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The only unique ingredient in here is Oleandar which irritates some peoples skin just enough to plump it up a bit and mask wrinkles temporarily. It's not a miracle cream, not approved by the FDA, and long term effects are unknown. All the other ingredients are common in all beauty products. The "proprietary blend" is just aloe vera and Oleandar. I found that it actually dried out my skin and didn't deliver promised results at all. The results I am seeing from friends that are using it are being told by their reps what a huge difference it's making when it's literally nothing. If you don't see results in that first 30 days you have to "keep using it, give it a chance, it will work!!" The VAST majority of people will be able to achieve similar results with a good over the counter cream at a fraction of the price...especially those who do not regularly use a face cream right now. Most people who have "amazing" results are the same people trying to sell it to you and to sign you up under them, and the before/afters are either literally unbelievable or obviously done under different lighting at slightly different angles. I have no doubt that a small, SMALLLL percentage of people have some result they are pleased with enough to keep purchasing. What turned me off to this product isn't even the product itself, which is lackluster and disappointing at best. It's the cultish mindset of their sales reps. I'm sure to get a few comments here about how I'm wrong, and don't know what I'm talking about, and then they'll link you to neriums website to "find out for yourself" using their personal link to amass more sales and hopefully talking you into joining them. They whip/brainwash these people up into a frenzy. What do all the failed Nerium reps and people bamboozled into buying it do when they're left with all this worthless product? They hawk it on Amazon at a discounted rate! Sure, they'll say it's counterfeit since the company prohibits amazon and ebay sales, but even if so...the counterfeit is probably at least as effective as Nerium so who cares! No, you don't get a 30 day guarantee when you buy it here, but at least you're not being harassed by fanatical tin foil hat and soon to be former friends, put on autoship, or **automatically given a sales page** to start your own "business" when you buy on Amazon!
I’ve been moving things back and forth from my old place to my storage unit, and storage unit to my house, so my little Civic can only handle so much. This really helps me get a little extra to and from each area.
I have had a Dyson for years and I have been happy with it. But a year ago, we moved into a three story home. And the Dyson is quite frankly, a bit heavy to lug around. With very little research I recently bought this Shark on kind of an impulse. It weighs probably 2/3 less than the Dyson. I now keep the Dyson upstairs and use the Shark on the level with the family room, living room, etc. It's great for carpet and hardwood floors. I used it on a carpet that I had vacuumed the day before with my Dyson and it got a disturbing amount of material up from my carpet. Plus, the lift away feature is AWESOME compared to my Dyson. It's phenomenal for going out into the garage and getting the car interiors. So light and easy to use. The fact that this was less than half the price of the Dyson is staggering to me. For the record, I am a guy, and this thing has me looking forward to vacuuming--almost. But I am also a parent. And this thing is so light, that my little kids can use it without me worrying about them clunking it into furniture (the way I do with the Dyson). I know this isn't the most organized review, but if you are looking at this as an alternative to the Dyson, BUY IT. You will not regret it.
Only 50 mg EPA DHA per capsule. This is cheap fish oil in tiny amounts at a ridiculously inflated price. You can get a triple concentrated with over 900 mg EPA and DHA per capsule for a small fraction of the price of this misrepresented swindle. Larry King is also a known scam artist from his checkered past so it is not surprising.
Again, This is the 3rd or 4th Samsung SSD I have bought from Amazon. All came in the 2-day prime period and each one has worked perfectly out-of-the-box. In my opinion Samsung is one of the best brands around/ I have used a 500GIG on my Desktop and two 250 GIGS on two ACER netbooks. All have worked perfectly. The speed increase is not short of amazing on boot-up.
Prologue: For the last two years, I've only worn Vibrams. Every day. Rain, snow, summer, whatever. Before I wore the vibrams, I was spraining my ankles every couple of months. Now, no sprains in over two years, despite the fact that my ligaments are still too loose and pop out of their groove every so often.
This is a wonderful chair. I've used it with my daughter since she was about four months old and we take it with us when we travel, when we visit friends, when we go out to eat, etc. I also did a bunch of research on chairs before buying and was looking at the P&T metoo, the P&T Lobster, and a Chico chair. This one had the perfect balance of small size, portability (complete with a handy little pocket in the back that you can store her food packages and spoon in, or toys), and style. I'd recommend it above the other three.