Retail Therapy

22 Nov

I have been feeling down lately. Although food comforts me, my best pick-me-upper is shopping. I don’t have to buy anything but I like to browse around the malls or websites. More often than not though, I still buy an item or two or more 🙂

I recently placed an order at Gmarket and while patiently waiting for them to arrive, I bought a few stuff to appease my angst. Here are some of them:

If it is written by Paulo Coelho, it should be good.  I like inspirational books so I got Aleph from Asia Books.

I read many raves about the Hada Labo Super Hyaluronic  Acid but they don’t have it in Watsons. So, I got Hada Labo Arbutin Whitening Lotion instead. I think they ran out of the full size lotion, so I got it in 30 ml bottle. I hope this product can help lighten my pimple scars.

I just got Boots makeup remover wipes on the weekend but I saw the Beauty Formulas cleansing facial wipes on a buy 1 get 1 free promo so I got them. I just hope they won’t dry on me.

The Mistine White Spa Gold Caviar UV White Lotion had me on the gold caviar. I opened this last night as I was really curious. It is moisturising and has gold flecks but I don’t like its smell. Its a typical lotion smell which has no hint of fragrance, if you know what I mean. I have to wait and see about its whitening effect.

This is the first time for me to see My Beauty Diary masks in Watsons so I grabbed one box (which contains two mask sheets) so I can have a try.

 I carry big purses so I got a bag organizer. I got this from

I also got the microfibre spectacles cleaner from

I got a few other stuff, inexpensive items, on the weekend but they were a waste. I wanted to try nail stamping art so I got a fake Konad set and it was a fail. Some hair accessories which I got did not live up to my expectation too. Well, I got them cheap so I shouldn’t expect much.

There are quite few sales and promotions in Bangkok and it’s really a big temptation out there with some hard-to-resist deals.

My recent shopping trips took my mind off things. I know retail therapy is fleeting but I was happy. I am also glad to be able to control buying other many other things which I may regret later 😉



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