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The Thread Tag Color Is Incredibly Distracting.

11 April 2013 - 10:47 PM

Nitpicking? Yes, but the aesthetics are terrible considering the site's overall color scheme.

A Log Till The End... One Way Or The Other.

19 September 2012 - 11:33 PM

This is going to be a very personal log. As such, trying to make sense of it will be an exercise in futility.

I'll start the day after the beginning.

Day 2:

And there wasn't a soul who knew. Not even himself.

Fda Declares Nanotechnology Safe For Use In Food Products.

31 July 2012 - 10:24 PM

Don't like GMO'd foods? Well things just got a whole lot more complicated...

Tiny man-made machines are about to invade our food and drink.... and already have apparently!

Dr. Dennis M. Keefe FDA's Director of the Office of Food Additive Safety had this to say on the issue:

Keefe said companies are studying whether nanoparticles can reduce the risk of bacterial contamination in certain foods. He said the agency is aware of just one food package currently on the market that uses nanoparticles but did not identify it. He said more are expected in coming years.


From the British Royal Academy of Nanoscience Engineering: ‘Nanoscience and Nanotechnologies: Opportunities and Uncertainties’:

"Manufactured nanoparticles might be used in products where they are not fixed (such as sunscreens), be used to form composites from which they might later be released, be formed during the self-assembly of nanomaterials (again from which they might later be released), or be created if nanomaterials are damaged or break down. For physical harm to occur, humans or other organisms must come into contact with the materials or be involved in the processes in such a way that the material contacts or enters the body and takes part in reactions with cells, leading to tissue-damaging reactions."


Followed by this interesting graphic:

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Try The Incredible "seawater" Acne Treatment! (At Home & Affordable!)

26 July 2012 - 02:49 PM

Ever wondered why seawater clears up your acne? The answer is the trans-dermal absorption of Magnesium and Sulfur!

Did you know that seawater contains nearly five grams of Magnesium per gallon? It also contains 3.5 grams of Sulfur in that same gallon!

When you go for a dip in the ocean, your skin literally drinks up the magnesium and sulfur, causing an anti-inflammatory effect which reduces redness, swelling, itchiness, dries out pimples and cysts, brings acne to a head, and accelerates the healing process.

But how can you get the same effect at home?? Simple!

Go to your local drug store, and buy a large bag of Magnesium Sulfate, also known as Epsom Salt.

Mix Epsom Salt with Water and use it every day! Use it as often as possible for maximum results!

Some suggestions include:
  • Put 2-4 cups of Epsom Salt in your bathtub for body acne. Soak at least 15-20 minutes.
  • Cleanse and wash your face with Epsom Salts & Water.
  • Ex-foliate with Epsom Salt crystals & water.
  • Make an Epsom Salt face mask with Epsom Salts & warm water. Don't rinse! Let it dry on your face.
  • Use concentrated Epsom Salts & Water as a fast-acting spot treatment!
  • Don't be afraid to experiment and find your own ways to use Epsom Salt!

Try this for one full week and see the incredible difference. There is nothing to lose! Epsom Salt is cheap and widely available!

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Read Acne.org Epsom Salt Reviews Here!