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A dropper full of dr. brandt's anti-oxidant water booster in blueberry ($35) is equal to 15 cups of green tea, minus the caffeine. I've been splashing 1/4 droppers into my boring tap water at work and it's MUCH more tasty. Since the subprime mortage crisis hit, I've eliminated my costly "bottled water only" at work habit. This stuff makes my water taste delish - although it does cause a strange residue at the bottom of the cup. But it washes out pretty easily. The best part? It encourages younger-looking skin. Try it out.
Bioelements Vitalization Body Creme ($50) is a perfect summertime moisturizer in that it's not TOO heavy, yet does the job, and is pleasantly scented with a faint herbal fragrance. In addition to the usual body lotion geographical areas, I like to slather a lot of it on my feet with some thin cotton socks for baby-soft tootsies.
Schick Quattro for Women ($15) is the first of the Schick razors I've tried and it's impressed me. The four-bladed wonder boasts an ergonomic design, its own suctioned-to-the-wall "house" for the shower, and two conditioning strips to ensure silky smooth gams. It gets down to business (unlike other women's razors, like the Flicker, which doesn't do ANYTHING) without leaving me a bloody mess. I have a huge tendency to cut myself as if I haven't been shaving for the last fifteen years.
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