My CCurrent Coach bag is nearly 5 years old--and the amount of abuse it takes & stands up to is what inspired me to splurge on a wristlet, card holder, and smaller purse for my elderly mom. I will freely admit I splurged on my bag *and* picked it up on clearance and don't treat it "properly" (like a nice leather bag should be treated!) After 5 years it looks fantastic! So, mom needed a "smaller" bag she couldn't overfill, something durable, (but pretty!) And a nicer "wallet" to carry when she shopped and didn't have the energy to carry her whole bag (old age sucks folks!) Coach had perfect sizes & some lovely delicate rose prints near mother's day for the wristlet & card case that were ideal. They will last forever. Picked her up a sweet small coach crossover bag with an adjustable & detachable strap to tuck them both in & she's set to go--she has both hands free for her cane, the straps will stand up to getting caught in doors, dragged on floors, etc & the bags will wear like iron! Pretty, tough & functional. Perfect.
Cats love it!!! Works best with the branded treats to match. We have 2 Scottish Folds, a Tonkinese & a "generic" kitty--all rescues--varying in age from 4 to 19 years old, they all enjoyed the toy & treats--even the toothless one.
Two week wear, two to three manicures per sheet, easy application (IF you watch the video on YouTube or read the directions completely), smooth edges (file at a 80 degree top to bottom, NOT side to side angle), and you can beat the heck of these, even more than "gel" nails. I'm the poster child for these--weak, peeling, shattery nails working in retail with stock, boxes, etc. Jamberry looks cute and protects my nails. As far as being a rep, you can have a party to earn the cost of your kit, and there is far more than the kit cost in usable product if you just want to sign up for the rep pricing. Also there are ongoing bundle offers for first time users, and its easy to find a friend to split sheets with or trade patterns with to double your designs. Find a nice rep, meet for coffee and she will help you determine the best way to apply them to YOUR nails, and if you purchase from an active rep the company also handles all repacement issues easily.
This remover works PERFECTLY, not only for removing nail polish and lacquer, but also for taking off gel nails (wrap soaked cotton puffs in foil onto nails for 10 minutes if you are out of the pricey packets) or for soaking off those cute little heat-on/stick-on decals.
I grabbed this foaming hand soap to replace the detergent heavy commercial soap provided by corporate in our work restroom as I have sensitive skin issues and detergent allergies. Fruit scents generally don't scare away the make co-workers who share the restroom, and I don't have issues with the B&BW soaps. I was tickled to find that not only did all the women using the restroom love this particular scent, the men stopped using the detergent based soap as well, all making sure to "remind" me when it looked like the "really nice soap"might run out. Bath & Body Works scored a home run with this one, as it smells good enough to lick!
First of all, Captain Eli's comes in a case of FOUR, not 6. It's bottled in glass (yum--no plastic flavor!) And delicious from a small brewery in MAINE. I'm particularly fond of not only the Black Cherry, but also the Orange Pop, Strawberry, and their Cream Soda is quite possibly the best cream I've ever had (and I grew up drinking cream soda from a small independent bottler) I highly recommend this soda/pop/tonic if you enjoy sweet drinks---Eli's used cane sugar and natural flavors, no corn syrups, so it's a nice crisp soda, just like we "used to drink"!
This hand sanitizer may seem a little pricey ($12 where I found it), but it is worth every penny. A small measure pump on top makes the bottle last nearly forever, a lower alcohol content slows evaporation, and the soothing witch hazel blend smells divine. No hospital smell or dried out cracking fingers here! Absolutely recommend this for those times when you just can't get to the sink!!