Saturday, August 8, 2015

Black Pearl Permanent Hair Dye shampoo

For convenience, one could choose this Black Pearl Permanent Hair Dye Shampoo.  At least once in a month, I will have to do some "repair" work to cover up my grey hair.  It is annoying but I am grateful to have hair :D..Need not complain much because it is hereditary that I have grey hair from my grand mother.   

I have tried this Black Pearl Permanent Hair Dye shampoo before.  The dye does not last as permanent as it stated but I like it being convenient to use.

Friday, August 7, 2015

Papaya soap

With the recommendation from my SIL, I am trying out this Papaya Soap for my daily facial cleansing.  It is said to be able to lighten the sign of pigmentations on the face which is a good news to me.  My face has become sensitive and dry lately without obvious reason. Itch at times and feel like touching a piece of sand paper. 

This Papaya Soap is a product of the Philippines with very simple packaging.  I divided it into 4 smaller pieces for hygiene and economic reasons.  It cost more than RM20++ per piece.

This soap produces very rich lather, feeling clean after rinsing it off.  On the first used, I felt a pinchy feeling on my cheeks, it went away after I applied moisturizer on my face.  I am still trying this Papaya Soap, hopefully it will lighten the sign of aging on my face.

Tuesday, August 4, 2015

Rooibos Tea

We were introduced to Rooibos tea just last week.  I have seen Rooibos in cosway's catalogues many years ago. when my hub told me that he wanted to try this tea for health purpose, I quickly told him that he could buy it at Cosway.  I am not a Cosway's member but my colleague is, we bought a box of this new product Nn Green Rooibos tea.  20 sachets of 12g each in a box cost RM19+ for members.  

For its benefits, you could read about it here as well.  The taste of the Rooibos tea is just like the ordinary Chinese tea which is just nice.


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