Thursday, October 23, 2014

Ageless Derma Oil Free Purifying Facial Cleanser Gel by Ageless Derma


Today's review is about the oil free facial cleansing gel from Ageless Derma. I've already used some of their products and so far, I like the results they deliver. Let's see if this toner can match their other line of products.



Product Description


  • With Certified Organic Aloe Vera and Chamomile Extracts 
  • Oil Free Purifying Facial Cleanser works to draw toxins from the skin, as well as dirt, make-up and other impurities. 
  • Surface oils, cosmetics and everyday grime particles will be removed, readying the complexion for other skin preparations such as moisturizers, anti-aging creams, toners, masks and makeup. 
  • Glowing, healthy skin with extra moisture and skin that feels good. 
  • Reduce skin puffiness and deeply cleansed skin pores.




My Opinion

I like the mild scent of it. The facial cleansing gel has a nice consistency and a small drop is what you need to clean your face and neck areas. It's gentle on the skin, it lathers up nicely and it's easy to wash, too. I like that it doesn't leave a slimy feel after washing it off. As soon as I have patted dry my face, I can feel that it's very clean. It didn't feel dry as well, unlike other facial cleansing gels that I've used. Plus, I can feel that my skin is soft and smooth. The only thing that concerns me is that I didn't feel any tightness of my skin after cleansing and to me, that means my skin has been stripped of moisture. But the good thing is, hours have passed and my skin still feels soft and smooth.

Recommendation

Overall, I had a wonderful experience with the cleanser. It cleans really well and it doesn't leave your skin dry. If you're looking for a great toner that leaves your skin squeaky clean, but not dry, this is a good one to try.

Where to buy?

You can purchase the Ageless Derma Oil Free Purifying Facial Cleanser Gel through the Ageless Derma website and on Amazon.

I received one or more of the products mentioned above for free using Tomoson.com. Regardless, I only recommend products or services I use personally and believe will be good for my readers.


Friday, October 17, 2014

Did you know?


The yummy papaya fruit helps improve digestion. The tropical treat is chock-full of papain, a proteolytic enzyme that aids in the breakdown of protein, which helps ease digestion.

Supporting Your Godchild From the Start and From the Heart


When your godchild is getting baptized, it can be both exciting and stressful. Getting gifts for the child can be difficult. They tend to outgrow pretty much anything you buy for them and their parents may or may not want their child to have certain items. Here’s how to avoid confusion while supporting your godchild from the heart.

Talk With The Parents

Talk with the parents about the types of gifts that are appropriate or that the parents would find acceptable. This is also a good idea when you just don’t know what to buy the child. Parents will have a good idea of what’s needed, what they can or will buy, and what they can’t or won’t.

So, for example, does the child need a teddy bear, or a new blanket, or just some basic clothes like socks and onesies? These are items that you can pick up almost anywhere, and while they won’t last long, they will be appreciated. Some parents will have already purchased a lot of clothes for their children, and they may only want you to get them a keepsake toy.

Get The Christening Gown

One idea is to buy the christening gown. Christening gowns come in a few different colors, with the most common or prominent being white. But, pastel colors are also available, especially yellow or an off-white color.

The gown is an integral part of the ceremony, so you would be making a major contribution to it. It would also be a wonderful way for you to show your support for the child.

Silver Is Always In

Silver spoons, a picture frame, or some other keepsake is almost always a good gift idea. These aren’t things that the child will immediately appreciate, but they are things that will appreciate on their own over time. If it’s something like a photo album or frame, then you can also add a picture of you holding the child.

You can also get the album, spoon, or whatever else you decide to purchase inscribed with the child’s name, his or her birthdate, and the day of the christening or baptism.

These types of gifts tend to be gifts that children grow up to appreciate through the memories that are associated with them.

Know Your Duties

Godparents are often part of the ceremony. If you’re never taken part in a christening or baptism before, talk with the pastor about what you will be responsible for. Usually, you’ll be asked to speak for the child during the ceremony, since they cannot speak for themselves. You will also become the sponsor for the child and will take on certain lifelong responsibilities, like making sure that the child is brought up in the Christian faith, attends church, and forms a relationship with both God and the church.

While you’re not a legal guardian, you are considered a spiritual one. It’s expected that you will support the child in some way, shape, or form, even though you have no legal duty to do so. It’s a big responsibility, and being asked to be a godparent is not something you should consider lightly.

Diane Leclair is a greeting card vendor and grandmom of six. When she has the time, she likes to write about life and family to help people relax and enjoy themselves more. Look for her enlightening articles on many of today's top websites and blogs.


Thursday, October 16, 2014

Safeguard Heart with Red Wine

The resveratrol in this sip helps reduce the production of heart-damaging inflammatory compounds by 26 percent. Not a fan of wines? Here's a yummy way to enjoy it.



Ingredients:
  • 1 sweet red pepper, chopped
  • 1 cup red wine
  • 1 jar [1 lb., 8 oz.] tomato basil or olive oil-garlic pasta sauce
  • 1 1/2 teaspoons smoked Spanish paprika
  • pre-cooked turkey or chicken meatballs
In medium saucepot coated with garlic-flavored cooking spray over medium heat, cooked chopped pepper 5 minutes or until tender, stirring occasionally. Add red wine. Cook 1 minute more. Stir in pasta sauce and smoked paprika. Add meatballs. Cover; let simmer 10 minutes or until meatballs are heated through, stirring occasionally. Garnish with chopped fresh parsley, if desired.

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