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  • Amazon Customer - great crock pot for the price!

    the size is perfect for two people with a little left over for a lunch meal the next day. it cooks evenly and easy to clean up! would buy it again!

  • paintednightsky - Don't waste your money

    Biggest joke of a product ever. You are just rubbing the product into balls on your skin. It is not dead skin! I looked at the ingredients and it is the carbomer (an acrylic-also used in hair gels) balling up. If it was actually your skin, your face would be feeling it. Don't waste your money. It is amazing the amount of people believing that those little polymer balls is their skin rubbing off -_- My face felt the same as before. Look at the ingredients and don't be fooled. There are no active ingredients in this product that would be peeling your skin. This is literally water, dead sea salt, and some granules of nut shell powder along with various chemicals/synthetics. There are much more effective face masks out there than this "peel" which shouldn't even be called a peel.

  • Ignite - A very good read

    Sophie has just gone back to work, in the publishing industry, after her daughter started school. It’s her dream job in a children’s book publishing company. At university she discovered her friend Jasmine was the grand-daughter of the company director. Unusually, she hated her grandfather. In the story, we go back and forth between the present day and their time at university.

  • buckspy - Quite a bit of noise

    This was for our 2014 Jeep Grand Cherokee Overland with the extra large sun roof. The noise these created, caused me to remove them. I tried adjusting them to hopefully reduce the noise, however I didn't have any luck. The function of these worked perfectly, used with a Yakima Skybox 21 traveling across the country. The noise may be more noticeable due to the sunny room, however will not be able to confirm until we order a replacement.

  • cadkins19191 - but just starting to prepare for the PCAT and I'm really satisfied with my purchase

    Got this a couple months ago, but just starting to prepare for the PCAT and I'm really satisfied with my purchase. Thank you so much!

  • Kanika Vann - Heals Eczema

    I use honey to moisturize my face, to soothe my throat and to unclog my pores. But this honey, got rid of my eczema. About a year ago, a quarter-sized patch of eczema appeared on my back. It was itchy, dry, and a little flaky. So I took to the Internet in search of a holistic and chemical-free solution (I believe chemicals only further exacerbate the problem). And every organic website recommended honey. So I tried store-brought. NOTHING! But soon, I discovered organic raw honey. But it only helped a little. The itch lessened but the size of the eczema patch began to grow. About a month ago, I ran across a website that claimed this particular brand to be a wonder drug so I sucked up my displeasure with paying $34 for honey and purchased it. I put it directly on my eczema everyday for about 2 weeks and one day I realized it was gone. My boyfriend touched my back the other day and said, "That rough patch of skin you had right here is gone. What did you put on it?" My reply: HONEY, honey. Give it a try. You won't be disappointed.

  • Suzegal - I disregarded complaints about a weak motor.

    Because I work in an OR, I am acquainted with pressure sensitive motors. They prevent injuries. That's why I disregarded the complaints about a weak motor. The motor is fine. I believe it is pressure sensitive so that you can't hurt yourself. It took longer than a day to acquire the calluses we have on our feet so don't expect this to take it off in a day. Daily after I took my shower, I ran this over the sore spots on my feet or stayed a little longer on the days something hurt to walk (callus from an old fracture). In a week, I had achieved the desired results. Now I just have to do maintenance every couple of days. I bought the refills with the unit. I have not needed to change them yet.

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