Sleeping beauty

According to experts your body renews and repairs itself while you sleep. That is especially true of your skin.
 
New Glytone Anti-aging Night Cream contains a powerful blend of natural peptides, antioxidants, and Glycolic Acid to help your skin regain its glow as well as improve the appearance of lines and wrinkles.
 
According to its makers, Glytone Anti-aging Night Cream can actually help to delay the signs of aging. “The unique peptides in our Anti-aging Night Cream help to counteract the results of making faces. Caprooyl Tetrapeptide-3, a tetrapeptide, targets the wrinkle from multiple angles. It works synergistically with Acetyl Tetrapeptide-2, a tetrapeptide that strengthens skin barrier function and helps to step up the production of the proteins that preserve and strengthen the skin’s epidermal layers”.
 
It also contains powerful anti-oxidants to combat skin damage from environmental factors as well as glycolic acid to exfoliate and make skin glow. It costs $89.
 
Glytone products have been a favourite of dermatologists for many years because they work. Glytone Anti-aging Night Cream is the newest product in the Glytone Antioxidant Anti-aging range. I love this night cream of the exceptional glow it gives my skin without irritating it. I began to see results after only a few days and the results only continued to improve. Try it and become a real “sleeping beauty”.
 
 
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Cranberries not just for Christmas

Sweet and tangy ---perfect on so many thingsAt my house Thanksgiving kicks off cranberry-eating season. We love fresh cranberry sauce and eat it all winter long. If you don’t make your own, you don’t know what you are missing. Cranberries are full of antioxidants and Vitamin C, and fresh sauce is delicious. We eat it with roasted poultry and on sandwiches, and I bake it into apple pies. It is even good over ice cream for a festive seasonal sundae. It is easy to make. I pack it into clean jars and keep it in the refrigerator for weeks. You can make it in bulk and pack it into pretty jam jars for a lovely gift.

2 cups of sugar

1 cup of orange juice and 1 cup or apple cider, or just 2 cups of orange juice — as you prefer.

 

Add the grated rind and juice from one well-washed organic orange. Use organic fruit for this, as you do not want pesticides in your sauce. You cannot wash the pesticide off the peel.

 

Boil until the berries burst.

Cool and carefully add 1 cup of fresh walnuts. Do not cook or boil the nuts.

 

Spoon carefully in to clean jars and refrigerate, as this is not processed. Be careful, hot cranberry sauce is very dangerous.

 

This makes a pretty gift alone or with pumpkin bread.

 

 

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