Facebook

May 31st, 2007

Facebook is a social networking utility that connects people together based on networks. Networks can be based on a wide variety of things and based on the information you provide in your user profile when you sign up for Facebook, you can connect to a wide variety of networks and meet a number of people that are similar to you. Many people have used Facebook in order to meet a lot of great people and if you are interested in using the internet to meet people then Facebook might be the website you’re looking for.
Considering the small bit of history mentioned in the preceding paragraph, it should come as no surprise that the founder of Facebook was a student at Harvard University. A man by the name of Mark Zuckerberg founded Facebook and ran it for a very long time as a hobby project during his time at University.
There are many different ways that a person can get security but the one that has specifically been created to meet the demand for security is what is known as a Facebook proxies.
Now that facebook has become so popular, two of the three initial creators have dropped out of university and dedicated themselves full time to improving and maintaining Facebook.com and all of its facilities. Today the Facebook website is used by people from thousands of University campuses across the English speaking world and is also enjoyed by a number of different companies and religious groups as well.
In terms of total users, Facebook has approximately 18,000,000. This number places it amongst the top social networking websites in the world; not bad for a website that was started as a hobby project by a Harvard student. This 18,000,000 number is reputed to contain multiple accounts; in other words there is an assertion out there that there are not actually 18,000,000 people using the Facebook service but that many people have more than one account on it.
To end on a high note in this game of statistics, here is something that you might find very shocking. According to web traffic numbers and taking into account the 30 billion page views Facebook gets on a monthly basis, it is now the 7th most visited site within the United States.

Detox Bath Salts

April 18th, 2007

Aromatherapy nurses you back to health with crisp scents such as tea tree and spearmint oils. Best Bath Store’s Detox Bath Salts are popularly used for aches, pains, colds and following deep tissue massages. The Eucalyptus present in this formula produces a refreshing, cooling effect during and after use. Ingredients: Dead Sea Salt, Epsom Salt, Baking Soda, Glycerin, Eucalyptus, Tea Tree Spearmint Essential Oils.

Detox Bath Salts


Lancome Juicy Tubes Lip Gloss

April 2nd, 2007

 I absolutely love lip gloss and cant leave the house without it. Lancome Juicy Tubes Gloss would have to be my favourite.

It goes on smoothly and isnt sticky like alot of other lip glosses. They have a great range of colours for every season to give your lips a great shine.

Lancome Juicy Tubes Smoothie Lip Gloss .5 oz

Common Ingredients In Makeup

April 2nd, 2007

There are many ingredients listed on our makeup bottles or jars. But they all look so confusing and many people aren’t quite sure what they really are. Here is a quick rundown of the most common makeup ingredients.

Acid: - Acids are sometimes used in small quantities to adjust the pH of a product. There are a few different kinds: Citric, boric, phosphoric, sulphuric, hydrochloric and lactic.

Alcohol: - Most commonly used as a lubricant or emollient. These alcohols aren’t drying to the skin.

Almond: - Most products add almond kernels to act as a gentle scrub for your skin. It removes dead skin cells and helps clean dirt out of the pores.

Aloe: - This is very common in beauty products as its known for its healing and soothing properties. Aloe juice is also very beneficial for the skin.

Camphor: - This comes from the wood of the camphor tree and is known for its soothing properties.

Coconut Oil: - This oil is best known for its lubricating, soothing and cleansing properties. It is mainly used in shampoos or soaps.

Collagen: - This is best known for assisting in the elasticity of your skin. The collagen that is found in cosmetics actually comes from animals.

Formaldehyde: - This is basically just a gas used in products that acts as a preservative and disinfectant.

Glycerine: - This comes from animal fats and is used as an emollient.

Laureth: - This is the emollient that comes from coconut oil.

Oleic Acid: - This is a fatty acid that comes from olives.

Seaweed: - We all know what seaweed is but it is used to thicken some cosmetics and products.

Soy Oil: - This comes from the soybean and is used in moisturizers and conditioners.

Talc: - Talc is a soft mineral that is usually used to make talcum powder. It is also used in cosmetics such as powders to help with coverage.

Urea: - This is a compound that can be formed in the body but can also be made as a synthetic version..

Witch Hazel: - Witch Hazel comes from the witch hazel shrub but is also mixed with alcohol to give it cleansing properties.

Zinc Oxide: - This is a white coloured powder added to cosmetics for pigment.

Bubble Gum Lip Gloss by Lip Ink Semi Permanent Cosmetics