Ku’s Got New Skin and Su’s Leaning In
This week, Su is entering the golden age with her kids – eating treats on the couch completely transfixed by the Great Britsh Baking Show. Meanwhile Kulap is shopping for new skin care products from the accumulated lotions and potions in her house. That’s right, the Add to Cart dream is coming true. Free stuff is abundant and it feels so good!
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Kulap Vilaysack, SuChin Pak, Claire Jones
SuChin Pak 00:10
Hello, everyone and welcome to another fine, chaotic, I’m making predictions here wild predictions. Who knows? Episode. They’re not actually wild predictions, they’re probably the most predictable predictions of add to cart.
Kulap Vilaysack 00:26
Well, that’s our normal show.
SuChin Pak 00:28
That’s the thing. That’s our baseline, a show about the things we buy, the things we buy into, the things we’re like, get out of here. And who it says about who we are, and where we are in our lives. I am yours truly, Susan B. Park.
Kulap Vilaysack 00:45
I am you’re truly Kulap Vilaysack. Is that what you meant to write, Claire?
SuChin Pak 00:53
You know, we have that’s also more on brand for us. Because it makes almost sense. You know?
Kulap Vilaysack 01:04
What’s going on with you, Su? Where’s your mind body and spirit at?
SuChin Pak 01:10
Yeah, yeah. Listen. I feel like maybe it maybe it was last week? I’m not sure. I was going through a bit of what’s the point? And I’ve been thinking about that a lot this week about like, wow, I really put that out there. I may have left some folks hanging, you know, and maybe, maybe they’re contemplating what’s the point? And when I say what’s the point? I mean, what is the point of life. And then I thought God that could get dark, you know, that could go real, real dark. So I want to pick up that thread. It’s a new week, I met up with a friend of mine who I haven’t seen since before the pandemic. Had a quick little coffee. And she was telling me about a new job that she had. And I don’t want to put her on blast. But let’s say her old job was a chef. And her new job, is she was a contractor. Do you know what I mean? Like it was like, I’m sorry, was a completely different category.
Kulap Vilaysack 02:17
A pandemic pivot, if you will.
SuChin Pak 02:21
You know, she was like, I just I needed to get out of the house. I needed to be creative. It was something that I hadn’t done before. And I thought, could you in your 40s do something you’ve never done before? It’s like, yes, I know, in theory intellectually, but it was just something different. When I sat down with her this good friend of mine, I was like, what are you talking about? And she was like, I know, she’s like, I don’t know what I’m doing. She’s like, I just go in, I did. And I just the way that she approached, it would be the way I would approach it, you know, having a pivot in my life that I know nothing about. But within your 40s, you have so much more confidence, wisdom experience that has nothing to do with the job description, but just in who you are, that you could go into a total random pivot like that. And be like, I have no idea what I’m doing. But here I am. It’s gonna be fine. And then by the way, she may pivot right out of that and go back to you know, cooking in restaurants.
Kulap Vilaysack 03:26
To add to that isn’t there something about in your 40s going? I don’t know what I’m doing. But I want to do this right now.
SuChin Pak 03:33
Time’s a […]
Kulap Vilaysack 03:36
That’s not where we’re going but that’s where you went.
SuChin Pak 03:42
You know, that may be a remove from cart I haven’t thought about is I keep doing that. I just told my brother the other day, I was like, hey, you should plan a visit out here. Like we should you know, take mom and dad to Korea Town and you know, it’ll be fun and whatever and I was like, because it’s not gonna get any better. Because mom’s not going to know more than what she knows at this moment in time.
SuChin Pak 04:13
Like, what are you saying I’m like, I’m just saying this is the youngest and smartest and most awake will ever be.
Kulap Vilaysack 04:23
I mean, I don’t disagree with you and I do enjoy this character. It’s got a you know, he or she has a real almost southern way. Yeah. Just saying it’s a simpler time. Gets to the point.
SuChin Pak 04:43
A wraparound porch. With my sweet tea.
Kulap Vilaysack 04:50
No sweet tea is not for Asians. They put sugar in their tea.
SuChin Pak 04:57
That’s right. But this is this is the person that was hides in me. That is not me. Yeah, that is doesn’t where I grew up. So these are things that I’ve picked up along the way.
Kulap Vilaysack 05:10
What if we named the character? I think it’s Barbara. It’s Tuesday. I don’t know about Wednesday. She could be Sheila. She could be, you know?
SuChin Pak 05:21
I’m open. All I’m saying is, I’m not at what’s the point? I’m at, huh, what else is there?
Kulap Vilaysack 05:34
Okay, let’s get into our cards.
SuChin Pak 05:40
I told you it was gonna be chaos. I already warned you..
Kulap Vilaysack 05:47
My theme this week is a Nu Skin.
SuChin Pak 05:55
Nu Skin. You know, I love talking about skin.
Kulap Vilaysack 05:59
I know you do know, Su. In some ways, you’re like, what’s the point? Right, but in some ways, for our podcast, our point has always been to receive free things. And we are so fortunate to be living to have a dream actualized in that sometimes people be like, hey, you want these free things? We go, yeah. Oh, come on, though. We’ve gotten some big halls. Oh, I will always want more. I’m a greedy, greedy, greedy, greedy, little hungry hungry Hippo. Chop, chop, chop. Nom, nom, nom. More, more, more, more. But we’ve gotten a lot to the point where the other I find myself Add to Cart shopping in my own home.
SuChin Pak 06:44
What a dream.
Kulap Vilaysack 06:45
What a dream. I’m like, hey, oh, I’m out of this. I’m out of this face cleanser. Yeah. Oh, wait, I have a bunch of face cleansers. Opening it up. What do I got here? What do I got in the shelves of my bathroom? And, you know, I think generally Su, what I’m finding in this moment in time is that if I need something, I probably already have it.
SuChin Pak 07:11
I love when you’re out of something and you open the drawer and you’re like, there it is. I don’t have to go anywhere. And by the way, we do get a bunch of great stuff. Thank you. Thank you, thank you. But we don’t always talk about everything. And also it takes us a while to get through it. Because we’re not going to just say we love it. Because we got it, we have to try it.
Kulap Vilaysack 07:32
Well, it also takes time. That takes time. You know. And speaking of that, that one of the things we got, or I picked, it’s funny because just to talk about the differences between Ku and Su, like we received a bunch of links, and Su will like cherry pick. And I’ll go, I’ll take all of that. The difference between Su’s list and my list is a page. Let’s just say that. Is that fair to say, Su? You know what I’m talking about?
SuChin Pak 08:05
I know what my skin is. I know what I use, I know what I don’t need. I don’t want more stuff.
Kulap Vilaysack 08:11
I totally respect that. One of the things that I got and I’m glad I got was the entire line from Ghost democracy. I hadn’t heard about ghost democracy before. But once given a link, I liked that, you know that it was clean. And you know, I received this months ago and I didn’t try it until I was out of you know, Afro mentioned Skin Cleanser. And then I was like, why don’t I you know, it’s summertime. I was listening to Su talk about her new routine. Let me mix it up. I was kind of feeling dull. Almost as a state of mind. Less of a skin thing. You know, I guess this is topical version of what Sue was talking about earlier in the character of Lorraine. Sheila.
SuChin Pak 08:59
Sidney. Nope. Start working on it. Yeah, Linda is good.
SuChin Pak 09:05
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Kulap Vilaysack 09:05
So I was like, let me try this ghost democracy. And so I started with the daily cleanser. I was like, I really Alexus Cleanser. This is really good content. Let me see what else. What else do I have? And Sue I would say now it’s been a little over a week. And I started using the Dewey toning mist. And I have all these links for you, I want you to hit the links. I want you to tell me if it’s good. Because I can just tell you that I have, for me. All I care about is you’re the one who taught me about like you said the word […]. You said the words hyaluronic acid, you say words like some sort of […], and then you say words about like, oh yeah, like a snow mushroom. Shove it on your face. Like you see things like that, that doesn’t know how to attain like okay, and then maybe like a minor bird or a parent I paired it up to other people like oh this is good but what really what I as a simple person I’m like, I like the experience, the tactile oh this bottle is nice it looked pretty. I put my face it feel good.
Kulap Vilaysack 11:00
Because one of the tenants of ghost democracy is it being accessible to people, which is another reason why I like it. It’s also an AAPI created, Su, just to put that in your bonnet. Then I started using the vitamin C serum during the day, I see that and the hyaluronic acid serum at night. Just cuz, I’ll tell you why. Because I think vitamin C, hey, daytime and hyaluronic because one time Su said don’t wear that during the day. That’s beginning middle end. That’s what I’m operating on.
SuChin Pak 11:31
By the way, these ingredients are all great, right? Like they can claim to do certain things. But you got to look at the ingredients. And I’m looking at these ingredients and they are all doing what the bottle says they should be doing. moisturizing. Yeah, vitamin C, this is great.
Kulap Vilaysack 11:52
And then I finish it off with this soft glow facial oil. And I’m definitely not somebody I’m not a proponent of I need to wear an entire line, I’m too rebellious to stick with a line but I’m doing this this way to try these products out and then I’ll just keep the best but so far, I feel like my skin feels it especially the summertime it feels both light and bright and very nourished without being bogged down, you know I’m now understanding of her listening to you that the hyaluronic acid really helps take in the oil, like it’s a good step to really take in the moisture and stuff. So and then like reading that, you know what their tenants are about. It’s highly concentrated, very clean skincare at I think to me reasonable prices. You know, I’m like, hey, this app well let me support let me try this out.
SuChin Pak 12:57
I mean, all of these things at I’m sure I got a box somewhere. But again, I’m working my way through.
Kulap Vilaysack 13:07
Yeah, no, we got a haul. I mean, this has been months.
SuChin Pak 13:12
I’m still cheap. Like I will even if something is bad. I will use it till the very end before I open up another bottle of something. Let me stand on that tombstone. That’s a tombstone.
Kulap Vilaysack 13:29
They will be coming with you in the afterlife. Because what else is gonna do, they’re stale. They’re mummified now.
SuChin Pak 13:37
That’s right. Put them in with my, my vintage, you know, little dress that I can’t fit into now, but maybe on my dead, dry corpse. I could squeeze into that.
Kulap Vilaysack 13:49
So, you want me to give you sort of like a week of rigor mortis. Then go ahead and […] cute little shimmy on.
SuChin Pak 13:58
Shimmy on my little YSL wool dress that I loved wearing back in the day with a cinched waist hello, and then throw in all of the MTV makeup that I’ve kept for 20 plus years.
Kulap Vilaysack 14:10
I think this is good enough legally this recording but if you could also add that, you know, in your rites of passage in your will, I think it probably will help me in terms of my and you know?
SuChin Pak 14:24
There are certain cultures where you know, throw a handful of dirt on a coffin as it’s being lowered. You will take expired. Dried up makeup. […]
Kulap Vilaysack 14:38
Plus all of your Poplin Parrish shirts. That you never wore.
SuChin Pak 14:49
No, no, no. Still gives me, still gives me feelings. Too soon, too soon. Tags on. I don’t know what to do with these shirts.
Kulap Vilaysack 15:02
All right, I get it. It’s good in our friendship to have boundaries and now I understand that that’s a boundary.
SuChin Pak 15:09
Yes, those striped shirts from Paris that will never be worn, that hurts. Yeah, that hurts. I’m not healed from that.
Kulap Vilaysack 15:16
Okay, got it. We can’t joke about that yet.
SuChin Pak 15:28
Okay, so what I’m adding to cart is this stage of parenting, the age that my kids are which are eight and 10. I am now transitioning out of cartoons, okay. I am transitioning out of playgrounds.
Kulap Vilaysack 15:49
Why are you saying like it’s because you’re relishing it . Yes. Okay.
SuChin Pak 15:57
I am transitioning out of a lot of things. And those things I hated, the thought of sitting at a playground with my young child. The slide, watch me, watch me, push me, push me, build this. All of that. It was It makes my skin crawl. Now I’m at this really great age, where we all can binge on shows that I love. And we all get into it together. Now this is the kind of parenting that I am leaning in for. Okay. I had a book called A parenting called lean out. That’s ages. You know, 0 to 7. Now I’m leaning in. Starting at eight, I something has shifted. So my youngest is 8. And he’s 10. So he’s been like this for a few years. But you still have the other one dragging you down watching PJ Max, or whatever the f you know, I don’t know, Captain Under Rue. Yeah. And you’re like, I’m not watching this with you. So we are at the stage where we are watching the entire catalogue of the Great British baking show over again to grow as a family. That’s a good one. So it’s been a little ritual where a lot of weeknights during the summer. I’m like okay, guys, dinner’s done. Let’s get in the shower. Let’s put on an episode of great British they get so happy with a we like to chant judging, judging,
Kulap Vilaysack 17:53
judging, these aren’t all in the shower together. You’re saying shower first and then we’re watching?
SuChin Pak 17:58
Correct. Shower first, then we’re watching. And then what we like to do what I like to do is surprise them with a little a little sweet thing during Great British. Because as you’re watching people bake cakes available. You want a little, you start to get a little fun mom, fun mom. And they don’t know fun Mom. They’re like dehydrated, little.
Kulap Vilaysack 18:32
So thirsty for mama.
SuChin Pak 18:34
Alfalfa sprouts1 that are just browning at the edges and just crawling into themselves. And I go guys, I got a fun dessert. And the look of like, love and appreciation and joy that they get to do that and watch great British together. Like they love this tradition. So we’ve been doing that and by the way, you love it too. No, I just thought, you know, I don’t practice this beforehand. I don’t say these things out loud before I say them to you. And I’m gonna say something. Well, no, it’s not that bad. It’s not that bad. But like, like, for instance, last night, our treat was frozen grapes. You know, like, it doesn’t always have to be a baked good. Sometimes it’s just something sweet that we don’t have often. And I had frozen a bunch of kind of squishy grapes that probably should have been thrown away. But I was like, No, that’s fine. When you freeze them, you can’t tell the texture of it. It turns into a whole new thing. You know, it transforms you guys.
SuChin Pak 18:37
Just so it’s clear to everybody because I think everybody listening you know Su, so but if this is the first time you’re listening to the show, it’s not that Sue is some sort of you know a supermodel fashion model who will only allow herself you know, frozen grapes as her like candy, right? It’s really because she’s so frugal. And if those grapes end up, you know, are they in the freezer as this treat? Are they in the freezer because she’s going to put in into her lomi? Probably. Probably why?
SuChin Pak 20:25
I pick out the ones that got fuzz on him again. I’m not going to. Staring at your microphone like that isn’t gonna make this nada thing.
Kulap Vilaysack 20:43
Tell me other treats than other than grapes, please.
SuChin Pak 20:58
Let me give you another example. Okay, fine. Yesterday it was frozen green grapes. Earlier in the week, I passed by a container of marshmallow spread. Okay, what is that? What is that? Yes. I said, Hey, I have some gluten free crackers. And what if we spread this marshmallow spread on a gluten free cracker, and I’ve got some sprinkles leftover from Christmas cookies. And we did yeah, Christmas in July. They loved it couldn’t even fathom that I would come up with something so fun and so innovative. Let’s say the word that we all want to say innovative in the dessert category. And so this is what we do. And you know, it’s so good. Like, because they it’s so cute, because I mean they get so into it. I’m not gonna if you haven’t seen the latest season of great British go ahead and fast forward, but you know, they’ll be like, oh, you’re going went home, data, oh my gosh. And Mike is like, I want no part of this. I can’t even understand why you’re watching. You know, bread rise. Like that’s not fun.
Kulap Vilaysack 22:15
It’s about nice people who are doing things and trying hard.
SuChin Pak 22:21
And they but they get so I can’t believe this […] went home.
Kulap Vilaysack 22:26
I had a friend who felt that really emphatically like your kids that […] like there was a conspiracy against him.
SuChin Pak 22:34
Oh, no, when […] getting went home, we all like the whole it was like a football game. It was like the NFL. The big game at the end of the year, the Super Bowl. And we were like, you know, and seeing them react to the Great British baking show was such passion. I’m like, the innocence. Just like the pure joy. And so I’m adding to cart, this stage of parenting but also, like, you’ll get to a point in parenting and, and some people may love every aspect of it. But I think most people, they like some aspects of it and not others. And you trust me coming from someone who just was in the darkest of the dark with young children. Like wow, you will get to a phase where there’s a give and take. And I’m sure there’s a phase around the corner called puberty where I’ll want to take this all back. But for now they’re in this like golden phase. They love that they love to get into whatever they’re going to see me get into. And it’s so fun to do that with them. So I’m adding to cart that.
Kulap Vilaysack 23:56
Su, I’m gonna remove from cart. I’m removing from cart, skin tags, because I got them burned off for the first time by a dermatologist a few weeks back.
SuChin Pak 24:11
Now what I think I know what a skin tag is. I mean, I know what it looks like they’re those little like skin, almost like a bump like a pimple. But it’s not a pimple.
Kulap Vilaysack 24:21
Like it grows. And I noticed one on my neck. There was one what I thought was there was one on my neck, a small one. And it probably was from like, all the gold chains that I wear and it being like, and I remember going oh, is that a pimple? Oh, I think maybe it’s like a skin tag like looking it up. And then when I went to the dermatologist just for your normal just spot check. I showed it to him and he was like, oh yeah, just come back. Come back and we’ll take care of it. So I did. And they did explain to me come 20 minutes early. They’re gonna put numbing cream on your neck and it needs to sit before he comes and removes them, I’m like, okay, that makes sense. When he comes in, he was like, oh, yeah, like, just understand that I thought there was one, one that I could see. And then he came in. He’s like, let me see again. He’s like, Oh, you got a bunch of little ones. I was like, oh, okay, I do. So then the nurse like comes in, puts the cream on. And she’s like, I did I miss any place. I’m like, I just, and no see that I’m always looking at my face and my neck or whatever. So I’m just like, rolling with it. And she’s like, do you think I got everything? I’m like, sure. It was all like, from my neck on it’s a little bit on my chest. And then he comes in, and I guess, like, just so you guys know, everything was fine. And I just wonder why sometimes I just don’t ask questions. Like, I just let things kind of like happen. Because the next thing you know, he’s like, okay, hopefully it’s not enough. And then he just like, proceed. It’s like, he’s like, burning it off. But I don’t understand that. That’s what’s going to happen until it is being done. It’s electric like, Buzz. And like, you know, so again, know that in my head, I knew that there was more than one because they cover my neck. But then he just kind of was like, like, it’s like and then labelling your Yeah, and I’m like, it’s not like, super painful, and then I was like, it was guys, it’s to the point where at the end, I was like, at the end of it. And my dermatologist is lovely. The nurses lovely. And I was like the nurse I was like, so he burned him?
SuChin Pak 26:51
Like, so confused?
Kulap Vilaysack 26:54
Is that what happened? And she’s like, yeah, exactly. It was like, and she’s like, don’t rub. Just let them handle themselves. And if they’re more, you can come back because he was like, Oh, you have a bunch of little ones. And you won’t get any more for a long time. And I was like just taking in that information. Because again, I thought I had one. I was like, oh, great. That’s great. I don’t have to come back. But it’s just clearly such a me thing is to go in and like Su there was like, like, over a dozen, like little scabs. Like small. But like there was a lot.
SuChin Pak 27:36
Yeah, when you went in for one and you come up with 12, that’s a big number. What is a skin tag?
Kulap Vilaysack 27:43
It’s like exactly what we said like a little growth.
SuChin Pak 27:46
Like is it dangerous?
Kulap Vilaysack 27:48
No, not at all. But they can it’s usually I think from like your like being irritated. And I think my mom nowadays I think about it, like she had some all around her neck to like when she was wearing her like 24k two gold chain. And I think she got them removed and stop wearing chains. I’m not gonna stop wearing chains, but I didn’t have them before I wear these chains. But now I know that there’s a solution. But basically, like, I mean, maybe like a week, they just, and I’m completely healed and like but it was such a like, new experience because I’ve never actually had any type of really like, dermatologist procedure.
SuChin Pak 28:31
And you didn’t even know that you were going in for one. I’m the stupidest smart person. I always say like, I can make smart moves. And I think I can I can portray a smart person. But when I tell you, you know what I mean, there’s a lady and a rocker in the back that just couldn’t even me bothered asking one follow up question because I’ve been and especially when it comes to doctors, like Mike is the total opposite. He has had doctors be quit him. I’ve never heard a doctor firing a patient because they just couldn’t take it. Multiple healers, doctors. There was a woman that came one time that was supposed to do some sort of like, I don’t know if it was a massage or something. And she drove from wherever. And she got here. They had like their 30 minute consultation, and she said she couldn’t do it drove down.
Kulap Vilaysack 29:35
You know what I mean? Yeah, I do. I do.
SuChin Pak 29:38
I’m not blaming him. There’s no that’s not any shade on him. But he’s the type of person that’s like, I got questions. And I know he’s got a notebook. And I’m like you, where I’ve definitely walked in and had things soldered and burned off. And then they have to call my husband and say come pick her up and he’s like, where is she? They’re like, she’s at the ENT. And she drove here herself. We told her not to drive here herself. She can’t drive home. This truce and then he picks me up in the party and he was like, what are you doing here? I was like, I don’t know I had a canker sore. And then I didn’t know they were gonna do that. I’m so out of my mind in so much pain because they soldered it or whatever they do. They burned it, and I can’t drive. So I relate. I get what you thought, you were going in for something, for one, and you walked out 12 times burned.
Kulap Vilaysack 30:44
And I think more, I think more. But then I’m also like, I feel brand new now. […].
SuChin Pak 30:51
Oh, yeah. […] And then ghost in it up. Ghost it up putting on those chains again? Yeah, thick chains. […] it?
Kulap Vilaysack 31:03
Su, before we leave. I think your time is just about up for the show. I wanted to share a listener DM and this DM was is related to a recent Ronny Chang episode.
SuChin Pak 31:18
I mean, there’s so many things in that episode that someone could DM about I’m so curious, what is this gonna say?
Kulap Vilaysack 31:24
Yes. So this is from our listener, Haley T, who gave me permission to read this on air to share it with you and Claire. So she wrote side boob or side ball is obviously the last thing anyone wants. Actually sideboob is pretty hot if the Tatas are meant to be shown. But have you ever heard of side puss? I cannot believe this actually happened. But yesterday morning, I had just had a wax and was wearing loose shorts. When the Amazon delivery guy came a knockin. My husband who saw me get up and saw the situation quickly said Haley stop. Just as I opened the door. I had hiked up my shorts a little too much. And literally half my labia was out on display to the delivery man. In hindsight, he kept looking away and I thought maybe he just didn’t like my yappy dog.
SuChin Pak 32:15
Oh, he liked your yappy dog. That was the problem. He liked him a lot.
Kulap Vilaysack 32:27
In hindsight, no pun intended. How funny is that DM like I just I read that. And I was like, but…
SuChin Pak 32:37
Who hasn’t? I mean, it’s every woman has side labia, you know, unintentionally. I don’t know. Right? You don’t intentionally side labia do you?
Kulap Vilaysack 32:49
Claire is like shaking her head and if listeners if you don’t recall, Claire does not wear underwear. Yeah, I mean, everyone’s done a little side labes.
SuChin Pak 32:58
Where are you side labing it on purpose.
Claire Jones 33:01
Oh, no, no, no.
SuChin Pak 33:02
Yeah, right. Exactly. Nobody side labes it on purpose. But we’ve all had our side labia moments. I mean, she was waxed. That’s a labia you want, you know, out. You know what I mean? If you had to choose a side labia time, that’s true,
Kulap Vilaysack 33:21
But I think she was bringing it more because I think there was probably maybe a little wax left and that’s what made the short kind of stick to create that sort of V neck. Well guys, that’s our show. Hey, do you know that we have even more add to cart to listen to, producer Claire’s show Sue and I ticked off trends. And then we decided if we’d add to cart or remove from cars, we’ve gone through slugging eyebrow stabs homemade floor cleaner. So subscribe if you want more of us it’s just $5.99 a month.
SuChin Pak 34:03
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Kulap Vilaysack 34:35
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