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(Last updated: 31/7/2014)

Thursday, 31 July 2014

Korean Beauty Box Memebox Discount Codes and Referral Only Deals


Memebox, Korean Beauty, Memebox Discount Codes

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Cosmetics in Asia can mean both skincare and makeups
Meme Points worth $1 per point (all prices are in USD)

Every so often, Memebox (check my first review here for introduction to Memebox, the non subscription themed Korean beauty boxes) will release codes, deals and rewards to help fans get their favourite boxes without paying the full price. Today they've released a couple of new Referral Only Deals, and I thought, instead of cluttering my top banner up, I'll list all the deals and discounts here instead.

This page will be frequently updated as well.

Happy shopping and trying out Asian beauty that most people who has tried are raving about!


Referral Only Deals



Superbox #44 No Makeup Makeup   - Get 3 Meme Points back
Memebox Office Essentials   - Get 3 Meme Points back
Memebox Special #27 Dietbox   - Get 2 Meme points back


Superbox #48 Daily Dose of Beauty   - Get 3 Meme Points back
Memebox Special #28 All About Eyes   - Get 2 Meme Points back
Superbox #45 Korea's Most Wanted   - Get 3 Meme Points back
Superbox #49 All About Lips   - Get 2 Meme Points back


Memebox, Korean Beauty, Memebox Discount Codes

IOPE 1 and 2

- Save $10 each on IOPE1 and IOPE2 boxes (IOPE2 comes with an extra product)
- Get 10 Meme Points per box                                


Memebox, Korean Beauty, Memebox Discount Codes

Superbox #37 At Home 
Superbox #33 Collagen Cosmetics
Superbox #29 Burst of Color 2
Superbox #35 Fermented Cosmetics 2
Memebox Special #13 Cooling Care
Superbox #34 Dermo Cosmetics 2
Memebox Special #12 Vitamin Care
Superbox #36 Pore Care 3
Superbox #31 Herbal Cosmetics

- Get 3 Meme Points for each of the above boxes


Memebox July 2014 Discounts

MEMEBUNDLE3 - Get $5 off on orders when you buy 3 or more Memeboxes (including Superboxes and Luckyboxes)
MEMEBUNDLE4 - Get $8 off on orders when you buy 4 or more Memeboxes (including Superboxes and Luckyboxes)
FREESHIPPING - Free Shipping on orders over $70 from Memeshop


Affiliate Discount - I get a small amount in return

AFFILIATE-1024-VQO66-GQGQ - $5 off on orders over $100
AFFILIATE-2106-1T2ME-QHOY - $3 off Superbox #32 Bubble Pop Cosmetics (can be used with promo codes, meme points and value sets)  - Currently Out of Stock

Dream House



When Abby was one and a half years old, we decided to move from the new built flat we were happily living in. Our priority is to move to an area with lots of primary school choices so that Abby can get into a good school, and even if she couldn't get into her first choice, there would be other choices nearby. We were very lucky to have found such an area, and even though our house isn't perfect, the neighbourhood is fantastic and there are 3 great primary schools nearby.

Now that Clay is 3 years old, we have reached the stage where we have to reconsider our options. Our 2 bedroom house has just enough space for the 4 of us to live in at the moment, but we can't add anymore furniture that we desperately need. Abby can do with a proper desk to do her homework, and her stationery and school stuff is piling up by the year. She also need somewhere to store and display things where Clay can't reach and break apart. I've been adding more and more beauty products to my collection and have officially taken over the whole bathroom, where as hubby has taken over the dining table for his beloved shrimps and fish tank (we eat at the kiddy table).

To add more furniture to the house, we need more space. And to get that space, our obvious option is to move. It's a very hard decision though as we really love the area, and houses here aren't easily available. When it comes to decisions like this, I tend to think about the easier things first. So instead of thinking about where to move, house hunting and finance, I started to think about dual sink in the bathroom, bigger bathroom cabinets, a proper vanity table in our room, fish tank table, large desk for Abby, wardrobes for the kids, etc etc. Google Images is definitely my best friend as I get to discover a lot of interesting things from companies I normally wouldn't have heard of, like trade furniture. I came across the above picture and started imagine myself living in there! The floor will be carpeted of course due to 2 noisy kids and their noisy toys, and how I wish the kids won't touch the fragile stuff! But look at all that space and light! We are more the modern type, but the dark oak furniture in the picture is growing on me! Obviously, real life hits and we are back to "let's focus on moving first" stage, but one can always dream and plan their dream house right?

Sylvanian Families - Walnut Squirrel Family


Sylvanian Families, Collectible dolls, Walnut Squirrel Family

Have you encountered any toys that are a must have for the adult you? I have, and Sylvanian Families are one of them. They are made with attention to detail collectible animal figures that are so adorable and fluffy that I have always wanted them when I was young. Their playsets never failed to amaze us as they are so realistic!

We didn't start collecting until Abby spotted her cousin's collection and she wanted a set for herself, which was the perfect excuse for me of course! Our collection isn't as big as my niece's, but enough for the kids to enjoy their role plays. If we have more space in the house, we might expand our collection further. Sylvanian Families has kindly sent us a Walnut Squirrel Family to review, aren't they cute!


Sylvanian Families, Collectible dolls, Walnut Squirrel Family
House and accessories not included
Sylvanian Families, Collectible dolls, Walnut Squirrel Family

Sylvanian Families, Collectible dolls, Walnut Squirrel Family

Sylvanian Families, Collectible dolls, Walnut Squirrel Family

The Walnut Squirrel Family (rrp £15.99) is one of the newer family addition to Sylvania (fictional village), and I just adore their fluffy, bushy tails! They have a cute pattern on their head, just like real squirrels. I want to say that they are the cutest, but most of the Sylvanian Families are cute! They are definitely a welcoming addition to the collection though!

Like all the other families, they are very well made, with the cutest quality clothing. Sylvania is designed basing on Britain in the 70s, hence the traditional style. You can see a wider style choices in their furniture and accessories collection though. One day I'll start collecting their France and Japan only editions, which are packaged differently and have special sets that you can't get anywhere else unless you find the speciality stockists.

Like LEGO, a lot of adults I know doesn't see the Sylvanian Families as toys, because they are highly collectible and they are special dolls that "should be" played nicely with. Toddlers like Clay loves to play with them, but they can be clumsy and likes to experiment! You can often find Clay carrying the minature tea cups everywhere because he loves the tiniest pieces, but that means that pieces might get lost too.

Abby plays well with them and gets upset when her little brother messed up her house and display. I do feel sorry for her as we haven't got enough space for her to play peacefully without her brother messing about. Hopefully we can sort this out soon!

I have to give my niece an extra mention here, as she was so into her Sylvanian Families that she even used cardboard boxes, fabrics and toilet rolls etc to make furniture, additional rooms and accessories she hasn't collected yet. I was really impressed with her DIY shower and hospital!

Whether you like Sylvanian Families for yourself to admire or for your child to play with, they make the perfect gift for anyone who loves doll house, roleplay and/ or animals.



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