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The Top Anti Aging Creams – Best Wrinkle Eye Cream
the best anti wrinkle creams reviews by Jennifer MayellBy Jennifer Mayell

I am going to share with you my fav selections for the best brands of wrinkle creams as an alternative to botox injections that you can get in Australia in 2014 and my reviews of them, and then some pretty cool (and relevant) bullet points on what to look out for. Then I’ll link to my individual wrinkle eye creams review pages or my best skin care picks (hey, with coupon codes as well so you can get discounts!)

I’m just a girl who loves to look fresh and keep looking as young as I can, and wanted to provide this anti aging review site on my experience with these wrinkle creams – so you don’t have to waste as much time and MONEY as I did working out what REALLY keeps you looking younger.

The Standout : LifeCell

The top pick from the rest. Why, because of the quality of the effect in reducing the visibilty of the wrinkles around my eyes REALLY fast.micro technology for wrinkle shadows

This is because it has this magical stuff called“light reflecting micro technology” which translated means that the shadows caused by wrinkles (which is what you actually SEE) become invisible.

This gives you the impression that they have just GONE, wow…. that’s plus all the other good stuff.

They say that it is better than cosmetic injections and better than a facelift.

Well, it sure is less painful that’s for sure – and the effects are really amazing too.

Plus my skin felt great after I had used it.

So, I first tried out Lifecell with the 30 Day Trial offer in this link: http://www.lifecellskin.com/SpecialOffer/

Here is my full review of what happened next:

I’d heard about this new revolutionary product from lifeCell from a friend who’d tried it; an anti-ageing formula that apparently works in just 61 seconds. Yes, you read right, I said 61 seconds. When visiting the site I found they offer a 30 day trial, with nothing to pay except the S&H – (which means Shipping and Handling).

One of the things that gave me confidence in requesting the trial offer is that Lifecell take privacy very seriously, as they say on their site “protecting your personal information is extremely important. LifeCell uses the best and most respected independent companies to monitor and certify that it is safe and secure for you to provide your personal information.”

And actually the only personal information that you give is name, email and shipping address, plus the site is qualified by HackerSafe, TRUSTe and McAfeeSecure. So you are not going to get scamed.

So I was ready to give this a go, without any worries. If it didn’t work, I figured that I could put it down to a minor loss, but what would happen if it did work? Well the results could be so amazing that I’d never have to look back. So I did a little research into the product and strangely enough, everything sounded positive. The brand has many celebrity customers, such as Melora Hardin, Christina Milian, Jessica Chastain and even Paula Abdul. I’ve always wondered how Paula stays so fresh faced, even at her age. So with that in mind, I ordered the trial and waited patiently for my delivery.

I didn’t have to wait long; just a few days standard delivery time. When my order turned up it looked as professional as I’d imagined it to, but regardless of the packaging I ripped it open to give the cream a try. I had to be at a work event that evening, what a good place to see how people reacted to my possible new look. I washed my face before I applied it and as LifeSkin works as a moisturiser too, I knew that it would prepare my face for makeup later, even if it didn’t work to remove my wrinkles.

The next thing that I did was apply the cream, making sure to massage it gently into the most affected areas of my skin. I can safely say that within a minute my eyes widened with a delighted surprise. It was almost as if my wrinkles had completely disappeared and I’m not even exaggerating. Even the deepest, darkest wrinkles looked smooth and clear, and even up close it was hard to see imperfection. I was amazed and went back online to find out more about why it worked so well – as I knew I would have to write up a report for the website.

Then the science behind the formula made me realise how it’s done. Not only are there anti-ageing ingredients that take action instantly, but there is also a light reflecting micro-technology in the cream that enters your lines and wrinkles and reflects the light from inside of them, so the affects of shadowing is completely reversed. When someone has wrinkles, what highlights them is actually the tiny shadows they create on the face. So eliminating the shadows eliminates the appearance of wrinkles. Clever.

The combination of the ingredients and technology literally fills wrinkles, working to plump them out, whilst making sure that no shadows are cast (because it’s actually the shadows inside of wrinkles that makes them so noticeable in the first place anyway!)

After a successful trial of this cream, I can safely say that I now order a new tube of LifeCell whenever my current ones run out. I’d massively recommend it to everyone as it is one of those little gems that actually works for my skin! I’d like to keep my flawless complexion a secret but hey, I’m only human.

You can get it here at http://www.lifecellskin.com/SpecialOffer/

 

Marc Gafni – In Every Stitch

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In Every Stitch (from Marc Gafni the Mystery of Love)

It was the middle of the 19th century[i]. Heaven was joyous, hell was in an uproar, for it seems that one Hanoch the Shoemaker was about to usher in the Messiah. The Master of Rishin, tells the story to his disciples something like this,

“Hanoch the shoemaker used to sit every day intent in the stitching of his leather shoes. It was known that with every stitch Hanoch was ‘meyached yichudim elyonim.’ That is, he was unifying higher unities. Now ‘yichudim’, my holy disciples, in Kabbalah always means ‘zivug’ (coupling). {Zivug is an ultimate erotic term. It refers not to the sexual person, but to the cosmic love affair between the masculine God presence and the feminine Shechina presence. A love affair brought about by human action.}

Now the strange secret of the story, my holy community, is that Hanoch wasn’t doing anything which should have caused such ecstatic yichudim. He wasn’t fulfilling any religious commandment, he was engaged in no ritual or pious act.

“Perhaps,” said one of the disciples, “he was meditating on a passage of Zohar as he stitched.” Another chimed in, “Perhaps he was doing the spiritual exercises of Luria’s Kabbalah which cause pleasure above?”

“No, nothing of the sort,” replied the master.

“Then what was he doing while he stitched?” pressed the disciples.

“Nothing!” responded the master with a slight smile. “Hanoch was doing nothing…nothing other than being fully inside in every single stitch.”

“Fully inside in every stitch?!” Duly impressed, the eager disciples now had another confusion. “So then, Master, why is it that the Messiah has not yet announced his arrival?”

[i] ((*One vignette the mystics* like to tell appears in the Hebrew mystical literature of the 19th century See for example Michtav MeEliyhahu Vol. 1 Kunteres HaChaessed, Tract on Loving

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Dr Jonathan Ramsay

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Dr Jonathan Ramsay

Areas of interest
Testicular pain; Fertility / Infertility and assisted conception; Andrology; Vasectomy (including reversal)

Medical secretaries
Alison Lenny
4th Floor Charing Cross Hospital Fulham Palace Road LONDON W6 8RF
020 3311 7669
jonathan.ramsay@imperial.nhs.uk

  • Consultant Urologist and Andrologist

    , Imperial College Healthcare NHS Trust (Charing Cross, Hammersmith and St Mary’s campus), Chelsea & Westminster Hospital and West Middlesex University Hospitals

  • Clinical Lead for Private Practise

    Imperial College Healthcare Trust

  • Director of Professional Affairs (London)

    Royal College of Surgeons of England

  • Member intercollegite examining board in Urology
  • Past member Member Court of Examiners, RCS England

Medical training

Year qualified

1977

  • St Bartholomew’s Hospital Medical college
  • St Bartholomew’s Hospital
  • FRCS(Eng)

    1982

  • MS(London)

    1986

  • FRCS(Urol)

    1987

  • Senior Registrar in Urology, St Bartholomew’s Hospital

    1985-1988

  • Consultant Urologist, Charing Cross Hospital

    1988

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