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Wednesday, November 20, 2019

Fly High and Carefree this Holiday Season with Swiss Image

The festive mood chimes in as our quest to clear annual leaves begin, and that can only mean one
thing - the year-end holiday season is finally upon us. The vacation plans you have been planning all
year long are finally coming to fruition, and you can’t wait to pack and make your blissful getaway a
reality. But just like a passport, your beauty regiment is just as essential, and Swiss Image is here to
help keep your skin nourished and well-hydrated throughout your travels.

Hailing from Swiss Image’s Essential Care range, the three key products to have this travel season are
Mattifying Face Wash Gel, Refreshing and Mattifying Toner, and Absolute Hydration Day Cream.
Together, they form the staple trinity of face care routines which are cleansing, toning and
moisturising - steps that are vital in achieving healthy and radiant skin.

Formulated with Swiss innovation and manufactured from one of the world’s purest ecological
environments, the three products contain Alpine Glacier Water, a holy-grail beauty ingredient only
found in the Swiss Alps, which allows users to enjoy its hydration properties, vitamins and minerals
that provide valuable nutrients for skin vitality. Its biologically active properties also allow the easy
absorption of rich essential minerals by all skin types.


Mattifying Face Wash Gel, 200ml – RM38.90

Swiss Image’s best-selling face wash provides a long-lasting mattifying effect without over-drying the skin in just a single step, so you won’t have to miss the next item on your travel itinerary. Specially formulated with the ingredients Hyssop and Alpine Glacier Water, the latter provides hydration and nutrients while facilitating the absorption of natural cleansing properties of the Hyssop that also improves complexion and balances oil levels, hence a recommendation for those with combination to oily skin. For best results, using it twice daily helps to deep cleanse and purify skin to achieve healthy and radiant skin.

Refreshing and Mattifying Toner, 200ml - RM38.90


Before moisturizing your skin, Swiss Image’s anti-shine Refreshing and Mattifying Toner cleanses
excess dirt and prevents the growth of unfamiliar bacteria in a foreign place. Also formulated with
natural extracts of Hyssop and Alpine Glacier Water, it is recommended for those with combination to oily skin types. Applying the toner twice a day using cotton pads onto cleansed face and neck area
while avoiding the eyes will result in your skin feeling fresh all day long. The matted look adds a
velvety finish to your skin for all your photogenic travel photos. Additionally, it tightens pores and
reduces signs of tired-looking skin.

Absolute Hydration Day Cream, 50ml - RM48.90


The final step to a principal day skincare routine, Swiss Image’s Absolute Hydration Day Cream is
enriched with natural botanical extract Edelweiss and Alpine Glacier Water. Staying out all day in a
different country could take a toll on the skin, but this cream provides long-lasting hydration and
nourishment to keep you looking radiant on your adventures. Harsh weather is no longer a problem
with its SPF filter qualities, while also protecting the skin against environmental aggression and
ultimately improving skin complexion.

Malaysian travellers can now experience the benefits of using unique and premium ingredients during
their travels this holiday season with these three key products from the Swiss Image Essential Care range that highlight the fundamental 3-step skincare routine for skin protection, nourishment and an
extra boost of confidence.

All Swiss Image products are free from harmful chemicals such as Paraben, PEG and Phthalates, and HALAL certified.

Swiss Image products are available at selected Watsons stores, Watsons E-commerce & on Shopee
Malaysia.

For more information, please visit https://www.facebook.com/swissimagemy/.

About Swiss Image
Swiss Image is a skincare brand from Switzerland with a global market presence, Malaysia being the
21st. Its range of innovative skin care products are formulated with ingredients from one of the
world’s purest ecological environments. Their portfolio includes a perfect mix of high-quality
formulations within their product range such as Essential Care, Whitening Care and Anti-Age Care.
Swiss Image products incorporate premium ingredients found only in Switzerland such as Alpine
Glacier Water known for its vitamins and minerals along with hydration and biologically active
properties, Snow Algae for its anti-ageing properties and Swiss Botanical Extracts consisting of select herbal extracts for specific benefits of the skin. In Malaysia, Swiss Image is the pioneer HALAL certified Swiss skincare brand produced by a leading Swiss manufacturer of cosmetic and
cosmeceutical products with ISO 9001 certification. All Swiss Image products are also free from
harmful chemicals such as Paraben, PEG and Phthalates.

Sunday, November 17, 2019

Toppen Shopping Centre at Johor Bahru

IKEA Southeast Asia marked the grand opening of Toppen Shopping Centre with a sneak preview of what is in-store for Johoreans and beyond, as it sets itself to become the new community hub of Tebrau.


From 13th November until 24th November 2019, Toppen Shopping Centre welcomes everyone to enjoy fun-filled and family-friendly activities such as art workshops, yoga for kids, face painting, and family Zumba. Local skateboard, parkour and dance groups will be running workshops and competitions as well. Visitors can also look forward to game booths, food stalls, fashion corners, and many more previews to what Toppen have in the pipeline for the months to come.

Shoppers awaiting to enter Toppen Shopping Centre

The #JelesEk Festival
Inspired by the #JelesEk opening campaign that is a homage to iconic Johorean traits, a key highlight of the festival is a live performance of the #JelesEk anthem on the 16th November 2019. This will be performed by Johorean stars, Joe Flizzow and Joyce Chu who created a special music video for Toppen. The song is also central to Toppen’s #JelesEk TikTok challenge. In the first collaboration between a shopping centre and the leading destination for short-form mobile video, Toppen invites the public to dance and lip-sync to its song. Participants will stand chance to win RM10,000 worth of prizes. As part of the partnership with TikTok, visitors can enjoy TikTok-able spots through the shopping centre, which will also host the annual TikTok Creators Day on 17th November 2019, gathering 80 of the platform’s top influencers across Malaysia and Singapore, to create fun and creative content around Toppen. Also, on the 13th, 16th, 17th, 23rd, and 24th November 2019, visitors are encouraged to participate in a treasure hunt organised by TikTok.


The Topp
The centre’s crown jewel rooftop known as The Topp plays a key role in hosting the festival. Designed specifically for the diverse community, there is something for every visitor. For thrill-seekers, the youth active zone features a skate park, parkour zone, and wall climbing area, while those who are looking to go on a gastronomical journey can enjoy a variety of local and international food from the alfresco eateries. The interactive outdoor space also includes a multi-purpose court, an event piazza, a rooftop garden, kids’ water-play area, the region’s first permanent outdoor cinema, and an e-sports arena for a great day out with friends and family.

Toppen’s crown jewel rooftop known as The Topp includes multi-purpose court, an event piazza, a rooftop garden, kids’ water-play area, alfresco eateries and the region’s first permanent outdoor cinema

“When we had the vision to create Toppen, we knew that it cannot be just another shopping centre. We wanted to create a meeting place that can contribute positively to the surrounding neighbourhood”, said Christian Roejkjaer, Managing Director of IKEA Southeast Asia.


He further added, “We built Toppen with the community’s interest in mind. Together with the help of local authorities and groups, we have all put a conscious effort in celebrating what makes Johor unique. We are proud to house both local and international brands, while creating a hub where home-grown Johorean talents and communities can come together to share and create.”


Community-Friendly Facilities
Anchored by IKEA Tebrau, the 1.25 million square-feet shopping centre offers four levels of ‘retailtainment’ experiences. With 300 shops ranging from household names like Ben’s Independent Grocer (B.I.G.) and TGV Cinemas, 80% of Toppen’s offerings are new-to-Johor brands such as The Pantheon, 9 to 9, and Concept Haus. Toppen will operate alongside 90% of its tenants opening on the same day.


The new lifestyle hub is easy to reach with accessibility to major roads, public transportation, and ample parking with over 4,600 spaces across two levels. Toppen was also inspired by its Scandinavian roots, featuring spacious and clean designs with lots of natural light, and greeneries, making it an enjoyable place to spend any day.


Joakim Hogsander, General Manager of Toppen Shopping Centre explained, “With a name like Toppen which means ‘great’ in Swedish, we strive to exceed expectations at every turn. Besides understanding the needs of the people, we also acknowledge that every customers’ journey is unique to their own. Therefore, we look at offering appropriate, concise and customized offline and online services to make each shopper’s experience more personal and positive.”



Toppen Shopping Centre is the third anchored-by-IKEA shopping centre in Malaysia and the fourth in Southeast Asia. Following the success of other IKEA Stores and shopping centres in the region, Toppen is set to be the prime meeting place that creates a better everyday life for the many people. It is projected to attract more than 15 million residents and tourists by the year 2020.


Toppen Shopping Centre is a 1.25 million square foot meeting place anchored by the only IKEA store outside of the Klang Valley. The rooftop, known as The Topp, is home to the first-of-its kind community hub with everything from skateboarding and rock-climbing to alfresco dining and cinema. The centre is one among the portfolio of centres owned by IKEA Southeast Asia. Together with IKEA Tebrau, Toppen delivers a fun day out for the many people of Southern Malaysia and beyond.

About IKEA Southeast Asia
 

Wednesday, November 13, 2019

Kids activities in Selangor/Kuala Lumpur

spot my son, he is in the group photo here


It's November, last month October the month of Halloween. My son had a great time though we didn't go many place for Halloween.Above photo is recently taken at The Curve, Damansara.


 Where to go if you are in Kuala Lumpur /Selangor for this school holidays? Its time for kids have a good time too. KidZania Kuala Lumpur, I have a code sharing with you, that you can save money. Click on the link to find out.

When comes to school holidays, often we also want to think of ourselves as we want to go shopping too. Well at the same time we want our children to have a good time for themselves, not just spending their time on the gadgets.

I wouldn't want to see my sons on gadgets all time. I prefer to see them running, doing sports activities or sweat it out at fun indoor playground. Here's another blog post to share with you, its an indoor park in Kuala Lumpur, click on the link to read it up. There have choices of kids day camps to choose from too. What's important for parents not just having good time with kids but spending quality time together too. 

I am in the midst of planning my kids tuition for next year. Yeah time to cut out the tuition time, not completely just not so many days in a week. Both my children aged 13 yrs old and 8 yrs old. Both time of schooling tuition are completely different too. There are times that I need to send him by 4pm then get him by 6.45pm then send home. Then fetch another son at 7pm then in and change clothes in car before going to tuition at 7.45pm. Time management is important to me, nobody will be there to do it but me. Just got to plan it out wisely.

Everyday Choices for Concealing a Sidearm

Anyone who regularly carries a concealed weapon is aware that there is an exchange made in order to do so. This exchange decides whether they prioritize comfort or accessibility. Whereas some concealment options are more comfortable than others, they may not allow you to access your weapons as quickly or easily as you would prefer. A different option may allow for a quick and smooth draw but can be either very uncomfortable, difficult to conceal, or both. People who carry daily have probably tried out several options while trying to figure out what will work best for their lifestyle.

Keeping It Close

The entire purpose of a concealed weapon is to have it ready and available in times of emergency. When this is the main goal, the person carrying it will probably want it close to the body. This can be achieved by wearing a holster that fits either inside or outside the waistband, carrying it in a shoulder holster, or using a CCW vest. Each one has benefits and disadvantages which can be explored quickly when wearing one. Being able to quickly reach for your weapon is the ideal for most people and these choices will allow for that access.

Having It Nearby

For those who do not feel the need to have their concealed handgun ready for a quick draw, there are many ways to carry that will keep it accessible without needing to strap it to your body. Some purses, planners, or briefcases are specially designed to safely carry a pistol and will allow you to have it nearby when needed. For car travel, having a holster mounted under the front seat will keep it available for emergencies without it becoming an uncomfortable distraction for the driver.
Whatever way a person chooses to wear or carry their gun is really dependent on how easily they wish to have access to it and what level of comfort they require when wearing it. It is important to consider these things and try out different options before you make a decision.

Saturday, November 9, 2019

Second Life Malaysia

Everyone has got busy lifestyle, therefore important that we plan it out. We got to balance our lifestyle not just eat healthy but also workout for our health. Healthy living is important and there's time that we got to eat and sometimes no choice but eating fast food or having unhealthy meals.

Sharing is caring, I comes to know of the Second Life Malaysia. It is product made in Malaysia, it is mixed of mango with Torula Yeast and Milk Thistle Extract. A box contained of 20 sachets.

The Second Life Malaysia product function as following:
  • Liver protection : prevention of liver damage & liver disease
  • Beauty: improves skin dullness also to promote metabolism
  • Detoxification: If you have hard time going to pass motion, this help you with constipation. 

I tried the products and it taste like mango, it is sweet too. So don't forget drink plenty of water after taking the supplement.

Simple and easy to consume:

Just a sachet a day, drink before sleep. Drinks plenty of water to keep body stay hydrated.

Do consult with doctor or health professional if you are pregnant, nursing, or under any medical supervision before taking the product.  

For more details visit
FB: https://www.facebook.com/Second-Life-Malaysia-100541354725823/

IG: https://instagram.com/secondlifemalaysia
@secondlifemalaysia
Wechat :beauty3030333
Contact number :010-3030333


Store in cool and dry place. Prevent from direct sunlight. Keep out of reach of children.

Wednesday, November 6, 2019

Experience Gorgeous Hair Day Everyday with Diane Bonheur


Our hair is our crowning glory as it is an expression of femininity, health and personality, it is what people notice, at first sight, followed by our smile, which will be all the brighter if we’re feeling good about our hair that day. With Diane Bonheur (“Happiness” in French), you can say “bye-bye” to dry, frizzy and damaged hair forever. Formulated with over 98% organic ingredients for a unique “farm-to-hair” experience, Diane Bonheur worked together with trusted farmers worldwide, carefully handpicked everything, from the soil and seeds to the sources of production, to produce nature’s best in a bottle. It is the first farming shampoo that enriched your hair with “energies” from the earth, through a shampoo made in methods as organic as possible. The good news is that you can now get your hands on these “harvested” shampoo range now at Watsons stores nationwide and Watsons online as well. The new artisanal haircare range of Diane Bonheur is available in Grasse Rose and Orange Flower
 
When it comes to shampoo, the more natural the ingredient the better it is for the scalp. Synthetic chemicals have been scientifically been proven to be harmful as it can damage your hair by making it brittle and frizzy. Hence, Diane Bonheur’s haircare range is crafted with 100% plant-derived cleansing ingredients. All Diane Bonheur products are also made from 100% cold-pressed single-origin organic oils, meaning that you can trace the oils used in the products to the small farmlands they were sourced from. The oils used in the haircare range are meticulously crafted by artisans to provide the most luxurious hair washing experience. It also highlights Diane Bonheur’s philosophy in bringing joy and happiness for all those involved in the production of the shampoo. 

Constant perming and colouring may get you the perfect hair but it can also cause permanent damage to the hair follicle and lead to serious breakage. However, with Diane Bonheur’s Grasse Rose range, it can revitalise coarse hair by cleansing your locks and nourishing it from deep within. Not only does it make your locks soft to the touch, but it also leaves behind a sweet scent. Formulated with a rare rose, known as Rose De Mai, it can only be harvested in May each year in Grasse, France, which is also widely known as the cradle of perfumery. The Rose De Mai only blooms once a year for a maximum of three weeks and only one drop of essential oil can be extracted from 300 flowers. It produces a sweet and mellow scent with light notes of honey, making it a sensuous scent that has captivated people for decades. The Rose De Mai is also the reason why the iconic Chanel no.5 remains as the most famous fragrance through the decades as it is the key ingredient in the fragrance. 
 
To achieve the glossy locks of your dreams, Diane Bonheur’s Orange Flower range can minimize frizziness caused by dryness. Its craft shampoo and treatment set enables to tame frizziness and restore the health of your strands within a wash, giving you an instant shine to your locks! Formulated with the fragrance of an orange flower, also known as Neroli, it gives your hair a refreshing harmony of citrus scents that lingers on your hair throughout the day. 
 
“At Watsons Malaysia, we aim to inspire our shoppers to do good and feel great in the communities that we are part of. Be it in the workplace, marketplace, environment or community at large, we are always innovating to look for better solutions to optimise our processes to ensure that they are delivering the greatest good for the greatest number. Just like Diane Bonheur, who has been constantly committed to their philosophy of “farm-to-hair” in creating a happy connection between farmlands, manufacturers, Mother Nature and their customers. Diane Bonheur is a shampoo born for happiness and each step of the production process, from ingredients and transportation to reach the end-user, is always about making everyone and Mother Nature happy. It is the way of Diane Bonheur which I wish to inspire everyone as the happiness of the world will lead to our own happiness,” said Caryn Loh, Managing Director of Watsons Malaysia. 

Thank you Watsons Malaysia for inviting me to the event, it was held at La Cour Puchong. The new range of Diane Bonheur haircare products is available exclusively at Watsons stores nationwide or at the Watsons online store at www.watsons.com.my

Tuesday, November 5, 2019

A COLLABORATION BETWEEN AIMSMET GROUP & ICM, UK

AIMSMET GLOBAL under the AIMSMET GROUP collaborates with Institute of Commercial Management (ICM), United Kingdom launched the “Earn while you Learn” – Industry Sponsorship Program (ISP) towards Skills Apprenticeship Scheme for a Malaysia Skilled Future. The Program was endorsed by YB Datuk Seri Saifuddin Nasution Bin Ismail, Minister of Domestic Trade and Consumer Affairs (KPDNHEP). The Chairman of AIMSMET GROUP, Professor Dato’ Dr Jayles Yeoh, the CEO of Institute Commercial Management, Mr. Adair Ford and the CEO of AIMSMET Lifestyle Service, Ms Alice Hoang paid a courtesy visit to the Minister’s office and the endorsement was sealed by the signing of plaque by the Minister and the CEO of ICM, UK. The ultimate goal isto draw young Malaysians, regardless of their starting points, into jobs and sectors that are growing, and equip them with the right skills and experience under the right ICM program for careers in these areas.

In recent months, Prime Minister Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad addressed that the government
will press priority on technical and vocational education and training (TVET) under the Shared
Prosperity Vision in efforts to increase the people’s employment through skilled competency.
Dr Mahathir mentioned that TVET played an important role in improving the skills of workers
and that training must be made a precedency. The Shared Prosperity Vision will encompass
the 12th and 13th Malaysia Plans, spanning 10 years from 2021 to 2031. Thus, the launching
of the ISP for Skills Apprenticeship Scheme with AIMSMET LIFESTYLE SERVICE as the pioneer
is a timely program that is poised to champion the government’s vision in reducing the
unemployment rate in Malaysia and enhancing the skilled competency among the youths for
a digital economy.

The Critical Skills Monitoring Committee (CSC) identified that two of the critical jobs-lacking
in its work force are the service and sales workers. Among the reasons are lack of fluency in
English, communications skill, customer service skill and the ability to multi-task. Hence the
retail sector, mainly the Food & Beverage areas, requires immediate solutions to engage and
train local Malaysian, especially school leavers, to fill these gaps.

Since the initial introduction of the Industry Sponsorship Program in September 2017 and the
recruiting partnership with ACT Hubs Sdn Bhd in 2018, AIMSMET have over 30 industries
ranging from Food & Beverage to Digital Economy to Client Services such as Starbucks Coffee
Company, McDonald’s (Gerbang Alaf Restaurants), Marrybrown, Only World Group (OWG),

Watsons and many more sponsoring more than 80 school leavers and graduates in the ICM
programs. Through this movement, the skills, passion and contributions of every individual
will drive each organization’s next phase of human capital development towards an advanced
mastery of skills and lifelong learning.

During the meeting, YB Datuk Seri Saifuddin Nasution Bin Ismail, Minister of Domestic Trade
and Consumer Affairs (KPDNHEP), said, “In order for Malaysia to become a developed nation,
the Malaysian human capital needs to be further developed with programs such as AIMSMET’s Industry Sponsorship Program. As the government, we are committed to reduce the disparities of income for those living in the rural areas. We have applied the spirit of shared prosperity in the 2020 Budget and have prioritized sectors such as TVET and skills training. While Malaysia has made great strides in human capital development since independence, we cannot afford to sit on our laurels as we still have much to do before achieving our goal of being a knowledge economy that is competitive on a global scale.”

In conjunction with the endorsement of the “Earn while you Learn” – Industry Sponsorship
Program, a panel discussion was held on the topic, “A Paradigm Shift in Education & Training
– Skilled Apprenticeship Model”. 0ver 200 university students, educationists and industry
players were present to gain knowledge and industry insights. Among the panelists were
Dato’ ’Sri Michael Kang, President of SME Malaysia, Datuk Dr Chef Wan, Celebrity Chef, Datin
Winnie Loo, Founder of ‘A Cut Above’, Dr Janson Ang, Founder of The Giving Bank
Organization and Mr. Adair Ford, CEO of Institute of Commercial Management, UK while Prof.
Dato ’Dr Jayles Yeoh, Chairman of AIMSMET Group was the moderator.
Speech by Prof. Dato ’Dr Jayles Yeoh, Chairman of AIMSMET Group

According to Prof. Dato ’Dr Jayles Yeoh, Chairman of AIMSMET Group, “The aim of this
Industry Sponsorship Program is to bridge the gap and speed up the pace in producing
knowledge workers through the private sector. AIMSMET is ambitiously looking to
revolutionize the academic thinking by introducing real life education to ensure no misfits to
the relevant industries. With continuous support from the government and private sector,
the ambition to make Malaysia as the global leader in providing High Quality Knowledge
Worker for various industries is realized. Ultimately we hope to see positive spin off for the
economy as we are able to provide skilled knowledge workers for Foreign Direct Investments
(FDI) into the country.”

Also present at the event was Miss Tiffany Lim, Founder of ACT Hubs, who works closely with
AIMSMET to connect with Industry Partners and to recruit school leavers for the program.
Both AIMSMET & ACT presented a cheque of RM20,000 to support Yayasan Food Bank
Malaysia at the event. Present to receive the cheque was Mr. Abdul Wahab Long, CEO of Food
Bank Malaysia.

About AIMSMET Lifestyle Service
AIMSMET LIFESTYLE SERVICE is established with the aspiration to be one of the most popular
Skilled Apprenticeship Centers of the ICM, UK - the industry-based British qualification
programsthat AIMSMET Group is providing to Malaysian learnerssince itsinitialstart in 2017.
Starting with the Food & Beverage industry, branded as Vietdekat, AIMSMET LIFESTYLE
SERVICE focuses on providing real hands-on experience to complement the conventional
textbook theories in Business Studies and Hospitality Management. At AIMSMET LIFESTYLE
SERVICE, not only the learners are equipped with F&B skills but also nurtured and encouraged
to explore other potentials the students might have not seen for themselves in other related
industries so that when they complete the one-year of the Industry Sponsorship Program,
they can see a clearer future and pursue it further.

About Institute of Commercial Management (ICM), UK
Established as a charity for global outreach in 1979, the Institute of Commercial Management
(ICM) is the leading professional body for commercial and business development staff. ICM
provides a wide range of professional qualifications in business, management and related
vocational areas. Our programs are designed to address and respond to the training needs as
well as the personal development of learners, whether entering or continuing to work within
the wide and varied commercial sector. ICM exhibits best practice in responding to the
academic and vocational needs of learners by regular liaison and structured feedback
mechanisms, thereby ensuring that we stay in touch with the needs of Centers and learners.
We strive to implement rigor in the award of credit, inclusive in assessment and examination,
accuracy and efficiency in the certification of all our learners undertaking business,
management and related vocational education programs.

UNIQUE AND EXCLUSIVE LIMITED EDITION GUARDIAN TOKIDOKI TRAVEL SERIES – Start Your Travel Adventures with tokidoki!

Guardian Malaysia continues to excite and reward its customers by collaborating with the internationally recognised and iconic lifestyle brand tokidoki and launching its Guardian Exclusive tokidoki Travel Series at discounted prices beginning 31 October until 31 December 2019 in all Guardian stores.
Standing from left: Christine Chew, Channel Head from Nutox, Vean Fong, Key Account Manager from Nutox, Steph Teoh, Customer Development Manager from Dove, Hiap Yi San, Senior Key Account Executive from Ensure Gold, Siew Yann Lin, Key Account Manager from Pantene, Jaynie Lai, Group Customer Development Manager from Blackmores, and DY Cho, Marketing Director, Health and Beauty, South East Asia, Guardian Health And Beauty Sdn Bhd striking a photo with tokidoki dancers and the Guardian Exclusive tokidoki Travel Series at the launch event.

DY Cho, Marketing Director, Health and Beauty, South East Asia, Guardian Health And Beauty Sdn Bhd said; “We are extremely excited to have this collaboration with tokidoki, a brand that has
achieved a global cult-like following with its colourful, eye-catching, larger-than-life characters and art-form created and designed by co-founder and Chief Creative Officer Simone Legno.”

“With this promotion, our customers can purchase these beautiful limited-edition Guardian tokidoki travel bags at more than an incredible 70% discount.” “As a global brand, tokidoki has collaborated with world class brands such as Karl Lagerfeld, the Guggenheim Museum, LeSportsac, Onitsuka Tiger, Marvel, Hello Kitty, Fujitsu, Levi's, Xbox, Barbie, Canon and many others.”

“Therefore Guardian is especially honoured when Simone Legno created the art on 3limited edition travel bags which we call the Guardian Exclusive tokidoki Travel Series. If you look carefully, you will see that the designs are incorporated with health and beauty item elements with the tokidoki characters. You can see some items, for example, like lipstick and nail polish which you can buy at Guardian and you will also see an Orange Store included which represents Guardian stores.”
“We believe that this Guardian Exclusive tokidoki Travel Series will be a hit with our customers because travel is a key part of our modern lifestyle. Our customers’ value experiences that money can’t buy, and travel is one of the best ways to get these experiences. Hence the boom we are seeing in the travel industry currently and what better timing to have this promotion with the year-end Christmas and New Year holidays coming up,” Cho added.

In a special video recorded for this launch, Simone Legno said he was proud to have collaborated with Guardian Malaysia, Malaysia’s leading pharmacy, health and beauty retail chain on this impactful initiative and hoped that these travel bags will inspire a whole new tribe of tokidoki travellers.

Simone said: “Travelling to me is a very important part of the modern lifestyle. To me travelling
inspires me and opens my mind to different cultures and people of the world and gets my creativity going. tokidoki and travelling are synonymous with each other.”

“tokidoki which means ‘sometimes’ in Japanese, signifies waiting for that moment that can change one’s destiny, that can happen in one’s life by chance or by meeting a new person.”

“And travelling can allow that moment to happen,” Simone concluded.

The Guardian Exclusive tokidoki Travel Series contains a Tote Bag, Backpack and a 20
inch Luggage. They are available at a discounted price of;


• Tote Bag RM80 (Purchase with purchase) RSP* RM280
• Backpack RM100 (Purchase with purchase) RSP* RM440
• Luggage RM170 (Purchase with purchase) RSP* RM600
* RSP = Regular Selling Price


To qualify to buy these travel bags at these discounted prices, Guardian customers only need to spend RM30 and above with participating brands in a single receipt or RM50 and above without participating brands in a single receipt.

As the Guardian Exclusive tokidoki Travel Series are limited-edition, purchases are on a first-come, first-served basis.

About Guardian Malaysia
Guardian Malaysia started as a 200-sqft pharmaceutical retail outlet catering to the expatriate community 52 years ago. Today, it is the leading pharmacy, health and beauty retail chain in the country, with more than 440 stores nationwide, providing an unrivalled variety of pharmaceutical, health and beauty products. The chain of stores serves more than 30 million customers across the country.

About tokidoki
tokidoki, which translates to “sometimes” in Japanese, is an internationally-recognised and iconic lifestyle brand based on the vision of Italian artist Simone Legno and his partners, serial entrepreneurs Pooneh Mohajer and Ivan Arnold. Since debuting in 2005, tokidoki has amassed a cult-like following for its larger-than-life characters and emerged as a sought-after global lifestyle brand. tokidoki offers an extensive range of products which include apparel, handbags, cosmetics, accessories, toys and more.

Simone Legno, tokidoki’s Chief Creative Officer, was born in Rome, Italy and from a very young age developed a deep love of Japan and a fascination with world cultures. Combining Legno’s unique talent and creativity with Mohajer’s business acumen, tokidoki has grown exponentially. As an innovative company, tokidoki is known not only for its eye-popping aesthetic and criminally cute characters but also its megawatt partnerships. For more information, please visit www.tokidoki.it

Monday, November 4, 2019

The Herbal Essences bio:renew shampoos and conditioner

Good day to all my readers and followers, everyone has got busy lifestyle. Don't forget that we got to take care ourselves too.

Malaysian consumers are increasingly adopting natural haircare products, which promise to be free from chemical preservatives and additives. Among a rapid influx of brands that claim to be natural or organic, Herbal Essences bio:renew is the only haircare brand in the world with real botanicals endorsed by the Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew which is known as a global authority in plant science. Based in the United Kingdom, RBG Kewwith its living and scientific plant-fungal collections is one of the most biodiverse places on earth. 

[From Left]: Mr Danny Hoh – Customer Director of Watsons Malaysia, Ms Caryn Loh – Managing Director of Watsons Malaysia, Mr Sahil Sethi – Beauty Commercial Director of Watsons Malaysia, Mr Saint Tiu – Principle Scientist of P&G Asia Pacific Haircare, Mr Adly Syairi Ramly – Head of Thinker Studios officiating the national media launch of Herbal Essence.

Kew scientists have identified the botanicals in Herbal Essences’ bio:renew products and also authenticated the key botanicals proving their high efficacy for consumers. Bio:renew technology has an active antioxidant to help fight environmental factors such as water impurities that can compromise the integrity of the hair. The brand continues to partner with RBG Kew to bring cutting edge botanical science to its lineup of Shampoos and Conditioners in Malaysia. This partnership also helps to bring more transparency and give consumers more confidence in the ingredients that go into Herbal Essences bio:renew products.  

“In this day and age where knowledge and information are more easily accessible than ever before, consumers are more educated in what they want and this influences their purchase decisions. Consumers are becoming the driving force behind new trends and growth, especially in the health and beauty industry. There’s also been a shift towards more natural ingredients as consumers look to prolong the long-term health of their hair and become more conscious of their impact on the environment. With this in mind, it is important for Watsons to collaborate with brands that are able to meet this demand from the consumer. Our collaboration with Herbal Essences demonstrates an example of a shared vision of innovation and environmental care in what we offer for the eco-conscious savvy shoppers of today,” said Caryn Loh, Managing Director of Watsons Malaysia.

 “Kew’s dedication to researching and conserving the wonders of nature is a mission close to the heart of our brand Herbal Essences. We completely believe in beauty rooted in plant science. We are also deeply committed to delivering beautiful and rejuvenated hair with the help of the Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew and its knowledge of natural ingredients.said Sahil Sethi, Beauty Commercial Director of P&G Malaysia. 


To commemorate this partnership, Herbal Essences launched ‘#NaturallyLegit’ campaign in an exclusive PR event with Watsons Malaysia. During the launch event, P&G Asia Pacific Haircare Principle Scientist Saint Tiu collaborated with Thinker Studios, a well-known YouTube channel in Malaysiain a unique interactive session,showcasing how Herbal Essences products are formulated with real ingredients with interactive experiments and videos. To give an immersive experience of Herbal Essences’ partnership with Kew, Thinker Studios team will get an exclusive chance to visit the Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew in London for a full day to learn more about the product science behind Herbal Essences. Herbal Essences also announced exciting contests for Thinker Studios fans and Watsons members to get a unique chance to join the trip to Kew Gardens, London. Exciting right? I am sure you like to know more about the contest!


Herbal Essences is the first natural haircare brand and after more than 45 years, it introduced a new line of products that marries the best of nature with science named as ‘Bio:Renew’. In addition to the unforgettable scents for which the brand is known, the Herbal Essences collection features a revolutionary technology a blend of active anti-oxidant signature natural ingredients that helps revive dull, lifeless hair with every wash. Bio:Renew shampoos and conditioners are available in multiple variants that include-Argan Oil of Morocco, White Strawberry & Sweet Mint, White Grapefruit & Mosa Mint, Rosemary & Herbs, Passion Flower & Rice Milk, Coconut Milk, Cucumber & Green Tea, Golden Moringa Oil, Arabica Coffee Fruit and Bourbon & Manuka Honey.

The Herbal Essences bio:renew shampoos and conditioners are available across all Watsons stores nationwide and Watsons Online Store for only RM27.90(400Ml). 

Download the Watsons Mobile App available at Google Play Store or App Store. Follow Thinker Studios Channel, Thinker Studios Instagram handle and Watsons Malaysia Facebook page for details on the exclusive contest to visit the Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew in London.

About Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew 
The Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew is a world-famous scientific organization, internationally respected for its outstanding collections as well as its scientific expertise in plant diversity, conservation and sustainable development in the UK and around the world. Kew Gardens is a major international and a top London visitor attraction. Kew’s 132 hectares of landscaped gardens,and Wakehurst, Kew’s Wild Botanic Garden, attract over 2.3 million visits every year. Kew Gardens was made a UNESCO World Heritage Site in July 2003 and celebrates its 260th anniversary in 2019. Wakehurst is home to Kew's Millennium Seed Bank, the largest wild plant seed bank in the world. Kew receives approximately one-third of its funding from Government through the Department for the Environment, Food and Rural Affairs (Defra) and research councils. Further funding needed to support Kew’s vital work comes from donors, membership and commercial activity including ticket sale

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