Tuesday, 30 September 2014

NIVEA Body Intensive Moisture Serum

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Hi everyone!

Do you stay in an air-conditioned environment for long hours everyday?

In Singapore, practically everywhere is air-conditioned and it's always super cold even in like shopping centres or buses.

Thus, our skin tends to become very dry without us even knowing!

We may apply lotion and stuff when we are back at home but how many lotions can actually moisturise and repair damaged skin at the same time? 

Here's a new baby of NIVEA which can now help us solve this problem!

NIVEA Body Intensive Moisture Serum SPF 25 contains an impressive blend of 100X concentrated Vitamin E, Grape Seed Oil, Avocado Oil, hydra IQ technology and SPF 25. It effectively repairs the 10 signs of dry and damaged skin, supplies and prevents loss of moisture and protects skin against sun damage.

I personally fly like A LOT. So spending a lot of my time on the plane makes my skin extremely dry.

It's so dry that even now before Autumn, it's already getting itchy and even flaky for some areas.

I seriously do not wanna imagine how my skin would be like in another month's or two's time!

It's gonna be scary!

But with this new NIVEA Body Intensive Moisture Serum SPF25 I am well prepared for the Winter!

This serum is of extra-light serum texture which makes it super awesome for even the hot and humid weather here in Singapore!

It's absorbs really fast and does not leave your skin feeling sticky at all!

Not only does it moisturise your skin but also helps to repair 10 signs of dry & damaged skin within 24 hours!

This includes signs like:

  1. Flaky
  2. Itchy
  3. Uneven
  4. Scratched
  5. Rough
  6. Cracked
  7. Stressed
  8. Dull
  9. Peeling
  10. Tight

Now I strongly invite you to join  NIVEA Body Intensive Moisture Serum SPF25 Instagram contest to win attractive prizes!

Instagram contest details:

  • 2 X Grand Prize winners to be hand-picked by SampleStore Editors Holly Jean and myself based on the submission that is most creative in their opinion (e.g. the photo, caption etc).
  • Grand Prize winners each win shopping vouchers worth $200 and NIVEA hampers worth $100.
  • Instagram contest will commence from 25th August - 30th September. 
  • Winners to be announced on 1st October.
To redeem your FREE sample of NIVEA Body Intensive Moisture Serum on SampleStore.com
to receive a A5 brochure with a magnifying glass cut-out in order to participate in the Instagram contest.

Do remember to tag #NIVEAsg and #IntensiveMoistureSerum in your entry so that I am able to find your creative entries!

You can also get your 200ml bottle at $8.90 from all leading personal care stores and supermarkets, including Watsons, Guardian, Cold Storage, NTUC Fairprice outlets and major retailers!

I'm looking forward to see all your creative entries and everyone, stay pretty with awesome skin!

XOXO, Tsuriki

Saturday, 30 August 2014

Daily bits in Singapore

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Hi everyone!

Here's a short post before I fly off to Japan and Paris for the week.

In July, I finally managed to meet up with some of my friends from Primary and Secondary School!

Here's Kathy! My friend from Primary School.
Well, she has changed her name but I still call her Kathy alright.

I've known this girl since Primary One! Can't believe how time flies!

The guys I've known since Secondary One, Darren and Alvin!
Forever making me smile and laugh like hell.

Ignatius joined us after KTV session for dinner! And yea! My friend since Secondary Three!
It sure is awesome being with this group of friends again! I've been like 7-8 years since I last met Alvin.
Let's meet up more often!

Then a few days before my birthday in August, I finally had time to get my hair done!

Headed to Naoki Yoshihara by Ash at Liang Court to get a trim, roots touched up and treatment!

Had the bubble spa and moisturising treatment!

Just look at how healthy my hair look after treatment!

If you haven't realised, Naoki Yoshihara has been sponsoring all my hair services since the start of this year!
I really like the service and hospitality you can get at their salon!

Happy happy me!!!

The next day, I headed to Johor Bahru with my friends to play laser tag!

Shu Zhen, Jezemine, Himeko and I at City Square's Xu Liu Shan after 2 rounds of lase tag!
It's super super fun! You should totally go play with your friends, too!

But of course! The more people you go with, it will be more fun!

4 people is like the minimum if you wanna play team games.

After getting back from JB, Himeko went home to prepare for her dinner appointment.
The rest of us headed to Chinatown to meet Hui Ning for Korean Buffet Dinner! 

Am so so happy to meet up with my friends especially now that I'm hardly in Singapore, I treasure every time I meet my friends even more!

OK! That's all for this short post!

See you all in another week when I'm back!

XOXO, Tsuriki!

Thursday, 21 August 2014

Solo Korea Trip - Hunting Kpop Stars!

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Hihi everyone!
Sorry for not updating my blog the past 2 weeks. Well, I have been lazy and just enjoying my birthday week to the max the first week and the second week I was back busy with work.
Today, I'm gonna continue my travelogue for my Korea trip in April.
Ya. Like seriously. It's already August and I have not finished blogging about my 1 week trip in Korea that was 4 months ago!
So it was day 4 and it was the day I have all to my own.
I headed out in the morning to head to Market O Cafe!
Yes I believe many people should know Market O for their brownies which are like super awesome. For someone like me who don't really like chocolate stuff to say that it's awesome, it HAS to be FREAKING AWESOME! LOL~
So I left the hotel around 11am that morning and set off to the outlet in Gangnam!
If you wanna know how to get there, you can check out this link:
Ok. The directions are a little outdated. But in general when you're at Sinsa Station, find the bus that goes to Horim Art Center.
The bus number on the website is outdated and no it is definitely not just 3 stops away.
I can't remember what bus did I take exactly but you can just to the bus stop and check for the bus that goes to Horim Art Center 호림아트센터. It's stated only in Korean on the bus schedule board.
I still can't read Korean but I sure can identify the same character for sure, right?
Once you get on the bus, not to worry, unlike in Singapore where you may have to like take note and stare at the bus stop signage at every stop, in Korea, they will actually announce the current and next stop in Korean, followed by the current stop in English.
Once you alight from the bus, you can see Market O Cafe on your left, just a few metres away!

Their awesome yummy looking brunch menu!

Wednesday, 6 August 2014

ピカチュウ カフェ Pikachu Cafe!
Limited time only!

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Travelogue, Cafe Hunt

こんにちは!Hello everyone!

Once again! Here's a post about my life in Japan! 

Ok. I wanted to continue on my trip in Korea but! I thought that since the Pikachu cafe is for a limited time and will ends the end of this month, I shall blog on this first!

So yes! Like mentioned already, this post is gonna be on the Pikachu cafe!

The Pikachu cafe is for a limited time only at the Pokemon Exhibition at Roppongi Hills.

First! You have to get your tickets up the skyscaper for the Pokemon Exhibition.

I got the cheapest ticket which costs ¥1500, estimated around $18SGD.
This ticket includes entry to the Pokemon Exhibition and the Mori Art Museum.

After getting up onto the 52 floor, you will see Ash and Pikachu at the entrance to the Pokemon Exhibition!

And of course! I must take a selfie!

Saturday, 26 July 2014

鳥のいるカフェ Birds Cafe, Tokyo

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Travelogue, Cafe Hunt


Hi everyone! It sure has been a long time since I last blogged about stuff I do in Japan even though I spend most of my time in Japan, after Singapore. 

So early this month, my friend Ignatius went to Tokyo for vacation and we decided to meet up when I was in Tokyo, too! And we decided to go to the Birds Cafe near the hotel he was staying at in 木場 (Kiba).

It's actually very near the station. 

I'm sorry I forgot what's the nearest exit. ごめん~ (T^T)

Upon entering, you will see this shelf of accessories that are all birds related that you may purchase!

Not forgetting this huge and fierce looking owl near the entrance!

Artificial tree in the cosy cafe to give it a more "forest" feel.

More souvenirs and even toys for birds that you may purchase 

Unlike the Owl cafe that many people have been talking about recently, there are not only Owls in this cafe.

There's Parrots, too!

And yea! I got their Cheesecake Set which includes a cheesecake and drink for ¥1100 which is around $13SGD.


Note, this cafe does not serve proper food. 

If you're looking for a cafe that serves lunch/dinner, well, this is not the place alright.

The owls in the petting room that you can pay an extra of ¥500 per person to enter for 5 mins.

You may not only pet the birds but also take a photo with one bird of your choice!

No, they do not have polaroids. You'll have to take the photo with your camera or phone.

I wanted to take photo with the biggest owl in the petting area but I chickened out and decided to go with this baby owl instead.

Looking back, I don't have any photo of the only eagle in the petting area! Sharks~!

Oki! That's all for this short post on my short visit to the Birds Cafe in Kiba!

See you soon in my next post!

XOXO, Tsuriki.

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