Sell Avon become an online repersentative.This is an awesome opportunity for men and women to build their own business for a small investment.  You can make money three ways 1) selling face to face, 2) selling Avon online, and through leadership, building a team.  I suggest that you take advantange of all three earning opportunities.  This how you will become sucessful and make money with Avon.  Selling online allows you to enjoy lots of benefits, such as being your own boss and flexibile hour.  
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Become an Avon Representative Online
Become an Avon Representative Online- Sell Avon- As an Avon Rep I have been able to spend more quality time with my family while earing addtional income. Here are some of reason I enjoy being an Avon Rep.  

*Flexible Hours-  As a single mother who works a full time job I love having the flexibility to work my business around my family.
*Being my own Boss- As my own Boss I decide what …

Mistakes You Are Making With Your Eye Cream

There are 8 common mistakes we make with eye cream!

Eye cream happens to be one of our very favorite skin care products. If you have dark circles, puffiness, and/or crow’s feet, using an eye cream as part of your daily beauty regimen may greatly help reduce the appearance of your under-eye concerns. But whether you’re an eye cream beginner or a veteran, there’s a chance you are making  mistakes with how you use (or don’t use) it. Below, find out how to correct your eye cream errors so that you can use this skin care product the right way.

EYE CREAM MISTAKE #1: USING TOO MUCH OF ITKeep in mind that the skin surrounding your eyes is actually quite a small area. Generally, a pea-sized amount should be enough to cover the skin under both eyes. When it comes to eye cream, a little definitely goes a long way! EYE CREAM MISTAKE #2: APPLYING IT OUT OF ORDERThe order in which you apply all of your skin care products matters. But the more products that are part of your routine, the harder it can b…

Skin Care Myths Debunked

Skin Care Myths DebunkedSome facts about products, treatments, and what skincare regimen is right for your skin type.

Myth: Cleaning your face with soap will bring you healthy and acne free skin.
"When you scrub your face, you're taking off some of the protective oils and barriers, which leads to irritation and even burns," reported by dermatologists. Instead, use a gentle cleanser followed by a moisturizer or sunscreen.

Myth: It's better to get the pus out of a pimple by popping it.
"The truth is, even though it feels really good to release [the pus], a lot of it just goes in deeper, which  causes more inflammation that can lead to scarring and spread under the skin. That's why you'll get another one a few days later close to the first one."  It's crucial that people stop picking at their faces. But if you absolutely cannot resist, she says, be sure to do it right. Don't squeeze and pop the pimple. Instead, use something called a comedone e…

Shirlie's Daughters' 6 simple tips to maintain healthy skin.

Shirlie's Daughters' 6 simple tips to maintain healthy skin.

Before we give out the healthy skin tips, we have to make a note of what causes  damage to your skin. Below mentioned are the reasons.

1. Lack of hydration: Just as you need to hydrated to circumvent the sensation of an extremely dry throat, it is essential to hydrate to keep away the dry and pliable feeling from your skin. The skin cells are also made of water and need to be restocked for the skin to stay hydrated. Drinking a lot of water is the only way to go about this because water is claimed to be the best food for skin. 2. Smoking: The reasons you started is not important but, by now you must have the understanding that it does nothing to combat your stress levels. The only thing it manages to do is make you prone to various respiratory, heart troubles and dry your skin out and make you look like a cracked board.  3. Sun damage: Fun in the sun makes you feel amazing, but then when you look at your skin in the mi…
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9 Easy Mascara Hacks for Amazing Lashes Get carded. Lashes look their fattest when the mascara goes all the way down to the roots. Trouble is, it’s hard to get it there without getting black gunk all over your lids. To combat this, take a business card and hold it at the base of your lashes, then swipe on mascara. The excess will end up on the card, not on you. Baby your lashes.Just like the hair on your head, your lashes need to be conditioned. To do this, you can take the time to swipe on a special lash gel every night, or you can multitask by using a mascara with conditioning agents already built in. Avon True Color SuperExtend Nourishing Mascara is infused with argan oil, coconut oil, and vitamin E to keep lashes soft and healthy, while adding dramatic color and length at the same time. Bulk up your base. Create the illusion of a thicker lashline by tracing the inner rims of the upper lids with black eyeliner. Our pick: Avon True Color Glimmersticks Eye Liner in Blackest Black.  …

Breast Cancer in Black Women

New Cases
Breast cancer is the most commonly diagnosed cancer among black women, and an estimated 30,700 new cases are expected to be diagnosed in 2016. Similar to the pattern among white women, breast cancer incidence rates among black women increased rapidly during much of the 1980s , largely due to increased detection by mammography screening. However, while rates thereafter generally stabilized in white women they continued to increase, albeit more slowly, in black women (0.5% per year from 1986 to 2012).4 As a result, incidence rates in black and white women converged in 2012.  The continued increase in incidence rates in black women may in part reflect the rising prevalence of obesity in this group (Figure 9).
During 2008-2012, the overall breast cancer incidence rate in black women was 124.3 cases per 100,000 women, 3% lower than in white women (128.1). However, rates were higher in black than in white women in seven US states (Alabama, Kentucky, Louisiana, Mississippi, Missou…