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I bought these because my other running shoes were completely worn. They were a little bigger, but I kept them anyway because an 8.5 probably would've been too small.
I'm in nursing school and these helped me to pass my most recent test. I was one of the few who passed the semester.
Lyrics are ok. Nothing earth shattering. Not up to par with some of his previous work. Vocals have been in retirement too long and it shows on most songs. His dental work makes the slower, softer songs almost unbearable to listen to. This will sit on my shelf until I take it to a used CD store.
I have to admit, it took me a lot of years to actually realize things like mud masks weren't just for fun. They actually work and are worth the work. For many years, I thought it was just something people do to relax, but I didn't realize how many benefits they have. I tried to use bentonite clay for one, but it got clumpy really easy and I ended up with lumps all over my face. This mud mask is easy to put on and I didn't need as much as I thought I would. A swisp on the finger tip did about 1/4 to 1/2 of my face depending on how thick I wanted it and if my face was already wet or not. It comes out darker than you would expect, at least after using bentonite clay which is very light colored, but it doesn't stain or anything. I cover my face and wait about 10 minutes, just until it feels like it is drying out and is sort of stiff. Then I use a wash cloth with warm water on it to wash it all off. It takes ringing out the cloth a couple of times, rinsing off the mud, and wiping more away. My skin feels soft and all of the dry skin is gone. It even clears out my pores. I love that I don't have to use a chemical concoction like most face wash. I know exactly what I'm putting on my face. It works great and even using it for many days in a row, I have hardly put a dent in the jar.