Saturday, March 31, 2012

Ponds's Flawless White

Pond's Flawless White Visible Lightening Daily Cream

At the age of 28, I am seeing a multiple lines between my foreheads and around my eyes. I was totally worried about it and I can't even take it. That's really part of life and to add with stress and sunlight, lines are really visible.

I sell beauty products as of now and I am really planning to try this when I get the chance. I really don't want to look older at my age for there was no reason to, right?

This cream is enriched with new VAO-B3 Complex and multiple UV sunscreens. This moisturizing day creams knows where the skin needs extra help. The usage should be every morning after cleansing the face and is said that for best results, put it also on night.

How I really wish this would help me a lot. Well, any suggestions on how to loose visible lines?

Monday, March 19, 2012

Home-based income jobs for moms

I have recently connected with a business fit for moms. A direct selling of products including home care, beauty products, baby care products, bags, colognes and body sprays etc.


Our new office is located for direct selling at J. Camus St. Cor. J. Palma Gil St., Davao City, near People's Park. I am personally inviting everyone for free one-time membership for:

  • Avon
  • Careline
  • Ever Bilena
  • Personal Collection
  • Splash
  • Vaniderm
We are offering a 10%-50% discount on all items for dealers. To anyone who wants to earn from home with no limit of hours, this part time job is really perfect for you especially for moms who wanted to earn extra income.

And we are currently working on lending with 0% interest rate.

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Tuesday, March 6, 2012

How a white spot on an eye be removed?

Last February 27, I had a check up for my eyes on an ophthalmologist at the Southern Philippines Medical Center.
But before that, on a Friday morning, I was preparing myself for work.Then, I noticed that on my left eye, on the dark portion was this white spot aside from being itchy and sore. So, I decided to have an eye check-up on Monday for I can't imagine myself loosing my sight forever.
So, being at the hospital at 7 in the morning. I patiently waited for hours just to assure myself. When finally, the nurse call me. The doctor started to ask me questions.
Doctor: What's the problem? 
Me: Doc, I had observed that my left eye has this white little spot on the dark portion.
So, she immediately instructed me to put position my face at this specific eye-exam equipment. A tonometer which used to measure the pressure of the eye. A very bright light was focused on an eye that makes my eyes teary. Then suddenly, she putted some yellow liquid drops(which I didn't get what was it), examined it again. 
She told me to get relaxed and told me that a portion should be scraped from that infected area and be examined at the laboratory. 
All I just told her was ok, but deep inside me, I was afraid. Imagine an eye be scraped? Whew!
The nurse, put some anesthesia drops on my left eye saying that its just ok. Minutes after, the doctor prepared this kind of blade which looks like to me a tiny knife. She started scraping the my eye. But I can still feel the sharpness of it and tears started to fall.
After minutes of scraping and scraping, finally it's done. Then, she told me to bring it the Laboratory/Microbiology Section. So, I immediately followed her instructions, paying it's fees first. The assigned nurse told me to be back after a day for the results. I went home praying and hoping that it'll be just ok.

One Day After:
I was on the hospital at 6am for I was planning that if I got finished earlier, I would've attend work. So, I patiently wait again for hours.

At 7:30am, I already got the result. It says: No Organism Found for the GRAM STAIN and No Fungal Elements Found for the KOH. As I understand about it, it felt relief. But not yet, I should hear first the doctor's say.

Hours passed and finally the time of revelation begin. I had the face to face with her again. As she was reading the result, she said that everything was ok. It's not a cataract yet should be removed. She prescripted me an anti-bacterial for for my eyes. She gave me Ofloxacin eyedrops, 4 times a day. I'll be using it for a week, but if it still there, a week of extension. And if in case it doesn't get lost after full 2 weeks of putting it, I should come back to her.
Now, it's been a week and it seems like it's still there. A week more, and the decision would be done.