Pasjel Baby Blink Whitening Soap

Pasjel Baby Blink Whitening Soap

I hate to admit it but society does have this thing wherein it forces everyone to believe in the same definition of beauty. Yes, we're more open-minded now but few years ago, if you ask majority of the people to describe their version of a pretty girl, you'll probably get answers among this lines: petite, fair complexion, flawless, and/or long black hair. I somehow find it offending - given my brownish skin and a bit bigger hip and body built. During those times, I got obsessed with making my skin whiter. 

I tried whitening soap, bleaches, oral whitening pills and almost got the injectable Saluta whitening thing. I wanted to conform to what it beautiful to majority. I know I'm not the only one. It honestly took me years to really appreciate everything about me and I'm proud to say that makeup played a big role in it.

Where am I really going with this? Well, nothing much really. I would just want to share my sentiments on beauty and of course share my experiences on some of the things I tried so far.

One of the most popular and effective whitening products that is available today is PasJel. Especially PasJel Baby Blink Whitening Soap.

 It's really effective in lightening scars that aren't deep. Though I can't say much for the entire skin color as I was only able to try one bar. But based on its performance so far, I think it's safe to say that it as effective as other whitening soaps I tried before.

This soap doesn't melt as easily like other whitening soaps. Cutting it to little parts proves to be useful, still. More importantly, it doesn't dry up my hair nor my skin! I can let it sit on my entire body for several minutes to soak in the organic goodness and not worry about drying my skin like a chalkboard after.

Overall, I would recommend this to those who yearns to be few shades lighter or those with light marks from previous injuries that are on the surface of the skin as it proves to be helpful in lightening those kind of scars. It's a great buy actually. 

I'm even planning to buy the PasJel Baby Blink Whitening Soap and the PasJel Everbright Blue Body Cream. I heard it's the bomb! 

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Monday, January 20, 2014 Leave a comment



October, already . . .
It’s generally about this time of the year when I become diligent in my skincare routine, with Summer on the horizon.
When I was in NYC I hauled back a mother-load of Clarins products. Sadly my supply of full sized products and samples are now running low.
On the weekend I restocked on the Total Eye Concentrate and also the Super Restorative Serum.
It’s time to hydrate!
Cleanse and Tone! I love this Toning Lotion, it’s so refreshing.
Sarah London
Must not neglect the delicate décolleté area! I’ve been applying the concentrate as soon as I step out of the shower.
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The Total Eye Concentrate and the Super Restorative Serum I apply next.
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Following with an application of Day Cream in the morning and I’m good to go, with skin that is feeling fresh and nourished!
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To keep my lips soft and supple I’ve been applying the fabulous Kiehl’s Lip Balm #1.
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My skin has also been soaking up the lovely hydrating Body Lotion from the Sukin range of skincare.
I can see myself purchasing more of their products in the future, love, love!
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I also splashed out on two Essie polishes on the weekend. Fifth Avenue and Blanc!
I hesitated briefly on the Blanc, would I actually like bright white nails. I’m happy to say that I’ve lacquered my nails in Blanc and I love the crisp white – beautiful!
Sarah London
Do you have a skincare routine that you follow diligently? Do you have a favourite skincare product that you absolutely love?

Tuesday, January 7, 2014 Leave a comment



My beautiful daughter is engaged!
He, proposed in Sydney, just before dinner at Aria.
I’m soooo very happy for them!
Time to indulge and share a few pictures!
My daughter!
The ring!
The first date!
Uni, grad day!
If he is willing to carry the Louis . . . then he is a keeper! He is also a Sous Chef . . . tick, tick!
So they became engaged a month ago and then last week they decided that they would like an apartment of their own.
A lovely apartment was found, boxes were packed with belongings, a removalist truck arrived and delivered all the boxes to their new apartment.
A day was spent shopping for household essentials.
And also a few accessories!
And so, the next chapter of all our lives begins . . . thankfully their new apartment is only ten minutes away.

Sunday, January 5, 2014 Leave a comment

Hello and Merry Christmas to all!

Hello and Merry Christmas to all!

I just noticed that my last blog post was way back in early November! Goodness me!
Time does fly!
I hope everyone had a beautiful Christmas. I’m so looking forward to 2014, I love this time of the year.
The Sarah London Yarn Club launched in November, palettes to inspire were sent worldwide.
My husband and I found the perfect house (we had been looking for quite awhile)!
We were given the keys to our new home two weeks ago, so we have been moving house in between Christmas festivities.
A peek inside! Once we get settled and I catch my breath I’ll give you a little tour.
A few people had thought that we had moved to the ocean and were living by the sea. No, we are still in the country, it’s the third home that we have purchased in the same suburb over the years.
Beautiful blooms!
We were invited to the street Christmas party and we got to meet all our new neighbours.
It was a lovely evening, I did a simple platter.
We had a fab Christmas Day, the kids opened their presents in the morning and then we went over to my brothers for Christmas dinner. I was asked to bring some Fried Rice without egg or prawns due to my nephew having allergies.
Robert, the sous chef (Emma’s fiance) chopped all the ingredients for me within minutes, we tossed and fried and made the biggest batch of fried rice. And, it was scrumptious! I’m going to make another lot soon, I’ll post our simple recipe for you when I do. We substituted shallots with a leek as the grocery stores were all out of bunches of shallots on Christmas Eve! I think I’ll not bother with shallots at all and always toss in a leek!
Santa was good to me! A sweet Tiffany horseshoe pendant and the pair of Steve Madden shoes I’d been coveting.
I best get back to the unpacking and sorting!
I’ll be back soon with a PDF pattern party to welcome in the New Year!

Tuesday, December 24, 2013 Leave a comment

New Pattern! Sophie

New Pattern! Sophie

Saturated with bursts of bright colour, Sophie is new for 2014!
If you’re expecting this year or know someone who is, then this is a quick and easy blanket to hook . . . to gift or keep!
Raid your stash for oddments of yarn, it’s not necessary to go out and purchase skeins of yarn. Each round is worked in a different hue, so utilise left over yarn from previous projects.
Sophie | Sarah London
Of course, this pattern would work well made to a single bed size also.
Rectangular in shape, make a bassinet, cot, stroller, pram or big bed blanket!
Sophie | Sarah London
Select colours to co-ordinate with your decor!
Sophie | Sarah London
Unwind and relax whilst working each round . . . it’s so therapeutic!
Sophie | Sarah London
The PDF pattern for Sophie is available now, in the store!
I hope your New Year has begun well.
Happiest of New Years to all!

Wednesday, December 11, 2013 Leave a comment

Yarn Club … Palettes to Inspire!

Yarn Club … Palettes to Inspire!

Delivered direct to your door each month, you’ll be able to touch, feel and absorb the colour saturation of the yarn I’ve currently been crocheting with.
You’ll be able to pop the curated colour card into your handbag and whilst shopping for yarn refer to it – matching locally available yarns with the palette. You will also receive detailed information as to where the yarns are available online for purchase.
Details and sign up are below!
Subscriptions are currently open.
Every month, members will receive a scrumptious yarn sample card. A beautiful curated palette to inspire and guide you when auditioning hues for your future projects. Included with each yarn sample card is info detailing specific information regarding yarn composition, gauge along with where to purchase information. Members will also receive a free complementary PDF crochet pattern each month.
You may choose to pay your subscription in full or opt for monthly payments if you prefer. 
Subscriptions are limited so be quick to secure your membership!
Monthly subscription rates (shipping included) are as below:
Australia $8 AU
Rest of the World $13 AU
Sign up for your membership today!

Sunday, September 8, 2013 Leave a comment

Cathedral Windows Quilt

Cathedral Windows Quilt

Cathedral Windows Quilt
My easy to piece, Cathedral Windows quilt featured in Australian Quilters Companion magazine, Issue 33 back in 2008.
The complete step by step instructions are now available FREE online here!

Wednesday, July 10, 2013 Leave a comment

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