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Ceramide Skin Smoothing Concealer by Elizabeth Ard&hellip by Elizabeth Arden
5.0 out of 5 stars Almost perfect, 8 Jan 2014
I have two concerns when looking for a concealer. I have really bad dark circles and fine lines.
Typically if you get a heavy duty concealer it shows up every line.

This will not totally cover those punched in the eye dark circles (few products will) but it is good enough for everyday wear, it covers well, doesn't cake, blends well and I assume because of the ceramides it doesn't show up every fine line.

This is my go-to product (when not using a speciality high level product e.g dermacolour/dermablend). Highly recommend.
4.0 out of 5 stars Good value, 8 Jan 2014
For the price this is good value. Several years ago I spent a lot of money on getting my teeth whitened at a denist, it worked but also made my teeth more sensitive and at the time and you got sent home with a load of syringes of peroxide to keep up the process.

You won't get the freaky white colour of the stars (whose teeth are capped to give them snow white teeth, teeth are not that colour naturally) but if like me you drink a fair amount of coffee they will lighten, I saw a difference after one use. I'm currently not following the twice a day for a week as they recommend but just as an occassional treatment.(I might do the 2x a day for a week with my next kit to see how much… Read more
Politics and the English Language by George Orwell
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
Customer review from the Amazon Vine Programme (What's this?)
Not a book but an essay and this edition feels a little flimsy.

It is essentially a call for writers to be precise and not fanny about with waffle and bluster...which is of course what we have in most cases today. You can decide for yourselves if txtspk and twitter have enhanced our language or whether a :) a the end to a message adds clarity or confusion.