May 23, 2009

Q&A Frizz Double-dose Frizz-fix Super Serum

I love sesame prawn toast even though I'm allergic to prawn. Solution: I only eat them on special occasions, and only AFTER taking my antihistamine. And followed by more antihistamine if necessary. :)

My point is, most of the time I try to be positive and do my best to handle every situation. There are many things in life that aren't within my control. Nevertheless, I choose to be positive and be thankful for things that are under my control.

At the moment I'm being thankful for always carrying Charles Worthington's Q&A Frizz Double-dose Frizz-fix Super Serum in my luggage, wherever I am in the world. It's my trusty weapon in combating frizzy hair and static flyaway.

I've used this brilliant serum on and off in the past few years. It's my most favourite hair serum amongst many I've used. I use it on my towel dried hair, before blow-drying it. I find that using one pump (2-3 drops) of the serum is enough to give good result on my long hair. I add an extra pump after my hair is dry on days when my hair is being super stubborn.

The bottle said that it "contains new-generation silicons that control stubborn frizz". As you can see on the ingredients list, there are MANY variety of silicons in this serum.

Verdict: Musically approved, though I'm not so keen on the parabens. I suppose the parabens won't harm my hair since hair is dead thing anyway, like nails.

Ingredients: Cyclotetrasiloxane, Cyclopentasiloxane, Dimethiconol, Cetyl Dimethicone, Phenylpropyldimethylsiloxysilicate, Cyclomethicone, Lecithin, Dimethicone, Phenyl Trimethicone, Ethylhexyl Mehoxycinnamate, Retinol, Phytantriol, Octyl Cocoate,Blycine Soja (Soyabean Oil), Phenoxyethanol, Isobutylparaben, Methylparaben, Glycolipids, Ethylparaben, Butylparaben, Propylparaben.

On a more personal note, I'm doing quite well considering what has been happening in the past month. Amongst those: being a VERY unhappy recipient of F sign given by everyone in a passing car while walking somewhere near parents-in-law's place (yup, first racism incident here), having to take antihistamine before eating a chicken kiev that contains pork gelatin (I'm allergic to pork) prepared by mother-in-law (MIL) - couldn't tell her in case she went into panic and have a heart attack (don't ask), hubby twisted his ankle, etc. Anyway, we're staying in hotel at the moment, looking around different areas while hubby is job hunting.

All for now, it feels so good to be able to blog and read other peoples's blogs again. :)


Anonymous said...

I don't like the taste of seafood. Mmm well if you enjoy eating it I suppose it's worth taking the antihistamine. Hope you settle in soon :)

Music said...

Seafood wise I only like eating crab and sesame prawn toast. :) Apart from that, in general I find the seafood smell nauseating (esp. sardines, tuna, and salmon - they stink!) .

ShutterBug said...

Wow.... quite a lot happening for you :)

Take care now!
Hey... funny enough, I might be heading up to UK for a shoot in late August so if I'm going, let's see how we can meet up for tea and crumpets.. haha :p

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