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I just got my Bissell today and tried it out on my VERY dirty kitchen floor (vinyl). We are remodeling the house at the moment and everything gets tracked through the kitchen, on top of the normal dirt and grim a kitchen floor collects. I did the vac/steam together and on the first pass, the floor was 90% clean (all loose dirt was picked up and most of the stuck on grime was picked up by the steam mop). I only needed to do a second pass just with the steam mop just because my floor was THAT dirty. The pad from my first pass was just caked with dirt, the pad from the 2nd pass (which left my floor very clean) had more clean spots than dirty. On a normal dirty floor I think one pass would have cleaned it perfectly.
On page 342, i found my birthdate, 021078, while on page 134 i found my first address, 1390. My age, 34 occurs over 120 times, including on the FIRST PAGE, and the last 4 digits of my telephone number, 5692 are on page 5. My father was born in 1943, which is a combination of digits that is repeated constantly throughout this book. My girlfriend is 4 years younger than me, and the number 4 occurs THOUSANDS of times in this book.
I bought this from a friend who has gotten into the Jeunesse distributor business. The reason I'm writing a review here is because I always check Amazon reviews before buying something, so I hope my review will help someone else. I've done some research on the product and I can't find anything contrary to what the company says, that this is based on findings from scientific research on stem cells. The marketing materials include testimonials from doctors that seem to exist and to be associated with this research. I haven't looked up their actual publications, though. In any case, one study carried out and published by Jeunesse indicated that, from about 86 women tested, this product did not work for about 20% of them. I seem to be in this category. I have been using the serum for over a month, day and night, without fail. I have even increased the amount I apply to my face, neck and decolletage, in case I wasn't using enough the first two weeks. I am a young-looking (according to friends and acquaintances), 41-year-old, East Indian female. I have decent skin, but over the years I have developed small wrinkles around my eyes and mouth, faded sun spots and acne scars, and my neck and chest also have fine wrinkles. I have been evaluating about three separate "problem" areas to see if there has been any change, and I do not see any. Furthermore, no one I interact with has said that I look "different" or that my skin is glowing, whereas when I did botox injections between my eyebrows, the reaction was immediate from friends and family that I looked younger and well-rested (and they didn't know about the botox). So, although none of this is very scientific, that is my assessment of the serum: that it did not work for me and is not worth the cost compared to other products that I have used to keep my skin healthy and young-looking. In my opinion, eating healthy, exercising and drinking lots of water, and hot yoga, has a better result on my skin than any product I have tried. This is based on the fact that when I was doing all of those things, that's when people would tell me how beautiful my skin was. So I'm trying to get back to that routine after falling into bad habits this last year, and it will probably cost a lot less than this serum. Hope this helps!
Owen--Book One of the Tutor Trilogy was an interesting introduction to the little known first Tudor. I found this an entertaining read about a character about which I knew absolutely. My next step will be to buy Book Two.