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  • Win a Navman MY650 or MY600 GPS

    Last post: Elisha on 03.09.15 at 01:19

    "He is a Great Help" & best DAD in the World of TWO DAUGHTERS! He works (job) and pic's up kids from school, takes them for piano/dance classes, shopping, movies, eating out, plays board games, and teach them school books. We loves to travel to new areas/beaches which we have never been before. Navman MY650 would be a great help for day today for my young family and a BEST fathers day gift! Read more about Win a Navman MY650 or MY600 GPS

  • Win 1 of 2 Silk Epil 7’s courtesy of Farmers & Braun

    Last post: Elisha on 03.10.14 at 23:24

    I love that it removes hair even as short as a grain of sand (0.5mm) and also the exfoliation brush removes dead skin cells with massaging micro-vibrations to bring out your natural skin glow which is more effectively than a manual treatment alone and best of all it's Waterproof + washable "FIVE STAR'S" from me ***** (love to own one) Read more about Win 1 of 2 Silk Epil 7’s courtesy of Farmers & Braun

  • Chia Seed Benefits - Improve Health

    Last post: Elisha on 28.09.14 at 23:57

    Chia seeds are one of nature's best sources of alpha-linolenic acid, a type of essential omega-3 fatty acid that has many important functions in the human body. A deficiency in alpha linolenic acid and its 'cousin' linoleic acid has been associated with hair loss and scaly skin.
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  • Real food for your skin CARE

    Last post: Elisha on 28.09.14 at 23:54

    Besides Salmon being rich in protein and vitamin D (both are key to strong hair) the omega-3 fatty acids found in this tasty cold-water fish are the true superstar. Your body can't make those fatty acids, which your body needs to grow hair. About 3% of the hair shaft is make up of these fatty acids, Drayer says. Omega-3s are also found in cell membranes in the skin of your scalp, and in the natural oils that keep your scalp and hair hydrated. Read more about Real food for your skin CARE

  • Hairdresser products vs supermarket hair products

    Last post: Elisha on 28.09.14 at 23:45

    Products you want to keep it in its original shade as long as possible. You should avoid sun, salt water, and swimming pool chlorine for the first 48 hours after coloring. After that, you should use shampoos and conditioners specially formulated for colored hair. It is always best to use the same product line for both color treatment and maintenance. Read more about Hairdresser products vs supermarket hair products

  • HAIR and COLOR

    Last post: Elisha on 28.09.14 at 23:36

    I think most important is your skin tone. You'll look best in a hair color that complements your natural skin tone. Tone is used to describe the warmth or coolness of a color. In general, warm skin tones have yellow, peach, or red undertones and cool complexions have pink, violet, or blue undertones. Your complexion coloring is either dark, olive, peaches & cream or fair to light. Like to know more about warm and cool hair colors that best suits you then check.
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  • Handbags...Does Size matter.....?

    Last post: Elisha on 28.09.14 at 23:32

    You should never underestimate the power of accessories. I do think we can and should each find our own personal style and be comfortable with it. Read more about Handbags...Does Size matter.....?

  • Hair washing

    Last post: Elisha on 28.09.14 at 23:16

    The right formula can make your hair more manageable while providing an extra measure of protection during heat-styling. If you have fine or thin hair, look for spray-on formulas, normal to slightly thick or coarse hair should go for thin lotions; and those with very thick or curly hair should try creamy formulas. Read more about Hair washing

  • Win With Remington

    Last post: Elisha on 25.09.14 at 01:55

    At last there is some hope to save some money.
    Cross Fingers! Read more about Win With Remington

  • The beauty & the breath

    Last post: Elisha on 14.07.14 at 01:16

    Occasionally, bad breath is due to something in the lungs or gastrointestinal tract, or to a systemic infection. Some health problems, such as sinus infections or diabetes, can also cause bad breath. And sometimes it just comes down to what you ate for dinner ;-) Read more about The beauty & the breath


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