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What Is Face Serum, And How Does It Work?

Huffington Post published an article yesterday explaining how face serums work and why, although not necessary, it should be part of your daily skincare regimen.  Consider adding serum to your skincare routine being likened to taking daily multivitamins – you reap the benefits and the cons are virtually non-existent.

“Of course, the better condition your skin is in, the more amazing your makeup looks and wears throughout the day,” says Buckle. “It’s simple math — the less problems you have to cover, the less makeup you have to use. Serums help give your skin a fresher, younger and healthier appearance.”

My favorite serum that I absolutely cannot live without? Gustavo’s Anti-Aging Organic Eye Serum.  Its hydro-lift technology allows for the organic serum to be kept without an expiration date and keeps harmful chemical (also known as preservatives aka parebens) off of your body’s biggest organ – your skin.

Gustavo Eye Serum

I apply it twice a day (during morning and night-time skincare routines).  It gives me comfort to know that I’m being pro-active about steering myself toward anti-aging and organic products and, of course, wrinkle prevention.

Get out there and start using serums!  It’s never too late!

Read more at: What Is Face Serum, And How Does It Work?.

Practicing What I Preach – Coconut Oil

After reading about so many benefits and uses for coconut oil, I decided to go out and purchase a jar. It was very inexpensive and available at my local grocery store in the ‘Oil’ aisle. This jar roughly cost me $4.99.

In an effort to find more household uses for coconut oil, I stumbled across this page and found some great ideas. Check them out!

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Not all those who wander…

A nice reminder, complete with infographic, on why it’s important to just keep going.

Cristian Mihai

post-39773-Lost-in-Life-People-who-took-a-CV1OIt’s been twelve years since I wrote my first story. Didn’t even have the guts to finish it. I started about ten times more projects than I finished. I gave up, again and again. Some days I just wouldn’t want to write anything. I’d hate it; I’d loathe the fact that I had to edit my stories, that I had to read them aloud and realize they’re not as good as I thought when I wrote them. I’d despise the fact that some days it just didn’t work. The words wouldn’t come.

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