Top 5 must try Faith in Face Skicare + Giveaway

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When people ask me what mask I recommend, I will definitely include Faith in Face mask as a recommendation. I have been using it since last year where I bought it from Hermo Malaysia. I'm also a fan of their eye-catching packaging. Pink and black, oh come on. It is so me! Apart from the mask, Faith in Face also has other products that worth trying. All Faith in Face products is sensitive skin friendly as they only use naturally derived ingredients and it is also free from Paraben, Mineral Oil & animal testing! We are confident that you'll love Faith In Face products. Here are my Top 5 products you must try from Faith in Face Korea.

1. Hydrogel Facial Masks
My favorite! I don't know about you but hydrogel mask is something I gravitate about. I prefer hydrogel mask over sheet cotton mask due to its comfortability when wearing it. It is basically made out of the gel and has a jelly-like texture which I find sits firmly on to my skin and penetrates better on to my skin. It comes in many types of purposes such as Long Lasting Glow, Peace Face, After Shower & Missing Pore. 

2. Multi-Function Hydrogel Eye Mask
I have tried this before and I love using it while doing my work in front of my computer. It soothes and leaves my eye area fresh and hydrated. Each box comes with 4 pairs of eye mask. you can even use this on the side of your lips for lip line treatment.

3. Pearl Cellulose Facial Sheet Masks
The traditional type mask that is in sheet form. Comes in 5 variants to choose from and it is one of the most wanted masks in Korea.

4. Magic Mud Ball
What is this cool looking silver ball? It is a face mask. This is a  7 in 1 multi-effect mud treatment mask that extracts & clears dirt and sebum accumulated inside pores, leaving skin fresh & clean! Simply use it like a mask pack for 10 minutes.

5. Truly Waterly Cleansing Water
Water-based makeup remover can be anyone essential. It does not leave a greasy feeling on the face and this one from Faith in Face, it removes makeup effectively.

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Contest ends 15th December 2017 11:59pm Malaysia Time.

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Nurturing creative skills with Play-Doh Shape & Learn Sets

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I’m excited to finally get to introduce Play-Doh to my little Aryan with these products sponsored by Hasbro. I have been growing up playing with Play-Doh too. They were my favorite learning toys when I was a kid! Along with having fun, I can teach Aryan to learn about shapes, colours, alphabets and more with these fun sets.
Look at his focus. Haha! I knew Aryan would love these. The first set that I introduced to him was Play-Doh’s Shape and Learn Colours and Shapes set. This set encourages Aryan to learn different shapes and sizes. It includes eight shape cutters, a roller, two double-sided mats and eight different cans of Play-Doh.
I love how it comes with the mat that contains pictures and instructions where Aryan can match which shapes he will need to make and shape. The colorful tools provided also attracted him to experiment on the different shapes that he could try out. As you can see, the cutters have shapes come in two different sizes on each side which allows Aryan to learn about the different sizes of similar shapes.
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The second set is all about learning letters and language. This is the Play-Doh Shape & Learn Letters & Language Set. This set includes all 26 letters from A-Z, six cans of Play-Doh, a roller and two double-sided mats. 
This set helps Aryan to develop his motor skills and sensory experience. By letting Aryan discover new letters, I taught him a few simple words while referring to the pictures that are printed on the mat and showed him the words are made up of how many letters. which words are associated with different letters. 
I also encourage him to touch, to feel &to shape the letters using the letter mold stamps to stamp onto the Play-Doh. This allows a more interactive communication & learning session between me and Aryan. He had a lot of fun and I love how he makes a surprise face when he shapes the letters using the stamps and Play-Doh. 
This interactive set can also be played by Aryan when I am busy with housework the set is easy and fun to play with the provided two-sided mat which helps to guide him on where to stamp the letters. He loves looking at the different stamp letters.
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How to get inspiration & budgeting for your dream renovation plans |

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All those sleepless nights thinking about how I can find a solution to where I can have a guide to have my very own fully renovated Head Quarters for my brand Breena Beauty. After watching Too Faced and Colourpop HQ Tour, my heart has been so fired up and excited to start planning on it. But I am totally clueless about how it will cost me! At the moment, Breena Beauty office is located around Kota Damansara area, located in a 900sqft space which is now fully packed with stuff, and there is where I have thought, we need to move to a bigger space. But I want to move when the office space is fully renovated and ready to move in into a very well interior environment.

Every night I will browse the internet, smiling on my own, looking through inspiration from the internet, but I don't even know where I am standing on the budget I need to know. Finally! I found a place where I can compare, inspired, find Malaysian interior designers to make my dream come true. This website is called An ID marketplace for Malaysians. So how it works?
You can simply browse over 1000 interior designers in just one place. Along with that, you can view their portfolio with details of their previous projects. At the moment I am looking for an office renovation service. There are a lot of things I need to study as office renovation may take a lot of time as it consists of a space for a great environment for my staff. So thankfully, have an easy navigation where I can just simply click on the OFFICE tab to see office projects done by these IDs. Also, I love how I can learn the actual cost of renovating a space. They also include sqft for each project so I can understand why some cost more and why some cost less.

I also love the features of the portfolio of each ID. I learn about how long actually renovation takes, type of interiors such as zen, contemporary, modern and I also learn about how renovation takes place in terms of the proper process.
Oh, my I am excited and can't wait for 2018! If I wanna go more specific in each space, for example, bathroom, pantry and more, I simply click on the ‘Browse Ideas’ tab and filter what I want to see by choosing the room type, style, location, and more. When you are ready you can request for a free quote from your ID of choiceor send a general one so that a few IDs can give you a quote. Simply send a quote for a renovation like below.
Other than that, learn more about interior design and renovation tips. They provide amazing and useful articles for you to browse over and gain knowledge about interior design and renovation tips
I hope you find this post helpful as much as I do. I spend hours on this website just by looking at each amazing project each ID has done. One of my favorites is the Factory Office@Rawang project. I would love to have an office like that one day.

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Consider having these house plants for your house

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What do you do when you have empty corners in the house and would like to add up some refreshing and lively energy in the house? Especially you’re putting up your house for sale in Alam Impian or other projects. Houses these days are designed to look modern and contemporary with airy, open and bright spaces by providing you vast windows for ventilation. Well, you can always place and decorate with houseplants. There are all kind of houseplants but be sure what you can or cannot place the houseplants

ZZ plant (Zamioculcaszamiifolia)
The ZZ plant looking like stegosaurus than actual plant and will survive extinction-level neglect. The green ‘fronds’ look like a cross between a cycad and a philodendron. In the Chinese community, it is also referred as the ‘Money’ tree because of it’s thick leaves that’s growing upwards. Even if you miss watering or there’s little amount of natural light, you can rest assured that it is still looking naturally. However, do give it a trim to keep it light so it won’t look bushy.

Lady Palm
One of the most luxurious houseplant around, with fans of deep-green, glossy fronds on a compact clump of bamboo-like stems. Although they’re growing at a slow rate, but this plant can live indoors the whole time with much care. Keep the potting mix moist and annually feed with palm fertilizer to get Lady palm growing healthily. But, if the plant is root-bound, just divide them with sharp knife on the root ball, then pot up the divisions. Adding this luxurious houseplant in your AlamImpian house will turn to make it look even posh.

Peace Lily
Peace Lily or Spathiphyllum can live in low light but for it to bloom could be a challenge. That doesn’t matter because the glossy leaves is good enough to be attractive on its own – as a table centrepiece. But do clean and trim the leaves once in a while as it tends to grow brownish on the tip of the leaves. Besides, the benefit of having peace lily in the house is an efficient natural filters, making the air fresher and safer. It’s good to have it at home, for the kids to have better air quality.

The common houseplant and easily available in the market, it is easily identified with blotchy-looking golden pothos vine. Pothos is easily to take care of and can leave it to sustain by itself. Well, still need to trim as well, if it get’s leggy, just prune it back and cut the roots into new flowerpots.

This houseplant has been a trendy one in fashion industry with it making appearances in fabrics. Well, you won’t be missing out the trend now to fit into your trendy and contemporary AlamImpian house. Philodendron (philodendron hederaceum) is a common heartleaf that looks like divided leaves of the split leaf philodendron, it has crown of lime-green foliage. Periodically check the leaves and the stems from pests and remove any yellow leaves. Do keep the potting mix moist for it to be healthy.

Phalaenopsis Orchid
Also as known as moth orchids. An exotic flower plant that looks good for the dining table centrepiece, turning the whole atmosphere more elegant and refreshing. Apart from being the focal point, it’s also works as a filter for air pollutant. The tall stems plant making the look and feel elegant with the leathery leaves and flower bloom on the top of the stem. It requires lesser direct sunlight which means you can place it where it is shadier for the right amount of sun and shade. Most important, this orchid requires weekly watering, that’s all! It’s easy to not love this houseplant for it’s minimal care and aesthetic.

Lucky bamboo
Lucky bamboo is not a bamboo at all, but it’s a species called Dracaena sanderiana. With the name lucky bamboo, it surely does look good for fengshui, it is said to bring good luck and fortune for being tough and strong. The durable and indestructible lucky bamboo does not need constant and regular care. They are so tough that they can survive in vases of still water or in the soil, also in variety lighting conditions. A well taken care and groomed lucky bamboo can worth up to thousands.

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