CuraScript SD - Specialty Distribution for Medical Providers - CuraScript SD supplies biologics, branded drugs, generics, vaccines, infused medications and ancillary supportive care products for office or clinic administration to a wide range of medical providers.
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I use this item every night and I love it. At first, there is a tingly feeling but after a few days it goes away. This item last me a long time-about 2-3 months. I only put a small amount on my hand and rub all over face (Not Eyes) and neck. I have the eye cream as well that I use during the day. I can see that my fine lines are still there, however this product makes them look fresher and livelier (not sure if thats a word) It doesn't get rid of fine lines but I believe that it diminishes them and gives them a fresher, lighter feel and look. Before my skin looked dull and very dry-like. Now it looks alive. I am 37 years old. I have fine lines and small wrinkles that are starting out around my eyes. I absolutely love this item because it brings out best features in my face and it lights up my face.
I had already read the 1st book, so this review is for 2nd book only. It was not just bad, it was horrible. The killer had so many things going. He always knew exactly where the detective was, he left drawn out messages for her and managed to call her on phones he left. And she was SUPERWOMAN. Awful.
Book is a good read for killing time waiting for an appointment or on a plane. I was at first interested in finding out who had taken the baby and why, but mostly out of curiosity rather than truly caring. The lack of character development made me totally indifferent as to the actual culprit.
I love this stuff! It is a wonderful moisturizer! I have been using it for about 4 months, I haven't seen a reduction in my fine lines but it has helped keep my skin soft and for the price you can't beat it.
I have several of these bras. It's comfortable, fits well, the butterscotch color is a good neutral, and it works with all my clothing necklines. The ones I bought in a store were wrinkle-free, but those I ordered online required vigorous steaming to remove creases in the foam as they are packaged folded in a tiny sealed bag.
Overall, this product was inconsistent in removing scars from my skin. I've used an entire bottle and have yet to notice any real changes, maybe after a few I'll start seeing a difference? Regardless it's expensive and just did not work for me.
This review is of the Sage Timeslips company and its attitude toward Timeslips users. A few years ago I bought Sage Timeslips 2011. It was way more than I needed but I had a substantial preexisting Timeslips database from an earlier version and assumed it would be easiest to integrate it into a Sage Timeslips product. This year, 2015, I had to wipe my hard drive clean and reinstall my software & data. Not fun, but not that big of a deal. When I reinstalled Sage Timeslips 2011 and then tried to get it to open my most recent database, it gave me an error that the database was created by a version more recent than the one I was trying to use to read it. OK, fine. I don't doubt I received a couple of online updates during the past few years. So I went to Sage's website to update my Timeslips 2011. There, I was astonished to find out that anything older than 2013 is considered obsolete and not supported. I called Sage and got even worse info over the telephone: They would not help me with updates unless I had the 2014, 2015, or 2016 version. Could I buy a 2014 or 2015 version for a discount? No. The only one for sale is 2016, at $600+. I explained that I'm mostly retired, don't need anything fancier than I already have, and just want to keep using it. No dice. They refused to even consider the options (including emailing my database to them so they could make it compatible with the 2011 disk). What other company considers software from 2011 (and 2012 and 2013, for that matter) to be obsolete to the point they won't even discuss it? Sage gets a "zero" star in my book.