Review Roundup: Salicylic Acid Peels, Room Thermometers And An Invicta Speedway Watch

20 01 2010

Salicylic Acid Peel: What Does Each Acid Do?

Glycolic Acid Peel: stimulates collagen growth more effectively than any of the other peels. It’s small molecule allows it to slip beneath the epidermis to reach the collagen fibers below and results in 15%-25%  thickening over 12 weeks. Glycolic acid generally causes little or no visible peeling.

Lactic Acid Peel: works on the surface of the skin to treat tone, texture, and pigmentation. The Lactic acid molecule works to pull moisture into the cells, and exfoliate surface cells which helps to perfect the skin’s surface and restore the skin’s natural glow.

Glycolac Acid Peel: With a combination of Glycolic (25%) with Lactic (35%), it provides hydration and tone improvements of the Lactic, with the increased collagen stimulation of the glycolic. It is generally well tolerated because the lactic and glycolic work on different levels or the skin.

Salicylic Acid Peel: a great kertolytic which means it helps loosen the bonds between skin cells to promote exfoliating. It is the only hydroxy acid which is oil soluble which allows it to penetrate into clogged pores. It can be used more frequently than the other peels without must risk for irritation. salicylic acid peel has many benefits and get raved reviews for the face on Amazon.

Room Thermometer: Does the Oregon Digital Thermometer Live Up To The Hype?

Oregon Scientifics’ THT312 Digital Clock with Room Thermometer conveniently displays the time, indoor temperature and outdoor temperature via an easy-to-read LCD display. This unit features a 10 foot weather resistant probe which monitors outdoor temperature for display to the main unit. A convenient LED backlight provides easy viewing in all conditions. This room thermometer compact unit can be wall mounted or displayed on a desk top or shelf.

After reading a ton of reviews, I decided all of the moderately priced digital room thermometers had flaws so I went with the brand that overall seemed well rated (Oregon Scientific). I also read that remote sensors were problematic so I chose this model because it uses an attached (wired) sensor. I am delighted with the performance of this room thermometer model. I followed the instructions and placed the outdoor sensor in a protected location (the wire fits easily under my window (even with it locked for the winter).

Invicta Speedway: Channeling Your Need For Watches

Conveying watch time with the utmost sophistication while keeping in mind the needs of the active sportsman, the Invicta Speedway collection will effortlessly transpose into any journey. Swiss Chronograph movement, 200 meter water resistance, screw down case backs, Tritnite, luminous hands, textured dials in multiple colors are all features inclusive in these handsomely crafted timepieces. An asset to any activity, allow the Invicta Speedway to merge into your sporting and working life.

Classically styled and channeling your need for speed, the Invicta Speedway Chronograph watch for men (model 9211) offers a bold accent to both business wear and casual dress. The three chronograph subdials can measure time within intervals of 1/60 of a second and up to 30 minutes of elapsed time, and it features start, stop, and reset functions. The round silver stainless steel watch case measures 43mm (1.69 inches) with engraved units per hour markings on the bezel. It has a white dial background with black-outlined subdials, luminous Tritnite hands (with seconds hand), and small minute indexes.

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