You try it out! Every skin will react differently to products -- you never know unless you try the product to see if it is beneficial for you and it does what you want it to do.Is it real that expensive skin products are the more effective?If not so, please give ways to determine what skin care product will suit a person.
I agree...the only way to know is to try it. However, you should know this. If you are switching to a new product, your skin may be prone to a mild reaction at first anyway...the only way to know how a product really works on your skin is to try it for over 2 weeks. This only applies, however, to very slight-to-mild breakouts that fall under the "blemish" category. Rashes are definitely a reason to stop using a product, no matter how long you've been using the product. If your reaction seems "allergic" stop right away.You try it out! Every skin will react differently to products -- you never know unless you try the product to see if it is beneficial for you and it does what you want it to do.
I sold my staging business -- market and location didn't provide the cash to work flow. I am on standby in case there is a flurry of activity and I still provide some consultations for realtors.I believe that is true, Mari - A fancier bottle, ad campaign, & fragrance, but same ingredients?
Say, how are the new jobs going for you? Anything interesting to share?
I was a late bloomer after I got out of convent schools (although I was a rebel there too).Mari
Sounds like you are leading quite the life!....whether or not you make any money, you've always got something interesting to do! Nothing wrong with that!
Any plans for the hula hoop this summer when the outlaws....er I mean inlaws....come for a visit??! Wouldn't they just be speechless now?Are you something of a free spirit in your quaint little village?