Sunday, June 17, 2012

Kiehl's Event @ Socialhaus

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Started my day off with some Tau Hway!

And some love from Mommy to Bui Bui.

Head out to Socialhaus which is a cafe located in Chinatown (Yong Siak Street) for the Kiehl's event.

Since 1851 to Today: Kiehl’s is one of the first facial skincare companies to launch a 99.8% naturally-derived, paraben-free, water-free powerhouse concentrate of active botanicals and essential oils.



Meet the main characters of the day:
  • Midnight Recovery Concentrate [S$90 for 30ml]
    Specifically formulated to reinforce the skin during peak recovery – which occurs throughout the night between the hours of 12a.m to 4a.m. 
    A complex blend of naturally replenishing botanical oils including moisturizing Squalane and Evening Primrose (rich in Omega-3 fatty acids), and a blend of essential oils known for their therapeutic, balancing and antioxidant effects, work with the skin's natural nocturnal activity to instantly penetrate deep down and dramatically restore skin overnight.

  • Midnight Recovery Eye [S$75 for 15ml]
    Specifically formulated for the delicate under-eye area to achieve fresher, younger looking eyes by morning by diminishing puffiness and fine lines and wrinkles. 
    Kiehl’s chemists formulated Midnight Recovery Eye – paraben-free, fragrance-free, and mineral oil-free – with the active ingredient Butcher’s Broom, a root extract, known to increase microcirculation, which when combined with other tried and true powerhouse oils helps to reduce puffiness and strengthen the delicate eye area overnight.
    Butcher’s Broom (Ruscus aculeatus), used for centuries by old-world pharmacists, is high in bioflavonoids, and is said to improve cutaneous microcirculation and reduce inflammation.  It has been traditionally used to combat edema – a swelling of skin due to water retention caused by weak blood circulation - by strengthening blood vessels.  Midnight Recovery Eye utilizes these properties of Butcher’s Broom to soothe and calm under eye skin to reduce morning puffiness.

    Did you know?  Butcher’s Broom is native to the Mediterranean areas of Europe and Africa. It grows in areas of high altitude, in fields, forests, shrubberies and mountains.   The fruit of the plant is a red berry.


Meet the ladies.


A short presentation on the event.


Super creative for them to come out their own newsletter! At the first glance, I thought it was some ordinary newspaper. LOL


Finger food! The fries is sooooooooo good!

Speakers of the day.



As of right now, I'm currently using their cleanser, Midnight Recovery Eye, serum and the Midnight Recovery Concentrate every night!

Photos with Claire and Yutakis.


The activities began. Designing your own pillow!

Here's mine! :P


Next, getting to know more about teas.....



We got to pack 3 of them home! Have yet to drink them.


Lastly, the massage station! HOW SHIOK IS THAT!!!


Getting mine....

Eric was there too!

Peektures time!



Yutakis got super hyper when he saw my Casio camera. Kept on raving and of course, camwhoring with it!

Here, I present to you the King of camwhoring in the blogosphere - Yutakis.

Polariods! :D

Group photos!


Went to Bugis after the event and bumped into Alvin teacher! :D
I was like busy checking my phone when someone tapped my shoulder. xD

Drove down to Monso to do my hair after that.
Going black.



Cindy is super new, nice and friendly!



Tadaaaaa~ How can I not camwhore right!
Love this set of selcas. xD

Yup, that's about it!
Thanks for dropping by and hope the information I've shared helped you.
xoxo

8 comments:

  1. The black hair brings out your face. Nice :)

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  2. you look good in black hair(:

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  3. Hey sweet may I know the saloon that you went to dye your hair is at where? And how much? Cause I want to have my hair dyed black.. :)

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  4. Gallery hotel at where oh??
    Anw, you look like a living doll after you dye your hair.. The black colour is really rich and nice!! :D

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