Best cream for cracked heels & dry feet!

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Everyone will have this problem. Especially if you are always walking around with heels, damp shoe and such. As you get older, your feet will get rougher. You need an earlier prevention to make sure that you wont have a hard time later to remove them! I found out this cream specially formulated for hands and feet. It is the Footlink Moisturizing Cream. It has a non-greasy and non–irritating formula. It claims to be a lightweight hydration that replenish sensitive skin. It is fast acting and light weight.
It is formulated with Cocoa Butter (to help moisturize), Aloe Vera (to help soothes) & Vitamin E (to help repair). It does not have any fragrance or scent to it, pretty basic and straight forward. It is a luxurious cream with affordable price tag for your everyday use!
Did you know that this cream are HALAL certified, not tested on animals & of course, vegan! It free from coloring, fragrance, lanolin, mineral oil, paraben, SD-Alcohol, SLS & harsh detergents.
It is best to apply this after shower, this is when your skin absorb product better because it is damp. I like to apply after I have took my shower, wear my outfit/pajamas and straight to the computer. When I am sitting, I also like to reapply it through out the day. You know, sometimes when the internet is buffering, I'll reach this cream and gently massage my feet. Haha. Multi-tasker.
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This is how my feet looks like! I'm focusing on the major dry part of my feet. As I get older, my feet tends to get rough and dry. Especially on these two parts. As you can see the skin even starts to peel off and it felt very rough. I start applying the cream and focus on these area and I give some extra massage with the Footlink cream on these area.
On the 5th day of using this cream, it kinda already start to heal the dry area. I can still see the peeled skin on the bottom part of my toe but it is better than what it looks like on the 1st day. the bottom part of my feet are still dry and fine lines can be seen.

On the 12th day my dry area are fully healed. The cracked part are visibly gone and I am pretty happy with the result! The roughness around the bottom part of my feet can still be seen but when touched it is softer. Other than that did you know that it can also be use for the entire body, not just for the hands and feet. If you are interested, do check out below links! It retails for RM25.00 each.
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with minimum of 3 items (socks or creams) in your cart & total minimum of RM75
The code is : sabrinat
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Best Baby Online Store you need to check out!

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Hello mommies! As a mom and I could say, most of the time when we are pregnant & in our confinement days, we barely can walk and go out for some shopping activities. What I like to browse is learn new things about baby stuff. To my surprise, there are so many things that I did even know it exist! There are many webstore selling baby stuff but my favorite and recommendations to you is . They have amazing choices of products and of course, you would not need to pay the standard price as they always have deals. They always have promotions that you can check out daily. Such as one of the crazy deals, the Huggies combo pack.

For me the prices are a great deal compare to the shops I went. For example, that cute sea horse plushies, I saw it was RM80+, they are only RM50+ at!
They also will have warehouse sale that was held last January. Crazy right!

Last October 2016, as low as RM4 deals had in their previous Baby warehouse sale in Jayaone and up 70% off too. For lovely mothers, you get the privilege! Any Dr. Brown lover here? They will also have Dr. Brown Online Warehouse Sale! Link here: 

For this month they also having a sale up to 58% off. Check out this month deal:

If you sign up at you will get a RM15 off promo code for your first purchase.
Then shop up to RM100, you will get FREESHIPPING!
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How to do your research online before purchasing anything in Malaysia

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Ever felt that you want to buy something but researching for the right product to suit your own criteria seems to be a huge hassle? Espeicially when the product might not be available here in Malaysia? It happened to me and still does. For example, what is the best skin care product for sensitive skin? Or what is the best eyeliner for oily lids? Most of the products that are recommended online are not available here. Anddd the list goes on.

So here is my case, I was looking for a deep fryer. Since I heard a lot about how it is way healthier and you do not need a single oil. The question that arises on my mind is, what is the type of air fryers available? What are the prices? How are they difference? And lastly, can I buy it here in Malaysia? So I did a google search to help with my findings and I found a site that seems to solve my issue on the spot! 
Is a post written on ProductsHideout, never heard of them but they seem to know the pain we all are facing! So after I saw their post on the best air fryer in Malaysia, a 10 minutes research has shorten down to just 3 minutes and the best part is they recommended the best place to buy online for the cheapest price! 

I am curious to know more on what they do so I contacted the owner of this site and this is what he told me on email

Hi Sabrina!

Thank you for contacting us! I am glad that we could solve your issue, this is personally the same problem I had myself too. So I decided to do this to help people to make better decision in their purchasing in Malaysia. Let the research to be done by us and all you need to do is trust our research and make your purchase decision on it. We did not want to make too lengthy content too, but straight to the point. Three main points such as what makes this product different, the price and where you can get it.

I hope we can continue serve to our readers, and your email has just encouraged us to do more!

Thank you!


It is always an honour to write about local writters and how they take this initiative to help to make Malaysia a better place. Since then, I will always check their site up for latest update. Their recommendation on beauty products is amazing too. Do check their site up guys!
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Moving To New Condominium With These Tips

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Moving to a new condominium can be a very exciting experience. It provides you with a fresh start and a chance to decorate your space in a way that shows your personality. After all, you have spent a fortune getting your hands on a new condo launch. However, the process of moving can be rather stressful. Organizing, packing and gathering your supplies can seem like an up hill battle, but with good planning, moving into a new condominium can be less stressful and more fun. In this article, we are going to give you some tips that will help alleviate the stress, and make your move go as smoothly as possible;

1. Start Planning Early
As soon as you decide that you're going to move to a new condominium, you need to start the planning process. If you wait for the last minute to plan your move, you may have many last minute errands which can lead to mistakes. As you're planning your move, you should consider making a detailed checklist of every single task you need to do, and leave enough time to gather your supplies. You should also plan how you are going to move your possessions, and in what order. Consider moving in the larger things 1st and save the smaller and miscellaneous objects for last. Remember to let the new property manager know when you are moving in.

2. Arrange For Help Ahead of Time
Whether you want to hire professional movers, or you intend to ask your family and friends for help, you should make all of your arrangements ahead of time, especially if you are moving at a busy time of year. You will need help with the large items which cannot be moved by 1 person. Having an extra pair of hands also makes things run much faster and more smoothly. The last thing you want before your moving day, is to run around trying to find someone to assist you.

3. Donate or Sell Items You Don't Need
Moving is the best time to see everything you own together in one area. You might be surprised by just how many things you've got that you never really use. You should go through all of your things, find out what you don't need, and then sell or donate those items. If you're planning to sell the items you don't need, you should consider hosting a garage sale a couple of weeks before you moving day. This will make your packing process much easier, since there will be less boxes to haul back and forth. Moreover, you will get some extra cash.

4. Take Thorough Pictures of Both Places
When you are moving to a new condominium, you should take pictures of your previous residence after you have moved your belongings out to help get your deposit back. You should also take pictures of your new condominium prior to moving in so that you can have proof of any damages present, even if it's a tiny stain on the floor/carpet, or a damaged blind. You do not want to be held responsible for it when time comes for you to move out.

5. Pack Early
Make sure you pack in advance. Do not wait until the day you're moving into your new condominium to starting packing. You should start packing a few of weeks in advance. If you usually work all day, consider making a packing schedule in advance; you can pack for at least 30 minutes to an hour every day til your moving day. Packing little by little will be far less stressful than you trying to handle all the work in a single day. Start by packing items you are not currently using and the things you won’t need during or before the move.

6. Use the Right Moving Supplies
Do not dump your clothes and other belongings in your vehicle's trunk and hope they''ll be safe. You should avoid breakages by utilizing the appropriate moving supplies like boxes, cling wraps, bubble wraps, packing tape, among such others. You can even go on social media and find moving supplies from someone who moved recently. 

7. Label and Properly Organize Your Boxes
After carefully packing your items, you need to clearly label them. Consider labeling the boxes with the particular room they came from, such as the bathroom or the kitchen. If you happen to end up having lots of boxes per each room, you can number them so as to keep track of just how many boxes per room you have. This will not only be helpful when deciding which things you no longer need, but it'll also make unpacking much faster and simpler. Alternatively, you can list a few items which are inside each of the boxes so it'll jog your memory when you are unpacking in your brand new condominium. You should also clearly label the boxes which have fragile items so that if movers or friends are helping you move, they'll know to be careful with those particular boxes. 

8. Consider Hiring Movers
Movers can help make your moving day hassle free and stress free. As mentioned earlier, moving can be very stressful and exhausting, especially if there are stairs that you have to deal with when moving to your new condominium. Having professional movers help you with your move will not only make the entire process go much faster, but it will also allow you to safely move the large pieces without damaging the walls or injuring yourself.

9. Make Copies of All Your Important Documents
You should pack a separate box with copies of your important papers or documents in case of emergency. Though it may be a rather tiring project to copy or scan every passport, birth certificate, proof on insurance papers, social security cards, tax claim, among others, you do not want to risk damaging or losing the only version of your valuable papers when moving.

10. Clean Before You Leave
You should properly clean up your rented space prior to your move. From the walls to the floors, you should make sure that it is totally clean, clutter free, and damage free. This will not only build you a reputation as a good tenant, but you can also be sure that you'll receive the security deposit back.

Also, before placing your boxes furniture in your new condominium, you should start by properly cleaning the place. While you will most probably want to clean the condominium again after you have unpacked, cleaning before unpacking gives you an opportunity to get into the hard to reach areas. 

11. Call Your Service Providers
If you haven’t already done so, you should call your service providers to make sure that some things like internet, cable, electricity and water, are up and running. You don't want to move into your new condominium, and wait for a week or 2, in order to get much needed services. You should also change your address before leaving for your new condominium. Make sure you forward your important mails (like bills and bank statements) to your new address; you do not want strangers looking into your personal financial statements.

12. Pick the Appropriate Moving Day
If you intend to use professional movers, make sure you contact them at least one month before your moving day so that you can plan accordingly. If you've a flexible schedule, you can play around with various potential moving dates, and then try to find the cheapest time of the month to make your appointment. Most of the moving companies are usually busiest on weekends, therefore, you should consider skipping the weekend chaos, and schedule for a week day move.

13. Notify Your Landlord a Few Days Before Moving Out
Giving the landlord enough notice usually makes moving out hassle free and much easier. Some complexes or landlords require a written statement about the tenant's plans of not renewing their rent. Some places may even charge you some extra fees if you happen to fail to notify them well ahead of time. Therefore, in order to avoid any sort of trouble with the landlord, you should make sure you notify them a couple of days before your moving day.

While moving can be a rather hectic experience, you should not make it more stressful than it already is. You should plan ahead and follow the above tips to make the moving process as stress free as humanly possible. Happy moving guys!
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Organic & Homemade Goods every month for you | Wonders

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If you love organic and homemade goods like me you would love this. Every month you will receive surprise product in a box, for only MR62.90 a month. Wonders in a Box offers a monthly subscription box contains natural, handmade and organic products monthly. With the support of the cruelty-free community, you will also serve good cause to the environment (but still looking pretty). You can also save more by subscribing for 6 months ahead for only RM330 (RM55.00/month).

Here are the list of products I got in this month box :
1. Flower teas (Roselle, Lavender, Butterfly Pea, Apple Flower and Purple Rose)
A real flower tea bag! How cool is this. I have not yet try it. Was too sayang to open it. It looks so pretty. Its actually a flower tea that you just soak it in to hot water and drink it! Kewl.
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2. 2x Footbombs
Too cute to open too. Have not tried it. It is actually a footbomb. I think it is like a bath bomb.
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3. Shower gel
I got it in the Pink Grapefruit scnet, love the fresh scent and I bringing this to my next travel trip!
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4. Rose Alba Hydrosol and Bulgarian Real Rose gel (sample size)
Its Daisy Sky Malaysia! I love theri stuff and I have receive their product before. This is the sample size for their Rose Alba Hydrosol and Bulgarian Real Rose gel. Love them!
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5. Cocoa butter lip balm
Home made lip balm! Its smells like cake.
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6. Tassel dream catcher key chain
Something to hang around! Super cute.
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5 amazing chocolate benefits to your skin!

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Hey guys! What is uppp! Today I am going to talk about the benefits of..... CHOCOLATE! Benefits? Chocolate? What? Yasss. Chocolate! Did you know that chocolate or cocoa has lots of benefits to the skin. LOTSSS OFFFF..... M... BENEFITS! So I'm talking about putting chocolate on to your skin. There are a lot of recepies for this but we are just gonna jump to the benefits that the cocoa will do to your skin when you use these kind of products on to your skin. Here are 5 of them!

1. Best Antioxidants for your skin
Facts have been said that Cocoa(chocolate) has high antioxidants properties, more than green tea! Antioxidants helps to keep your skin looking younger and fight against pre mature aging. So who says chocolate can make you look ugly, they help you look younger!

2. Repairing the skin
Cocoa have raw enzyme. Which means it helps to heal your skin. Healing your skin consist of repairing the damage done to your skin. Such as acne scarring, or maybe cuts. It is like a collagen, which makes your skin heal and become healthier. 

3. High in Vitamis for your skin!
Cocoa contains high in vitamins such as Protein, Vitamin A & Riboflavin. Thiamine, Calcium, Potassium, Phosphorus, Iron, Copper & Magnesium. These elements can do so much to your skin. Heal, repair and rejuvenate your skin naturally.
4. Natural sun protection
Did you know that cocoa/chocolate can give your skin a natural sun protection? With its super absorbent properties, it protects the skin from harmful UV rays. Also at the same time increasing and protecting blood flow to your skin, keeping it healthy and glowing.
5. Healthier Hair!
Scalp are also consider as your skin. Scalp care are also important in your beauty regime. A well cared scalp results in strong and healthier hair. It helps in increasing blood circulation, increasing the growth of healthy and lustrous locks. As it also acts as a circulation booster, it helps in reducing hair loss. 

If you are mesmerize by how amazing choclate can give to your beuty regime, try to include it in your skincare routine! You can also try the Minty Chocolate Wash Off Mask by Lovely Cosmetics! It is made from real cocoa powder and mint extracts! Trust me, you gonna love it!

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The Top 10 Things to Do in Haiti

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Taking some well-deserved time off? Make sure to pick the right place to go!

The world is full of destinations with beautiful defining features to explore - the elegance of Northern Europe, the style & comfort of the Mediterranean and the tropical paradise of the Carribean.
The Carribean will always stay one of the most popular locations, and for a good reason.

But why Haiti?
Haiti tourism is popular right now. Tropical and subtropical climates provide biodiversity of flora and fauna to explore, along with a rich cultural background.
Haiti is a sovereign country, and geographically, it is located on the island called Hispaniola. Haiti does not occupy the island in its entirety, however. It is sharing the island with the Dominican Republic. Haiti is relegated to the Western side of Hispaniola, and it roughly takes up one-third of the entire area. You can find more information about this beautiful place by writing a paper or you can use the help of  safe essay writing service.

Haiti has a turbulent history as well. Before Columbus discovered the New World in 1492, Haiti was a home to indigenous people — the Taino; and later, throughout the centuries, it was a part of French and Spanish colonies, before eventually proclaiming independence in the 19th century.
You mustn't worry if you have already booked plane tickets to Haiti. This short list will help you arrange a plan to get the most out of your trip.

We'll begin our tour with one of the more popular choices — the Labadee Haiti cruise
Labadee (or Labadie) is a privately-owned resort on the Northern coast of Haiti. Sometimes it is described as an island, but it is, in fact, a peninsula, and still a part of the adjacent island of Hispaniola.
The entire area of the resort is fenced-off from the outside and is protected by security teams. This adds to the seclusion and comfort factor of this resort.

It is important to remember that Labadee is a private resort and it can only be reached by a cruise ship. Tourists aren't allowed to leave the resort as well, so if you're committing to Labadee, you may miss out on Haitian culture and cuisine.
There are some great activities to choose from in Labadee, however.
1) Lounging on the beach
The obvious requirement for a good vacation. White sands, gentle waves, and fantastic views -  Labadee offers many opportunities to enjoy yourself.

2) Arawak Aqua Park
Looking for structured water fun? This option has you covered. Choose from many activities: kayaking, snorkeling, waterslides and swimming among other things. A favorite spot for families with kids.

3) Dragon's Breath Zipline
If you're looking for something a bit more extreme and memorable, look no further than this zip line ride.
One of the longest zip line rides in the world, the ride lasts for about a minute and gives a great view of Labadee and the adjacent areas.
Professional staff will make sure you have the best possible time you can.

Labadee isn't the only thing Haiti has on offer, so if you intend to visit the Port-Au-Prince (capital city), Milot or Cap Haitien, there are some more destinations to consider. Many colonial fortifications remain, and some of them are still in great form.

4) The Citadel near the town of Milot
Citadelle Laferriere is one the biggest fortresses built in the entire Western Hemisphere.
This massive structure was completed after Haiti gained its independence from France in 1820.
It stands tall on a mountaintop that is 900 meters high — an incredible asset for a fortress, having the option repel any ground attack.
It was complete with warehouses, dungeons and other defensive attributes like cannons.

UNESCO made it a World Heritage Site in 1982.
The fortification itself can be considered an icon for Haiti, an unwavering reminder of humanity's ability to build amazing things.

5) The Palace of Sans-Souci
Located in a commune of Milot and constructed in 1813 by a king who was formerly a slave, this palace was left in a half-destroyed state after a strong earthquake. It was never rebuilt. The Palace is a part of the Unesco world heritage site along with Citadelle Laferriere and Site Des Ramier; those three locations comprise the National History Park.

6) Bassin-Bleu in Jacmel
A little oasis that is filled with dense vegetation and complete with a beautiful waterfall tourists can jump from. Hardened minerals give the falls a distinctive blue appearance.
Reaching Bassin-Bleu can be challenging and will tax even the biggest cardio fanatics. You'll need to spend some time walking along the winding paths, be ready for 30-minute walks each way. Being hard to reach lends itself to the exclusivity of the place and keeps it preserved.

7) Musee du Pantheon National Haitien in Port-Au-Prince (or MUPANAH)
Learn about the rich history of Haitian people. Discover important historical figures and browse works of art in the national museum in Port-Au-Prince. Museum guides will add more detail to these exhibits, so getting one is advisable. As a side note, cameras aren't allowed inside the museum.

8) Cathedrale Notre Dame de Cap Haitien
If you ever end up on the main square of Cap Haitien, you will see this well-maintained Catholic cathedral. Clean cobbled streets and the church create an authentic picture of an old colonial town.

9) Marche de Fer
Haiti's biggest market is in Port-Au-Prince. Dating back to the end of 19th century, this structure was abandoned and almost entirely destroyed by an earthquake in 2010. Iron Market was since rebuilt and renovated; it now remains a vibrant place of Haiti's economy.
A place of commerce for local and national businesses.
Make sure not to give in to aggressive sale tactics and glue yourself to your guide; you don't want to get lost in the vast space of the market.

10) Barbancourt Rum Distillery
One of the better-known attractions in Port-Au-Prince, one of the oldest distilleries in the Carribean.
The place where Rhum Barbancourt is made, Haiti's most notorious alcoholic export.
Rum has a distinctive taste, and if it is something enjoy, you may want to give this place a visit.

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