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Thursday, December 12, 2013

Cozycot Fuku Pack

Paid SGD12 get product worth SGD240

Products show in pic which contain Jorubi Aloe Vera Gel, China Glaze Nail color, Best Seller DIY Gel Polish Starter Kit, Lolly Talk Candy, Soap paradise handmade soap, Adore Ultra slim pad and some vouchers.

Friday, July 26, 2013

Where should we go for honeymoon?

Thinking where to go after you wedding to release your tension after few months preparing your wedding? You probably will start doing some survey by asking Mr Google.... Top 10 Beaches... Top 10 Cities... Top 10 Cheaper Places to go... hehehheheh...

Common places couples go for holidays... Japan, Europe, Korea, Bali...?

Budget constraint most likely we only can go the places as below:-


If no Mr Money Approve the claim ,below will be me & my hb choice:-


For those that really have no idea where to go, here are some reference. You just need to answer some questions and the final of the quiz you will have a description what type of person you are and place suggested for you to go for honeymoon.

I am very sure I like Greece but I don't think I'm a Romantic Soul..

Happy Friday :)

Monday, April 8, 2013

Win a cordless vacuum cleaner here...

For those that desperate need a good vacuum cleaner but don't have enough budget to get one.

You can try your luck by just submit a slogan here.

Like this "The little white book" and submit the slogan here.

Best of Luck!!!

Friday, November 23, 2012

Contest & Giveaway that I have participate on November

1) Lucky Draw: Dare to Shine by Singapore Darlie

How to join?
> Fill in particular, randomly select one of the bubbles then you will know your prize

Where to join?

What did I get?
> SGD20 Capital Land Shopping Voucher

2) Giveaway: Martha Tilaar Body Mist Cucumber Melon

How to join?
> Be the first answer the question. (I did answer it correctly but I forgotten to put my FB id)

Where to join?

What did I get?
> A good lesson that always remember to put all the necessary information when participate giveaway/contest.

3) Lucky Draw: Herbaline for new member that joined within Sept - Oct

How to join?
> Register as their member and like their facebook page.

Where to join?

What did I get?
> Surprisingly I'm one of the lucky pig in the last batch of the draw.

4) Quiz: NARUKO newly-launched retro

How to join?
>  Answer some of the question that given in Facebook App

Where to join?

What did I get?
> Nothing :(

Friday, October 12, 2012

Konjac sponge, 蒟蒻潔膚綿

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

What is Konjac?

Konjac (English pronunciation: /ˈknjæk/ KOHN-yak; Amorphophallus konjac; syn. A. rivieri; Japanese: 蒟蒻/菎蒻; こんにゃく; konnyaku; Korean: 곤약; gonyak; Chinese: 蒟蒻; pinyin: jǔruò), also known as konjak, konjaku, konnyaku potato,[1] devil's tongue, voodoo lily, snake palm, or elephant yam (though this name is also used for A. paeoniifolius), is a plant of the genus Amorphophallus. It is native to warm subtropical to tropical eastern Asia, from Japan and China south to Indonesia.

Still you don't get what is explain above? See the picture below :)

Can you imagine a food/dessert/jelly become a sponge thing as below?

The benefit of Konja Sponge as below:-

- Safety: The sponge is 100% natural by fermenting the edible konjac fiber. No chemical additives added
- Gentle Massage and Exfoliation: Improve blood circulation and remove dead cuticles
- Deep cleansing: The very soft surface can remove the pore-clogging impurities
- Natural weak alkalinity: The konjac sponge has natural weak alkalinity so it can help to keep the weak alkalinity status of human body, and it can also clean your face and body even without any cleansing milk or shampoo
- No stimulation: The very gentle texture has no stimulation to any skin, so it's very suitable for sensitive skin and baby's skin
Will get one and try soon....!! :)

Thursday, September 6, 2012

Laundry room fun with Lina Teoh and the Samsung Eco Bubble

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Wednesday, March 28, 2012

Top 7 myths about drinking water - busted!

My mum always asked me to drink more water especially in the air-cond room... here are some myths that I read over from yahoo web...

In almost every culture in the world, water has been elevated to the status of miracle drug that can cure everything from dull skin to diabetes. This might, however, be pushing the truth. While water is absolutely essential for the body, its celebrated magic qualities need to be taken with a pinch of salt. Here’s a reality check on the most popular water myths.

Myth 1: Drinking water between meals is bad for digestion – This is one line that has been passed down from generation to generation. However, there is no scientific evidence to indicate that it will affect the digestive process. At the most, it will probably fill you up and reduce your appetite for dinner. But besides that, go ahead and enjoy a glass of water with every meal.

Myth 2: Drink 8 glasses a day for good health – Drinking 8 glasses of water a day is one of the most popular myths in circulation today, despite scientists saying that there is no clear correlation between good health and sipping on water all day. Doctors recommend drinking water only when you are thirsty!

Myth 3: Drink water, you can never have too much of a good thing! – Recent studies reveal that drinking too much water can in fact, be potentially harmful. Excessive water consumption is dangerous in that it can lower salt concentration in the body. Water intoxication, a life-threatening condition, occurs when there is dilution of blood sodium because the kidneys are over-worked, and unable to excrete the excess water as urine.

Myth 4: Water cleans out the body’s toxins – The toxins in our body are filtered out by the kidneys. And common myth says that drinking more water means clearing out the toxins. Wrong! In truth, drinking large amounts of water will actually reduce the kidneys’ ability to function as a filter

Myth 5: Drink water for healthy skin – It is widely believed that since our body’s composition is 60% water, drinking a lot of water will give you glowing skin. However, there is little evidence to support this idea. Healthy skin is a result of many things, including diet, weather, pollution and genetics.

Myth 6: Drinking water can aid weight loss – Water has been touted as the secret drug for all dieters. “Drink water and you’ll shed those pounds like magic.” This is hardly true; as we discussed, water will, at the most, fill up your stomach and reduce your food intake at mealtimes. But water is far from a miracle drug to lose weight.
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Myth 7: Drink as much water as you can during a workout – It is widely believed that a workout increases chances of dehydration, so common myth says you need to increase water intake during exercise. But dehydration sets in only when you lose 2 percent of body weight. Do the math, and it is unlikely a normal workout requires increased water intake. Instead, ensure you are well-hydrated throughout the day, without over-doing it.