Review | Vzone Trimmer & Shaver by pH Care

Practicing a good personal hygiene helps us to feel good and be confident about ourselves. Good personal hygiene includes proper grooming of our bikini area. It keeps our intimate area neat, reduces unwanted odor and helps prevent infection.

Now, let me introduce you to Unilab’s new product called VZone by PH Care. It is a line intimate grooming essentials specially designed for the delicate bikini area.

Vzone® by pH Care® Bikini Trimmer 

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The Bikini Trimmer has rounded tips to help prevent accidental cuts and shorter handle for better control.

Vzone® by pH Care® Bikini Shaver 

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VZone’s bikini shaver has comb design with protective skin guard to minimize irritation. It has mini-blade which is only 5/8″ wide to reach delicate bikini area plus an easy grip handle design for better control. It has also soothing aloe vera moisture strips.

My Thoughts:

I like that the bikini trimmer has rounded tips for safety purpose. The short handle is not just for control but also made it very handy. And the soft pink color defined it as a girl must have.

For the bikini shaver, I really like the 5/8″ wide blade. Now I can reach the delicate areas that were out of reach by my previous shaver. The Comb design with a protective skin guard not just minimize irritation, but also helps avoid cuts. And the thing that I like the most is the soothing aloe vera, moisture strips to keep the skin moisturized.

This two is definitely a girl’s must have. It is very handy so it can go with your hygiene kit anywhere you go.

You can grab Vzone Trimmer & Razor at your nearest Mercury Drugstore, Watsons, 7-Eleven and  Rustans  and  Robinsons Supermarkets  at a very affordable price.  The trimmer is only PhP49.00 and  PhP P99 for 3 pcs shavers.


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A Good Start

Even before we enrolled him at school, I have noticed my son’s interest in studying. But children are children. We normally have grumbling moment during study time at home that will eventually lead to unfinished assignments. At school, separation anxiety kicks off two weeks after the start of classes. And I get frustrated when he felt that same anxiety during his third month in school.

Though he would go home with stars sometimes, I never expected that Zoe will be one of the top 10 students of nursery level. He ranked seventh for the whole nursery level and fourth in their class. While it is normal to feel proud as parent, his achievement became a challenge for me to improve my way of motivation and guidance so he learns to love studying.

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This is really a good start for our little man. I am not expecting too much from him this early but I certainly hope for his best. Praying for continues guidance from the omniscient God Jesus Christ.


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Chinese 101

Our son Zoe is studying at a Chinese school. Our family has no trace of Chinese blood, it’s just that this school happened to be so close to our place maybe around 5-10 minutes walk. That’s the very reason why we chose to send him to that school.

Before enrolling, I thought of how am I gonna teach him about Chinese subject since I know nothing about Chinese language. I’ve asked friends whose kids are also going to Chinese schools and they’re common answers are “hindi ko sya tinuturuan. Ako ang tinuturuan nya.” Well, that’s true, that thing also happened to me. My son was teaching me how to count in Chinese and I don’t want that to happen always.

Well I don’t have to fret because with our technology today, you can find almost everything over the net you just have to be resourceful. Thank God is there to help me out. I’m glad there are lots of basic Chinese language tutorial available in youtube so my son and I has an online Chinese guru and we are learning together. This is so far the most accessible resource for us.

Currently he knew few Chinese words and recently been practicing to write Chinese character.

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The Happy & Sad Face



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The Sad Face

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 The Happy Face

 Hubby send me these images he captured while talking with the kids on skype. Our eldest Zoe came up with a little creative idea showing his  dad happy & sad faces out of his thomas & friends rail tracks and stack rings. I just find it brilliant for a 3 year old.


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In my attempt of doing things my way, I finally got to a realization that I really can’t make it out of my own strength alone. I have been trying hard to escape a circumstance something that the enemy has delivered. And the more I press on my own strength battling, the more I get tired and exhausted. It was when I felt like my mind was going to blow out that I get to my saturation point that I “Surrendered”it to Him.

Surrender is yielding to the power or control of another upon demand. Having no one to talk to on a midnight, I realize that it is God alone that I cannot run. I remember a preacher said, “go to throne, not on the phone”. We have a big God, who has a big heart whom we can always call on, yield on…we may not see Him but we can definitely feel His presence. We all have the privilege to experience God in a very personal way.

Going to the “throne” and surrendering is one of the best thing to do during storms in life. Many times we fail in our own ways and strength, but if we go to the “throne” and let the one Seated on the Throne do his will, we can never go wrong. It is only by acknowledging and believing in God’s power that I was able to overcome such circumstances. Psalms 27 says,

The Lord is my light and my salvation; Whom shall I fear? The Lord is the strength of my life; Of whom shall I be afraid? When the wicked came against me To eat up my flesh, My enemies and foes, They stumbled and fell. Though an army may encamp against me, My heart shall not fear; Though war may rise against me, In this I will be confident.

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Class Suspension Guidelines

Here comes the rainy season again. It irks me to have the little boy go out in the rain (of course with rain coat and umbrella) to get to school. Having school year opening in time with rainy season is soo inconvenient.

As we are anticipating the arrival of tphoon glenda, I was glad that DepEd has suspended classes earlier than expected. So the little boy had extended time on the bed this morning. I had to keep myself updated as i am not too familiar with the classes suspension being a first time mom of a preschooler. Thank goodness the social media kept me updated and gotten me this suspension guidelines from dep ed.

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Stay safe everone!

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Uniform on the Second Day!

I did not let him wear the uniform on the first day, but since most of his classmates were on uniforms on the first day, he went to the school in complete uniform on the second day.

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OMG he really is a school boy now! He was well and had not separation anxiety which is a good sign. I hope he will do well at school.

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Zoe’s First Day of School

And so here comes the first day of school for the little man. Officially a nursery student at 3 and 6 months old.
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A week before the classes start he knew that he’s going to school in a few days. I didn’t know if he got a glimpse of what school is, but we’re telling him that he’s gonna play, learn to read and write and meet new friends. He’s been to our church’s Sunday school so I guess he will have a little idea about what school is.

He was not the only one excited for this milestone but mom and dad and the little bro were as excited as him. Look at Zian, he’s ready to go as well with his stuff.

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They were 10 student in the class, and on the first day, we get to sit-in as there were parents orientation. The little man was a bit shy, the little bro was even more excited upon entering the room. Look at them, they’re growing to be partners in crime.

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He got a little bored during the orientation, he wanted to sleep, wants to go home and later on peed and pooped. But when the teacher ask them to color something he got back into good frame.

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And then later, the gave the students specially the new ones a warm welcome. They have invited the famous bee in the town, Jolibee as they kick off school year 2014-2015.

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Getting Ready for School

Time really does fly. Our eldest Zoe will be attending school this school year as nursery. He is not enthusiastic about it, as he keeps on telling us that he doesn’t like to go to school. But I guess he will soon be in to it.

He is officially enrolled, and yesterday, together with the soon school boy, we bought supplies that he’ll need in school. There was quite a long list and tagging along the little one on a rush school supply shopping was not a good idea at all. He fell asleep while shopping good thing I was able to grab a cart so he took a nap while leaning on my left shoulder and I push  him while I grab supplies with my right hand.
It was my first school supply shopping for my kids and like what most moms said, it was tiring especially if it’s kinda last minute shopping. It is always to be ahead where bookstore and department store are not jam-packed. Also if you are not a working mom, don’t dare to shop on weekend’s better do it on weekdays I’m sure it’s not as crowded as weekends. So, as I first time mom of preschooler, I learned my lesson.

I am getting excited for Zoe’s first day of school. I wonder how would he be at class, I hope there would be no separation anxiety for the little one.

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Fun at Manila Ocean Park

I was browsing my posts and found out that I haven’t blogged about our visit to Manila Ocean Park. The trip deserve a post and so here it is.

It was sometime in January 2014, few days before husband flew back to work place when we visited Manila Ocean Park. It was all our first visit at the MOP. Yah, I know this is a very late post, but as we know, late is better than never.

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The boys especially our eldest Zoe was excited when he found out he’s going to see shark. He was really looking forward to it that he got bored during the bird show which was our first stop. He turned his back from the birds, took his dad’s phone and played instead.

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After we had our lunch, we visited the Aquatica to finally see the shark. Although we didn’t had a good photo because of the overwhelming crowd the boys enjoyed seeing the shark.

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And then the sea lion show, which we all loved. I personally enjoyed it morethan the little ones. The sea lions where smart (though we know they’re trained) they’ve got the awestruck power in me. (hindi masyadong halata na first time).

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“Mommy it was fun!” our eldest Zoe told me while we were boarding the cab. It was good knowing he enjoyed it. Manila Ocean Park is a great family activity destination in Manila. Visit their website for more information.

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