The following post is sponsored by Ragú® Put a fun new spin on a classic recipe and make a New Tra-Dish! This one comes from Sandi, writer of A New York Foodie blog, who put a twist on Ragú's Baked Eggplant Parmesan recipe. Check it out below: I recently applied for a challenge from Ragú. The challenge is that we have to put our own spin on a Classic … [Read more...] about New Tra-Dish: Eggplant Parmesan Wedges
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What I Learned from Suze Orman at O You! 2011
Disclosure - I am not a financial expert. The following is my personal interpretation of Suze Orman’s advice at O You! 2011 Suze Orman was lots of fun to watch at the O magazine conference- O You! She has a lot of personality and is quite funny. Even though she was speaking on such a serious topic - money, she brings out a smile in you and reminds you most … [Read more...] about What I Learned from Suze Orman at O You! 2011
Keratin Treatments Vs. Brazilian Blowouts
By Kristin Confer and Steven Lake What they are: These are smoothing treatments, not straightening treatments. In the past there were Japanese straightening treatments that permanently altered the structure of the hair making it straight, and many times causing damage. This is not so with smoothing treatments. Smoothing treatments remove up to 95% of the frizz, add reflective … [Read more...] about Keratin Treatments Vs. Brazilian Blowouts
What Are the Causes of Teenage Acne?
Acne is so prevalent in teenagers, it's almost an expected rite of passage as your child transitions into adulthood. According to the KidsHealth website, around 8 of 10 tweens and teens get acne. Old wives' tales and enduring myths claim that acne is caused by chocolate, poor hygiene and stress. However, acne starts with the brand-new hormones that flood your teen's growing … [Read more...] about What Are the Causes of Teenage Acne?
How to Repair Acne Damaged Skin
As if suffering through pimples wasn't bad enough, those pimples leave behind noticeable scars, in some cases. Acne scars come in several forms: The most common are crateriform scars, which leave an indentation in the skin after the tissue is destroyed by acne. Keloids and hypertrophic scars are raised above the skin and can grow if not treated effectively. You should talk to … [Read more...] about How to Repair Acne Damaged Skin