EOS Lip Balm Beats Chapstick

There are many Lip Balms you may see on the market today. There are so many that you may not know what the differences are. Chapstick has been around for such a long time you might think it’s the best. but EOS lip balm  might change your mind.

Healing Lips

Chapstick has been around for a very long time. They have been used for a lot of uses with the lips, but they don’t heal the lips like you might like. Chapstick doesn’t have the same things in it that others do. It’s more of a waxy chapstick and while it can help keep the lips from getting chapped, but does little to heal it after it’s chapped.

EOS Lip Balm is different because it has Shea Butter in it. This helps to not just keep the lips from getting chapped, but it also helps to heal the lips. The Shea Butter is the big thing in the lip balm that helps with the way your skin feels on your lips.

Keeping Lips Soft

Chapstick is a good option for keeping the lips soft because it does help keep the moisture in the lips. You will need to reapply the lip balm more than once a day in order to keep the lips feeling good, but it can help.

EOS Lip Balm is great at keeping the moisture in the skin from the start. That is another part of the Shea Butter that helps the lips. You shouldn’t have to reapply more than a couple of times a day so that makes it easier to use as well.

There are a lot of options when it comes to lip balm, but getting the right one will stay with you for a long time. It can mean your lips heal and feel better or that you are fighting with your chapped skin for a long time. Check out the EOS products on Ulta, Walmart or Target.

Embrace the Razor Cut with Donald Scott NYC

Straight razors are climbing in popularity for both men and women’s hair-cuts. While the initial thought of having your hair cut with a razor can be intimidating, it comes with numerous benefits. Razor cuts can be a blessing for people with long, straight hair, but can be used on virtually any hair type. Using a razor gives the hair movement and texture in otherwise plain and flat hair. A razor cut can also create smooth layers or be used to achieve a bolder look.



Donald Scott NYC hair cutting products are built around straight razor cutting. His most popular product is a carving comb. It has patented technology and consists of a fine/wide tooth comb with both a cutting comb and a razor at the end. The Donald Scott NYC cutting comb allows for thinning and texturizing while the razor provides 100 percent carve. Donald Scott NYC also has a ‘prepare liquid tool guide’ to work alongside the carving comb to provide superior slip and protection.

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The real deal in sport, Covers.com

Now that the NFL season is over, I turn my attention to NCAAB and March Madness. I find it hard to explain to anyone born of the digital age that before the digital revolution, I did not even know a March Madness existed. Of course I knew college basketball existed. In fact, I believe that basketball was invented as a game for the collegiate or at least scholastic level. My family was a football family, and this vast amount of readily available information did not exist. Not so many years ago, a major sports event took place on one of the three network stations and only in prime time. This was even the case early in the beginning of all-sports channels and eventually networks like ESPN. This sports staple in its inception was met with skeptics that thought no one wanted to keep up with sports all day everyday.

How wrong were these people? So it is not strange that at that time people could be engrossed in one sport so much that they knew little of other sports. So in making odds or placing bets, I would never bet on a sport of which I was not intimately familiar.  Because I think winning is universal, I could apply my abstract markers to information that is right at our fingertips these days and make assumptions well enough so that I win a lot in making NCAAB betting odds. Another digital innovative idea is betting sites, but I say that with a caveat. These sites must be reputable, or they are no different than bookies, but I utilize a site entirely more innovative than just taking bets.

It is called Covers.com, and it is the most informative source for placing odds on NCAAB betting or any sports bet for that matter. I stress informative rather than glitzy and fun which is okay in recreational gambling, but because I bet seriously, information is my greatest aid.  However, it is also good for recreational betting, and my friends love how Covers.com makes them seem like professionals even when they are simply conversing with someone they want to impress with statistics and insider knowledge.