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City: Kepala Batas, Pulau Pinang
Let me just say that every sunscreen breaks my sensitive skin out, but I love this product. It does not break me out in hives, rash or acne like all other SPF products. The fairly light is good for my very light skin. I thought I would need the lightest (fair) one, but the sales rep told me it would be too light (surprising), but she was right. If I had bought lighter I would look like a ghost. So, great for pale skin.
It covers up my red cheeks. It is soft and smooth and my skin just feels great. It stays on most of the day (unlike the concealer, which wears off much more quickly on me). It is great to finally find an spf product that my skin loves! My next trial will be their spf powder sunscreen.
This book documents the racial bias in the media better than anything else I have ever seen. As the author notes, most people in the country gets their news from a press that constantly harps about discrimination against blacks as if the Klan were running the country. However, most of us have lived our lives at times where Affirmative Action is the only form of job discrimination we have ever seen and where black criminals are often portrayed as the victims of white police rather than what they are, criminals. I learned that the Jim Jones cult was not a religious cult(as I had thought)but actually a Marxist commune that contemplated moving to the Soviet Union(the majority of the members-and suicide victims- of the cult were black). I also learned about the follow up to the Bakke case, where the individual admitted in place of Bakke was unqualified and actually lost his medical license after he killed several patients(This was relevant to me, as I actually served on the admissions committee at the UC Davis Medical School in the 1980s-years after the Bakke decision- and saw "A" students rejected in order to make room for minority students with a C-average). This book gets the truth out there, which, as is typical, has little to do with the political correctness put out there my the media.