Tuesday, February 16, 2016

Kleenex is giving away free sample (Kleenex Wet Toilet Tissue)

About Kleenex

The world’s first and America’s best-selling facial tissue, the KLEENEX® Brand is recognized by families in more than 150 countries. Invented in 1924, KLEENEX® Brand facial tissues were initially marketed as a sanitary way to remove cold cream and makeup. Once advertising was shifted to emphasize the product’s use as a disposable handkerchief, however, sales soared. Always the innovative leader, KLEENEX® Brand facial tissue has met the unmet needs of consumers for more than 80 years with products that provide the essential and uplifting touch that makes life better.


First 100 winners who answer the question correctly will win a year’s supply of Kleenex® Dry and Wet toilet tissue.

Sample request and participation is limited to one per Malaysian mobile number and only valid in Peninsular Malaysia.

Kotex is giving away free sample (Kotex Odor Care)

About Kotex

KOTEX® brand is committed to helping women make informed choices every day. For decades, KOTEX® has introduced innovation after innovation as a result of our intimate understanding of women’s bodies and the lifestyles they lead. Our innovations come from our desire to not only satisfy the needs of today’s women but also to inspire them with new ways on how to protect and care for their bodies.

Tuesday, January 5, 2016

Dumex is giving away free sample (Dugro Soy)

About Dugro Soy

Its contains 5 new NUTRI along with DHA, ALA, LA, Calcium, FOS, 14 vitamins and minerals that are important for optimal child growth. Dugro ® Soy -based protein and soy protein-free cow’s milk can be reserved for special feeding following:

Allergy to cow’s milk protein
Lactose intolerance
Feeding during and after diarrhea

Allergy to cow’s milk protein allergy is most common among children. 1 It is a reaction of the immune system hypersensitive to proteins found in cow’s milk. The immune system mistakenly detecting cow’s milk protein as something to be avoided, and trigger allergic reactions. Many children still can not cope with cow’s milk protein allergy, even those allergic to continue until adolescence. Statistics show 1.0 – 17.5% of the children involved are preschool children and 1.0 – 13.5% were children aged 5-16 years.