In connection to my review on the Cimilre F1 breastpump , today i'm gonna be reviewing the Cimilre handsfree breastshield kit which I go...

Cimilre Handsfree Breasthield Kit Review

Tuesday, August 09, 2016 maishee 1 Comments

In connection to my review on the Cimilre F1 breastpump, today i'm gonna be reviewing the Cimilre handsfree breastshield kit which I got for around 1,700 php for the pair. I was initially going to purchase the freemie but unfortunately my budget wont allow. So instead I opted to try Cimilre's. I've used it for more than two months already and I find it useful and serves its purpose well. It's really totally handsfree! I can express almost the same amount of milk output when compared to my regular flanges. I am also happy that it works well with my Spectra S1+ and horigen breastpump which I have recently sold.

Overall, I'm quite happy with the Cimilre F1 and the breastshield kit , all I ordered from www.facebook.com/babysaversph

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Photo grabbed from babysaversph. Click Unimom Minuet LCD review  for my review of another breastpump from breastpumpph . I find the Un...

Cimilre F1 Breastpump Review

Sunday, June 26, 2016 maishee 0 Comments


Photo grabbed from babysaversph.
Click Unimom Minuet LCD review for my review of another breastpump from breastpumpph. I find the Unimom Minuet LCD slightly better than Cimilre in terms of suction and spare parts.


So as promised mommies! I just received my new breastpump from babysaversph. I really love the Cimilre F1!! Performance-wise, it works great like my other two breastpumps - the horigen dual breastpump and Spectra S1+. It's like I've been hoarding breastpumps lately. hehe! I'm loving this pump more than the other two because of the sleek and compact design and it's affordable too!.  It's very ligh weight which made my S1+ feel like an elephant. The Spectra S1+ is an amazing pump but it's too bulky and pricey. The horigen dual pump on the other hand is not rechargeable so I am not happy that I have to bring a powerbank with me all the time  as I tend to forget to bring it with me everytime:(  The Cimilre F1 is my holy grail breastpump! This little machine packs a big punch for working moms on the go or need to multi-task. It's so convenient and very easy to to bring  to work. I also love how the pump itself is made of pearly shiny material making it dirt and dust-free, unlike my Spectra S1+ which tends to get a bit dirty but I can easily dust-it off with wipes naman. hehe! The F1 has a very silent and subtle pumping sound so my officemates won't hear those prrrrrr pumping sound :D It has a led-backlit screen like the Spectra S9+ which comes handy for late night pumping. Surprisingly, I yield almost the same amount of milk compared to my output using my S1+. The suction is subtle yet strong and efficient in draining out my breast. This little machine came at a good price of P5,500 introductory price!! Currently available at babysaversph.
Photo grabbed from babysaversph.

Below are the pros and cons:

Pros:
Very light
Very silent pumping
Sturdy
Shiny-pearl body
Sleek design
Dual and Rechargeable ( full charge will give you 4-6 pumping session)
LED backlit screen
Closed-system, with backflow protectors
My spectra spare parts fits perfectly ( so I can interchange parts) 
Affordable

Cons:

The flanges fits the standard-sized bottles but I think you can buy an adapter to wideneck bottles from the seller. I was able to use my Spectra flange with the Cimilre F1 without any problems at all.

I will be posting more pictures soon!

This photo was taken under bad lighting condition.

Photo taken at night time.

Photo taken at night time.


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Photo grabbed from babysaversph. So as promised mommies! I just received my new breastpump from babysaversph . I really love the Cimil...

Cimilre F1 Breastpump Review

Sunday, June 26, 2016 maishee 28 Comments


Photo grabbed from babysaversph.
So as promised mommies! I just received my new breastpump from babysaversph. I really love the Cimilre F1!! Performance-wise, it works great like my other two breastpumps - the horigen dual breastpump and Spectra S1+. It's like I've been hoarding breastpumps lately. hehe! I'm loving this pump more than the other two because of the sleek and compact design and it's affordable too!. The Spectra S1+ is an amazing pump but it's too bulky and pricey. The horigen dual pump on the other hand is not rechargeable so I am not happy that I have to bring a powerbank with me all the time  as I tend to forget to bring it with me everytime:(  The Cimilre F1 is my holy grail breastpump! It's so convenient and very easy to to bring it to work. I also love how the pump itself is made of shiny material making it dirt and dust-free, unlike my Spectra S1+ which tends to get a bit dirty but I can easily dust-it off with wipes naman. hehe! The F1 has a very silent and subtle pumping sound so my officemates won't hear those prrrrrr pumping sound :D It has a led-backlit screen like the Spectra S9+ which comes handy for late night pumping. Surprisingly, I yield almost the same amount of milk compared to my output using my S1+. The suction is subtle yet strong and efficient in draining out my breast.
Photo grabbed from babysaversph.

Below are the pros and cons:

Pros:
Very light
Very silent pumping
Sturdy
Shiny-pearl body
Sleek design
Dual and Rechargeable ( full charge will give you 4-6 pumping session)
LED backlit screen
Closed-system, with backflow protectors
My spectra spare parts fits perfectly ( so I can interchange parts) 
Affordable

Cons:

The flanges fits the standard-sized bottles but I think you can buy an adapter to wideneck bottles from the seller. I was able to use my Spectra flange with the Cimilre F1 without any problems at all.

I will be posting more pictures soon!

This photo was taken under bad lighting condition.

Photo taken at night time.

Photo taken at night time.

Where to purchase?:

https://www.facebook.com/babysaversph/
https://www.instagram.com/babysaversph/


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Howdy! I'm back with another review of a makeup product I recently bought during Maybelline's 50% off sale last March. It's the...

Maybelline Gel Liner Review

Tuesday, April 26, 2016 maishee 0 Comments

Howdy! I'm back with another review of a makeup product I recently bought during Maybelline's 50% off sale last March. It's the Maybelline Gel liner Long Lasting drama which I have been using on my everyday makeup.









I've been honestly loving the product. This is actually my first time using gel liner as I'm used to liquid liners but I've found out that it's better than my liquid liners. I love how comfortable it is to wear without that feeling that you have that liner on which I have actually experienced with my liquid liners. Unlike some liquid liners, this gel liner does not sting my eyes. I have not tried other gel liners to compare though but all I can say is I am very satisfied with the product. I do not know if lives up to Maybelline's claim that it's gonna stay for 24 hours. In my experience it would last me until I get home from work without any retouch during the day. However, if I wash off my face during lunch, I noticed that some of the product would peel off, so its not waterproof as it claims to be. On to the consistency, the product is opaque that it is actually jet black. It's not shiny but rather matte and pigmented. Over all, the product is a steal for the price.

I would definitely repurchase this product.



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Hands down to the best breast pump ever! After excluding pumping with my Spectra s1+ for three months, I can say that the Sp...

Spectra S1 Review

Monday, March 21, 2016 maishee 0 Comments






Hands down to the best breast pump ever! After excluding pumping with my Spectra s1+ for three months, I can say that the Spectra S1+, indeed, is one of the best electric breastpumps in the market. I've been using this pump for a few months now and I loooove it. It seems to have good suction and I like that it has 2 modes - massage mode and expression mode.It’s also got a ton of cool options.  Listed below are the pros and cons I have noted:

  • Heavy Duty
The pump is for heavy duty use unlike the spectra s9+ and m1 which you can only use upto four times in a day per recommendation by babymama.com.ph. This means that you can pump for several times a day without worrying of overusing your electric breastpump. It's a hospital-grade pump capable of pumping single or double. There are two holes up front where you can connect the tubing to.

  • Rechargeable Battery

I love the rechargeable battery on this pump. It lasts me 2-3 days usage with about 4 pumping sessions in a day on a single charge.

  • Nightlight
This feature is very useful as I don't have to turn on the lights when I pump at night. It's super handy!

  • Massage Mode
The pump has two modes : massage mode and expression mode which are both adjustable by cyles and vaccum strength. This feauture is what makes the S1+ stand out from the other breaspumps I have tried. The Spectra leaves my breast feeling much emptier than my Spectra S9+ which I recently sold to buy the horigen dual pump. tehe!

  • Vibration

Compared with the other breastpumps I have tried, this one has a unique vibration everytime the pump sucks. It helps a lot in emptying milk out of my breast. 

  • Closed System

It comes with a backflow protector that prevents the milk from going into the pump machne.




The pump is amaaaazing but the spectra bottles are made of cheap plastic, it tends to unscrew itself from the flange. So you might consider  replacing the standard bottles, I use my avent bottles as it perfectly fits the flanges.

Expensive. I bought it for P 13,750.00. P15,500.00 including the shipping fee and accessories.  This sells for only P8,000 abroad. But hey! Warranty matters! atleast you can send it for repair if gets damaged.


Despite the cons, the Spectra is quiet, comfortable, painless, super awesome breastpump. You can control and adjust everything.... the suction, cycles (how fast) and intensity and etc and it remembers your choices for the next time you turn it on. The flanges are very comfortable and compact--not bulky at all. The machine itself is light compared to other brands of hospital-grade pumps weight and surprisingly portable inside a tote. It's quite big though, like the size of a small watermelon. 


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