FEW BITS AND BOBS
Am I getting old but shopping in Hong Kong doesn’t really excite me as much as it use to. Years ago, I would come back with a suitcase ready to explode with all of the crap I’ve bought but now, my suitcase was only half full. Maybe I’ve learnt to only purchase the things I need?
My number one rule in Hong Kong when it comes to shopping is to only purchase things that you can’t get your hands on easily in the UK or is Asia exclusive. Second rule is, if you can get your hands on said item in the UK, only buy it in HK if it’s cheaper after calculating the exchange rate etc. Not cheaper by few pounds but a good amount.
Innisfree is really good brand when it comes to skin care. Even my cousin agrees and that’s all he uses. Really excited to try all of these out.
Innisfree Capsule Packs in:
Bija & Aloe Wash Off Pack (Trouble care & soothing)
Volcano Wash Off Pack (Pore care)
Red Kiwi Wash Off Pack (Exfoliating & vitality)
Seaweed Wash Off Pack (Clear skin)
Rice Sleeping Pack x2 (Brightening)
Bija & Aloe Sleeping Pack x2 (Trouble skin)
Green Tea Sleeping & Cold Pack (Hydrating)
Innisfree It’s Real Squeeze Mask in Green Tea (free after spending over a certain amount) or HK$8.00 each
Innisfree Cover Stamping Puff: HK$45.00
Innisfree Jeju Volcanic Oil Control Paper: HK$35.00
6ixty 8ight sports bra HK$90-130
Nama Chocolate in Matcha
Meji Meltykiss in Vanilla White
Lotte Chococo Chocolate Matcha biscuits
All purchased from Okashi Land. Beware, it’s dangerous in there. I had to resist buying everything.
Wasn’t too sure on whether to add snacks in but why not! I may have demolished the biscuits before I had taken the above photo. If you look carefully, you can see it has been opened. No regrets.
Have you purchased anything recently?
哈喽！Nicol is a China based British blogger with a goal to visit all provinces in China, using this blog to document the good, the bad and the ugly of anything and everything. Currently visited 32/34.