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What's New Around Town: Seamless Bras and Mosquito Repellent Bands

Life in the Hong Kong Lane.

PUBLISHED : Thursday, 17 March, 2016, 4:06pm
UPDATED : Wednesday, 19 October, 2016, 4:59pm

Regina Miracle
‘Tis the season for sleeveless tops and tube dresses, but all too often we experience strapless bras that don’t provide enough support—resulting in a droopy silhouette or unsightly bra lines. Enter Regina Miracle: The List ladies recently got to check out the brand’s signature series of bras. They’re completely seamless down to the hooks, which help to smooth out the back. Its latest strapless design is also equipped with an anti-slip wing, which gives a stronger overall hold without risking red chafe marks at the end of the day. Not to mention they come in a huge range of colors and styles, all in super-soft breathable cotton. Perfect for hot and humid Hong Kong weather.
Various branches including Shop 2006, LCX, 3/F, Ocean Terminal, 3-27 Canton Rd., Tsim Sha Tsui,  2788-1368, www.reginamiracle.com.hk

Safari Kid International
For young parents, finding the right preschool and playgroup for your child will no doubt be a huge challenge. It can be hard to pin down one school that provides for all-rounded development as well as the opportunity to socialize, play and explore. Safari Kid International offers optional full-day programs, half in English and half in Putonghua, and is launching eight new programs for toddlers aged 2 and younger, covering language and arts, as well as physical, social, and emotional development. Babies 6 to 15 months old can take part in music or more active yoga and gym playgroups, while kids from 12 months onwards can be introduced to phonics, reading, art, and Putonghua in a range of activity-led classes.
Unit 101, 1/F, Chi Fu Landmark, Chi Fu Fa Yuen, Pok Fu Lam, 2177-0001, www.safarikid.com.hk

Para’kito
Planning to sneak a few last family outings to the great outdoors before summer ends, or anticipating the school camps just around the corner? You might want to keep a few Para’kito insect repellent wristbands in your arsenal. Made with a blend of seven essential oils, the all-natural mosquito repellent brand has just launched three kid-friendly styles, each with an adorable nautical theme, with sizes fit for tykes aged three to seven—just pop in a Para’kito pellet and the wristband will provide protection from mozzies for up to 15 days. The bands are non-toxic and waterproof, making them versatile enough for any adventure.
$160 for one band and two pellets; $103 for refill pack of two pellets. Available from select pharmacies across town, as well as Toys “R” Us, Shop 201-210, 2/F, Nexxus Building, 41 Connaught Rd. Central, 2259-9166.