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Formaldehyde - one of the most common harmful ingredients present in most cosmetic products

16th November 2011
Have you ever taken the time to ask yourself what it is you are smearing on your skin in the name of beauty? If you havenít then itís about time that you did. Hereís a fact that you probably didnít know- many of the cosmetics and personal skin care produ... Read >
Author: Ray James

Why Yogurt Is the Recommended as Best Drinks in Summer

17th October 2011
Many people like drinking yogurt, especially for the girls. But some people feel that the dairy products could not be drunk frequently for it has the possibility to become fat. Is this opinion right? Of course not, yogurt is recommended as the best drinks... Read >
Author: Codeblue

Juvederm vs Restylane - My Lip Raising Experience

26th September 2011
Dermal fillers have been received much attention lately in the world of cosmetic dermatology and anti-aging. And all with good reason. Skin fillers such as Restylane and Juvederm can make a personal appearance of the skin, all with minimal time, a dramati... Read >
Author: tedd woods

Porcelain Tile Installation Toronto - Precision Marble and Tile

01st February 2011
Porcelain tiles are a very popular tile due to their strength and resilience. Porcelain is actually a type of ceramic that has a water absorption rate of less than .5% and is made by firing Kaolin clay at extremely high temperatures, around 2600 degrees F... Read >
Author: PrecisionMarbleandTile

Cleaning Sandstone With A High Pressure Steam Cleaner

15th September 2010
Uniquely designed and crafted sandstone monuments are often a proud focal point for any home owner. Sandstone consists of distinctive colours which offer a unique appeal to any home. It is an extremely versatile building material and is often used to cons... Read >
Author: Quickly Please Cleaning

What is the Difference Between Porcelain, Stoneware and Earthenware Ceramic?

25th June 2010
A lot of the times people are puzzled by the usage of these terms and their differences; the fact is they are all types of traditional ceramics. They are all made using the basic material clay. There are other sub categories of ceramics besides these thre... Read >
Author: Tobias Z.

Tips on Outdoor Tile Selection

10th June 2010
Tiles have come to occupy one of the most important part of home construction as well as for office and home decoration. Not only interiors but the exteriors of our homes too are now decorated with the use of outdoor tiles of different kinds. However, one... Read >
Author: Deepa Roy

YP10 A Real Weight Loss Program

18th May 2010
There are many weight loss programs available today. You can find all sorts of products and programs all over the internet. All these programs aim at helping you drop those excess pounds. Not all of these programs and products are right for everyone and t... Read >
Author: slimme11

How to increase the permanence your digital photo prints

22nd September 2009
Home photo printing is a great way to turn your digital photos into a long-lasting memory. But how do you best store or display your photos and enhance print permanence? Here 4 easy ways to improve the life of your digital photos from a photo printer: ... Read >
Author: Scott Jamieson

Should You Use Ceramic or Porcelain Tile?

08th May 2009
What do you recommend to tile my kitchen backsplash with? Over the years, I have answered that question many times.My response is in the form of a question. Where are you installing? Floor? Wall? Backsplash? Patio?When it comes to what tile to use on the ... Read >
Author: Alan Grundemeier

Top 7 Lists of High Protein Foods That Build Muscle

09th March 2009
Protein is without a doubt, the most important nutrient for packing slabs of lean muscle mass onto your body. You may lift weights until you turn purple or consume all the carbohydrates, fats, and other micro-nutrient in the world, but if you fail to feed... Read >
Author: LIEUTENANT
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