Wow! I’m so glad the hubby has me watching the Science Channel. I love me some Christian Bale, but Grant Reynolds, Wow!
I was just checking my Ipsy.com account and saw that I’ve been a subscriber since December 2011! I knew that I had been getting my Glam bags for a few years, but didn’t realize just how long. How cool is that??
This new Physicians Formula Nude Wear blush is a great everyday color. The blush has Nude Wear written on it in shimmer. The shimmer quickly wears off. The price was $12.99 at Ulta, but I paid $7.54 as it was a buy one get one 50% off, and I had an Ulta store coupon.
The color I have is Natural and it’s a great peachy color. My go to color before was Clinique in New Clover. With the Physicians Formula, I barely have to sponge any off. It’s a great color for my pale complexion. It is very natural looking and fresh. It gives me just the right amount of color.
I like that there are four colors in the palette. I use all the colors together, but you could easily use each color separately. Well one of the colors is a highlighter. The blush colors are very neutral, and the packaging is adorable.
I’m really digging Physicians Formula lately, and at such a great price, I’ll be saying Buh Bye to Clinique New Clover.
Let me start off by saying this product is amazing! I had tried Josie Maran’s argan oil and loved it. I got a sample of Josie’s in an IPSY bag I got a while ago. While I loved Josie’s brand, it’s a bit pricey. The Physicians Formula Argan Wear Glow oil is only $14.99 for one ounce. I bought it at Ulta, and only paid $8.69. They had a buy one get one for 50% off, and I had an Ulta store coupon.
Here is the Ulta description:
Physicians Formula’s Argan Wear Glow Oil is 100% Pure Argan Oil, known as “liquid gold” for this its rich conditioning benefits, can improve skin’s brightness, tone, texture and elasticity. Weightless multi-tasking miracle combines the benefits of a moisturizer, primer, brightener, protector & treatment in one! Use on face, body, hair, & nails. This magical ingredient from Morocco transforms skin, smoothing the appearance of fine lines, brightening dull skin and renewing suppleness, helping to enhance skin’s youthful looking glow without ever leaving a greasy feel or finish.
I’ve been using it for about a month. It is so great for my mature skin. I was trying the Mario Badescu skin care line and wasn’t really impressed. My chin had broken out, which my skin never does, so I took the Mario stuff back to Ulta. The argan oil cleared my skin up immediately. Argan oil gives you a nice glow, and seems to smooth out my skin. It softens my wrinkles and just makes my skin look better. For the price you can’t beat it.
I use it as a night time treatment. I use 4 drops for my face. I’m trying a Perricone MD Cold Plasma Sub D on my neck and will hopefully see some good results with that.
Argan oil has so many uses. I’ve been using Moroccan oil on my hair for several years, and it works great.
So very important.
How important is proofreading? Extremely so!!!
Great tips! Thanks BeLikeWater!
Great post by the ultimate Ulta insider. Thanks Kellee.
Ok, I’m not a big cat fan, but wow!
Didga the skateboarding cat from Australia, skates like a boss and shows off her skills at a skate park.
I wish I could get my brothers to quit smoking. One had quit for 15 years then started up again.
By Mike Adams | Natural News
Today I’m publishing the laboratory test results that document the levels of lead, cadmium, arsenic and aluminum found in popular cigarettes and cigarette rolling paper. The good news is that the concentrations of metals are very low in the rolling paper.
Below, a series of graphics show the cigarette heavy metals lab testing results as well as microscopy photos of cigarette materials and cigarette filters. (I conducted the ICP-MS research and took the microscopy photos myself.)
BACKGROUND: As Natural News readers know, I’m the science lab director of the Natural News Forensic Food Lab, where we run an Agilent 7700x ICP-MS instrument capable of detecting heavy metals down to parts per billion concentrations. I was the first researcher in the world to document the heavy metals capturing potential of common foods, and the first to document the heavy metal tungsten in rice…
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