Hey VivaBellas! What do you have in your bathroom for bathing? Is it a bar soap or a body wash? I don’t know about other countries but in Singapore. I’ve noticed that body washes outnumber bar soaps at any toiletry sections these days. In fact, my family uses body washes and right now, we don’t have a bar soap in our bathroom.
Wow, I have no idea since when, the number of websites offering online coupon deals have multiplied. Every day, other than attractive deals on spa sessions, facials, manicures and pedicures, I also see other items like holiday packages, restaurant deals, financial products, music lessons, etc on special offers. I’m sure you have seen these around one time or another, or maybe are even a frequent buyer of them because such online coupon deals allow us to buy offers at a much lower price and the prices are really irresistible.
I had wanted to ask this question even before I wrote the entry yesterday but just so Raelynn mentioned in the comments that she could not resist getting a tub of the Nivea Pure and Natural Day Cream because Watsons cleverly promoted the news of Kate Middleton being spotted buying a tub of the cream in London hours before appearing at a star-studded gala charity dinner. News also reported that the Duchess of Cambridge has been buying it for some time and “swears by” the brand, which has also been hailed by Victoria Beckham. According to The Telegraph, “the sighting is almost certain to send the moisturiser flying off the shelves as fans clamour to recreate the young royal’s look.”
Increasingly, more beauty brands pledge against animal testing. I see plenty of such pledges on their labels and while I do take note but I do not base my purchase decisions on them. This is because I often wonder if the pledges are for real since we can’t tell for sure what goes behind closed doors and I understand that since no specific laws exist regarding cruelty-free labeling of products, so companies can take liberties.