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Love this seasoning...use it on all salads including potato salad plus pizzas and EVERY receipe that calls for anything with tomato sauce, paste etc. I always have a back up bottle so I NEVER run out. (For adults who enjoy a bloody mary, this is a must to use).
Everywhere I turn someone is trying to sell me Nerium! So when a good friend of mine gave me a bottle I figured it couldn't hurt. I tried it for six weeks and maybe saw some minuscule improvement, but then again, maybe it was wishful thinking. My "friend" invited me to dinner and said she had to stop by a quick meeting for Nerium and asked if I minded coming along. this "quick meeting" was a sales pitch on trying to get people to become brand partners with promises of ipads, Lexus, and even being able to quit your full time job. Nerium seems to be a company much more focused on selling the benefits of distribution than selling the product. I suppose if you have plenty of friends who don't mind paying nearly $100 per month whether they need it or not, and who don't mind providing an income for their "friends", this just might be the business opportunity for you! As for the product, you are just as likely to see results from a regular moisturizer, drinking plenty of water and staying out of the sun!
Regular strength Tylenol is hard to find where i live. These are even in gel form. The pills are pretty large, but not a problem for me. Great deal!
Usually I have major problems with disaster movies because the characters and plot get lost in all the action packed special effects. Even most of the acting takes a backseat but with 2012 it's a little different. At times it can be very silly and over the top but to be honest this movie was so intense I didn't pay attention to the faults of this film. I just didn't care. 2012 honestly kept me on the edge of my seat most of the way through and let me tell you the special effects were mind blowing! Absolutely remarkable! It's worth watching just for the visuals alone, seriously. This is the real purpose of CGI. Everything nowadays is too much CGI and it's ruining films in my opinion because it's over-used in films that don't need it. For something like this that goes beyond anyone's imagination is just perfect and done correctly. Critics will find a lot of things wrong with this movie because it's not perfect, nor is any movie but this is just pure entertainment at its best. It's intense, sad, and quite sickening how selfish some people can be when the world has turned into complete chaos. Kick back and enjoy this jaw-dropping visual treat!
I have been using Aphogee products for about 3 years when I first started getting into hair care and caring for my own hair. In fact, I love the Aphogee 2 minute reconstructor and I use it almost every time I wash! However, I have always been too afraid to try the 2 step protein treatment after having read/heard countless horror stories. The first two years of my "hair journey" went really well. I went from not quite shoulder length hair to bra strap length (BSL) hair. But for the last year, I have noticed that I haven't retained much length at all, and my hair is still at BSL after an entire year. Despite using really good hair practices: low manipulation, protective styling, deep conditioning, moisturizing/sealing, etc. That's when I knew it was time to break out the big guns! As my hair has gotten longer, and therefore older, it was time for a seriously strengthening product and this was just the ticket! Most other reviewers have done a good job of conveying how hard your hair becomes and how careful you need to be when handling the hair, and the importance of using the balancing moisturizer. I agree with all those sentiments. You do have to study the instructions provided and adhere to them with vigilance. Another thing I'd like to add to the conversation is that I also use the balancing moisturizer as a part of my normal wash day routine. It works a lot like Roux PC and seems to close the cuticle, and instantly makes my hair softer, particularly when I use it after relaxing my hair (I use it in addition to a deep conditioner, not instead). Anyway, back to the treatment, I immediately noticed less breakage, and my hair instantly appeared thicker! Noticeably so! I assume that this may be due to it restoring much of the lost protein from relaxing. All I have to say is don't be afraid to try this product if you're experiencing breakage that persists despite supplementing hair with moisture, especially if your hair is on the longer side. I so wish I had tried this product a year ago, so I might have retained more length! Lesson learned! To be on the safe side, I deep conditioned with a moisture conditioner immediately following the 2 step process, but my hair honestly didn't feel like it needed it since it was adequately softened from the balancing moisturizer.
Given so many bad reviews I would normally forgo purchasing, but I was desperate to edit a video converted from my parents 8mm/Super 8 home movies and didn't have much time to research. I had spent almost $400 converting the film to video and at $89/hr for editing, I figured I didn't have anything to lose attempting to do it myself. The program loaded fine. Wave did lock up once, and I received one "real time" error message. My 4-yr old computer was adequate but slow--no surprise there--I just played Wii golf with hubby while it was processing. I was able to edit the video, add a menu, a sound track, and burn a DVD all without so much as watching a tutorial (I was too impatient--probably could have done it faster if I had). The project turned out GREAT. Now I just need to burn copies for the family--this is going to be the best Christmas present ever! And I'm already planning a slide show of my daughter's wedding photos.