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  • GracieTC - Great Information!

    I haven't completely finished it, but it provides detailed information that will help me plan my honeymoon to Italy! I would suggest you get the physical book rather than the kindle version though. There's map and all inside which would be useful if you have the book. It gets a little messy when you accidentally click on the links inside, sending you to other places of the book as well.

  • Kirusun - Be realistic people!

    First I want to say that I have no connection to Rogaine, other than I've been using it for over a year now. I'm not being paid in any way. I'm writing this to help other balding guys.

    I'm 46, I noticed my hair getting thin when I was 18 or 19. For me it happened slowly. It was the early 80's and there were no real solutions yet. In the mid-nineties I began to hear about Propecia and started to take it daily in 1997. I still had bit of hair on top, but it was very thin and I felt that it was only going to be a few more years before I would be a "bald guy". The Propecia was expensive, like $50/month back then. But over the course of several months it did seem to halt my hair loss, and it even reversed it a bit. But the truth was that I had lost a lot of hair in the front and on the crown that just didn't seem to want to come back. I was happy enough with the hair that I had preserved that I kept using the Propecia.

    I had also tried Rogaine, years ago when it first came out. It was this sticky thick goo, that I could not understand how any balding guy could use twice a day. My hair would have been matted to my head. Might as well get "Hair in a Can" lol.

    Then like a year and half ago I noticed Rogaine Foam. I bought a can and used it for a month. At first I did it only once a day, in the morning. The foam is much easier to manage and really acts like styling mousse. I'll tell you, I'm a skeptical guy, and did not expect real results but this stuff grew back a lot more of my old hair. I am using it twice a day now. I'm very happy with the amount of hair that has already regrown and I keep noticing new hair growth all the time.

    Here's the deal, no product currently out is going to give you back the hair like you had when you were a kid. But I'm the oldest of three boys and when I see my brother, who is six years younger, he is still jealous as hell that he's totally bald and I've got quite a nice hear of hair. It's not perfect, but I'm happy with it and I don't think anyone would even consider me "balding" anymore.

    One poster stated that the Rogaine melts away in his hand. I think he is not taking advantage of the can design. It's long, narrow nozzle allows you to put the product directly on your scalp, through your hair. No need to put it in your palm at all.

    This is a description of my daily Rogaine regimen. I've fine-tuned this procedure by experimentation over the course of several months, it works for me, it might help you...

    In the morning, directly after getting out of the shower, I towel dry my hair, then while it is still damp, I dispense five or six small blobs at different points on my scalp. By small, I mean nickel sized blobs. I do this with a hand mirror, leaning backward looking into the mirror on the wall to precisely place each blob. Then, still leaning backward I use my index finger to spread each blob around to cover most of my scalp. I only treat the balding area. Then I face the wall mirror and carefully rub and massage my entire scalp to better disperse the Rogaine over my scalp and hair.

    I blow dry and style my hair and that's it for the morning.

    In the evening, an hour or so before bed, I perform a second application. But this time I apply it to my dry hair, still using the two mirror system. Then I run a wet comb through my hair to evenly spread the Rogaine over my hair.

    One thing that tripped me up for awhile was trying to clean my comb. The Rogaine leaves a white residue on the teeth of your comb that is hard to get off. I bought one of those comb bottles like the barbershop has. I soak the comb in a combination of alcohol and Barbicide. That keeps it pretty clean.

    Good luck my fellow balding brethren.

  • silvervirtual - As gripping as the original, yet now even more so.

    Length:: 0:25 Mins

    Whether you have read The Count of Monte Cristo or not, you have never read it like this. Holy Ghost Writer has captured the essence of Dumas's masterpiece and brought it into the mainstream once again. This time with a re-telling by none other than Sherlock Holmes. The Count of Monte Cristo Retold by Sherlock Holmes is just as gripping as the original, yet now even more so.

  • Debra E. Grossi - A real eye opener!

    This easy to follow guide to weight loss is actually not a diet at all, but a way of life. I have struggled with weight gain/weight loss for years after a devastating diagnosis of MS changed my life. I was shocked to learn how our food supply has been tampered with in this country for the sake of the almighty dollar, and, at the expense of the health of its citizens! Read this book if for no other reason than to learn something.

  • head in a book - Inspiring Story

    My Story by Elizabeth Smart is an intriguing account of the kidnap and abuse committed on a young girl that captivated the country. The book is written in her voice, that of a young woman telling a story. This style might not satisfy purists of stylistic prose, but the voice of the author is what adds to the intrigue, and provides answers that many have posed. For example, many wondered why Elizabeth was unable to break her cover when previous opportunities arrived. She explains this well, and part of the explanation is reading it in her words.

    I personally found the level of detail of the abuses she suffered to be the right balance of providing the reader a sense of the horror she withstood without graphic details that would have been inappropriate for 14 year old girls, etc... Her wit is also displayed as she adds some of her reaction and thoughts to the manipulative efforts and false reasoning of her captors. But what I found most compelling was her testimony of how her faith sustained her through this ordeal, and how she was able to heed her mother's advice to move past this... She refused to allow her captors to have one more second influence over her life than was already captured.

    I found the story to move well and be very interesting. If you are looking for a story of intrigue and hope, and not hung up on a specific writing style, you will probably enjoy this book. As for the Smart family, I think they have done remarkably well making the most of a horrific situation they neither asked nor wished for. They simply dealt with it as well as I could imagine possible. Bless them, and Elizabeth.