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In our Jan/Feb issue, actress Connie Britton talks about being a single mom, staying healthy, and her work with cancer organizations. Plus we have articles about breaking your pet's bad habits, why yoga is great for cross-training, and heart health, as well as a Q&A with actor Kevin Hart. Enjoy!
Sarah does not represent me. There are guys that figuire that since I am a woman I must like her, no I dont...
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Sarah does not represent me. There are guys that figuire that since I am a woman I must like her, no I dont as far as talent and looks go I dont. Now I dont know her personally. I am sure she is nice and she managed to have a long term marriage in hollywood.
Shave first, apply moisturizer to knees, elbows, knuckles and toes. After moisturiezer apply self tanner over all area to be tanned. Applying moisturizer to areas with more skin first prevents blotchy and overly 'tanned' skin.View Thread
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I have my own airbrush tanninf machine.I exfoliate 2 days before and shave the day before,I mousturise every other day ,my tan last for 3 weeks.To remove the tan I use Baby Oil 2 day in a row then it comes right off. Kathy Hyltonfirstname.lastname@example.orgView Thread
I find what works best when using sunless tanning lotion is to pick one with a bronzer so you can see the...
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I find what works best when using sunless tanning lotion is to pick one with a bronzer so you can see the color right away. I also recommend starting out with a light coating of hand lotion on your hands before applying the sunless lotion. I find by applying a light coat of regular lotion (not the self tanning lotion) -especially around your finger nails keeps your hands and finger tips from having a build up of the self tanning lotion. I hope my suggestion is helpful! Good luck in getting the healthier kind of a sun-kissed glow!View Thread
like to get out in the sun, as i brown easy. first step is to put a good skin lotion on, i usually do 2 times. let set for a good 20-30 minutes. then i use for a few days a 15-30 australian gold sun block, then on top, australian gold accelertor, repeating both as needed,then as tan builds, i use a 8 sunblock,along with accelerator,again using both repeatly. use no oil, as will burn, grease burns, so will oil, life guards told my friend and i this many years ago. do not shower for a hour after, then i use good skin lotion along with after tan moisture.forgot to menture i have olive complexion.for two hours in sun, looks like i was out for 4 hours.View Thread
1 cup pumpkin seeds, roasted and salted 1 cup walnuts 1 cup golden flax seed (chop in blender, more nutritional this way) 1 cup sesame seeds dried mixed fruit - you can find pouches of mixed dried berries in most grocery stores, Welch's makes a good mix (blueberries, raisens, cherries, etc,). Whole Foods carries great dried/dehydrated fruit!
Combine and store in air tight container. This is great in yoghurt or on a salad. It's a cornucopia of textures and flavors that will satisfy any oral fixation for crunchy, sweet, salty and healthy!View Thread
My daughter ran blind studies to check. Packaged, and canned foods are the culprits. I'm going blind reading small print on labels showing ingredients. My doctor thinks I'm making this up, but I have several friends with the same conclusion.View Thread
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