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A friend of mine made me try her Wen conditioning cleanser and told me it was the best thing she ever used on her hair. Of course I loved it, but not the price. I refuse to spend that much money on a hair shampoo/conditioner. I researched and found Hair One was a similar product for half the money. I would definitely say it is comparable to Wen but not quite as good. I'm fine with that because of the price. Hair One is not as thick as Wen and doesn't smell quite as good, but it does provide my hair with similar shine and smoothness. I did have less static and fly aways with Wen, but for the price difference it will do. I am sold on this stuff. I returned most of my other shampoos and conditioners and will ocasionally use Neutrogena build up remover shampoo to clear out any residue buildup. I tried one of my regular shampoos one day to see if there was a difference, and YES, there was. Hair One definitely is better on my hair. I have also noticed that my hair is much easier to flat iron causing less breakage which is great! The best part for me, is when you finish towel drying your hair, your scalp has a tingly CLEAN feel to it. There is not much fragrance to this shampoo, but again, not a big deal for me anyway. I used this Jojoba version as I color my hair. I think my hair color is actually staying brighter since using Hair One. A great product for the price and it's nice to only have to do one step instead of two.
So after reading all of the previous reviews, I couldn't wait to get my hands on a set of these things, figuring that since I'm a longtime occultist I'd easily be able to keep them under control and then dominate the world within a week or so, depending on how long negotiations with the aliens they summoned would take. But noooooooooo, of course not, *I* had to get a freaking set of COMPLETE DUDS. Got the first one started up and it started rattling off Pi, apparently testing my patience and not much else. The second one kept trying to do a Pap smear on me (at least I hope that's what its intention was). The third and fourth ones were apparently mis-programmed Zhu Zhu pet armor, and kept trying to coerce my son's Zhus Zhus into climbing inside and doing battle--which would have been fine, except that they insisted on battling it out at the neighborhood park, and damned if I know how I'm going to pay all those "criminal mischief" fines after maxing out my credit cards to buy these things in the first place. When I got to the last one, I was desperately hoping that it would be fully functional, but the damn thing was apparently a reject from the Bush era's "No Child Left Behind" implementation agency, and promptly sat the aforementioned child down at the kitchen table and attempted to teach him how to fill in those little bubbles on the standardized tests properly--you know, shade it in completely but don't go outside the lines, use a no. 2 lead pencil, and all that. This might have been a mildly useful testing function, but he already knows all that crap from getting it drilled into him at school. I mean, come on, that's what second grade is all about these days!!
I've had stress related digestive issues for quite some time. After trying all sort of products (Acacia fibre, peppermint capsules, fennel seeds, activated charcoal, other probiotics), this Bifidobacterium infantis is by far the most effective supplement. It actually makes my digestive system more responsive to the soothing qualities of fennel and peppermint. It won't prevent any acute attacks, especially those related to sudden severe anxiety, but it will regulate your system and make life a lot easier to deal with. I highly recommend you give this a chance. I'm not sure if I'd go as far to call it life-changing but it's helped an incredible amount and I wouldn't go without it.
I got a new computer with Windows 8 and Windows 2010 but it didn't have Publisher with it so I bought it separate. I use Publisher more than I use Word for just about everything. I like how easy it is to use and would recommend it to anyone that has computer skills.