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Taking Orders For Kombucha


I’m taking orders for bottled kombucha, ready for collection within 1-2 weeks. Available flavours are: – Lavender/ Lavender Honey (+$2)/ Vanilla Lavender – Rose – Passionfruit – Banana – Ginger – Turmeric – Cherry (+$2) – Black wolfberry (+$2) – Apple Cinnamon – Apple Rosemary   Each bottle (750ml) will be at $10, with exception to flavours listed that requires…

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Giving back through Project #MakeShoppingMeaningful


If you’ve been following me through The Wellness Insider, you would know that one of my partners is Euforia which is a social enterprise. From 2 Dec to 1 Jan 2017, they’ll be launching a charity drive called Project #MakeShoppingMeaningful and I’m also supporting them by donating some of my apparels. For every sale that is made, part of the…

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Event – Beauty In The Face, Eyebrow Embroidery Workshop (9 & 10 Jan 2016)


HAACH has invited Master Lam Cheung, founder of Hong Kong Permanent Soft Stitch Make-up Artist Association, to Singapore for an exclusive workshop on your perfect eyebrows for your facial features as well as how it will affect even your luck and fortune! Topics to be covered are: The Perfect Pair – importance of matching Brow trends and shape with your face…

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Vita Coco Launches Their Cold Pressed Organic Coconut Oil


Was lucky to be invited to the Singapore launch of US-based Vita Coco’s cold pressed organic coconut oil on Wednesday! Vita Coco’s coconut water has already won the hearts of millions internationally since it’s processing from fruit to packet ensures that drinking from the packet is almost like drinking from the nut itself. The humble coconut has been heralded as…

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Anatomy Of A Good Ad Campaign


When I went to the gym at Raffles Place last week, I was pleasantly surprised to see the station covered with Tokio Marine’s ad and with each passing panel, I was more in love with the whole campaign! Well done Tokio Marine! You’ve successfully managed to shed your stuffy Japanese image and gotten a little personal with your audience. Heard…

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