Hyperbiotics Immune Vitamin Review.


I was recently introduced to the Hyperbiotics Immune formula vitamins. I am always on the search for new health supplements with beneficial factors such as one that help keep your immune system strong, therefore, when I found this new product I was ecstatic. the first quality that amazed me was the claim that the tablets used in the vitamins are “15x more effective than capsules”. that alone is a large statement, which always makes me wonder how true it is. at the bottom of the container the brand also claims they are 100% vegetarian, lactose free and gluten free, and the list goes on, which all sound like pluses to me. hyperbiotics says they supply the only products in which a person’s good bacteria, commonly diminished by today’s overly-processed foods, is repopulated in the body. the prominent ingredients that make up the supplements are Bioavailable Vitamin C, Zinc and Echinacea.  another good thing about Hyperbiotics Immune is that they don’t require refrigeration and they hold a shelf life of up to 18 months.

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if you’re looking for a great health supplement, I would definitely recommend the Hyperbiotics Immune to keep away bacteria and sickness during the last few flu season months.love all. love Madeline.

I hope you like this product as much as I do, feel free to buy it here:

Amazon: http://amzn.to/1yyxdpi
Website: http://hyperbiotics.com/product-pro-immune/

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give yourself a makeover with GlamST iOS


i’ve recently had the opportunity to try out, and review, a new app on the App Store. it’s called GlamST iOS, a virtual makeup creator that allows you to apply makeup to a selfie of yourself, a celebrity or a model that the app supplies you with. the innovative program was recently launched and is now being talked about by many users.
to begin, you choose a portrait to work with, next you can adjust the personal details of the face to how you like them. for example, eye color and hair color…

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after you have decided what features you want the person to have, you can now play around with different themes such as glamorous, hipster or sexy…

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once everything is selected you can now sit back and relax while your masterpiece is being assembled. here is a model with half of her face presented with the “fresh” makeup look, and the other half with nothing…

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i believe the app is well executed and can be used as a great beauty tool on multiple occasions. maybe you’re late for a fancy evening and don’t have enough time to try out more than one makeup look before running out of the house. good thing GlamST comes to your rescue when you can simply import a selfie and find out which makeup style fits your event perfectly, like “glamorous” or “edgy”. this trick takes away the hassle of having to eliminate looks by physical application, which is much more time consuming. it can be used as a great tool for makeup artists or even amateur artists. or even the basic girl who enjoys spicing up her Instagram selfies, which isn’t a problem since GlamST enables you to post your creation straight from the app.

to get a better idea of what the app is capable of doing, here is my favorite look that I’ve made on a model…

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i like the app, and I know you would too! that’s why you should go over to the App Store and get the beneficial service… love all. love Madeline.

GlamST Instagram- http://Instagram.com/glamstapp
Twitter- http://twitter.com/glamstapp

You can buy it here at the App Store: https://itunes.apple.com/uy/app/glamst/id917490858?mt=8
GlamST’s website: http://GlamST.com

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delectable caramel corn.

as I was sweeping the internet I wondered upon a deliciously wonderful recipe of buttery popped corn. let me tell you, it is the best caramel goodness you will ever eat.

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… and if you think the treat will last more than one night, you’re wrong. my family and I devoured it in mere hours. and we all concluded that it’s the best caramel corn we’ve ever eaten.

the hardest part of the process was popping the popcorn because I was using a 25 year-old electric air popper… but luckily the kernels still turned out good.

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after the popcorn is spread onto the baking sheets, all you need to do is mix all the ingredients together except the baking soda which is incorporated after…

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once it comes to a boil, keep it there for 5 minutes and then remove from the heat

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after a few more steps… what do ya know, you have golden caramel corn!
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I hope you enjoyed my first food post and try it out yourself. you won’t be disappointed! love all. love Madeline.
here’s the recipe…

Ingredients:

10 cups (100g) air-popped popcorn*
1 cup (200g) light brown sugar
1/4 cup (80g) light corn syrup
1/2 cup (115g) unsalted butter
1/8 teaspoon cream of tartar
1/2 teaspoon salt
1/2 teaspoon baking soda
Directions:

Preheat the oven to 200F degrees. Spread the popcorn out onto 2 large baking sheets. Set aside.

Combine the sugar, corn syrup, butter, cream of tartar, and salt in a medium saucepan over a medium-high heat. Stir constantly and bring to a boil for about 5 minutes. Remove from the heat and quickly stir in the baking soda. Pour the caramel over the popcorn and stir gently until all the kernels are coated.

Bake for 1 hour, stirring every 20 minutes. Allow to cool on the pan and break apart large clusters if desired. Cover the popcorn tightly once cooled; it will stay fresh for up to 2 weeks.

i found it on Sally’s Baking Addiction where she has many other great recipes also! if you want to read her blog post on the caramel corn here it is… http://sallysbakingaddiction.com/2014/03/16/grandmas-caramel-corn/

michael todd cleanser review.

michael todd charcoal detox deep pour cleanser- $23
it can be bought at
http://www.michaeltoddtrueorganics.com

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my thoughts on the product…
i recently purchased the charcoal cleanser on the michael todd website. in the short time I’ve been using it I have absolutely loved it. i wash my face with it every morning and night, having incorporated it into my daily face care routine already.
what can I say about the product? what can’t I say would be a better question… it holds all qualities I could want in a simple face cleanser; it’s vegan, organic, very foamy and slightly invigorating from the hint of mint and charcoal. it only requires a pea size amount to cover and clean the entire area of the face. it cleans deep beneath the surface of the skin just like it promises. i now strongly stand by this product and I’ve been loving the effect it’s been having on my teenage skin. thank you michael todd for making this godsend product.
i hope this review was helpful for you, and if you enjoy reading about my opinions please tell me so I can write more for my readers. love all. love madeline.

for the joy of flannels.

i’ll just start off by saying that flannels are a large part of my life. before this year I had no particular draw to wearing the oversized, cozy shirts, but now things have changed and i wear various ones multiple times during the week. the best part about flannels is that they are extremely easy to throw on over basically any outfit. they go well with plain T’s, tank tops and even sweatshirts.
since my mild obsession began I now have a small collection that is slowly growing. i’ve tried to vary the colors, but some are still similar to others.
i find most of my shirts at used clothing stores such as Goodwill and Salvation Army because that’s where they are sold for very inexpensive. i’ve also been lucky enough to find a few at some local consignment shops. i tend to gravitate towards both men’s smalls and women’s mediums-large, since those sizes fit my figure the best. but really, if it relatively fits, i get them!
where I live makes it sometimes hard to wear flannels during the depths of the winter months because it gets so chilly, but during the early fall and spring is when I regularly wear them religiously.
i’m sure that people think I rarely wash my clothes, therefore that’s why I’m always seen wearing similar (not the same!) clothing pieces… or that I just don’t have many choices in my wardrobe (which, boy, let me tell you that’s incorrect!). but for their knowledge I’m a very cleanly person, I just take joy in wearing comfortable and fashionable clothes… most days of the week. and I don’t expect anyone to understand unless they’ve worn a flannel shirt and experienced it’s greatness. okay, enough ranting.
here’s my collection…

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if you’re interested in seeing how to DIY an ombré flannel shirt like this one let me know in the comments, I’d be more than happy to!

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on a side note… i’ve recently made a new friend here in the blogging community. she runs the blog PhotosandFros
she takes darling photos with each blog post and I love indulging in each well written piece. she is also new to the blogging community just like me, but she’s progressing fabulously! it would help both of us out tremendously if you took a trip over to her blog and subscribed to follow her wonderful talent. she posts both about fashion, photography and lifestyle. I have no doubts that you’ll love her and her writing style!
here’s her blog…
https://PhotosandFros.wordpress.com

enjoy… love all. love Madeline.