Washing your face in water with pH of 5.5 is said to be a new trend but for Kangen water users it is old news but great news. Instead of buying expensive molecular water that in some cases are around $70 a bottle, this pH 5.5 level is just one of the pH levels of water the Kangen water machine can produce.
‘Dermatologists say that water that is slightly acidic pH of 5.5 is the same pH of our skin . When you use tap water it is usually about a pH of 7 which can disrupt the skins outermost layer leading to dryness and irritation. The pH level of 5.5 helps break up dirt and oil in clogged pores.’
Don’t buy Giorgio Armani Beauty
Try Essie and Maybelline. All three brands are made by L’Oreal Paris. High end cosmetic companies also make affordable brands, so you can save money without sacrificing quality. Procter & Gamble, for instance owns Gucci and Dolce &Gabbana, along with Olay and Covergirl. The company that makes Ultra-pricey La Prairie also sells Nivea and Eucerin.
Don’t Dump That Old iPhone
Sell it. First generation iPhones that sold for $599 in 2007 are now collectables and if in mint condition are worth big bucks. The recent asking price on eBay for an 8GB iPhone in its original packaging was $10,000
Thousands of e-books can be downloaded for free to your Kindle, iPad, smartphone or other device through Project Gutenberg or , if you have a library card, via Overdrive
You don’t have to buy a thumb drive again.
Dropbox is a free service that gives you online store to share files and sync your files online. That way you don’t need a thumb drive to transfer information from computer to computer.