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Watsons Members' Only Sales 27th Dec

My Watsons haul from the members' sales! Even though I've joined as Watsons member for a couple of months now, it's my first time squeezing in the small, crowded store and looking through their members' sales. I realized their sales usually happens in the middle of the week - Wednesday, which is also the busiest day in my week! I'm glad they had it today. I found out about it when I was leaving JCube; saw these lovely ladies giving out booklets so I took one and look through the sales items on my way home.

I bought these from the Bedok outlet; wanted to grab some of the $9.90 cosmetic deals but the staffs weren't very sure where items were placed so when I finally found them, there's only a couple of Kate packaged cosmetics left :( 
1. Solocare Aqua Contact Lens Solution - $23.90 (this is the best solution I've used so far, affordable & cleanses lens well!)
2. Kate packaged deal : Kate Reflect Mirror Eyes & Kate My Colour Pencil - $9.90
3. Watsons Soft Dry Sanitary Napkin - 2 for $4.20 (hope the quality is good, it's cheaper than most brands out there!)
4. Eye Mo Regular Eye Drops - 3 for $9.70
5. Bio-Oil - $12.50 (been wanting to try this for the longest time, will review later on)
6. Tampax Pearl Regular - 2 for $10.30 (1st time trying these :x)
Total damage: $70.50


I wasn't expecting any gifts as the booklet stated that it's only for the first 100 customers and I was there at around 3pm so I thought it should be gone by now. I'm glad there were still some left for me! When the lady passed it to me, I was surprised by the weight of it; I was expecting a foldable shopping bag or small pouch but no. It was much better than that!

I'm loving the TVXQ/Missha Mug and Missha Time Revolution - The First Treatment Essence, something that I want to try out before buying a full size bottle. It's said to be better than SKII Facial Treatment Essence. I shall try it soon and review, so many overdue reviews :s

I'm already looking forward to the next sales! :)


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