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  • Book Maven 2005 - Could not believe how bad some of these stories were

    Could not believe how bad some of these stories were. The lack of diversity and the sheer boredom of reading them. Only Stephen O'Connor's Next to Nothing made any impact on me. I can only assume the editor was paying back literary favors in this terrible selection of stories.

  • Norma Fetherolf - great face cream

    I have been using Sebamed for about a year now. It is a great, non-greasy moisturizing cream. I use it morning and evening and my skin texture has improved. Dark spots are lighter and bumps have disappeared. I can't stand heavy,

  • lizzytish - aveeno cc cream

    I bought Aveeno CC Cream for the SPF rating of 30 as I'm using Retin A and need a good sunscreen. The fragrance is too strong,the product is heavy feeling after application, and it is greasy. Very disappointing. I should have purchased at CVS - they would allow me to return the product.

  • marla - Great product!

    The hair skin and nails formula works great! It helped lessen the peeling and flaky skin around my fingernails, leaving them feeling smoother and looking healthier. The taste and texture are great too and best of all they're easy to chew gummies so no water needed and you can pip them in your mouth on the go. I got mine free from #Smiley360. Thanks #Vitafusion for the great product. ☺

  • Ghoulagha - It is what I expected.

    Have been using it for 3 weeks now, 1-2 times per day. It has definitly helped my lower back pain. I am still sore in the mornings, but that is mostly due to my mattress, which is overdue.

  • Ayla - Awesome!! Thanks to the other reviewers

    We did this over the weekend and I saved about $2800! My mid-60s kitchen with mint green countertop had to go. I finished the cabinet transformations (Expresso) about a month ago (excellent!), put down a new floor over the old linoleum, added stainless handles to the cabinets, and painted the kitchen. Countertop next. I used the Desert Sand, mainly because I liked it best, but also because it's available in 2 sized. (I had 36 sf, which I might have covered with the 50, but I changed my mind and got 2 small kits) I have 4 tiny imperfections, which I can fix. I won't reiterate the comments made by those of us who liked it.