San Francisco Neuropsychology PC — SFBrainDoc: An institute providing neuropsychological services in the San Francisco Bay Area of Northern California, for Children, Adults & Seniors, in English, Spanish & other languages. Telephone: 415-627-9095 - SFBrainDoc: An institute providing neuropsychological services in the San Francisco Bay Area of Northern California, for Children, Adults & Seniors, in English, Spanish & other languages. Telephone: 415-627-9095
Country: 126.96.36.199, North America, US
City: -118.3928 California, United States
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I love this water primer! Each time I do a water change and toss this bad boy in, I can see how happy my fish is. It is a huge bottle and I can see it lasting me ages too. Believe all the 5 star reviews.
Was expecting great things from this product and although it has clearly improved from earlier reviews as the smell of the product is now a pleasant citrus fragrance and the colour of the tan is no longer orange, the shade of tan is nothing like the advertisements. It takes layers and layers, day after day of applying the lotion to notice a slight difference in skin colour and even then it is very subtle. Nothing like the shots of the very dark skinned lady on the advertisement.....although I didn't really want that result but some immediate colour change would have been good.
I'm 59 years old and used this Boots Serum for a few weeks. I noticed I had several tiny zits and thought it was due to something unrelated, but stopped using it, and my skin cleared. I started using it again to verify, and my skin broke out again. Sure did not work for me!
I am an artist and a gamer, hoping to find a monitor to fit both my passion's needs. The price is a good deal, but you get what you pay for right? You better use an HDMI cable for this monitor because when I used the VGA cables that were provided, the quality and the resolution alignment were horrid. The colors aren't true. I've been using an amazing NEC AccuSync LCD monitor for many years prior and the colors and refresh rate were outstanding. It wasn't widescreen nor was it a big monitor, but its colors and quality were close to godliness. It set my standards high, and I was hoping this AOC monitor would be equally as good, but it did not satisfy. Plus, my Adobe Photoshop CS2 is having compatibility issues with this monitor, and I am in the process of frustration and troubleshooting. The refresh rate is an average 60Hz, since its max resolution is 1980x1080 (1080p).