Sawaidee Kha! Few years ago, I’ve discovered Pañpuri in Gaysorn , a luxury mall in Bangkok. This high end brand from Bangkok elaborates organic skin care and body treatment, presented in beautiful packaging. I really do enjoy associating beauty creams with my travels. The chic useful Pañpuri hand cream boxes (picture above), include 3 tubes of cream of 25 ml. There are three different boxes: Rose Absolute Hand Cashmire Cream (with Rose Absolute, Rose Water, Olive, Trehalose), Solitude Luminous Hand & Nail Cream (Marula Oil, Star Fruit, Tamarind) and Come Clean Anti-oxydant Reparative Hand and Nail Cream (Jasmine, Pomegrenate, Portulaca, Wild Thai Honey). I’ve tested the last one : its light texture, between balm and cream melts instantly on the skin, gently nourrishing and smoothing it, with a Jasmine perfume.
Sold 27 Euros, those boxes are some lovely gift ideas for the festive season. Yes, already the festive season! All the more so it is for a good cause! Pañpuri participes to international aid fot Thailand and have organized the aid effort, «Helping Hands For Thailand» to help the victims of the floods in Thailand. For any purchase of product including a hand cream @ www.panpuri.fr : in November (2011), 10% of the total amount of the purchase will be donated to the Thai Red Cross. Kop khun kha!
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Tagged Asia, Beauty Creams, Boxes, Care, Gaysorn, Gift Ideas, Hand Creams, High End, Mini Dose, Organic Ingredients, Pañpuri, Skincare, Thai Brand, Thai Red Cross, Thailand, Travel, Tubes of 25 ml
LIST OF THE MILAN WOMEN’S COLLECTIONS FALL-WINTER 2012-2013
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Tagged Accessories, Alberta Ferretti, Alessandro dell'Acqua, Alexander Wang, Bags, Clothes, Consuelo Castiglioni, Creative Directors, Dean & Dan Caten, Dolce Gabbana, Domenico Dolce and Stefano Gabbana, Dsquared2, Emilio Pucci, Fashion Designer, Fashion Labels, Fashion Shows, Federico Piaggi & Stefano Citron, Fendi, Franceso Scognamiglio, Gabriele Colangelo, Gianfranco Ferre, High End, Italia, Italy, Jewellery, Jil Sander, Karl Lagerfeld, Laura Lusuardi, Look books, Luxury, Marni, Massimiliano Giornetti, Max Mara, Mila Schön, Milan, Milano, Miuccia Prada, N°21 Alessandro dell'Acqua, Outfits, Peter Dundas, Prada, Raf Simons, RTW, Salvatore Ferragamo, Settimana de la Moda Italiana, Shoes, Silvia Venturini Fendi, Sunglasses, T by Alexander Wang, Trussardi, Umit Benan, Women’s Collections Fall-Winter 2012-2013
A super charming design hotel
with an efficient staff! When I arrived in the smart entrance hall, I’ve instantaneously found the place welcoming, familiar and even intimate (picture above).
Very Japanese too : you really feel being in Kyoto and nowhere else. Same feeling in the comfortable rooms.
Breakfast at The Grill restaurant
in front of a Japanese garden, I’ve really enjoyed meeting again contemporary art and fashion people met in Tokyo few days before (picture above). People easily talk to each other, in a cool atmosphere.
Don’t miss the Japanese acuponcture
at Riraku spa (pictures 4 & 5) : amazingly relaxing! A must do! Then late at night, after a very busy day, going back to the hotel is an absolut delight. Sounds like being at home.
www.kyoto.regency.hyatt.com & www.exclusifvoyages.com
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DESTNATIONS & HOTEL REVIEWS
I was a host of the Hyatt Regency Kyoto. Domo arigato gosaimasu Yokoyama San & Washio San: Oskare sama desu ta. All my opinions are mine.
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Tagged Asia, Hall, High End, Holidays, Hotel Review, Hyatt Regency Kyoto, Interior Design, Japan, Japanese Acuponcture, Kyoto, Leisure, Restaurant, Riraku, Soins, Spa, Tested, The Grill, Tourism, Travel, Weekend