www.sicilfruit.it Review:Sicilfruit | F.lli Di Liberto - Azienda siciliana specializzata nella produzione e commercializzazione di Uva italia, Red globe, vittoria, pesche e nettarine, operante a butera, mazzarrone e ravanusa.
Country: 188.8.131.52, Europe, IT
City: 11.8833 Province of Arezzo, Italy
This is a nice big box so you get a lot of the value. As far as Affresh itself goes, my washer recommends running it through once every 3 months or so. That said, I have city water and a lot of copper pipe. And once I run Affresh, if I run any clothes in there directly afterwards, they end up with a red gunky buildup on them. So I usually run Affresh once, then a cycle completely empty to clear everything out, and then the washer seems to clean everything a little bit better afterward... but that could just be the placebo effect. So it's probably clearing some of that red gunk out of the washer itself, but I'm not really sure how much the tablets are doing.
First, I am a 59 yr old woman who really understands hair loss. My father was bald, my grandfathers were bald, my brother is bald, and wears a hair piece, and my mother and grandmother have bald spots, and very thinning, fine hair. I personally have already had 2 frontal hairline transplants, one in 1994, another in 2009. Summary, my hair has thinned considerably since menopause and I am constantly on the hunt for truly effective combatants against this sad and debilitating hair loss condition. Hair transplants DO work, and when done by a competent ( key point...do your research!) surgeon, one can achieve amazing and lasting results. However, they are expensive, and often need to be again augmented if one continues to lose the natural hair around the transplanted hairs over time.
It's a Wrangler......Period. As long as you're not look for a soccer mom suv then this is your ride. It will take you rock climbing or knee deep in mud.
Very disappointing. The map detail is poor at best. It doesn't show roads that have been in existence for at least ten years. It lists a railroad (now hiking trail) that has been gone since the early 1980s. I was hoping this would be a suitable replacement for Microsoft Streets and Trips, but it looks like Google is much better and free. Of course I can spend another $30 for a map subscription, but why would I want to throw more money at a substandard software package?
I could notice a difference the first night I used this. It really helps! I don't like that you still have to moisturize after you apply this. The pump and dropper to get the product out is pointless, so I just open it and put it on my finger. I received this at a discount in return for my honest opinion. Although the packaging is not the best, the product works and that's what matters.
EDIT: I had to update my review towards the negative because I didn't like being slandered, called a liar, ridiculed, and having comment and review-stuffing of what sounds like PR company written propaganda doing ad hominem attacks against me. I got mad at being attacked and now am responding to save other users the trouble.