Sami Lahoud | This blog is meant to keep our friends, family and interested blog visitors informed about our Leukemia Journey. - This blog is meant to keep our friends, family and interested blog visitors informed about our Leukemia Journey.
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I love Skederm products so I had to try the eye cream and I am so glad that I did. The tiny bottle is very easy to pack up and travel with. I place it in the fridge so that it is nice and cold and use it every morning. The cream works great on it's own to wake up my eyes - I just like the extra help of the coolness. You can see results almost immediately. It is a nice smooth cream and absorbs quickly so you can apply moisturizer or make up within minutes.
If they had a 5X, I'd buy them instead! Am I the only 6' 6" guy around looking for decent gloves? So, for me, these fit quite tight at first, but they loosen up a bit over time as I stretch them out. Then the seams start to go, and I'm back here to buy another pair.
I very rarely write reviews, but I was really surprised by how well this product worked. I purchased it for my thinning hair and didn't really give much thought to nails. But within two weeks, I noticed my nails were getting stronger and growing quickly. I had just gotten used to them breaking easily. Now my spending on nail polish has increased significantly over the last few months. I am now on my fourth bottle of these vitamins. I had tried just biotin before this and didn't notice anything.
My three year old granddaughter likes this-I use it on my kindle and she likes practicing words by sight. It's easy to use and best of all, was FREE.
Worked great the first week of using it! Then the 2nd and 3rd week my acne seemed to be coming back, alot worse than it was before. The lotion made my skin really oily. Stopped using it immediately
This is an awesome fresh-smelling cleaning product that cleans soap scum and other hard to remove stuff like no other !
Very interesting read that takes a contrarian point of view against the plethora of books released over the past 5 years espousing the inevitability and ubiquity of big data speeding the progress of efficiency and decision making against all facets of life. The book utilizes an interesting mix of fly on the wall perspective regarding the day to day mindsets of quants, accessible breakdowns on core concepts of data science and analytics and a bit of a polemic screed on the dangers of blindly going with the assumption that data 'doesn't lie' that is impassioned and infuriating all at once. From start to finish Cathy O'Neil deftly shines light on the inherent (humanistic) biases that are built into many of the hypothesis, analysis and actions taken from careless data modeling and why we all need to be aware of this sometimes sloppy science and the unfortunate results that leave many a victim in its wake.