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Forget those 500 dollar vacuums with the ball, unless you think a vacuum cleaner is a status symbol. The Shark Navigator will suck just about anything out of a carpet or off a floor, and really does never lose suction. I bought a Bissell carpet cleaner for $99 from Amazon at the same time as the Shark. I gave my rather time-worn carpet a good vacuuming with the Shark first, used the Bissell next (which did an excellent job, BTW), and followed up with another shot from the Shark. My carpet now looks almost as a good as new. You cannot buy a better vacuum cleaner than the Shark, so save yourself the $350 difference between the Shark and the ball and have dinner on me. :-)
I've struggled with moderate acne since my teens. In my 20s I was on the Pill so acne was pretty manageable. After going off the Pill and then after having my baby I developed horrible cystic acne on my chin - three or four huge zits a month. I randomly came across Exposed on the Internet one night and bought it on a whim. I honestly wasn't expecting it to work but thought it couldn't hurt. The first night I used the products, I had two large "underground" zits on my chin. I swear that within minutes of applying the acne treatment and clear pore serums I could feel the zits shrinking. I thought it was just in my head, but when I woke up the next morning, the zits were definitely smaller and within a few days had shrunk completely and never broke the surface as they would have normally done. I was amazed. I haven't had a single cystic acne since. I've had a few small zits here and there, but I've been using the products for over three months, and the last time I ovulated (when I normally get breakouts) I didn't get even a single, tiny zit. Finally, at 33, my skin is the clearest it's ever been.
My skin is very oily, but I found the moisturizer to be too dry. I did start the products in the dead of winter, so I will try using the moisturizer when the weather starts heating up. I also don't use the cleanser in the morning. I like washing my face in the morning with jojoba and castor oil - it makes my skin soft and doesn't strip my skin. The Exposed cleanser is great in the evening and removes all traces of my makeup.
If you are hesitant to spend the money on the kit, I would definitely try the serums - I think those two products are what really made the difference on my skin. The cleanser and toner are great, but I don't always use them daily like I do the serums and my skin still does great.
And hardly anybody seems to mention diet and acne, but I do believe we have foods that trigger or inflame our acne. My skin was great when I was pregnant and I thought it was the change in hormones. But I also realized that I wasn't drinking alcohol or coffee on daily basis like I was after my baby was born. (Motherhood is hard - don't judge!) cutting down my alcohol consumption and switching to decaf, I believe, has been a huge contribution to the appearance of my skin. When I do have a cup of regular coffee every now and then, I will have a small break out two or three days later. Pay attention to your diet and you may discover foods that trigger your acne.
Donnie Yen (of Ip Man and Ip Man 2) once again blows me away with an incredible, thoughtful performance in "Dragon." This film's storyline is artfully crafted and put me on the edge of my seat then kicked me out of it, repeatedly, it was so good. The fight scenes were fantastic and action-packed with moves that are a thing of beauty. If you are a fan of Donnie Yen (as I am) or love a great martial arts movie (as I do) with unpredictable twists, then you have to see this.
Takeshi Kaneshiro expertly portrays an intuitive and reflective law enforcement officer (Xu Baijiu) on a quest for truth, and you have to watch this to see if the truth set him free. With great skill and grace, Donnie Yen masterfully plays Liu Jinxi, a multi-faceted character with an abiding desire for peace, but who is thrust into circumstances that put that desire at risk. His beautiful wife, Ayu, (actress, Tang Wei), plays a gentle and vulnerable character with a painful past that tenderly compels you care about her well-being.
While the ending might be controversial to some, it is important to remember that at one point in the movie, Liu discusses his view of karma with Xu...For me, everything ties together neatly at the end and is a movie that I plan on adding to my martial arts collection. I thoroughly enjoyed this movie, and recommend it.
I bought a new laptop and needed Office. The laptop runs Windows 8- This program installed with ease, all programs work as expected- I love he recommend chart feature in Excel- Has helped me at school- I have started to work with Access and so far the tutorial has helped me set up my databases- So far very impressed-