Skin Free Review

I’ve been seeing the product name “Skin Free” in the blogosphere and I’m thrilled I was given the opportunity to give these products a try.

My skin care routine started when I was really young. Like around 10 years old. My sister used yummy smelling scrubs and lotions. My mom put on masks and toners. I wanted to play with all of this too so my mom got products just for me. And when friends spent the night we would put on our 45’s and set up our arsenal for facials and manicures. Ah… I can smell the Noxzema now.

I’m constantly looking for products that will do whatever my skin needs at the time. Going to a drug store brings me such joy! Those jars on the shelves symbolize hope wrapped in plastic wrapped in (usually) high prices. But let me tell ya’ something, Skin Free products are not expensive, thus begins a new relationship between me and Skin Free.

First off you are getting quality ingredients. Skin Free does not include petroleum jelly or mineral oil. That is a plus. Next you are getting products that give you a greater saturation of the skin. That’s what we want.

I have found Skin Free products to be effective and a wonderful value. (And something that I absolutely love is their use of Niaouli oil in some products. I love the smell!)

You can purchase Skin Free products at your local Walgreens and CVS. Or, you may place an order on-line at www.skinfree.net. *Free shipping on orders of $25.00 or more!

For some fun, why not enter the Skin Free giveaway that is happening at my other site Ann Again… and again. There is a $30 gift certificate for one lucky winner!

The Side-Yard Superhero

I am so happy that I’ve spent time with Rick Niece as he reminisces about growing up in DeGraff, OH in the book “The Side-Yard Superhero“.

Rick shares his small town memories which include a pivotal friendship with Bernie Jones. Bernie goes from an unknown shadow to an important part of Rick’s life.

While reading “The Side-Yard Superhero” you get the feel of small town DeGraff and the people that contribute to the vibe of the town. This story will transport you to days when things moved a bit slower, neighbors took interest in one another, and coffee was 10 cents a cup. I want to live in DeGraff, OH!

This book will warm your heart and put a smile on your face. I really needed a story like this now. I think we all do.

* The Side-Yard Superhero” is the first book in a three book series “Life In DeGraff: An Automythography” published by Synergy Books.

I am so happy that I’ve spent time with Rick Niece as he reminisces about his childhood growing up in DeGraff, OH in the book “Side-Yard Super Hero”.

Rick shares his small town memories which include a pivotal friendship with Bernie Jones. Bernie goes from a unknown shadow to an important part of Rick’s life.

While reading “Side-Yard Super Hero” you get to know the

Diane Birch – Bible Belt

I love jazz. I love smooth jazz. In dreams, I spend warm nights on a spacious patio with a cocktail in one hand and my own personal jazz band playing… just for me. No place else to be. Just hangin’ out. Smo-o-o-oth.

Diane Birch‘s first release “Bible Belt” is giving me that vibe. I completely enjoy this cd. It’s bluesy, jazzy, emotional, and yep, smo-o-o-oth. Elements of Norah Jones, Phoebe Snow and Joni Mitchell. That’s what I hear and it makes me happy. Check her out.

Diane Birch – “Nothing But A Miracle”

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