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Murad Blemish Control & Murad Age-Reform @ MURAD

Malaysia is always hot and humid.
Putting a layer of thick, heavy or rich face serums and moisturizers on a 36-38 degree day are enough to make us break out into an uncomfortable feeling.
I don't like it!
If you have been a reader of mine for a while, you probably already know that I normally have a combination skin type whereby my T-zone can be very oily while the other parts are pretty dry; so my picks for the skincare products are always lightweight, chill that will not burden my skin, but at the same time will keep my skin hydrated, glowing, and feeling fresh throughout the stickiest of hot days in Malaysia.
So, if you are interested in knowing which serums and moisturizers I have in my current collection now, you should just keep on reading to find out. :)

Travel with Hippo to Perth @ Swan Valley

Hello guys!
This is the continuation of my Travel with Hippo to Perth stories.
Long overdue,  I know, so here comes the last travel post in Western Australia.
Thanks for those who stayed with me from the first post till now, I'm deeply appreciate for that.
If you are new to my blog, and are interested to read more about my Perth trip, feel free to click on the label "Perth" at #Hippoaroundtheworld on the right, then you will be redirected to the page that full of my travel stories in Perth.
I've shared all the places I went in Perth, and also what's best to eat in Perth as well.
Hope you guys find the information I shared are useful if you are visiting Perth for the first time.
And today, I would like to share a new attraction place in Perth, Swan valley that I visited before we flew back home.
So, shall we begin now? :)

How to survive alone in the Wilderness @ Travel Tips

I'm a wanderlust.
I love exploring nature, meeting new friends, learning about different culture, and I love to write blogs to share the things I discovered on my travels.
However, Lik always worry about my safety when I traveled by myself.
He always asked me what if I get lost in the forest or desert, and you have to survive by yourself while waiting for help.
To be honest, I have never ever asked myself “what would I do if put in the same situation?”.
There would be chances to suffer from hallucinations, dehydration, frostbite, hypothermia, and starvation when they spend several days in the snow, desert or forest.
There is also the risk of been attacked by wild animals.
For that reason, I created this post and hoping to give myself and also everyone here some crucial tips should you find yourself in this unfortunate situation.