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  • Provacare Review + Giveaway

    October 1, 2014 • Accepting Entries, Blog, Giveaways, Health & Beauty, ProductsComments (12)

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    I know, it’s not something talked about day to day, not with your mother, your sister, your cousin or your best friend, and to be damn right honest, not even with your Doctor UNLESS ABSOLUTELY NECESSESARY.

    But, it happens. To thousands of women a day. Vaginal Infections.

    I had vaginal infection 2x’s last year, due to the antibiotic Amoxicillan that my dr put me on for severe lung infection, sure enough it’s a side effect & she warned me ahead of time there was a very very good chance I would get one as the script was a strong dose.

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    Provacare has unveiled a couple of products to help women who suffer from, wish to prevent, vaginal infections.

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    Provacare has introduced a Soothing Feminine Foaming wash. Safe enough to be used daily! This wash helps contribute to a healthy vaginal flora, especially after sex, during pregnancy, or during a vaginal infection.

    The wash contains Witch Hazel Water and natural Aloe to soothe the sensitive skin. The bottle is uniquely designed to allow for application without the need for a cloth or sponge.

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    The Provacare Probiotic Vaginal Care

    This little package contains capsules and dispenser as well as a pamphlet with clear, easy to understand instructions.

    The wonderful thing about these, they help to treat and prevent the recurrence of both bacterial & yeast infections!

    This naturally helps to treat them nasty burning, stinging & excessive discharge from such infections.

    Provacare has been added to my list of feminine needs, as well as my daughter’s. I never was a fan of such infections and have no hesitation in adding a little was that not only helps treat, but PREVENTS!

    Giveaway Time! Win a Provacare Prize Pack

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    Enter the Rafflecopter below for your chance to win a Provacare Prize Pack valued at $56! Giveaway is open to Canadian residents only & ends on October 20, 2014. Good luck!

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  • Quick 4 Book Reviews! Bird Box, The Girl Who Saved The King of Sweden, The Colony, The Great Abraham Lincoln Pocketwatch Conspiracy

    August 3, 2014 • ARC & New Release, Blog, Books, Fatman's Couch ReviewsComments (0)

     

    Bird Box

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    Bird Box by Josh Mallerman

    I tweeted about this book with the #Awesome hashtag and it still stands. For any horror fans out there this is definitely a book to check out. Don’t look outside, you might go mad, kill a couple people and then yourself. There’s no stopping what is out there but as you can’t ever see it, you don’t know what it is until it’s too late. This book is a hell of a lot of fun. I was almost asleep when I flipped the first page and then suddenly wide awake until the next morning. What I enjoyed most is how some of the things you could predict happening but then the author took it one step further to really make for a great scare! This debut author is definitely one to watch! 5/5 Burgs

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    The Girl Who Saved the King of Sweden by Jonas Jonasson

    The author of The 100-Year-Old-Man Who Climbed out the Window and Disappeared is back. After reading this one through I gotta say I was a little disappointed as I was expecting another masterpiece similar to the 100 year old man. I guess they can’t all be winners. There were still laugh out loud moments where you think it’s about to get really good but then it goes back to a story which at times could only be described as monotonous. I really think this book could have been much better, maybe they hired a new translator and it was lost in translation? I don’t know. The story itself had a good premise but that’s about it, not exactly a page turner. 2/5 Burgs

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    The Colony by A.J. Colucci

    A bit of an older book now but still a decent one. I saw it in a bargain bin and had to jump on it as it always seemed to be gone at my local library. Super killer ants, need I say more? They are angry, hungry and seem to like eating humans. Overall this story delivered everything I expected it to by following a basic cookie cutter sci-fi story line. I could pretty accurately predict two chapters ahead for the majority of the novel. Still not a bad read for a lazy day. 3/5 Burgs.

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    The Great Abraham Lincoln PocketWatch Conspiracy by Jacopo Della Quergia ( Aug 4, 2014)

    Usually I like to think that I have a pretty good grasp on history and love historical fiction but this one jumped all over the place and left me somewhat confused. I understood and even appreciated the Steam Punk direction the author tried to take here but thought it was very poorly implemented. I always felt like the author was trying to juggle too many different angles of the story and the transitioning was horrid. As for the story itself, meh, not overly interesting. Did this just go way above my head? I don’t think so. Ugh! See it’s still confusing me. 1/5 Burgs.

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