Dune by Christian Dior is a Woody Floral Musk fragrance for men. Dune was launched in 1997. The nose behind this fragrance is Olivier Cresp. Top notes are cassis, fig leaf, basil and sage; middle notes are fig wood bark, mignonette and rose; base notes are sandalwood, tonka bean, vanilla and cedar.
It’s SPF 50. I don’t see much point in buying anything less for a child. I’ve heard that once you’re past SPF 30 that the benefits are pretty incremental, but I err on the side of overzealous caution when it comes to my kids. Some people think I’m nuts. I’m OK with that.
This game simply doesn't belong on the PSP; it's too early for a game of this caliber to show up on Sony's little portable system -- hell, it took nearly five years before "God of War" showed us what the PS2 can handle. Not only is Dark Mirror a damn fine game, it may very well be the best game on the system
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It’s winter, which means it’s time for hard candies. Nothing is as soothing and easy to carry as individually wrapped hard candies. We live in a wonderful era in human development where not can hard candies be ubiquitous and cheap, they can also be devilishly hard to find and expensive. Something for everyone!
The infomercial begins with scenes of several women struggling with obviously misfitted bras. We are told that "you just know that most bras were invented by men," and we are then introduced to the show host, Jane Denoble, who looks pretty good in her blue dress (under which she proclaims to be wearing a Genie Bra). Ms. Denoble then introduces Stella Riches, a "fashion trend launcher" who tells us that the woven extra support comfort band eliminates band roll up. She also assures us that the everlast stretch fabric is intricately woven so that it moves with your body, provides support, and eliminates unsightly top bulge, underarm spillage, back fat, and concerns about ill-fitting cup sizes. They also tell us that if a woman wears a size small shirt, she'd wear a small Genie Bra (and a size medium shirt equals a medium Genie Bra, etc.).
Wow! this does sound like a miracle bra, and each of the various models sure do look great in their new bras. We're offered not three, but six bras for the price of three for just $59.99 + shipping.
I can’t think of another candy that embodies the description humble American treat better than Mary Jane. First there’s the fact that they originated in Paul Revere’s house in Boston by the Chas. N. Miller Company. Second, they’re made from molasses and peanut butter, two hearty American flavors. The wax paper packaging has remained largely unchanged (undated old wrapper & advertisement from 1927).
The Chas. N. Miller Company was bought by Stark Candy in 1985, and Stark was bought up by Necco in 1990.
Necco has kept the traditional candy largely intact. When I was a kid Mary Jane were still a penny candy, sold out of tubs positioned near the cash register at convenience stores. These days they still go for pocket change, I’ve seen them for 10 cents each at retro candy shops.
Dried food are my favorites,i eat them every day especially at breakfast,i buy them from supermarkets and i enjoy them with my muesly in the morning,they are cheap and healty and i kove them so much,i add them in cakes,yogurt,drinks and i deffinetely will buy them again
Перевести I so badly wanted to love this one.... After seeing so many people talk about it on YouTube and even some friends using it I think I had convinced myself that it truly must be magic. Love the scent. Love the lightweight feel. Love the luminosity it gave my skin.... But that's where the love ran out. Let me start by saying that I sit at a desk directly under fluorescent lights at work all day long so for ANYTHING to stay matte on my skin throughout the day, well, I'm convinced it's impossible. So just know that I am not a harsh judge when it comes to the wear time of any product based on that fact alone. With that being said though, by 10am I was having to blot my face. Oh, I should also mention, I have dry skin. DRY skin. And I had to blot it.... At 10 am. Yep. Didn't give up on the stuff though, because I figured I may have just been having a bad skin day. Continued using it for about a week-ish with the same result. On my day off I figured I'd give it one last try and wear it underneath some tinted Elta Md and even that wouldn't stay put. All around my mouth and nose it literally looked like it was sliding down onto my chin and jawline. Also worth a mention that it also caused an awful breakout all along my cheek bones and sides of my nose. We're talkin the kind of pustules that are deep, painful, and that almost seem to have their own pulse.... My skin can be sensitive to certain products and perfumes though, so I can't be too mad at the product for that one.