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Just an ordinary woman who is struggling with life and study. Nothing much interesting. zufiaz87@gmail.com

Wednesday, 27 July 2016

kulit muka licin dan berkilat (3)

After a few months of hiatus, I am back with the skin care advice??lol..
(caution: this entry consist of few selfie, kalau menyampah, tak yah bace..)

Yes, I know that I am not the right person to refer to if you are having a problem with your skin, but  it worth sharing some experience though! :)

I know every women dreamt of flawless, clear skin. So do I. And I know how stressful and miserable your life will be when your skin full of acne. I've been through the ups and downs skin condition, and I heart you, babe!!

Fortunately my skin was not really terrific, only few stubborn acne on the face, but I felt really stress with that condition because it was like going to live there forever!!! oh god!

If you already came cross to my previous post about skin -> http://chaidan-op.blogspot.my/2012/12/kulit-muka-licin-dan-berkilat-2.html?showComment=1465720576489 I think you would really like to know the progress right?? Let me be honest to you, in the UK, I was having the very worst skin condition ever (hopefully it won't happen again after this,,fuhhh).

The first and second year, I tried to use clinique products again and tell you what, the products were really a nightmare for me! My skin got a breakout, from dried skin to very very dried skin, and the pimples were like everywhere (I know this a little bit exaggerate, but that was how I felt back then). Then I went back to the clinic that I mention in my previous post (Klinik Dr Ramizi I think), and met Dr Rohani again, she said I was having an allergy response towards pollen (as I am an asthmatic person) and gave me the advice to take some supplement whilst living the UK, and continue with the acnotin. And its honestly not really work to me anymore, so I did tried using hadalabo for maintaining the moisture of my skin,  krim kunyit tia emilia on the night, and isispharma products for pigmentation (neotone products- these actually the name of product suggested by doc, that I forgot on previous posted). And alhamdulillah after the struggle, my skin getting better! :)

First and second year..full of acne! Me, the one in front. 

Hadalabo products that I used until now. Kalau kulit kering, ni la penyelamat.. both. You can find it in watsons ke, guardian ke..

Neotone, biasanya beli through ebay kt UK, tapi most of the doctor pakar kulit in Malaysia macam suka products ni(mungkin sebab ada beberapa org kawan pun pernah disuggest guna isispharma ni), so boleh beli dengan depa, kot??

The third and forth year in the UK seem the ups and downs of my skin but I don't really mind as it was not really bad as in first and second year. In the struggle to get the flawless, clear skin, I did tried other home remedies for acne, turmeric mask (tak insap2 sufiah ni kan??fuhhh..) and that time I figured out my skin is really good towards turmeric (as I did applied the krim kunyit before). So, I made my own turmeric mask (turmeric + honey+ milk powder) and applied on my skin. Not really amazed with the result, but once my friend said, my skin looks really fresh in the morning just after I woke up. Okay la tu...

Both masa third year, alhamdulillah skin makin better!! :)

And the other product that I used from the early this year until now is bareminerals make up. I don't know where to buy in Malaysia, but if you really want the natural looking skin, I am totally recommend this product. Its not only cover your acne, but in my case, it cure the acne. Alhamdulillah!! :) Even though now I am not really committed with makeup (been obsessed for few months before), but I think it worth to try!!

Memang tak nampak sangat perubahan nye pun, kata nak natural.. heee

From Muar, with love..

Missing Birmingham really much...huhuhuhu

Saturday, 16 January 2016

Promise yourself...

To be so strong that nothing can disturb your peace of mind.
To talk health, happiness, and prosperity to every person you meet.
To make all your friends feel that there is something in them
To look at the sunny side of everything and make your optimism come true.

To think only the best, to work only for the best, and to expect only the best.
To be just as enthusiastic about the success of others as you are about your own.

To forget the mistakes of the past and press on to the greater achievements of the future.
To wear a cheerful countenance at all times and give every living creature you meet a smile.

To give so much time to the improvement of yourself that you have no time to criticize others.
To be too large for worry, too noble for anger, too strong for fear, and too happy to permit the presence of trouble.

To think well of yourself and to proclaim this fact to the world, not in loud words but great deeds.
To live in faith that the whole world is on your side so long as you are true to the best that is in you.”

(Christian D. Larson, Your Forces and How to Use Them)

From Birm, with love,

Tuesday, 12 January 2016

Solo woman traveler!

Most of my friends asking me to write a travelog. Unfortunately, I don't have enough time to even think about writing (I mean, a long one) for all my travel experiences. Beside, I am now really in the middle of my thesis writing stuffs (for sure you can imagine how miserable and hectic my life would be, nowwww....) 

But yeah, for summarising, here are few tips for a solo woman traveler like me:

1. Plan your journey ahead. Please, if you are going to the non-english country, please bear in your mind that not all people there understand what you are talking and asking for. You should plan your itinerary ahead, where to go, what to do, how to get the public transport, etc. Although you can just ask it directly from the tourist information kiosk/centre, but incase you couldn't find any, atleast you already got the plan with you.

2. Make sure you have enough money, or atleast credit or debit card with you. Yes, you did plan for the journey, what to and not to spend for, but, sometimes you might overspend it. Always happen to me, whilst buying souvenirs for my relatives and friends..huhuhu...

3. If you're travelling during winter, please make sure you bring a lots of warm cloths. Once, I was stuck in the middle of night, on the stormy winter season, where the temperature was -10c, during my transit for the  next destination. And I was like, its really too cold for me to handle the -ve temperature. But luckily, I did bring few sweaters that make me warm that night...fuhhhh.... 

4. Just bring a few foods, cereal bars, incase you need to munching during the journey. But, still, you can just buy a lots of food during your journey. There are a lot of super/mini markets along your way, though! :) And if you're staying in a hostel basis accomodation, there are usually near to mini markets to buy some groceries to cook in their kitchen!! :) But if you're a muslim like me, you need to be specially aware about the ingredients of what you want buy (you need to avoid the alcohol and meat based things!).

5. Have faith!! Whatever your religion is, have faith that God will help you if you're stuck in anything.. Or atleast, have faith in your ownself!!

6. Lastly, just enjoy your 'me' time! yeahhh!!!

From Birm, with love,

The untold feeling

In the middle of nowhere.. You hardly found that yourself lost..

You, yes, you.. are actually hoping for a 'miracle' helping hand, to, atleast ease the journey..

Ease the pain, and show you the light..

But, you just realised that you're really alone.. No one ever want to be with you, no one ever want to help you..No one, except THE ONE who created you..

At this stage, there is no one to rely on, only to the Almighty shall we return to..

The feeling..the untold feeling...

It might blow away through the wind, one day. But before the day come, you really feel it hard to adapt...

The untold feeling...

The feeling of a little woman, an ordinary little woman, who still struggling with her life and happiness...

From Birm, with love,