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    Charmax Ionic Hair Straightener Brush (Blue)
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Neil Young's Memoir, 'Waging Heavy Peace'

But “Waging Morose Peace” — with a title that echoes “Waging Genial,” a White House memoir by President Dwight D. Eisenhower, although Mr. Immature seems neither to know or care about that — presents a much more playful, capricious portrait of the same

And on the line now, Beck of Christchurch

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One Rocked Out Party: Scary Mary and the Audio Corsette

But I as read I also hope that Scary Mary looks back to those budget free, drop free forbears and loses just a bit of her polish, makes room for a barely more of the gritty, anarchic spirits of horror and hair metal. In a world of Katy Perrys and

Parting Ways: A Brief Look Into Male-Pattern Baldness

Other less mainstream and often more invasive methods of hair restoration treatments, all things considered seen amongst a string of late-night infomercials, are always available to those who pooh-pooh the FDA. Hair transplantation is also a treatment election

Brody: Personal care products can slip past scientific scrutiny

When you wash your hair, clean or moisturize your skin, polish your nails, or put on makeup, deodorant or sunscreen, do you ever think about whether the product you’re using may do more harm than good?

Maybe you should. Thanks to a lack of federal regulations, the watchword for consumers of cosmetics and personal care products should be caveat emptor: Let the buyer beware.

To be sure, these products are not nearly as worrisome as drugs, which require extensive testing and premarket approval by the Food and Drug Administration. Still, disasters can and sometimes do occur from the use of cosmetics and personal care products, and the government is powerless to act until a slew of consumer complaints raise a red flag.

In a recent editorial in JAMA Internal Medicine, Dr. Robert M. Califf, who served as FDA chief under President Barack Obama, noted, “The cosmetic industry remains largely self-regulated. History has repeatedly shown that when there is insufficient regulatory oversight, a few unscrupulous people or companies will exploit the vulnerable public for profit.”

Are Wen hair care product worth the cash?

I keep seeing infomercials. Is this stuff good?

It's nothing special. Don't spend your $$'s on Wen.

As Seen On TV: Wen Hair Care, Cricut, Snuggies...DO THEY WORK?

Infomercials have been on the TV a lot lately. Do you have any "AS SEEN ON TV" products? If so, which ones? Do they work? On a 1-10 scale (1=I wish I never bought it, it doesn't work, 10=Great investment, works, love it!) what would you rate

I think the answer to your question is a difficult one. I think overall it depends on the product, do you need it or not, or what it is used for. All the as seen on tv products are created for a reason, to make something easier. I think it's a mixed

I think the answer to your question is a difficult one. I think overall it depends on the product, do you need it or not, or what it is used for. All the as seen on tv products are created for a reason, to make something easier. I think it's a mixed