Neemli Naturals - Products Reviews

In the market, there are a lot of beauty brands that claim to be using natural ingredients, but some actually do not. Therefore, I am cautious when choosing the right skincare for me. I was so grateful to be introduced to an Indian brand ‘Neemli Naturals’ , and their products are vegan and hand-crafted to ensure freshness. I simply love it! It provides all day hydration to my semi-dry sensitive skin! Thank you for making such an exceptional product without any harmful chemicals. The Witch Hazel & Vetiver Facial Toner  is recommended by me if you are looking for a natural toner without harsh chemicals and is alcohol free. The Turmeric Root & Olive Squalane Elixir is an effective blend of vitamin-rich essential oils, and this) face elixer has age-defying powers which are ready to get to work while you rest, reversing signs of early aging like wrinkles and dark spots while brightening your skin tone. It is designed to help to sustained hydration and minimize dark spots, wrinkles

A visit to Gyoza-San + Happy hour at Wine & Chef + Korean Bakeries from Market Blue

If you are into Gyozas and Bentos, then don’t miss out on Gyoza-San . I made my first visit at the Sembawang outlet which is located at Sun Plaza . I was surprised and amazed by the wide selection of gyoza and bentos. They offer great Japanese Gyozas but with a twist! Be prepared as their Gyozas are HIGHLY ADDICTIVE, and now I know why there is always a line! I picked up their latest item on their menu - Chilli Crab Bento . The portion of the bento was decent for a main meal, and the chilli crab sauce was ON POINT! I will definitely recommend my friends to try it out!! I also enjoyed the Special Unagi Gyoza, as it was pretty unique. The accompanying special sweet sauce enhanced the overall taste even better! Gyoza-San offers  island-wide delivery ! Simply order at  and what’s best is that they are now  halal certified ! Both Baby and I are oyster lovers, and we went to Wine & Chef which is located at Keong Saik Road to have some beers and fresh oysters for o

[Day 02 & 03] Super short trip to Seoul, Korea

The next morning, after a simple breakfast of Gimbap, we were ready to have a full day of activities as well as sightseeing.  We were pretty lucky to come across the Royal Guard Changing Ceremony  outside  Deoksugung  Palace .  Although I could not understand a single command that was being said, the overall ceremony was pretty cool! Our first sightseeing in Seoul was to visit a Korean palace as baby is a keen history buff and luckily enough,  Deoksugung palace was right outside our hotel. How cool! After visiting the palace, we walked over to Seoul Plaza which is literally opposite the Deoksugung Palace , as I spotted statues of Pinkfong and Baby Shark. I took some photos random photos against the statues. After that, we took the subway to Seoul's oldest, popular and traditional market - Gwangjang Market for lunch. I love Bindaetteok – Mung Bean Pancake very much, and it is my MUST-EAT in Seoul. The pancake was extra crispy on the outside and soft on the inside. I love the soy