Milk & Co. is a family company created by Olympic swimming champ Michael Klim and his family. Using their unique sporting experience, the Klim’s built a brand with products designed to make life more livable. Full of the good stuff, they’re simple and effective, straightforward and good for everyone.

Milk Face Wash is an efficient and natural based formula which cleans the skin and unplugs pores, preventing breakouts using marine extracts and essential oils. Paraben free and perfect for all skin types. (source)


Water, Sodium Laureth Sulfate, Cocamidopropyl Betaine, Glycol Distearate, Coco-Glucoside, Glyceryl Oleate, Glyceryl Stearate, Acrylates Copolymer, Glycerin, Decyl Glucoside, Ceteareth-20, Polyquaternium-7, Caprylic/Capric Triglyceride, Titanium Dioxide, Mentha Piperita (Peppermint) Oil, Spirulina Maxima Extract, Porphyra Umbilicalis (Nori) Extract, Methylchloroisothiazolinone, Methylisothiazolinone Cocos Nucifera (Coconut) Oil, Rosmarinus Officinalis (Rosemary) Leaf Oil, Potassium Hydroxide, Sodium Chloride - (source: Milk and Co.)

The Verdict:

When I was looking for a product that would help my face to be less dry and more hydrated, I saw this product in Sephora.ph and immediately bought it without hesitation. I was really excited to use it. After few weeks of using it, I can say it made my face soft and hydrated because of coconut extract. It smells good. It does not irritate my nose. Some products really bedazzled me with smell that can make me sneeze in a whole new level. But this one is simple yet powerful effect. Every time I am applying this to my face, it has a menthol feeling that I really love. I am a sucker for menthol products. My face feels clean and clear from all the dirt. For the price, it is worth 615php. It is expensive for a facial wash but it is good to invest for our face to avoid irritants and wrinkles. Always look for the best products, especially for our face. Let us avoid botox and facelift in the future.hahaha Invest now. 😉

I will rate this product as 4.8 stars


Part 2 of our pre-nup photos, if you have not seen the part 1, click here! I had a hard time choosing the photos to post because I want to share almost everything. I got the best glam team and photographers. I am excited to see our pre-nup video, however, I think it will be on the "big day"! Few weeks left guys, wish us good luck, good health and smooth transactions for everything on the DAY. THAT DAY! If you want to contact my team from our pre-nup shoot, here are the details:

Photography: R&K Photography - https://www.facebook.com/RKphotographyph/

Sneak Peak for our pre-nup photo shoot. It was held at Versailles Palace in Daang Hari, Las Pinas City. 

I hope you enjoyed!!! I will post more photos, stay tuned! :)

Photography: R&K Photography - https://www.facebook.com/RKphotographyph/

This is the view in the ground floor. 

Ace water spa is a place to relax in the city. They have two branches: Quezon City and Pasig City. The one we visited was in Pasig City because it is the nearest for the down south peepz like us. Shout out to all the South peepz! Hahaha Anyways, we visited the place during my birthday (last May 2016 and yes this post is a backlog, stayed in my drafts for a few months). Thank you, Momma! Treat nya kami. Hihi 

We stayed for a night and it was a good choice than going home after a 4 hour water spa. We were really tired because I and my sister swam in their Olympic size pool. We were trying to practice our skills in the water.

The counter for the Water Spa. The counter for the Ace Hotel was in the other side. 

Ta-da! My mom requested for additional mattress with free breakfast and they gave us 200php off for the 3rd guest for the water spa. It cost around 1600php ++ for the breakfast and mattress

Inside the room, it was a television, office table, a cabinet, safe and many more. 

The bathroom. However, no bathtub included for our room. 

Shampoo, conditioners and lotion all freeeee 

The gym to get buff and sexy

The sky garden was the place we ate our buffet breakfast.

Skybar. Party party in the rooftop

The buffet.

This is me on the left (10 pounds heavier and babaeng nagenjoy sa buffet hahaha). Then, my sister at the right. Payat no? hahah Pero pumayat na ako mga bes. haha Ang defensive ko lang sa picture ko hahaha

The Verdict:

I am really grateful for our overnight stay and with our 4 hour water spa session. It was one of the best interactive spa I ever visited. Almost all of the facilities in the spa area was one button away. I enjoyed pressing every single of it, trying the water massage. Inside the spa, no taking of photos, no slippers (use only the provided by Ace Water Spa), wear the correct swimwear and locker will be provided. My fave part of the water spa will be the hot herbal pool where you can deep your body and feel the heat of the water. relaxingggg It has 4 different temperature and aroma such as Jasmine, Lavander, Mint and Volcano something. lol Then, deep yourself to the cold water after soaking to the herbal pool. So don't hurry yourselves, you will be shock for sure. haha lamig bhe!

They also have sauna room, Olympic size swimming pool and many kinds of pool inside the spa area. I and my sister tried everything inside the spa. They are also really strict with the rules and regulations. I suggest to be obedient. They have people watching over everyone. They also have a rental service, just in case you don't have a rashguard, cycling shorts or maybe trunks hahaha I prefer buy your own, there are shops near the establishment.

For the breakfast buffet, it was good. They have many varieties of food to choose from. I ate a lot too. hahaha Cheat month, birthday month. lolz. Overall, I am satisfied. Will I visit them again? Yes, I will!

I will rate them as 4.8 stars

For more information visit their website at http://www.acewaterspa.com.ph/

What is the difference between Canonical Interview and Pre-Cana Seminar?

The Canonical Interview is usually held at the Diocese of your Church or your location. The procedure depends on every Church or parish priest of your community. In our case, we were asked to go to Diocese of Paranaque for our Canonical Interview, even our church is in Alabang, Muntinlupa. It is only scheduled every Tuesday, with first come first serve basis. So we arrived early around 9 o'clock in the morning and we were in the 5th or 6th inline. We were asked to answer sets of questions about each other in the questionnaires given. Let me recall the questions, it goes something like these but not in exact words:

  • How long do you know each other?
  • How long are you engaged?
  • Are you previously married? If yes, how long? Are you annulled? 
  • Do you have a child? If yes, how many?
  • Are you previously a seminarian? If yes, what is the reason for quitting?
  • Do you have a drug problem/s?
  • Do you have an alcohol problem/s?
  • Do you have a terminal illness?
  • Do you have an illness that might be hindrance to sexual intercourse?
  • If he has a problem with drugs, alcohol or sexuality, will you still marry him?
  • and many more...

When it is our turn for the canonical interview, we entered Fr. Raf's office. Then, cooking show started. Lelz (paggigisa starts now! Hahaha) Well, in my part no hard questions were asked. When Fr. Raf asked me how many boyfriends I had, well it took me 15 minutes to answer because it is hard to count eh. Charot. I immediately answered him with, "His my first and only boyfriend." Haha So ayun, Father gave his attention to my fiancé. It is more on validating the answers in the questionnaires with follow up questions and explanations why they need to know those things. The interview lasted for less than 30 minutes. But if you have a complicated history, the personnel in the Church inform us it might take up to 2 hours. Once done, they will give you the permission for the marriage banns. (Marriage banns is another story.hihi)

Next, Pre-cana or Church/ marriage orientation, it is about the do's and don'ts inside the Church and during the ceremony. We invited our suppliers so they would know the rules for the big day. We were with our coordinator, representative for our photographers and videographers, lecturers and choir. Well, not everyone actually has the luxury of time (can't able to attend) so I decided to send some copies of the do's and dont's via facebook messenger or viber to those who can't make it. 

After less than an hour, next part of the orientation is the 4 modules about marriage, that was discussed by a real life couple which they relate the scenarios thru their experiences in their married life. I learned a lot from them and I am thankful that they shared a glimpse of married life. It is not always fun and exciting. Couple sometimes have dramas so be ready for whatever will come. Be strong and God should be the center of your relationship. :)

Finally, done for both :)

My advise for other couples, be yourselves and be as honest as possible. They will guide you thru the process and will help you how to work things out. Good luck to the future brides and grooms! Congrats!