Tuesday, January 25, 2011

Review : Avon Solution Total Radiance Am / Pm Cream




i have try this product and it is the best cream for me..other than ANEW cream  and Olay natural white (i will write a review later) that i have tried..this cream is suitable to my sensitive-dry skin because it is so moisturizing..this cream has SHEA BUTTER..and i think maybe this cream was not very suitable for oily skin ( remember i said maybe, not that i said that you can't try it), i fear that i will make your skin more oil..but i can tell you that this cream penetrate in my skin very well other than ANEW and Olay natural white (maybe i am not suitable to that cream). this cream is not a gel texture..when i wear this cream on my face it feel so smooth and easy to apply compare to Olay which irritate my skin. during wearing this cream i see no difference in my skin tone and my fine lines, but it moisturize my skin very well compare to the 2 cream that i mention before..after a few weeks it started to show some changes in my skin..although i have tried ANEW and OLAY natural white i keep coming back to this cream..maybe i haven;t found the perfect cream on my face other than this cream..^_^



Description on AM cream:
The light,oil free SPF 15 cream contains unique light activated system that activates, as the level of environmental (like sun exposures) increase. It enhance skin radiance and improve skin texture ,tone and clarity. Skin looks beautifully healthy and radiant.

benefit am cream: moisturizing,has SPF 15,no skin breakout,no irritation.




Description on PM cream:
This replenishing cream, formulated with ULEX EUROPEA FLOWER extract, boost the natural hydrator deep within skin's surface and enhances its ability to lock in moisture. It is also formulated to help boost skin's nightly cell renewal and micro-circulation. Reveals brighter,healthier-looking skin.

benefit pm cream : moisturizing, reveal a brighter and radiance skin when you wake up next day,no skin breakout and no irritation.


overall:****
moisture:*****
night cream:***
day cream:***

will i buy it again: of cause i will

Entah


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Monday, January 24, 2011

8 spectacular driving adventures


This is the place where you would like to go for an adventure,this 8 place i took from cnngo.com.For more info you can check at their website at the bottom of this post.

1. Clearwater Bay Road to Po Toi O, Hong Kong



Arrive at a picturesque fishing village at the end of the drive.
Driving in Hong Kong can be a stressful affair with constant bullying by mean taxi and mad minibus drivers. But head just outside of the bottleneck areas, and there are some great roads for weekend cruising. For a great afternoon excursion, take Clearwater Bay Road all the way to Po Toi O. Be sure to arrive at Po Toi O just before sunset; it’s a picturesque little fishing village where you can feast on delicious, fresh seafood Canto dishes. And just before hitting Po Toi O, on Tai Au Mun Road, one might catch sight of a row of cars parked off to one side. The drivers are likely flying their model airplanes on the cliff overlooking the beautiful bay.

2. Hokkaido Scenic Byway, Japan












You don't need to fly to Europe to admire fields of lavender stretching to the horizon. There are six designated scenic byways in Hokkaido offering landscapes not unlike those in the Swiss Alps or Provence in France. Just go for a drive on the Taisetsu-Furano scenic byway. This route trumps Provence in one very important way -- it has hot spring baths. To soak your cares away, check into the onsen resorts of Highland Furano or Furano La Terre. For a bit more country charm, check out the quaint, little Hutte Barden Kamifurano.


3. Jeju Island coastal drives, South Korea



South Korea’s resort island of Jeju offers vacationers an easy-going leisure drive along its coastal Ilju Road (Road 12). If staying at The Shilla, cruise the 5.6 kilometers from Mount Songaksan to the base of Mount Sangbansan. Drive up Mount Songaksan for beautiful ocean vistas. The island’s inactive volcanoes, Mount Hallasan, Seongsan Ilchulbong and lava tubes at Manjanggul Cave, have been designated a UNESCO World Heritage site.

4. Phuket Northeast Loop, Thailand



Tired of lazing around the villa pool? Then go for a road trip on Phuket’s Northeast loop. From Heroines Monument, head east along highway 4027. Along the way, pass by fishing villages and shrimp farms, admire the limestone cliffs of Phang Nga Bay with its James Bond island (named because it appears in "The Man With The Golden Gun") and other islands in the distance. You can also take a drive past Mission Hills Golf Course.

5. Tibetan Highlands, China



On the Road in China organizes a 16-day drive from Kunming, Yunnan or Chengdu, Sichuan through the eastern Tibetan Plateau onto Lhasa. Try yak butter tea, picnic by the side of remote glacial lakes and join crowds of colorful Tibetan pilgrims, murmuring prayers as they circumnavigate the Jokhang Temple. Driving in China requires a Chinese driver’s license, which On the Road in China can arrange.

6. Hai Van Pass, Vietnam



Top Gear presenter Jeremy Clarkson described Hai Van Pass thus: “A deserted ribbon of perfection -- one of the best coast roads in the world”. But on this route, the going gets a little more tough. Hai Van means “ocean clouds” in English. The pass, near Bach Ma National Park, no doubt got its name from the ocean mists that cloud visibility on this winding mountain road overlooking the South China Sea.

7. Leh-Manali Highway, India



This road trip to Ladakh is definitely not a drive to be attempted by fair-weather or weekend motorists. The Leh-Manali Highway, which crosses some of the highest mountain passes in the world (up to 5,000 meters), is driving for adrenaline junkies and those not prone to altitude sickness. Due to snow and the possibility of landslides, the road is only open from June to mid-September. Worth visiting are the many Buddhist monasteries perched high up on cliffs in the region such as Hemis and Lamayuru.

8. Wheel-2-Wheel

Hong Kong, China, Laos, Thailand, Vietnam, Cambodia, Malaysia, Indonesia, East Timor to Australia


Wheel-2-Wheel is planning a 100-day, 20,000km fundraising motorbike journey through Asia in support of one local charity in each country. Following in the footsteps of Ewan McGregor and Charley Boorman’s Long Way Round bike trip, a camera crew will follow Morgan Parker and Simon Lock’s adventures through Asia raising awareness for a whole host of charities including Child’s Dream in Laos, New Hope in Cambodia and Baan Gerda in Thailand, among others.

check their website here:http://www.cnngo.com/explorations

Diet Tips: How To Eat Less


  1. Eat less. More often. Rather than eating large meals, chop up your eating into smaller portions throughout the day.
  2. Don't eat right before going to bed.
  3. Brush your teeth early. 
  4. Kick the sugar habit. If you drink sugared soft drinks (I used to be a Mt. Dew and Coke fan), replace them either with their diet counterparts or water. This can make a very, very big difference.
  5. Eat vegetables before the main course. Whenever possible,  make sure to have an ample serving of a vegetable (you get very few calories for the amount you eat) before eating the denser main course--often a meat or fish. You'll need less of the dense stuff to be happy.
  6. Update your spreadsheet daily. Keeping a running count will help you ration out the rest of your daily calorie allowance.
  7. Get used to leftovers. When you eat out, expect to take some of your meal home. If you eat standard restaurant portions, you'll almost certainly overeat.
  8. Shop with calories in mind. When you're at the grocery store, spends some extra time reading the labels and nutritional information. You'll probably end up changing your shopping habits along the way. You'd be surprised by the how widely the calorie counts in various granola bars varies, for example.
  9. Slow down! When you eat fast, you end up ingesting more food before you body has a chance to figure out that it's satisfied (not full).
  10. Drink more water during the day. This is fairly generic advice, but definitely seems to help.
  11. Trick yourself with gum. Sometimes we eat out of habit or because it just feels good to get some flavor in your mouth and chew for a while. Find yourself some sugar-free chewing gum and use it when the urge strikes.
  12. Reduce the amount of breads, chips, crackers, and salty snacks you eat. A lot of starchy and/or salty food make you want to eat and drink even more. This comes straight out of Atkins diet culture.
pic from: google source

Sunday, January 23, 2011

10 Foods That Make You Sleepy and 10 That Keep You Up

Sleepy

  1. oatmeal
  2. almond
  3. honey
  4. whole-grain bread
  5. Cherries
  6. herbal teas
  7. dark chocolate
  8. hummus
  9. bananas
  10. turkey
Keep you up

  1. Caffeine
  2. Aged cheese
  3. Spicy food
  4. Processed or smoked meats
  5. Alcohol
  6. Milk chocolate
  7. Tomato based sauces
  8. Ginseng Tea
  9. Energy drinks
  10. Soy


for muslim we are not allowed to drink alcohol ok..remember that.. :D


Tuesday, January 4, 2011

Talking to the Moon



I know you're somewhere out there
Somewhere far away
I want you back
I want you back
My neighbors think
I'm crazy
But they don't understand
You're all I have
You're all I have

Chorus:

At night when the stars
light up my room
I sit by myself

Talking to the Moon
Try to get to You
In hopes you're on
the other side
Talking to me too
Or am I a fool
who sits alone
Talking to the moon

I'm feeling like I'm famous
The talk of the town
They say
I've gone mad
Yeah
I've gone mad
But they don't know
what I know

Cause when the
sun goes down
someone's talking back
Yeah
They're talking back

Chorus:

At night when the stars
light up my room
I sit by myself
Talking to the Moon
Try to get to You
In hopes you're on
the other side
Talking to me too
Or am I a fool
who sits alone
Talking to the moon

Ahh Ahh,
Ahh Ahh,

Do you ever hear me calling?
Cause every night 
I'm talking to the moon
Still trying to get to you

In hopes you're on
the other side
Talking to me too
Or am I a fool
who sits alone
Talking to the moon

I know you're somewhere out there
Somewhere far away

-Bruno Mars
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