These days, an honest customer’s review can help you decide if you want to buy a beauty product or not. Take lip balm, for example; you have tons of choices out there. So, which one is best, and for what reasons?
Evolution of Smooth happens to be an exquisite choice for everyone who wants soft, smooth kissable lips. It’s a great brand and popular around the world, with celebrities obsessed with the round ball of balm sitting in its adorable, colorful little pot. Who could ignore delicious flavors like Honeysuckle Honeydew, Strawberry Sorbet, Blackberry Nectar and Britney Spears’ favorite, Pomegranate Raspberry.
So, we went to ULTA.com to read their more than 2,000 reviews on Evolution of Smooth’s Organic Smooth Sphere Lip Balm. The highest rating one can give at ULTA is five stars*****. Evolution of Smooth has ranked very highly at 4.5 stars. It’s almost impossible receiving a perfect score from the shopping website, but this is as close as it gets.
Evolution of Smooth is made with pure, natural ingredients like shea butter, jojoba oil and Vitamin E. These gluten-free lip balms are excellent at daily moisture, sun protection, cold wind/air protection, soothing and healing chapped lips, as well as cold sores and fever blisters.
The brand also offers these: Visibly Soft Smooth Spheres, Shimmer Smooth Spheres, Active Protection Smooth Spheres and even Organic Smooth Sticks in the vintage tube shape. See, https://www.luckyvitamin.com/m-2220-eos-evolution-of-smooth.
There are lots of other balms out there, but often times, you don’t know what’s really in them. Evolution of Smooth is an honest company with integrity; you’re getting natural, healthy lip balms every time. View their profile on linkedin.com.
It is always sad when families have to be split up or separated because of someone going to prison or a child ending up in a juvenile detention center or someone being detained prior to being deported. It is even sadder when those families are forced to face the trials and tribulations of something like a natural disaster while being separated. The only comfort for many families that are faced with these difficult separations is the comfort of being able to speak with one another over the phone or visit with their loved ones if they are close enough to be able to do so. However, what many people in the United States do not realize is that the telephone calls that are made in and out of these types of facilities are not free or provided for by the facilities themselves. Instead they are usually provided by a separate third party company that is contracted out to.
Recently, the south has been hit with a long series of storms that have ultimately caused for a lot of areas of the south to become flooded. Even sadder yet, many of these families that were affected by the flooding are also affected by the separation from a loved one that is in the prison or detention system. In order to make this time easier on all of those families, Securus Technologies, one of the leading providers of those prison calls has generously decided to donate their phone call services for those families for a limited amount of time so that they will be able to check in and let each other know they are safe.
Reno Gazette-Journal’s writeup on the trials of Lake Tahoe’s north shore neighborhood details how for four year the area had been in the midst of battles with nature and political progress. A crippling and unseasonable drought greatly effected the winter resorts in the community on mynews4.com as well as the small business who rely on the revenue that visitors of the resorts generate. Without snow tourism in the area suffered and so did the economy of the area, so when a proposal to incorporate Olympic Valley arose disagreement about whether or not that was a positive step for the future of the north shore ensued.
CEO of Squaw Valley, Andy Wirth, was a vocal opponent of the incorporation effort because of its potential to negatively effect the relationships between the business and civic communities in the Olympic Valley Incorporation. Wirth was concerned about the increase in taxes to both residents and businesses and decrease in public services like snow plowing and road maintenance and reasoned that these factors would increase the cost of living and doing business while making the area less efficient. In addition to local drawbacks, Wirth believes the incorporation would have stripped Olympic Valley of its ability to coexist with its neighboring towns as well as the resources and support the towns often lend each other to deal with regional issues.
A break in the drought has begun to lift town spirits as storms happening early in the season have produced enough snow and cold weather to allow earlier than they’ve been able to in the past ten years. The political strain on the area has lifted as well since a state commission ruled that the proposed incorporation wasn’t viable. Now that the area has seemed to overcome the two biggest obstacles it faced Wirth sees an opportunity for the community to improve and move forward together. In his years as CEO of Squaw Valley Ski Holdings Andy Wirth has achieved his goal of making the destination a place that tourists want to flock to. His investment in the area extends beyond his business endeavors, however, to work in environmental and community service in Lake Tahoe while his work with Wounded Warrior Support raises money for the Navy SEAL Foundation that supports service members who’ve returned home.