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Review: Palmer's Skin Therapy Oil For Face

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Hi there!

I'm finally back from my recent ten days trip to Thailand, Bangkok!

Even though I love travelling a lot, it feels really good to be back home (especially so after last week).

As always, I've taken a ton of pictures and I'm looking forward to share them with you on my blog! But before I dive in to write about my trip, I like to share with you a new product that I recently discovered. It's also a product that I've been using constantly throughout my stay in Bangkok. Introducing to you Palmer's Skin Therapy Oil.

Palmer's Skin Therapy Oil is a multi-purpose skin perfecting dry oil meant to be use on face and neck.


Before moving in to the actual product, let me share with you a little history about Palmer’s brand.

Founded in America more than 170 years ago in 1840, Palmer's has become one of the world's leading names in skincare, a brand that women around the world have grown up with. Their unique heritage and commitment to quali…

#THANKYOULKY

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Woke up to one of the saddest news ever on social media.. The passing of our founding father, Mr. Lee Kuan Yew.

A remarkable man and the first prime minister of our country.

Thank you sir, for dedicating your whole life to build up our country. Turning it from a small fishing port to a successful business hub that is recognized worldwide. It's with your leadership, vision and contributions that bought us to where we're today.

This is something that every single one of us born in Singapore should be grateful for. Without you, Singapore can never be where she is today.

Today, we mourn the lost of the greatest man in Singapore history. The one who plays a significant role to shape our country to where she is today. With his guidance and perseverance, we managed to come this far. We managed to succeed even when others think it is impossible.

Singapore is just a tiny dot on the world map. But look at how far we have come and how much we have achieved.

We Singaporean always take th…

Walk With CASE

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Woke up before dawn on Sunday morning to attend a walkathon organized by CASE (Consumers Association of Singapore) in conjunction to the celebration of World Consumer Rights Day and SG50!


I actually get to know about the event through an email received at work. Asked the Boyfriend if he'll be interested and surprisingly he said yes, and there we were at F1 Pit Building at seven o'clock on Sunday morning.

Our initial plan was to travel there by train, but apparently it was extremely difficult to pull ourselves out from bed and we ended up taking a cab there instead.


First thing first.

Submitted our indemnity forms and each received a bottle of water and a coupon for the collection of goodie bag after the walk.


There were several food stalls, game stalls and exhibition booths set up and out of all of them, the only one that stood out to me was the stall selling muffins. Took a closer look and realized it was my favourite muffin from Old Airport Road.


We bought a total of four mu…

Chinese New Year 2015

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Here's a round up for my twenty-fifteen Chinese New Year celebration.

Didn't really did much this year apart from:

- Having two reunion dinners on the eve of CNY,
- Midnight trip to Chinatown,
- Visiting on the first three days of CNY,
- A quick visit to River Hongbao (春到河畔),
- Have three lou hei, and
- Two small gambling sessions


Sad to say this but late night shopping at Chinatown is getting more and more disappointing. (The crowd was significantly lesser as compared to the past and you can hardly hear any CNY songs playing in the background.)

Not only am I disappointed with the range of products they have, but also the closing time of the stalls. Back was the days whereby stalls only closes at 5 / 6am. In the recent years you can see that stalls are closing as early as 1 / 2am.

I went there with the intention to buy those Taiwanese jellies, but couldn't even find a single one.

I did, however, managed to snatch some Taiwanese seaweeds. They were initially sold at S$10 f…