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***UPDATE: I got stuck with two bottles of this stuff. When I found out it has sodium lauryl sulphate in it, I decided to try it as a soap. Sure enough, it makes a bunch of bubbles and nicely cleans the green scum from inside my livestock buckets.***
I purchased the single because if 1 showed a difference the full package would be worth it. I put it on under my spanx on the ride to work (45 min). My skin on my stomach looked smoother but no change to my 'kangaroo pouch'. I may try it again with the cream....but so far- not impressed.
I have combination dry/oily skin and occasionally break out. I bought this after first purchasing CeraVe cleanser and soon after AM moisturizer. I liked it so much that I threw away my high priced Clinique night time moisturizer I had been using. I'm only irritated that I've been wasting money on brands at Sephora and Nordstrom for so long! This brand is a keeper, try it!
In our old 40yr old house, We had a bad roach infestation and nothing seemed to get rid of them long term. Raid roach and ant spray worked great on contact (they would literally die 2 seconds after spraying them). My mom went to Walmart and picked up some this Combat Source Roach gel (we call it roach peanut butter...dont ask) and I kid you not...after about a week we literally saw no more roaches!
It was a good software for small business...now it's NOT the same anymore, they want you to pay them monthly with things you may not need, like call their support and update tax for payroll. Very sad that they're trying to make it costly for small business...
...But in the inside the material that hold the velcro is loose and is really uncomfortable to rearrange the panels. The protection is OK
I bought this book because a colleague recommended it. The theory is interesting enough - that the earth's electromagnetic field has potential healing qualities. I was and remain prepared to accept the premise. However, there is no significant science presented in the book. Rather it consists of a series of anecdotes and reports of studies done with minimal scientific rigor on a handful of people. I resent is the implicit message of the book: that everyone needs to buy some stuff, conveniently sold on the authors' website, conveniently listed in the Appendix.