Monday, 28 September 2009

Winner of International Follower Giveaway

Note: I used to put prices as a service for those who wanted to know, but I'm feeling this exposes my spendings abit too much, so I'm no longer going to put in prices. ^__^ Congratulations to amynaree! You're the winner of the International Follower Giveaway!! There were a total of 32 comments submitted for the International Follower Giveaway, but 1 comment was deleted by the the commenter, so that makes it a final count of 31. The winner was drawn using random number generator and the winning number is 4. Attached below is a copy of the comments as they were entered. Thank you all, once again for joining, your kind comments and also for supporting my blog!! :D I'll be taking some time to go visit all your blogs, if I'm not already following it! And look out for more fun and interesting things coming in October too! ^__^
  1. anna said... those are absolutely gorgeous!! i usually don't like green but that shade is amazing. haha. thanks for the giveaway and your amazing blog:) September 25, 2009 12:48 AM
  2. birkinbagbeauty said... wow, I love the new template and thank you for doing a giveaway that is open to the international fans of your blog as well.Ohh, something to say about myself. Mmm, I have a couple of pet-lizzards in my living room (boyfriend's pet)... September 25, 2009 12:56 AM
  3. Jamilla Camel said... Thanks for the international giveaway! You know that I'm addicted to Swarvoski ;-) September 25, 2009 1:06 AM
  4. amynaree said... what a cute giveaway :) I love all the pieces that you made especially the cell phone charm. I have an iphone too so now I really want one ^__* September 25, 2009 1:32 AM
  5. Hoa Dang said... I love your DIY stuff, especially those with crystal hearts. Something about myself: my toenails are always September 25, 2009 1:35 AM
  6. adin_22 said... hi!!!You really make gorgeous jewelries...I'm trying to make some charms using polymer clay but I suck at it big time...I just don't have crafting talent but I used to be good in craft...I just don't know what's happening to me right now......and wow....another giveaway...I'm in....hehe.... September 25, 2009 1:39 AM
  7. Babybubblz said... gorgeous jewelry, very simple and elegant! hmm something about me, i'm trying to go to the gym 3x a week for turbo kick boxing. it's very high energy, but motivation to go can be hard... September 25, 2009 2:09 AM
  8. indramcryan said... Hi!I'm a new follower.Gorgeous giveaway!...something about myself....I'm crazy about dark chocolate!=))x September 25, 2009 2:48 AM
  9. cleung341 said... Your pieces are lovely. I live in the US and am a full time student who is studying to become a radiologic technologist. Thanks for the give away. September 25, 2009 2:54 AM
  10. Shopn'Chomp said... Thank you so much for doing this! Your jewelry making skills are amazing. :)About me: The hubs and I went to Singapore for the first time last year and had the best crab dish we had ever tasted: CHILI CRAB!!!! Oh I am just drooling now thinking about this dish. Hope to be able to go back soon! September 25, 2009 5:09 AM
  11. LT said... You're very talented! Love those pieces.Little about me? I'm just a mom to 2 and loving it. September 25, 2009 7:46 AM
  12. K said... Wow, so pretty!!!Something about myself? I'm a big fan of fountain pens! They are so much easier to write with than regular pens in my opinion! September 25, 2009 7:55 AM
  13. SS said... Wow, all your work look great and very pretty. I have just started my handmade Swarvoski collection. If I win, yours would be my second piece. =)Something else about myself, we have met before. This is jackieatbtu. lol.Cheers and have a great F1 weekend. September 25, 2009 7:59 AM
  14. izumi said... verrryyy pretty :) i forgot to comment that your storefront you set up on facebook was really nice, though it IS adding on another app~ interesting feature though, i didn't know that existed xD September 25, 2009 8:17 AM
  15. Sherry said... ID sherrygosherrygo at hotmail dot comabout me :) I am handling over 20 blogs by myself. :) now I am making beading jewelry :) hehe. September 25, 2009 8:26 AM
  16. Beauty Snap said... Hey Aichaku! I love your new layout, it's very cute :)Thank you for doing an international giveaway, I always look forward to your posts when they come out. About myself... this is a strange fact but regarding attraction towards males, for physical attributes I like the back the most! LOL Couldn't think of anything else that is interesting... Anyway good luck with your new jewelry creations! September 25, 2009 8:35 AM
  17. sizbelle said... aichaku, you gals really make jewellery making looks so easy but too bad i'm not even 1% creative & talented to do it... September 25, 2009 10:08 AM
  18. Dina (XYYan) said... I love your jewelries!I always want to learn how to make jewelries but just too lazy to do it right away, hopefully one day i will do so.. hehe.. (i love crystals too!)Thanks for this amazing giveaway! September 25, 2009 10:15 AM
  19. Minoueel said... 2 thumbs up* gorgeous handiwork u have there. :) September 25, 2009 11:11 AM
  20. pinky"the-middle-name-is-princess"beanie said... I love love love your bag/handphone charms and necklaces :) Can I also get you to make a lanyard/necklace and bag charm for me? Email you on prices and stuff :) September 25, 2009 11:57 AM
  21. Stacieee said... oOoO your stuff is so cute! I just started getting into jewelry making too, its kind of addicting =) lol Anyways heres my entry to your wonderful giveaway~Something about myself, always trying to gain some September 25, 2009 12:18 PM Comment deleted This post has been removed by the author. September 25, 2009 12:22 PM
  22. stellarvixen said... you are soo gifted!thanks for holding a giveaway!a little secret bout me i'm a gamer freak- ps2, wii & pc game playing batman arkham asylumohh i especially like your hauls on the Japanese makeupswanna win your crystal~~ September 25, 2009 3:40 PM
  23. sara* said... Those are very pretty =)Thanks for the giveaway~!about me: I love Hello Kitty..alot September 25, 2009 7:51 PM
  24. wndxox said... love your jewellery pieces!some thing about myself - i'm going to a britney spears concert in nov. just had to share that, cos i'm really excited! :) September 25, 2009 8:14 PM
  25. mint said... thanks for the giveaway! i love earrings, i can never get enough of them x3 September 25, 2009 11:13 PM
  26. Lumy said... Hi~ I love everything you made :D so cute!Something about me... I've just entered University, I'm studying Biotechnology and I'm quite stressed right now! haha September 26, 2009 12:06 AM
  27. Eve said... the jewelry are beautiful. cute. well I will let you know stuff about myself. My name is eve, I am addicted to beauty products. No really I am. I buy something almost everyday, and I really need to stop because most of them are in boxes in my basement. and I love to make things like pillows and quilts. September 26, 2009 7:37 AM
  28. astrorainfall said... WOW - what a generous giveaway for your readers! Please count me in. :)Some of your creations look v sweet and pretty... September 26, 2009 3:36 PM
  29. Eva said... hi thanks!!! for the givawayi am a beauty addict too!! thats one thing aboutme check out my blog if you have time September 26, 2009 11:48 PM
  30. mayaari said... you've made some really gorgeous pieces of jewelry :) I'm a fellow jeweler as well, and something about me is that I really love fall/winter because I love wearing knee-high socks, haha September 27, 2009 10:22 AM
  31. shythi said... it's a great giveaway.. really wish I'm be luck enough to own some amazing gems. Well I'm a beauty addict who loves her BB cream and mineral makeup. I love online shopping too...who doesn't right esp if you are from Asia where everything is way more expensive... you know what i mean.. September 27, 2009 7:34 PM
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Saturday, 26 September 2009

Shopping: Myeong Dong & Loreal Beauty Sale

Note: I used to put prices as a service for those who wanted to know, but I'm feeling this exposes my spendings abit too much, so I'm no longer going to put in prices. ^__^ Thank you to everyone who joined the International Follower Giveaway! If you haven't joined, there's still time to do so. :D Some of you were asking if there's a good whitening mask in the same price range as My Beauty Diary and I did some searching around but couldn't find any! It's because My Beauty Diary masks are really very cheap. In fact, I read on some blogs and forums that Guardian Pharmacy's promo price of less than $5 per box of 2 masks, is to quote, "sooooooo expensive!!!!!!!!!". I guess for that price point, it's probably too much to expect great whitening effects. For me, I find it's a so-so product because it didn't smell great and I didn't find it moisturised my skin that well either (it stung), so I thought the price wasn't something I'd be willing to pay, even if it's considered "cheap". I could get better moisturising masks at a slightly higher price (perhaps $1/2 more) and I'd be willing to pay that difference. Anyway, my favourite whitening masks are from Kanebo and Silk Whitia. And as for pearl type masks, Silk Whitia's Pearl Finest Powder Pores Refining Mask is also my favourite. In terms of moisturisation, my favourite will be Watson's Bird Nest Essence Mask. I have another favourite, which I will review soon, it is Beauty Talk Q10 Mask. It seems I caught the bug and became very industrious about creating new looks and trying out new tools for my "websites"! I spent almost the whole day today at trying to create a blogshop at Simply, Aichaku! I got feedback that the "storefront" on Facebook requires one to log in before one can view it. I thought that's not good, because not everyone is on Facebook, so I tried my hand at making a "storefront" on blogger. So far, it's only got 1 product on there for now, because it really takes alot of time to create the "storefront"! OMG. I truly take my hat off to those who are managing their thriving online stores and creating stuff all by themselves! Meanwhile, I also unified the look of my makeup and skincare sale blog Beautification Stuff and added stuff there. I'll be adding more soon. I'm trying out the paypal button to ease your shopping. I hope it works out well for those who decide to make a purchase. Let me know if you encounter any problems. Omg, I must tell you that I saw a short vid on youtube the other day and suddenly I miss shopping in Myeong-dong sooooo much!!! Is it nuts to keep going back to the same countries? I love shopping in Tokyo, Taipei and Seoul but I should start heading toward Europe soon! Take a look at the clip. The guy who made this video seems to be pronouncing "Myeong-dong" in a weird way, but nevermind, thanks to him, we have a brief view of the Myeong-dong experience. I haven't been shopping much lately, hence the lack of haul posts. Anyway, I was feeling bored on Tuesday evening earlier this week, so decided to head to Raffles City for the Loreal Beauty Sale (it's like a periodic warehouse sale). I couldn't get to the Loreal Private sale that has the high-end stuff. It took place a the week before. Someone was trying to sell me tickets which she probably got for free, but I had a bad taste in my mouth and decided not to buy them. So, I headed to the general Loreal sale instead. This is my haul. I restrained myself as I still have a tonne of stuff to use! :D I break my "rule" about putting up prices because I really find these prics so cheap! I must share the good news! SG$15 for 2 Pure Zone moisturisers (made in 2009). So cheap! I'm going to try this on my t-zone and see how it works on my open pores. SG$40 for 3 boxes with 5 masks in each box (also made in 2009). I used one on Tuesday night itself. It turned out to be quite good as a moisturising mask, though I felt slight stinging in the beginning (I blame it on my PMS-dry skin) but after awhile there wasn't anymore stinging. Well worth the price I paid otherwise. Eyeliner at SG$10 each (brown and black). I tried out the black this morning. Turned out very nice and dark! No smudging too. Great and cheap. I read it smudges on some people, but it doesn't smudge for me. Maybe it's because I use a eyelid primer (Too Faced).
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Thursday, 24 September 2009

International Follower Giveaway: Comments Closed (27 Sep, 10pm)

Note: I used to put prices as a service for those who wanted to know, but I'm feeling this exposes my spendings abit too much, so I'm no longer going to put in prices. ^__^
I fiddled fiddled fiddled with the blog colour theme and finally I think I've got it right. Thanks to all the tips and advice I got from readers and friends. I made a new banner photo too. I think I'm pretty satisfied with this simple, sweet new layout for now. :D
Meanwhile, here are some of the jewellery I've been making.
This is not everything. So, you can imagine what a busy bee I've been. :D
I've definitely made alot more since these photos were taken, I'm prolific! Since I only have a limited number of bags and phones to hang my charms and only one pair of ears for earrings, I can't possibly use everything I made, so I'm doing a small give-away.
I wanted to thank everyone who has been following my blog. So, this giveaway is for my followers. I really appreciate your support! :D
  1. Open to all followers both international and local.
  2. Just put a comment, any comment in this blog entry and let me know something about yourself. Remember to sign in with your blogger ID so I can go read your blog too. :D
  3. One winner will be drawn using the random number generator.
  4. Entries will close on 27 Sep 09, Sunday, 10pm Singapore time and the winner will be announced on 28 Sep 09, Monday, 10pm Singapore time.
This is what the winner will receive,
  1. a brand-new never-been-used made by Aichaku handphone charm and
  2. a sterling silver and swarovski crystal heart earring,
  3. together with some surprise skincare and makeup samples and items which I'm still putting together.
I hope you like what I've prepared for you, and have a great rest of the week!! The weekend is coming! Woot!!
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Monday, 21 September 2009

Review: Loreal Perfect Slim Laser

Note: I used to put prices as a service for those who wanted to know, but I'm feeling this exposes my spendings abit too much, so I'm no longer going to put in prices. ^__^ It's a holiday in Singapore today and I took some time to redo my blog layout. How do you like the new look? Please let me know if there are any further improvements that can be made. :D I unified the blog appearance with my twitter by using the same background too. Keke. I'll post some photos of my recent jewellery and trinkets "designs" soon, but meanwhile, I set up a storefront on Facebook called "Simply, Aichaku!". Do let me know if it's easy to view and navigate? I'm still undecided if I want to enter the foray of selling handmade jewellery in large quantities, but if anyone is keen on anything you see, please let me know, as I don't mind making custom extras for a token sum for my efforts. Despite my disastrous encounter with the Loreal Perfect Slim Patch, I decided to give the Loreal Perfect Slim Laser a try because it was on a 20%+20% discount. Glad to say there are some good results to report this time. Let me qualify first that I don't expect these slimming creams to help me drop dress sizes. To get that I know that I'd need to have a healthy diet and exercise. And ofcourse I realise I won't be getting narrow hips like Kate Moss or long thin legs like Gisele Bunchen, as that would depend on the luck of genetics and I didn't strike the lottery on that count. What I'm looking for is nicer, smoother skin, that minimises the appearance of lumpy cellulite. Have you seen older women who are fit and trim but have wrinkled body skin? Despite their svelte bodies, unfortunately, they don't look so good because their arms and legs are lumpy or crinkled in appearance? I'm hoping to avoid that by using body creams like the Loreal Perfect Slim Laser. This cream promises to reduce your inches and resculpt your thighs, hips and buttocks within 14 days, with the use of Alpha-caffeine which can effectively and accurately reduce the appearance of cellulite. After 14 days of use, I must say that this cream did help to smoothen the skin on my tummy, buttocks and thighs. The first day after I used it, I could immediately feel my skin was much smoother. This cream comes in a tube of 125ml and lasted me well beyond 2 weeks. I confess I put on some weight, about 3-4 kg, these couple of months, after moving to a new department in the office. However, I did not feel any tightening in my jeans or pants! I believe it must be the use of the cream that helped to keep my lower body from expanding with my weight. I will be trying other creams after this tube finishes, but I have a feeling I might repurchase this in the future. © Copyright. All rights reserved.

Sunday, 20 September 2009

Review: My Beauty Diary Black Pearl Mask

Note: I used to put prices as a service for those who wanted to know, but I'm feeling this exposes my spendings abit too much, so I'm no longer going to put in prices. ^__^

Selamat Hari Raya to all my Muslim friends and readers! Yeah! It's a long weekend and there's a holiday tomorrow. Woot, no work!! Hahaha, so I have some time to dedicate to blogging. :D

I spotted My Beauty Diary masks at Guardian Pharmacy in Harbour Front during one of my lunchtime forays. In my previous micro-blogging test post, I mentioned they were selling at the new-product-promo-price of less than $5 per pack of 2 masks. There were 3 types on sale: Aloe Vera, Black Pearl and Bulgarian White Rose. I bought Black Pearl and Bulgarian White Rose as they claim to have whitening properties.

Because my Chinese isn't all that great, I'm not sure if this is the same My Beauty Diary brand that everyone in the blogsphere is raving about. However, I found the mask very disappointing after all the raves that I read online. It might be a case of being let down by overly high expectations.

I tried the Black Pearl mask immediately, the day I bought it. It has a very strong fragrance which I didn't find appealing, but fortunately it dissipated after a while. Good thing also that the fragrance didn't cause any extreme allergic reaction for me, but there was a slight stinging sensation on the extremely dry parts of my cheeks and corners of my mouth. I tend to get very dry on these areas especially during PMS. Hopefully, when these areas are not too dry, I won't get this sort of stinging sensation when I use the 2nd piece of mask that I have.

The mask sheet is thin and light, so it doesn't create a heavy feeling when it is applied. It is also generously soaked with serum that is sufficiently moisturising, but I find it doesn't really brighten or whiten my skin. Personally, for a pearl mask, I was expecting a smoother, clearer look to my skin like I get when I use the Silk Whitia Pearl Finest Powder Pores Refining mask.

Here's the ingredients list from the back of the pack, for those of you who are able to real Chinese. Overall, this isn't likely to be a mask that I'd haul more of. While it's cheap, I find its performance quite disappointing in comparison to other equally priced masks. I have not tried the Bulgarian White Rose mask yet, but I hope it will be better than the Black Pearl mask. By the way, thank you all for your interest in my jewellery/trinket-making efforts. I'll put in some effort to take photos and post them up for your viewing this week. :D © Copyright. All rights reserved.

Monday, 14 September 2009

Let's try micro-blogging

Just a quick shout out to everyone with a test blog post from my iPhone: I chanced upon My Beauty Diary masks on offer at Guardian Pharmacy for less than SG$5 per pack of 2 mask sheets. Restrained myself & only got 2 to try. Used one tonight. Not quite good, though the scent is strong on first application. Might not go back to haul a few more! Sent from my iPhone

Sunday, 13 September 2009

Review: Green Bean Cleansing Powder

Note: I used to put prices as a service for those who wanted to know, but I'm feeling this exposes my spendings abit too much, so I'm no longer going to put in prices. ^__^ I purchased a box of this Green Bean Cleansing Powder from an atrium sale at West Coast Plaza. It was very cheap, costing less than SG$10 per box of 20 satchets.

I was willing to try it because the ingredients list is very small - it contains only 3 ingredients: Green bean, Job's tear and wheat germ.

Although there are Japanese words on the packaging, it's actually a made-in-Taiwan product, from a company called Shine-ball Biotechnology Co. Ltd. (Funny name huh? I couldn't help giggling when I typed this.)

According to the usage instructions, one could either use it as a face wash/scrub or as a mask.

The contents are in powder form, so you add either water (for the wash/scrub) or some egg white (for the mask) to 1 packet of powder to form a paste. I used it last week, and found that I didn't need a whole packet. Half a packet is more than enough to form a paste to cover the entire face. And since I think egg white is quite drying, I used water to make a mask.
I mixed half the contents with water and smeared the paste over my face to make a mask, but found that the paste dried up and tightened my skin very fast, so I couldn't leave it on for more than 5 minutes. After that, I moistened it and then used the granules to scrub my face before washing everything off.
The product left my skin soft and clear (like it has whitening properties?) but a bit on the dry side. My skin was a bit squeaky and tight after use. I believe it removed some of my black heads on the nose. I think it'll be perfect for people with oily skin. For subsequent usage I intend to mix in some milk/soya milk for a more moisturising mask.
For something that costs so little, I feel it really works very well. The only problem is, I don't think I can find it again. The atrium sale was organised by Cold Storage but I think the company that was selling the products there was a distributer or agent, called Jia Sen Enterprise. I think the product is not found on the shelves in Cold Storage.
I have so many things to review and share with you, but I'm find myself so short of time! Especially since I'm so busy making jewellery and have progressed to making handphone and bag charms. It's so addictive! I made soo many and am now too lazy to photograph them. Would you be interested to see what I did?
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Sunday, 6 September 2009

More "Simply, Aichaku!"

Note: I used to put prices as a service for those who wanted to know, but I'm feeling this exposes my spendings abit too much, so I'm no longer going to put in prices. ^__^ AhhH!! The winners for the Cetaphil give-away have been announced. Don't forget to contact me with your addresses. :D Thank you everyone for your kind comments and for appreciating my jewellery-making attempts. :D I'm so addicted to the blingbling and seem to need more and more colours and patterns. Some of you have suggested I give names to the jewellery and also to open a "boutique"? Seriously? Wow, I wouldn't mind spending time making these if you'd like to have them. It's so fun. :D Let me know if you want some, price-point wouldn't be far different from what's online, as I don't really know how to price them! LOL. Haha, anyway, I've been happily busy busy, spending time making more jewellery. So, I've started giving them names, with the signature, Simply, because I don't have much imagination. Haha.

Here's Simply, Love!, and Simply Adore! with swarovski hearts and pure silver findings. I found some silver earring hooks with cubic zirconia accent that provides more bling to the Simply, Adore! design. :D

011copy Simply, Be-ribboned!, has swarovski crystals, rhodium and cubic zirconia bow charms, and pure silver findings. I adore bows and anything symetrical that looks bow-like, such as hearts, as you can probably already tell. 003copy

Simply, Be-ribboned Again! is a variation with longer pure silver earring hooks, swarovski crystals, rhodium bow charms and other pure silver findings.


Simply, Pearled! are my personal favourites. They are made with fresh water pearls (in pink and beige) for a beautiful sheen and organic feel, with dainty rhodium ribbon charms, and pure silver ear-hooks with textured pearl shape and findings.

I bought a few other types of pearls and can't wait to make more of these with the other pearls! *so happy!*

007copy Next, Simply, Bloom. (Ah, yes, I'm so repetitious, sorry lol!! I can't think of more adventurous names, LOL!) I found these textured closed rings that make me think they give the earrings a slighty edgy feel. Don't you think they do add something extra to an otherwise simple "design"? :D 002copy

OK and finally, these are called Simply, Bling which has swarovski crystals, fresh water pearls, rhodium charms and pure silver findings. I was trying out these earring hoops I found and butterfly charms. So fun mixing and matching this and that! :D


Meanwhile, I tried looking for affordable pure silver chains in Singapore that are plain and long enough but they don't seem available, so I'm going to order some online. While I'm at it, if anyone would like to join in a spree with me? Let me know? I'm off to make more stuff. Very addictive indeed. And so many ideas! Till later babes! Hugs and have a great rest of the weekend! :D © Copyright. All rights reserved.

Cetaphil Sponsored Give-away Winners

Note: I used to put prices as a service for those who wanted to know, but I'm feeling this exposes my spendings abit too much, so I'm no longer going to put in prices. ^__^ I'm pleased to announce the 5 lucky winners to the Cetaphil Give-away. There were 16 comments in the Cetaphil blog entry and the numbers generated by the Random Integer Generator from "Random.Org" were: Attached below is a copy of the comments as they were entered. Congratulations to Precious Moments, Wai Yoke, adin_22, Tine, and YN. As the give-away was open only to Singapore readers, I assume you will have a Singapore address for me to send the items. :D Please email me your address! :D Thank you to everyone for taking part! More interesting and fun things coming up soon. Do look out for them.
  1. izumi said... i absolutely love using cetaphil.. my derm recommended it to me since MANY things are wrong with my face and apparently my other cleansers weren't gentle enough. it's kind of weird that it doesn't foam up on my face but i've gotten used to it and use it daily xD i'd love to win but seeing as i already have it.. good luck to the other hopefuls! August 30, 2009 1:26 PM
  2. adin_22 said... I'm a follower....I would like to win because me and hubby have been using cetaphil for a long time now!!!!and we love it...Thanks...;) August 30, 2009 2:36 PM
  3. joyce_crystal said... i am new to cetaphil. in fact i have never heard of this until now that i have read your blog. i do have a rather dry and sensitive skin esp on my chin area..i would love to win so that i can try out and hopefully work for me :) August 30, 2009 5:26 PM
  4. ning * star said... I'm new to cetaphil, but I want to get it for my bf to try. His skin is sensitive and dry, sometimes he will have severe rashes on cheek, I hope I can find some products which is suit to his skin type.thank for holding this giveaway! August 31, 2009 12:31 AM
  5. jenna said... I have only used the gentle cleanser, but I love it! I'd love to try more! Thanks! August 31, 2009 3:24 AM
  6. Hikaru said... Hello~!!!I love to read your blog even I'm not a person who ussually comment on any web. I'll love to try cetaphil 'cause I've an extremely sensitive skin (dermatitis~! T^T) and I don't find a really good routine for skincareKeep the good job that you made with this blog~! ^-^ Bye bye~!! August 31, 2009 3:33 AM
  7. Tine said... Cetaphil's great as a morning facial cleanser, where there's nothing dirty to remove from the skin, but you'd still want to cleanse it (especially for me, as I have oily skin, and want to remove that oily film formed on the corners of my nose when I'm sleeping). August 31, 2009 6:38 AM
  8. Precious Moments said... Hi,I would like to try this product as I am facing dry and aging skin problem.Thanks You:) August 31, 2009 9:36 AM
  9. Karelessly in Love said... I have always heard and read how good cetaphil is but never really had the chance to try it. Always swayed by others. I still want to try Cetaphil eventually. August 31, 2009 10:22 AM
  10. sizbelle said... hi Aichaku, Wow that a nice giveaway, just in time, as i really needs a new cleanser for my combination skin, i;m not sure if its becoz of the weather or wat, my skin tends to be oily on T-zone and really dry on the frame like chin and side of my face. They are dry till the extend that i can notice some flaky which is really bad.Now i'm using my hubby's Eucerin Derma cleanser which cure my acne but it seems too dry for the other portion of my face.And cetaphil are really generous in offering like 5 sets haha... August 31, 2009 11:18 AM
  11. Judy said... I heart Cetaphil. I simply love Cetaphil Gentle Cleaner. Both my daughters are using it to cleanse their face even at their young age of 6 and 7. Cetaphil is so gentle that you can use it on baby skin. August 31, 2009 2:46 PM
  12. Iris said... Hi,I have dry skin that tends to be itchy and get irritated easily. Would love to try this drugstore brand to see it would help to alleviate my skin conditiion.Tks. August 31, 2009 3:30 PM
  13. rhaindropz said... i haven't tried this product before =( i followed you in facebook and here at blogspot (168th follower)i checked out their site ( and reviewed their product..i would love to win so that i can try out and hopefully work for me :)(i knew im not entitled to join im not residing in Singapore - but still im gonna spread the word at my page)love lots,rhain September 2, 2009 12:27 PM
  14. sparklemidori said... I really want to try this product because I have always heard good things about it.Come check out blog September 2, 2009 10:28 PM
  15. YN said... I've not tried cetaphil before but have heard many good raves about this. Recently I read about this being a pretty good makeup remover.My skin is dry (recently :( ) and dehydrated, hope to win and try this cleanser :) September 3, 2009 12:09 PM
  16. Wai Yoke said... I had sensitive skin but has yet to find a suitable product. I would love to give Cetaphil a try. September 3, 2009 3:27 PM
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Wednesday, 2 September 2009

"Simply, Aichaku!" Jewellery

Note: I used to put prices as a service for those who wanted to know, but I'm feeling this exposes my spendings abit too much, so I'm no longer going to put in prices. ^__^
Inspired by all the clever artsy blogger girls, I sought out some jewellery parts and developed my own "line of jewellery", called "Simply, Aichaku!"
Made from genuine swarovski crystals (to meet my unending need for blingbling) and pure silver parts (to cater to my sensitive skin).
And because I had extra crystals, I even did a matchy-matchy necklace thing that everyone is doing lol!
Not bad, huh, If I may say so myself? *pretty chuffed*
Just kidding about the "jewellery line" part.
But seriously, I'm in the midst of seeking out more parts to make more "designs". :D Someone I spoke to was right, it's pretty addictive! Hehehe.
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