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  • Matthew Ruby - Love. I don't like the kind you buy that ...

    Love. I don't like the kind you buy that has the handle on top you push and it works in the shower. I've never once been burned by this product and I have used pretty much everywhere on my body, yes, everywhere. Never once been burned. It works every single time. Guess it depends if you have sensitive skin or not. However, the kind with the handle on top is horrible. I've been burned a few different times by it. I recommend this one, not the other.

  • john blaze - excellent for eating, mediocre for stalking/killing.

    I do not mean to be present myself as some kind of knife expert, mostly I prefer a handgun or blunt object. However, when I saw the significant discount on this set of cutlery from the esteemed German blade-masters, my aura phase was reignited and the urge to fill myself with light once again became insatiable.

  • Nicola Mansfield - a sharp little psychological thriller and I'd love to see where the author goes with her next ...

    Quite a rollercoaster ride and well-crafted for a first novel. The Conti's six-month-old daughter is kidnapped from her crib. The whole event starts while at the couple's next door for the evening and now that the police are investigating, the lead detective, Rasbach, can tell that everyone is either lying or not telling the whole truth. The time frame turns into almost a week. Suspicions land everywhere for the first half until the kidnapper is revealed. Now everyone's secrets are coming out and we don't know how it will ultimately end. At barely 300 pages, it is a short book and paced fast enough that I barely put it down until I'd finished. My only quibble is the author uses the phrase, "He/she almost felt sorry for him/her." over and over to the reader's distraction. The person wasn't likeable, deserved no sympathy and the people saying this? it didn't fit their personalities. Otherwise, a sharp little psychological thriller and I'd love to see where the author goes with her next book.

  • Live laugh love - Buy buy buy!!!

    If I could give this 10 stars I would.. I started to break out in my 30's. I tried everything!! I ended up going and getting a facial and the girl recommended this to me. I noticed a difference right away. I have oily skin and it did not make it more oily. All you need is a little and it goes a long way. I use the whole line of stone crop and the poppy seed and pear. This product is the best! I have tried other Eminence products, and they are good products, but not right for my skin. I will keep using eminence stone crop set. I would recommend this product to anyone who has trouble finding the right product for their skin. My skin looks healthy, youthful, and clear.. I get complements on my skin all the time!!! Buy this.. it's the BEST!

  • Lovestotravel - Works okay. Batteries weren't included

    Product works okay. I had another brand before this which I remember worked a little better. I use it only for upper lips. The product didnt come with a battery... usually they include batteries. That is a little annoying because you have to go out for batteries as soon as you receive it.