Aug 28, 2015

Spa Review (Go60)

Checking out Go60 which is Singapore’s only fixed-price lifestyle spa boutique concept by Mary Chia Holdings Limited. Located conveniently at the Esplanade MRT (Circle Line), along the lane leading to Suntec City and Marina Square.

Go60 is all about creating an enjoyable and pampering experience for you. Expect high-quality treatments at a price tag you will love. There are no prepaid packages or price uncertainty.


The range of 60-min services to cater to your wants; all at S$60 nett! 
Go60 aspires to make facial, massage and slimming services an alternative form of lifestyle. For busy executives who need a quick pick-me-up, GO60 offers effective, affordable and fuss-free options —be it a facial, much-needed massage or a detox wellness session to kickstart a sluggish metabolism or to alleviate water-retention problems.
Cosy treatment room that made you feel relaxed.

The treatment I had: Most Advanced Hydrating Facial Treatment (60-min/Retail Price $60)

A hydrating facial treatment that incorporates the seven-step, Spanish Manual Lymphatic Drainage (MLD) technique. The MLD massage helps to remove toxins and keeps the cells healthy. The lymph system is part of the body’s natural defence system. Massaging it will help the lymph system deliver nutrients to the cells as well as carry away cellular waste, bacteria and toxins. The massage also reduces facial puffiness - it alleviates fatigue as well as aids in all types of swelling from surgery to injury recovery. The lymph system carries water away, and with a facial lymphatic massage, you can experience a less swollen-looking appearance. Finally, the massage invigorates the skin, tissues and nerves to unveil an ageless appearance. It relieves stress in the body and awakens a more vibrant you.

I fell asleep quite quickly during the massage. Using specially-concocted aromatherapy oil, I felt relaxed instantly and just dozed off.
The therapist finished off the facial with a cooling cream mask which felt really rejuvenated.

A cup of warm tea after the treatment. 
Will I be back? Yes, surely, even if I am not sponsored. The therapist was very professional and well-trained. No hard selling experienced at the spa too. 

On a side note: llao llao was along that stretch too;-p
G60 Spa is located at: 
Address: 90 Bras Basah Road, Esplanade Xchange #B1-24 S (189562)

Contact: 6338 0660

Operating Hours: 11am-9pm (Mon-Sat), 11am-8pm (Sun, PH)


Aug 17, 2015

Win Win Snacks Review

Just feel like having some crisps? Potato crisps from Win Win Food are so delectable, once you start it is hard to stop. Oops. 

First thing that caught my eyes were the packaging. The icon was just such a cutie. I bought it to make my day brighter.

Potato Crisps by Win Win Foods come in different flavours to satisfy your palates. 

All potato crisps are packed in portable packs for on-the-go snacks. 

The easy to bring along packs, allowed me to bring 1 or 2 packs in my bag to curb the sudden hunger pangs. 

Some background on Win Win Food

Win Win Food is a leading manufacturer of delectable potato crisps, cereal crisps, corn snacks, wafer rolls, chocolate sweets and a wide range of other delicious biscuit and cookie products.

Nutritional Data:
AttributesPer Serving (20g)
Total Fat4g
Saturated Fat1.8g
Trans Fat0g
Dietary Fibre0.3g

Dietary Information: Halal, Vegetarian
  • Country Of Origin: Malaysia
  • Credit: NTUC Fairprice Website

    All Win Win Foods products are made from fresh potatoes. They are also Halal certified. To meet the health conscious demands of today’s consumers, many of Win Win’s products are completely vegetarian. Win Win’s tasty snacks are packaged in fun, bold and distinctive wrappers, and most importantly, have that Win Win taste.

    Whether you are a kiddo or a adult, you cannot help but will fall in love with Win Win's Potato Crisps. Eating healthily can be fun and interesting too.

    Do check out Win Win Potato Crisp at the major supermarkets. For a box at S$2.20, it has 8 convenience packs in it.

    Happy Snacking! Munch munch.