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Not bad, for a make your own kit. I think he was hoping it would be a little more involved and not so easy LOL!
The light works pretty well, the only draw back is the button on the side of the light that controls the brightness of the light. It is easy to hit by accident and you have to spend time cycling the light back to the appropriate brightness. Other than that, it works great.
I'm using it now and I'm praying I c some type of results soon I been using it now for almost a month can't wait I'll give more rating at a later date wish me luckkkkkk
I had really bad hormonal breakouts and tried everything. My esthetician recommended Stone Crop Gel Wash because it is so gentle and I have been breakout free for the last eight months. Also, one of these lasts about 6 months if you use twice daily which is awesome!
This is a must have, must read book for your personal library. For those days when you need to laugh, or need validation over something or someone who has done ticked you off and Luvvie has done the work of judging for you on a similiar subject. You'll find yourself nodding, raising a hand towards Jesus and shouting amen more than you want to admit. Chapter 3 alone is worth the price of the book. Worth the sacrifice of Scandal recaps. Thank you Luvvie, thank you.
I purchased the Princeton Review and Kaplan GRE study books several months ago. I started with Kaplan and found it more confusing than helpful. I read the first section or two, and then did not continue with this book. Princeton Review, however, was much more clear, in my opinion. Before studying at all, I scored a 490 verbal and 490 quantitative on the PR computer adaptive test (very helpful!). I spent the next two months studying about 10 hours each week. My main obstacle was learning new vocab, whereas I really just needed a bit of review for math. I memorized the first 4 vocab lists in PR's "hit parade" (out of 6). I also bought ETS's "Practicing to Take the GRE" book, which contains actual past-used paper tests. The PR book does not provide enough practice problems, which would be my only complaint, so definitely buy ETS's book as well. I also found the Writing Section in PR to be extremely helpful. I went into the test with the structure for the essays already planned out.