Product Review - Beaudex Kids

~ Posted on Tuesday, March 27, 2018 at 7:43 AM ~

As a busy mum with 4 kiddos between 1.5year-old to 9-years old, I have started cutting down on doing product reviews to focus on our childcare and family life, home cooking, education, helping with hubby's administration site of the business and sharing informational articles on my FB fan page so I am only accepting and prioritizing products that can fit into our family dynamics (especially books on parenting or educational stuff, family products, something along those genre)! Today's post is my review on Beaudex Kids range of products.

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Beaudex Kids

About the company/products:

"We believe in providing the best for our children. As parents, we were seeking for a brand that appeals to the children A brand that would instill the importance of personal hygiene in them. We wanted products that were mild, gentle and safe for our children. We realised we were not alone in this search, and this inspired the creation of Beaudex Kids.

Beaudex Kids is a wellness brand built on strong family values: honesty, dedication and community. Our products must not just be safe for children, they must be accessible too. Quality and affordability is foremost on our minds, as we set out to empower people to live happy and healthy lives."

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I received the following products for my review. Eye catching colour on each bottle with cute superhero illustrations that appeals to young children, for sure! FYI, the products are specially crafted to be mild, gentle and safe for children and there are free from paraben, SLE/SLS and soap. They are also developed using a combination of Oat milk, soymilk and rice milk to bring out the glow in our children's complexion.

Beaudex Kids

A quick feedback on the packaging of the products - I like the long slim nozzle on the bottles. You just need to lightly press with the palm of your hands to squeeze out the amount of liquid you required.

Beaudex Kids

The first product that my kiddos were so excited to try is the Bubble Bath. From time to time, our girls love playing in their bath tub and of course, I let them try this out and see how it goes. It smells good and made loads of bubble foam, which our girls enjoy playing with.

I personally love the Yogurt Body Wash as it smells so so good! I know cos' I use it sometimes hahaha...

Beaudex Kids

The Hair Shampoo is great as well and cleans the hair thoroughly without leaving any greasy residue behind. A little dab of the shampoo is enough for the job and my kiddos' hair smells good after that!

For the final product which is the Head-to-Toe Wash, I like a product that covers head to toe and the idea of one simple product that handles everything top to bottom so this is also regularly being use when my kiddos take their bath.

In summary, a wonderful range of products that is suitable for children to use, one that us parents won't have to worry about chemical ingredients etc... I'm thankful that we have been given the privilege to try them out!

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At present, the products can be found in Bath & Kids, Lot S212, Second Floor (on the link bridge), 1Utama Shopping Centre.

Beaudex Kids

The products will be made available in major pharmacies and supermarkets in the near future.

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Do note that I received no monetary compensation for this review, I was provided with the products in order to facilitate my review. All opinions expressed in this post are my own. Please do your own research when purchasing products, as your opinions may differ from mine.

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Angpow Story - Nasi Lemak

~ Posted on Thursday, March 8, 2018 at 11:23 AM ~

I have been sharing some of my favorite angpow pieces on an angpow collectors group in Facebook and some members have been telling me to continue sharing my memorable stories and so I thought, why not write it down, that way, our kiddos can read about it when they grow up next time, eh?

For those of you who are not familiar or never heard of the words 'Angpow' (also known as 'ang pau', 'ang pao', 'angpau'), here is a quick definition:

Angpow = Red Packet (filled with cash inside) given during festivals

So for today's angpow story, it comes from this piece of lovely angpow:

Angpow Story

Take a good look at the yummylicious looking nasi lemak at the bottom right of the angpow. NASI LEMAK.

I remembered even at young age, I fell in love with nasi lemak. Just love love love nasi lemak. When I was young (before 12 yrs old), my late mum will tapau (it means take-away in Cantonese) nasi lemak for my breakfast and I will patiently pour out the rice onto a big plate, flattened the rice with either my palm or the back of the spoon and then slowly cut the boiled eggs into small cubes and decorated the boiled eggs, kacang (ground nuts) and ikan bilis on the rice. (Sorry I don't eat vegetables back then so cucumber got chucked away ooopss..). Once done, my plate of nasi lemak looks like a gorgeous cake... which I lovingly 'cut' into slices and devoured slowly, 'slice by slice'... such a memorable experience...

The best nasi lemak I have ever tasted in my life is the Indian lady stall right at the motorcycle parking in my old government flat last time. Have shifted out from there for 11 years, I don't know whether she is still alive or around or not. Her nasi lemak will always remain at number 1 in my nasi lemak top chart. Unbeatable.

Number 2 would be the pakcik selling the nasi lemak in between the alleys at Jalan Bukit Bintang before HSBC building. The last I recalled, there are some Arabs restaurants in that area and it changed so much I can't recall much.

Number 3 would be the nasi lemak from Village Park restaurant in Damansara Uptown. For those of you who think their nasi lemak is the best, nah.. it is number 3 in my list.

For those of you who want to read the story about the coffee cup in this pic, I mentioned about a childhood memory on it too. You can read it on my angpow - kopitiam post.

Anyway, thank you for reading my story today and I hope that my nasi lemak story will brings back happy memories to you too!


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Angpow Story - Wendy's

~ Posted on Wednesday, February 7, 2018 at 11:04 AM ~

I have been sharing some of my favorite angpow pieces on an angpow collectors group in Facebook and some members have been telling me to continue sharing my memorable stories and so I thought, why not write it down, that way, our kiddos can read about it when they grow up next time, eh?

For those of you who are not familiar or never heard of the words 'Angpow' (also known as 'ang pau', 'ang pao', 'angpau'), here is a quick definition:

Angpow = Red Packet (filled with cash inside) given during festivals

So for today's angpow story, it comes from this piece of lovely angpow:

Angpow Story

When I was pregnant with my first child, I had cravings for fast food and during that time, Wendy's first opened an outlet at Jaya One and hubby brought me there to try out the new restaurant. I ordered the chicken burger and fell in love with the meal! I had it so many times, averaging about 3 times a week, and ALWAYS ordering the same meal EVERYTIME. Hubby got so jelak but went along to accompany me hahaha...

As the months go by, we noticed the burgers are getting smaller, the condiments shrinking, the price increasing... so we changed to McDonalds, Carls Jnr and even Burger King. Anything to satisfy my fast food craving.

Until today I do miss eating Wendy's burger set but decided not to whenever I think of the price and portion wise.

Luckily first child is not a girl, else I think will be named as Wendy lol!!!


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