Enjoy your favourite Dalton Marine Cosmetic products & RadiCell Korean Skincare this year-end and save more with our Product Rebate Programme. Use your credits to offset your next purchases immediately to enjoy bigger savings with us!
From now until Jan 2020, we’re giving you MORE value in your BMB shopping lists with an additional S$200 going into your credits!
What does this mean?
Purchase a S$2,000 product credit package at our Paragon outlet and enjoy an additional S$200 for you to offset your next product! This means you get another S$200 – equivalent to 1 full-sized Dalton Marine Cosmetic’s Hyaluronic Urea Emulsion (S$220) with a top-up S$20. Great for dry skin – ask our friendly staff to learn more.
Celebrate this festive season with an additional Complimentary Facial of your choice when you purchase any product credit package with us!
Our product credit packages are also available in S$3,000-, S$5,000 or S$10,000 packages.
What products are eligible?
Eligible product series are:
Dalton Marine Cosmetic’s series (only available in-store) including: Sea Breeze, Marine Selection, Oyster Skin Balance, Q10 Cell Energy, Hyaluronic Urea Hydro Boost, S.E.A. Marine Stem Cell System, Phyto Olio Di Oliva, and more.
RadiCell Crocodile Oil skincare ranges including: Intensive Cure series, Youth Hayannamu Candeia Whitening, Bubble Pop Houttuynia Cordata Natural Pore Soap, and more.
Pigeon Babycare products (only available in-store) including: Newborn Pure Skincare series, Natural-Fit Silicone Nipple Shield, Nipple-Puller, and more.
We want our clients to be able to enjoy the products that we carry to the fullest. So you can still opt for your favourite Dalton Marine Cosmetic Face Care Eye Gel – but with our rebate programme, you can now give our other Face Care series a go by using your additional S$200 in your credits!
What is the validity of my package?
As for all our packages, product credit packages will carry a 1-year validity. For the full refund & exchange policy, click here.
Enjoy your favourite facials & massages this year-end and save more with our Service Rebate Programme. Use your credits to offset your next purchases immediately to enjoy bigger savings with us!
From now until Jan 2020, we’re giving you MORE value in your BMB shopping lists with an additional 10% going into your credits!
What does this mean?
Purchase a S$3,000 service credit package at our Paragon outlet and enjoy an additional 10% for you to offset your next facial or massage! This means you get another S$300 – equivalent to 2.5 sessions of our Signature Marine Detox Facial!
Our service credit packages are also available in S$5,000- or S$10,000 packages.
What services are eligible?
ALL of them. You name it, it’s eligible for the programme.
We want our clients to be able to experience our services to the fullest. So you can still opt for your favourite Signature Eye Guasa Treatment to keep puffy eyes at bay – but with our rebate programme, you can now give our Oxygenation Algae Facial a go by using your additional 10% in your credits!
What is the validity of my package?
As for all our packages, service credit packages will carry a 1-year validity. For the full refund & exchange policy, click here.
“Since 2009, we have pampered over 50,000 mothers, babies, women, men, and everyone else who needed a good massage or facial at the hands of our trained and certified therapists. Because of that, this year we are not just celebrating our anniversary.
We are celebrating our customers, our clients, and everyone who has made it possible for us to be where we are today. The trusted partner in caring for mothers, from bump, and beyond.”
Genah Lim, founder of Beauty Mums & Babies (BMB)
For the first time in Singapore, pioneering Maternity & Baby Wellness Centre Beauty Mums & Babies (“BMB”) organised our 10th anniversary event in conjunction with Breast Cancer Awareness Month this October, as well as in celebration of motherhood with a mum pageant, Mrs Beautiful Bump 2019, organised specially for expecting mothers!
The inaugural mum pageant received submissions from expecting mothers from all walks of life, who were then invited to participate in a series of complimentary workshops conducted by one of BMB’s event sponsors, Fun Fit Birth Singapore!
The finalists from the pageant made an appearance during the finals held on 28 October 2019 at Vision Exchange, from 2.30pm to 4pm.
Our beautiful finalists also had some inspiring bios!
Nadia Ko(Mrs Beautiful Bump 2019 1st Runner Up) – Mummy Nadia believes that she has yet to meet her best self, she hope she is able to meet this person when she becomes a mother.
Goh Shi Qi(Mrs Beautiful Bump 2019 2nd Runner Up) – Expecting her second child in March, Mummy Shi Qi enjoys getting inked.. It seems like she’s got 7 tattoos so far! A word of advice to all first time mummies out there: “There’s no such thing as the perfect mummy. Mummies are human too and it’s okay to make mistakes. Don’t be too hard on yourself and enjoy this fulfilling and exciting journey!”
Eunice Tan(Mrs Influential 2019) – Mummy Eunice Tan has a cheerful and bubbly personality. She enjoys making DIY baby products, ranging from shampoo to wet wipes. She believes in mummy to mummy support as motherhood is easier, together!
Tiffany Suputra(Mrs Elegant 2019) – Mummy Tiffany Suputra enjoys designing. She believes that being a working mother isn’t an easy job, especially within the design industry but it will definitely be one of the best jobs that she ever had and she hopes for the best for her future baby.
Angeline Ng(Mrs Confidence 2019) – Mummy Angeline has conquered two mountains overseas (1 in Sarawak and another in Taiwan), she hopes to conquer more with her child next time! Conquering a mountain is not a smooth-sailing experience and it requires a lot of perseverance and discipline. She believes that going through it with her child would be a good opportunity to inculcate important values to him/her!
Jauz Chen(Official Mrs Beautiful Bump 2019) – Mummy Jauz was a single unwed mum of a pair of teenage twins, until she met her husband 5 years ago and are now expecting #3!
The full-day event was also graced by Child & Baby Sleep Expert Ms Zoe Chu from SG Supernanny, Nurse Health Educator Ms Mazia Madon who has been with BMB for many years, Ms Kay Wong, founder of Milky Way and also a representative of Thermomix Singapore, and hosted by emcee, voice over and model Ms Racheal Olivero, who with 13 years of event and video production also won Mrs Singapore Universe 2017.
Event sponsors Pigeon Singapore, Inspire Mum & Baby, The Centre Stage (Hair & Makeup Sponsor) Fun Fit Birth, Milky Way (Maternity Wear / Pageant Dress Sponsor), My Print Story (Sashes Sponsor), Little Bearnie, Lilo Premium Ikan Bilis and Mother Industrialist sponsored the pageant prizes given to the finalists. Not forgetting the sponsors present during the event at the mini baby fair, including Offspring, Stemcord, 13Thirteen, SG Floor Curling Federation, Curated by Suz, and Mdm Ling Bakery.
Our otherevent sponsors who supported us: Ashley Low Photography (Official Event Photography Partner), Jew Kit Hainanese Chicken Rice (Catering Sponsor for Finalists), Manna Pot Catering (Main Catering Sponsor), Create Moments SG (Balloon Sponsor), and Elkali SG (Water Sponsor).
From The Desk of Beauty Mums & Babies (BMB) Management:
“We would like to thank all our partners, sponsors, and mummies involved in organising this event and making it successful! Here’s to Celebrating Beautiful Mums 2020!“
During pregnancy, women have a tendency to gain weight. It’s not just because of the cravings. They also need to eat more for the baby that is inside their womb. But after giving birth, they find themselves with excess pounds that they are dying to get rid of. This was certainly the case for a number of popular celebrities, such as Kim Kardashian and Beyonce, and yet they were able to regain their beautiful figures. Do you want to know how they did it?
Looking for effective ways to accommodate your growing baby bump? Look no further, Aquatic exercise is one of the safest, most efficient forms of exercises out there! Working out in the water provides a natural form of resistance that challenges your muscles, whilst supporting you at the same time.
Here are 10 reasons why expecting mothers should get involved in aquatic exercise: Delivery Benefits:
Maintain physical fitness to ensure you are prepared for the physical demands of childbirth. Hydrotherapy have been reported to reduce stress and pain during labour. Hydrotherapy is also something you can do at all stages of your pregnancy.
Core Strength, Stability, Posture:
Movement in water provides resistance to the core muscles which helps maintain correct posture. Aquatic exercise better prepares your abdominal for functional use compared to land-based exercise. Water enables for a larger variety of isolation exercises on the core muscles which is limited on the pregnant body on land.
Greater flexibility and balance:
Providing assistance for upper and lower body motions, buoyancy is able to help enhance flexibility of tight and imbalanced muscle groups. This increases the range of motion with less discomfort than if attempted on land.
The density difference between water and the human body allows water to reduce the stress by up to 70% on your joints, bones, and muscles because of waters unloading property of buoyancy. This is a very safe and effective way to exercise for those who are pregnant as they can control the level at which they work.
Less Painful Limbs:
During pregnancy, the extra fluid in the body and the pressure from the growing uterus can cause swelling (or “edema”) in the ankles and feet. The swelling tends to get worse as a woman’s due date nears.
Water pressure helps reduce swelling. Research has shown that just being in the water can reduce swelling as effectively as drugs. Its was found that water activities have diuretic and edema-relieving effects similar to static immersion.
Varicose veins and hemorrhoids develop as a result of venous pressure; exercise in the water has been shown to reduce this venous pressure. The combination of water pressure and movement of the muscles will work as a pump to helps return blood from the veins in the limbs.
Pregnant women have an elevated core temperature and must be cautious about overheating themselves and the fetus during exercise, especially during the first trimester. Water that is an appropriate temperature (26 to 28 degree Celsius) help cool the body effectively during exercise.
An appropriate diet during pregnancy is important for the mother’s health and for proper prenatal development. Since aquatic fitness allows you to safely remain active at all times throughout your pregnancy, it is easier to ensure your weight gain is “all baby” (baby, placenta, and amniotic fluid.) Not only are you more comfortable during your pregnancy, if you exercise regularly it makes it easier to regain your original figure after delivery!
Eases Gastrointestinal Problems:
With the growth of fetus, digestive system function may be affected. Movement and exercises will help to soothe the gastrointestinal problems.
Last but not least, aquatic exercise is a great way to help you get out of the house and meet other expecting Mums with similar interests and hobbies.
This article is retrieved from our Hydrotherapy Partner, Hydrolife Singapore. To book your BB Spa / Baby Hydrotherapy sessions, kindly proceed here.