Sunday, March 4, 2012

Tropical Traditions All Purpose Cleaner Review/Giveaway

Tropical Traditions offers a variety of organic and all-natural products. I am very proud to bring attention to a product that can be used in kitchens, bathrooms, the laundry room and even when washing your cars. The product that can do all of this and so much more is the All Natural Cleaner priced at $6.99 for a 32oz. bottle.

The All Purpose Cleaner offers a botanical solution made from pure water, amino acids, minerals and other ingredients. The other ingredients are derived from leafy green, edible and seed bearing plants. The All Purpose Cleaners is nontoxic and free from harmful ingredients, solvents,  perfumes and dyes.

Andalou Naturals 'Meyer Lemon Creamy Cleanser' Review/Giveaway

Finding new brands that offer healthy and amazing products is very important to me. That is why I am pleased at the opportunity to bring you a company that I had the privilege to work with on a review. Andalou Naturals offers products for your face, body and hair. Their products offer an Advanced Fruit Stem Cell Science, which offers 'universal cells' to renew, repair and regenerate healthy skin.

When using their products you will notice several amazing features to your skin, hair and face. These products will Renew Dormant Cells, Repair Damaged Cells, and Regenerate Healthy Cells. All of which are very important.
Meyer Lemon Creamy Cleanser $12.95
Andalou Naturals Advanced Fruit Stem Cell Science renews skin at the cellular level, blending nature and knowledge for visible Brightening results. Advanced Fruit Stem Cells and creamy emollients, rich in enzymes and potent antioxidants, gently diffuse, creating a velvety lather to lift away impurities, as rejuvenating Meyer lemon stimulates circulation for improved tone and texture.

GeoPalz Pedometer Review

My family tends to be pretty active. Not as much in the winter, but when the weather warms up, my kids have outside batteries that never run out. I am happy that my kids love to get up and move and really enjoy life. Keeping my kids active is very beneficial to their heatlth. It allows their body to stay fit, along with their heart and lungs. It also allows them to keep their weight regulated. Plus, after a winter of video games and TV, I am ready to see them outside and running around. GeoPalz has sent me a Pedometer for my little girl to review. This allows her to keep track of her daily steps, submit them online, and earn prizes. It keeps her more motivated to get up and move. Plus, it is really shocking to see how much a kid walks in one day. Your mouth will drop.

GeoPalz offers a unique product that is designed to get our kids up and active with a simple strategy of "Walk to Win!” Children are able to register their GeoPalz activity tracker on the GeoPalz website, which allows them to log their steps. When they log their steps they are able to save them up. They then can turn them in for free activity based prized. As parents we are also able to keep track of our children’s activity. This is great for kids ages 5 and up. I do feel that younger kids that are really active would love this too.

Banished to Boarding School

Banished to Boarding School
Experience the Heartbreak and Humor When the Academy Award® and Golden Globe® Winner Comes to Blu-ray Combo Pack and DVD March 13

During the film, we find out that Alex, the oldest King daughter, has been sent away to boarding school for acting out - but she sure isn't the first difficult child that has been banished to boarding school on film! This Top 10 list will illustrate some other films where boarding school plays a role in the plot, including Flirting, Rushmore and Dead Poet's Society.

Based on the best-selling novel by Kaui Hart Hemmings and set in Hawaii, THE DESCENDANTS is a sometimes humorous, sometimes tragic journey for Matt King (George Clooney) an indifferent husband and father of two girls, who is forced to re-examine his past and embrace his future when his wife suffers a boating accident off of Waikiki. The event leads to a rapprochement with his young daughters while Matt wrestles with a decision to sell the family’s land handed down from Hawaiian royalty and missionaries.