Archive for August 8, 2013

Interested in Cosmetic Procedures? You are Not Alone

Written by Channel 8 News Reno. Posted in Acne skin care regimen, Dermatologist riverview, Valrico dermatology

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There are a lot of non surgical ways to defy nature and look better. (There is a reason one of the most commercially recognized anti acne skin care and acne skin care treatment product has annual sales that top $1.5 billion.) But acne treatments at home aside, what are some of the most frequently sought after non surgical cosmetic treatments?

For women under age 35, a whopping 64 percent receive Botox injections (according to the American Academy of Facial Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery). The next most common non surgical dermatological procedures are hyaluronic acid injections, chemical peels, and microdermabrasion (55, 24, and 15 percent, respectively). Impressively, Botox t

Live in A Closed in Apartment Building? No Soil? Grow a Garden Anyway

Written by Channel 8 News Reno. Posted in Grow box, Grow cabinet, Hydroponic grow cabinets

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Did you know 18th Century studies show that plants can be grown without soil? Nutrient rich water, or inorganic ions in water, can sustain plant life and allow it to flourish in unlikely environments. That opens up countless new possibilities for growing and studying plants. Here are just a few.

Growing Plants in Stifling Conditions

Thanks to grow cabinets and indoor hydroponic systems, all people need to keep plants alive is electricity. Electric currents pump, or otherwise disperse, nutrients into roots and encourage plant growth. That means people are growing plants in deserts, or in apartment complexes without garden and lawn space. Indoor grow boxes get these plants out of damaging soils, and into a

Online Auto Auctions Among One of the Many Innovative New Ways for People to Purchase New and Used Cars

Written by Channel 8 News Reno. Posted in Car auction software, Smartauction

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The continuous advancements in technology, specifically relating to computers and the Internet, have generated something of an almost expected convenience in the every day lives of people in recent years. This expectation is not necessarily unjustified, though, as many of these advancements have truly created ultimate conveniences for people that make any other past method of doing something seem obsolete and undesirable. If a person has the option of doing something online, they are most likely going to choose that option because it typically requires less time and results in less hassle than other options. Despite what some may say, this transition is not a display of laziness being favored, but it is rather a more logical and often more efficient method of doing things.

These days, many people mak