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"sunless tanning" Discussed on Forever35

Forever35

12:20 min | 4 months ago

"sunless tanning" Discussed on Forever35

"We are going to kick things off talking about butts. We are talking butts because the but mask conversation will not die in fact it just keeps going and going no and in fact as I texted you the other day. Kesse has been doing but masks in lockdown and. She has her boyfriend. Apply the mask which takes a lot more sense. I'm not sure when I did this. Which cash did the button mask that I did? Oh Okay I didn't realize that I believe it was the same but sheet mask and applying it yourself really makes no sense and I also did it while standing and sitting in a chair and I believe she like lays on a bed and her partner puts the mask on her but that clearly is the way to do it. I'm not sure why my brain did not figure that out. But here's another another good suggestion that a listener has shared with us. They write on the topic of but masks. I am sometimes prone to Button Aka but acne especially during the summer when temps are hotter and I am actively waxing. I have been known on occasion to use a detox mask on my bum to prevent this irritating and embarrassing condition. Not a sheet mask however as I can see the logistical challenges with using one even specifically geared to be used on the bum. But I can attest that using a face mask on your bomb works in the same way. Does when you use one on your face. My go-to is the cowardly instant. Detox mask but masks forever. Wow well this just changed things for me. I mean have you ever thought about using a face mask and you're never me neither and I get but everyone gets but I mean I don't know what your but knee is like listener. I don't WANNA presume I've experienced it but like I get the occasional but pimple sure I've always just been like well I guess you live there now. I never thought about treating it so very interesting. Yeah I I like all these suggestions moving on to a different topic that but one we have not discussed. I don't think no over on for over thirty five sunless tanner cousin. That was the tide. The subject of the email. This listener writes to us. I just came to the starting realization that there is a crucial part of skin care. We have not dove into yet. Sunless tanners exclamation point times three. I have more time than usual during the self isolation and since I won't be visiting a beach anytime soon. I'm wiping out the self tanners. For a little pep. I would love to hear some wrecks of easy to use an effective self tanners or an inhouse comparison tests. I've had good luck with tart tanner's but I am trying out I'll of paradise and will report back curious to hear what others are using out there. I'm curious to. I'm curious to because I don't use anything like this I don't either and actually I'm incorrect. I believe the title of this email. Referenced Bronze Irs and so it made me think about like what we may be putting on our sheikhs but that in our face but then I believe they're also talking about like all over Sunless Tanning. Yeah. I think they are now. Has Tanning ever been a thing for you later? Channing have you ever like bought the Juergens on okay back in the day. I mean. We're probably talking like DOTS. I feel like everyone was using that. Jergens sunless tanner. I would use it. I felt like it always looks sort of streaky on me So I I was never a huge sunless. Tanner person how about you. I also went through a phase of putting that jerk stuff all over my body but I have never gotten a spray Tan. I've always wanted to but I just have never gotten around to it. I don't even know where to begin to spray tans in my life one I got in the early to mid odds before a friend and I were going on a trip to Atlantic City when I lived in Philadelphia and I loved the Spray Tan like. I thought it was amazing and I was also like Oh. This is what it would be like to be. Tam like this. This is fun. Didn't get another one for probably ten years or so. And then when I was at buzzfeed someone else was doing in article about spray tans and they got like a spray tanner to the stars to come in and they asked if anyone wanted to get a spray tan and I volunteered and it looked so bad. It looks horrendous. Oh my it was way too dark. Okay I looked. I didn't look like myself like I felt like maybe over the years. I have now romanticize this original spray Tan but I felt like what was great about my original Spray Tan. Back in two thousand and four. Was that it. I still like looked like myself and this was just like what has happened. Look Tan mom remember Tan mom. Oh remember Tan mom. I'm like fully up on Tan. Mom what she doing now. I mean she's like releasing songs and occasionally appearing on the Howard Stern show it good for her? She's still so Tan. I believe she is. Okay but yes. I do remember Tan mom yet so that was my last experience and I was just like what no so. We didn't get a spray Tan. Like for your wedding. No I didn't okay. Okay I mean. I know a lot of people do that but I was just like nervous that it wasn't going to turn out well and then you're like stuck. This is my fear. This is why I have never done it and I. I also like for example. I used to wear the steel. Bronze are as like my blush. Even owned blush. That was just what I use it. I really liked it but now I get confused over the way. Bronze is USED TO CONTOUR Like I feel like I feel like the the way we use. Makeup is evolving. And I'm still in like two thousand and four and so I don't quite have a sense of what I would do with it. Like I did. Watch him Kardashians like basic makeup routine video and then I tried to emulate at home and it looked like I tried to make a three on my face with some bronze and looked very stupid. Like I don't St- I'm still not good at countering although maybe I should take Contra Zoom cloud. We didn't. We discussed that. We were going to learn how to contour during yes. I've watched this video and I was like this was like her own doing contour herself. So I thought I could at least figure it out as opposed to a makeup artist. I couldn't I had no idea what was happening. So there you go so anyway this is. This is a spot where we would love some listener feedback. Yeah we would love to tell us. What are you doing this? For Sunless Tanning are you doing? It is still a thing. What do you like? What don't you like tell us because I would. I am totally game to get a bunch of stuff and try it out for the sake of the pod I just. I'm not sure where to begin. So I'm ready okay. Great I'm ready to experiment okay. Story I think you've gotta read this this so I'm happy to I've been reflecting lately on the act of journaling and I think you two are the perfect people to reflect with me on this. When I was a child I used to try to keep a diary as documentation of my life growing up in the nineties with Nickelodeon. I was inspired by the movie. Harriet the spy and wanted to have the dedication that Michelle Trachtenberg character had with her writings however I was never very disciplined by. Diaries were sporadic. And I judge myself harshly for that in my mid twenties. I hit a rough patch in my life and my other wonderful sister. Hope Gifted me a journal to help me work through anxieties. Something clicked and I stopped writing for posterity or documentation. I started writing to get things out of my head. I stop worrying about continuity I would mention people places or events without preamble for my quote audience in fact I began my journals things that I would never even myself read again often because I assumed it would be too painful to revisit them. Journaling has been a great way for me to clear the junk out of my head now that we are in this unique time in history. And I'm expecting my first child that I should be. Writing for an audience has crept in again. I have the urge to think more of my writings as documentation that will be meaningful to someone else at some point. I'm definitely not a dance. Like no one is watching kind of person and this perspective is stifling. Dory I know you've been dabbling with generally more lately and since we're both writers. I'm so curious to hear what you think of on this question of audience for journaling. Do you write for no one like I prefer or for future you for your children or historians. I would love to hear from other listeners as well. Well well who do you? Who Do you write in your journal? Forgery? I think I write for future me I think I do too. I feel like writing for no one. I I kind of doing that. 'cause I'm not really thinking about the intended reader right but ultimately the intended reader is going to be future. Yeah hopeful and I say that as someone who still has kept journals pretty much through through college inconsistently but I have journals through college And I do enjoy a kate like not all the time but like occasionally I have gone back and looked through the journals and it like it is really wild to look through them and read them like re not just read about your your state of mind but like what you were doing and who you're hanging out with and I don't know I like I just find I find it really interesting but I also you know I like history and I like documents and so does obviously find interesting too. Yeah I you know when. My My parents gave me a journal the Christmas while I was living at home when my mom had pancreatic cancer and so I have a journal that kind of starts about three months before my mom died and it is really because that time in my life is so fraught and I don't remember anything from it. It is actually really moving to go back and read it and it's also very hard and miserable but it is really interesting to just see what my state of mind was during that time and I also have kept journals on and off my whole life. I mean I do think you do have to be prepared for if you are no longer around someone else reading it. You know like that is a reality that could happen. Have I ever told you about how I accidentally left my journal at? Someone's house and then they had it for a whole summer. No I don't think so. Yeah yeah I left it a guy that I dated for like four weeks in college. I actually left my journal this is. It was all about how I hated him and then he gave it back to me eventually and then like at one point. He got drunk apologized to me. Tell me the story. It's such a great story. Oh it's so humiliating so like you just never know you might leave your journal at a guy's house you made out with a couple of times when you're nineteen and he's probably GonNa read it. So what an interesting now..

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Bronzers and Journals

Forever35

09:31 min | 4 months ago

Bronzers and Journals

"Moving on to a different topic that but one we have not discussed. I don't think no over on for over thirty five sunless tanner cousin. That was the tide. The subject of the email. This listener writes to us. I just came to the starting realization that there is a crucial part of skin care. We have not dove into yet. Sunless tanners exclamation point times three. I have more time than usual during the self isolation and since I won't be visiting a beach anytime soon. I'm wiping out the self tanners. For a little pep. I would love to hear some wrecks of easy to use an effective self tanners or an inhouse comparison tests. I've had good luck with tart tanner's but I am trying out I'll of paradise and will report back curious to hear what others are using out there. I'm curious to. I'm curious to because I don't use anything like this I don't either and actually I'm incorrect. I believe the title of this email. Referenced Bronze Irs and so it made me think about like what we may be putting on our sheikhs but that in our face but then I believe they're also talking about like all over Sunless Tanning. Yeah. I think they are now. Has Tanning ever been a thing for you later? Channing have you ever like bought the Juergens on okay back in the day. I mean. We're probably talking like DOTS. I feel like everyone was using that. Jergens sunless tanner. I would use it. I felt like it always looks sort of streaky on me So I I was never a huge sunless. Tanner person how about you. I also went through a phase of putting that jerk stuff all over my body but I have never gotten a spray Tan. I've always wanted to but I just have never gotten around to it. I don't even know where to begin to spray tans in my life one I got in the early to mid odds before a friend and I were going on a trip to Atlantic City when I lived in Philadelphia and I loved the Spray Tan like. I thought it was amazing and I was also like Oh. This is what it would be like to be. Tam like this. This is fun. Didn't get another one for probably ten years or so. And then when I was at buzzfeed someone else was doing in article about spray tans and they got like a spray tanner to the stars to come in and they asked if anyone wanted to get a spray tan and I volunteered and it looked so bad. It looks horrendous. Oh my it was way too dark. Okay I looked. I didn't look like myself like I felt like maybe over the years. I have now romanticize this original spray Tan but I felt like what was great about my original Spray Tan. Back in two thousand and four. Was that it. I still like looked like myself and this was just like what has happened. Look Tan mom remember Tan mom. Oh remember Tan mom. I'm like fully up on Tan. Mom what she doing now. I mean she's like releasing songs and occasionally appearing on the Howard Stern show it good for her? She's still so Tan. I believe she is. Okay but yes. I do remember Tan mom yet so that was my last experience and I was just like what no so. We didn't get a spray Tan. Like for your wedding. No I didn't okay. Okay I mean. I know a lot of people do that but I was just like nervous that it wasn't going to turn out well and then you're like stuck. This is my fear. This is why I have never done it and I. I also like for example. I used to wear the steel. Bronze are as like my blush. Even owned blush. That was just what I use it. I really liked it but now I get confused over the way. Bronze is USED TO CONTOUR Like I feel like I feel like the the way we use. Makeup is evolving. And I'm still in like two thousand and four and so I don't quite have a sense of what I would do with it. Like I did. Watch him Kardashians like basic makeup routine video and then I tried to emulate at home and it looked like I tried to make a three on my face with some bronze and looked very stupid. Like I don't St- I'm still not good at countering although maybe I should take Contra Zoom cloud. We didn't. We discussed that. We were going to learn how to contour during yes. I've watched this video and I was like this was like her own doing contour herself. So I thought I could at least figure it out as opposed to a makeup artist. I couldn't I had no idea what was happening. So there you go so anyway this is. This is a spot where we would love some listener feedback. Yeah we would love to tell us. What are you doing this? For Sunless Tanning are you doing? It is still a thing. What do you like? What don't you like tell us because I would. I am totally game to get a bunch of stuff and try it out for the sake of the pod I just. I'm not sure where to begin. So I'm ready okay. Great I'm ready to experiment okay. Story I think you've gotta read this this so I'm happy to I've been reflecting lately on the act of journaling and I think you two are the perfect people to reflect with me on this. When I was a child I used to try to keep a diary as documentation of my life growing up in the nineties with Nickelodeon. I was inspired by the movie. Harriet the spy and wanted to have the dedication that Michelle Trachtenberg character had with her writings however I was never very disciplined by. Diaries were sporadic. And I judge myself harshly for that in my mid twenties. I hit a rough patch in my life and my other wonderful sister. Hope Gifted me a journal to help me work through anxieties. Something clicked and I stopped writing for posterity or documentation. I started writing to get things out of my head. I stop worrying about continuity I would mention people places or events without preamble for my quote audience in fact I began my journals things that I would never even myself read again often because I assumed it would be too painful to revisit them. Journaling has been a great way for me to clear the junk out of my head now that we are in this unique time in history. And I'm expecting my first child that I should be. Writing for an audience has crept in again. I have the urge to think more of my writings as documentation that will be meaningful to someone else at some point. I'm definitely not a dance. Like no one is watching kind of person and this perspective is stifling. Dory I know you've been dabbling with generally more lately and since we're both writers. I'm so curious to hear what you think of on this question of audience for journaling. Do you write for no one like I prefer or for future you for your children or historians. I would love to hear from other listeners as well. Well well who do you? Who Do you write in your journal? Forgery? I think I write for future me I think I do too. I feel like writing for no one. I I kind of doing that. 'cause I'm not really thinking about the intended reader right but ultimately the intended reader is going to be future. Yeah hopeful and I say that as someone who still has kept journals pretty much through through college inconsistently but I have journals through college And I do enjoy a kate like not all the time but like occasionally I have gone back and looked through the journals and it like it is really wild to look through them and read them like re not just read about your your state of mind but like what you were doing and who you're hanging out with and I don't know I like I just find I find it really interesting but I also you know I like history and I like documents and so does obviously find interesting too. Yeah I you know when. My My parents gave me a journal the Christmas while I was living at home when my mom had pancreatic cancer and so I have a journal that kind of starts about three months before my mom died and it is really because that time in my life is so fraught and I don't remember anything from it. It is actually really moving to go back and read it and it's also very hard and miserable but it is really interesting to just see what my state of mind was during that time and I also have kept journals on and off my whole life. I mean I do think you do have to be prepared for if you are no longer around someone else reading it. You know like that is a reality that could happen.

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"sunless tanning" Discussed on 4 Things with Amy Brown

4 Things with Amy Brown

06:04 min | 5 months ago

"sunless tanning" Discussed on 4 Things with Amy Brown

"W M Z Q in Washington DC or wherever the rotates you on the iheartradio APP. Okay happy Tuesday everybody. You're having a good one a big thank you to a lot of you that are listening to outweigh which is by new Saturday series. It's Uploads on Saturday just for the month of April though and it's about eating disorders disordered eating and got a lot of good feedback from Saturday's episode. Which was episode two. So if you haven't subscribe to the podcast but somehow you're listening to these. Qna's or maybe Thursdays. Four things episodes subscribes that way on Saturday. That loads up for you and not that you might. You might not even have a history with any sort of disordered eating but maybe someone in your life does. It'd be good for you to understand. Maybe what they're going through. Or maybe you could share the podcast with them but it lives right here under four things with Amy Brown and then also I wanna make sure you'll know that's where you send questions for this queue in a segment on Tuesdays. Four things with Amy Brown at g mail DOT COM and. That's where I pulled these questions that we're about to go over my husband been is here. What up and on Tuesdays are also starting off with quotes and this one I got from our four things gratitude journal. It's actually the very first quote we included. We included several quotes throughout the Journal. That way you felt encouraged as you're going through practicing gratitude but the very first one we put in there is from Willie Nelson and the quote is when I started counting my blessings. My whole life turned around so there are positive things that come from expressing gratitude and sitting down and thinking about what you're thankful for and we've been doing with our families since we're a family of four for four things gratitude. We just each around and say one thing and sometimes Stevenson will write them down maybe in the journal or in his little notebook which you can practice for things gratitude whether you have our journal or not you can do. It verbally can do it in your phone. You could do it at any all notebook but we go around and typically when eating dinner and everyone has to say one thing that they were thankful for during the day. It's challenging because we say that like no answers like the wrong answer. But did they say grilled corn every night? Then we like you got you got it. We're having corn but like let's broaden it out lake or slightly obsessed with grilled corn right now. I don't know what it's only because I'm a girl master I. It is because we're home a lot more in the weather's getting better and you're busting up and it is. It's good it's good. It's good grill. Outs are good for the soul. So I recommend during. I don't know what the weather is like with. Your social isolation is valid. I if I make up my own words here you'll learn that about me but during social isolation think of ways you can do family stuff like grilling out. Put a big on our back porch. We don't really have a table out there to eat. So we put a big old blanket down and had Grillo picnic and the kids loved it and then laid on our backs and looked at the clouds and the kids picked out shapes and that was a lot of fun so for us. It was like a little family date night but we didn't have to leave the house Okay you want to get started with questions. First one is from Jessica. Hey at some point. You mentioned your Go-to no color in brand. I believe it's neutral white. Do you mind sharing that again. Yes it is. Opie I funny bunny and I'm obsessed with it. It's still on my nails from my manicure. I Dunno like six weeks ago which got GEL. So it's totally growing out. But they sell it in non Gel so you can just order it online or if you happen to be going to a drug store or something like that be safe. When you're out and about you could probably pick it up their opiate. Funny Bunny. What's your favorite color Clear glaze. I don't know your nails are looking guys get donuts. Oh donuts glazed on good. I've been working in the dirt dirt under MONOSSO. I know but I know that biting your nails is something. You've really been working hard on because he can touch your face so you can't especially with corona virus. It's really helped you stop and I just wanted to acknowledge that I've noticed that I'm proud of you. Start trimming them and yes and be proud of the dirt under nails because we've also been gardening while we've been home another thing that's been awesome. Are Kids planted some Cilantro and little banana peppers? And then we got plans for the front yard. And that's been another family bonding thing potted some ferns. It really does spruce things up. It's not that hard either. Just a little. GotTa get your hands dirty next question. Or this is from amy in Wisconsin. Hi Amy do you. Still Tanning drops for your face is so what brand any helpful. Tips would help appreciate it would be helpful with a warm weather upon us. Okay yeah I know warmer weather but we're not leaving your house so to me. I haven't been really tainting that much at all but I do love. James Reads H. Two O. Tan missed. I had that all my Amazon page but it is sold out but you might be able to find it on other websites so I'll let you know that that's my favorite. But I just ordered myself because I saw my friend Madison Post about it and it's called. Tan SUIT EQUALS FACIAL SELF. Tanner and it's self tanning lotion for your face. It says it gives a natural long-lasting Sunless Tan. It's a fresh coconut sent. It won't clog pores or cause acne full disclosure. I just ordered. It just came in the mail so I haven't even tried it out yet but I trust my friend Madison a lot so I went ahead and added it to my Amazon page because I will be trying it out in the next week or so. I'll keep you posted but.

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"sunless tanning" Discussed on KTOK

KTOK

10:24 min | 6 months ago

"sunless tanning" Discussed on KTOK

"Now we return to the guest host Todd Herman Ave E. IP network all I really appreciate the opportunity to be here the notes to rush you can go to Rush Limbaugh dot com upper left hand side of the website there's a special notes to rush section I've heard mark Steyn who knows Russia really well express how much that means to the maw so if you have opportunity that appreciated on Twitter somebody said this to me I felt really bad but then I look at our profile she's notes here that are rich meadows a Rhodes scholar so I feel less bad now based on the first two segments of the show we talked about we can protect the most vulnerable Americans vulnerable to the Wuhan flew we could protect them and we can get young people back to work and we can build a herd immunity to make the nation safer and we can see the economy at that meeting I'm not an epidemiologist or doctor so Vicky rights so death I'm upset her so death panels are good now you like to quarantine senior citizens the modern Republican Party has no dignity wait we're shutting down entire states Vicki I'm talking about caring for people so they don't get the disease and so that the nation doesn't crumble into economic growth it's incredible you have the same leftists who will talk all day long about income inequality we need a three hundred and thirty five thousand dollar minimum wage and certainly just to spend the money the new economic policy new money theory let's just spend it and then then we'll figure out how to pay for just write the check they're the same people who say wait everybody needs free phones the same people who say you should be able to compel someone to do something for you in terms of healthcare because we should be able to compare like gonna compelled labor and then they look at a situation like this but all the sudden they want to call it death panels what we're really talking about we're talking about keeping people safe in a way that keeps the economy going because the economy is what raises people from poverty it's also that what's gonna have to pay for this you know what to twenty two trillion dollars that's going to go up to twenty four trillion we got two hundred twenty trillion dollars unfunded liabilities one day that checks going to come do so I spent the weekend reading about reading these medical papers I heard commonalities herd immunity is a good thing and there are three classes of patients we should be able to treat these three clashes a pay I'm classes of patients differently rather than trying to treat them the same have economic benefit and health benefit Martin from Cadillac Michigan joins us Martin you're on the R. Rush Limbaugh program is taught her many filling appreciate you calling a doctor Martin thank you thank you Todd and full disclosure I'm an allergist and clinical immunologist just speaking to your point I'm gonna speak from a medical perspective not a political one the containment failed the mitigation has failed the virus is here and it's all hands on deck it's herd immunity time you know the vast majority of patients that we are testing these are only the high risk patients because we don't have enough test kit coming back negative what is that telling us that that's telling us that these people mute if we look at the Italian data under the age of thirty zero percent risk of death I'm really concerned of how many suicides drug overdoses and other fallouts we're gonna hang out with this thing if we continue to keep the country shut down we need to continue to build up our hospitals and clinics to deal with this if I'm not taking this virus lightly at all but if we don't have the infrastructure what's going to happen the next time this happens what's going to happen with our missing other patients who have influenza we have heart attacks will all communicate about this coronavirus we need to we need to like you said we need to look at these patients and stop generalizing and stark individualizing and that will be the way we overcome that the elderly their target because your new systems wine over time so let me ask you this question Dr in Martin's with this cat like Michigan do I correctly understand herd immunity that when a number of us that say it's sixty percent of us have had the virus some of us is gotten sick it's been painful it's the flu I'm others have not even felt it that once that's happened we built up antibodies it's my understanding then that societally be it the disease has cure places to land in it hastens the death of the virus it makes it it makes it harder for the virus to live in our country is that correct absolutely herd immunity if the dead end for the virus he tells the virus you have nowhere to go you get exposed to the virus who are immune to it kill it off before the virus can reproduce in their bodies and they cough it out okay that's it this is this is why I I knew doctor that I was uncomfortable with this approach and then I read and I read it read it and tell us that these commonalities I think god has plans for us and we don't need to get all the religious or intelligent design etcetera but I think I okay on the gap thing all right that's good let's be together in that and what a gift that you called I appreciate it and L. thanks for being on the front lines of this is that I'll just never the Melges I know you are thanks for calling Russia show Martin appreciate you very much god speed thank you this is this is what is it did you have a sense that waits wait wait wait what are we doing that and and look at another day and then you said okay I'm learning about herd immunity so let me give you another example sometimes firefighters fight fire with fire I know we're human beings I never get a burning the bigs I know New York is a separate case I know Los Angeles is blown up it's a hot zone they need to be treated separately but when firefighters sometimes blowing down the fuel you know for the for the fire were tender or they try to put a natural barrier in its way like a river or a lake they're taking advantage of what nature has we have heard munity it seems to me that people who are who've been you know their entire careers has been about disease response I hate to say it this way but they've normalized the idea shut the country down they've normalized it in in any executive team you have to have a unity asking you do you have to have people who are let's see product people and product safety people case in point one of the things Boeing did that was a mistake is they disempowered their quality control people they made them less powerful than the product people henceforth you ended up with these flawed airplanes the president is doing the right thing he has a team of people some doing it from epidemiologic respected some viewing it from the perspective of the economy which is health mental and otherwise the president has to walk the balance that's what a CEO does Karen from lake ville Missouri you're on the Rush Limbaugh program Starman filling in I don't know it's is it Lakeville like feel want to bring failed thank you hi Karen welcome to Russia thank you go ahead and I just was thinking this morning talking to my youngest son and I just I have buried a sunless tan Manasseh his twin brother and I we revive cannot appear although he advancement have another child and the grandkids attachment they're in a very worried about him but I was talking to my understanding and you know what we do all these young people out in our wars and how many have died for us for what we have and I'm willing and the elderly person to help try to get this back on track we can't do this and I'm so thankful I have a business here very small business and it has done well and we're still working but I'm scared they're going to shut this down construction shut down and you know we can survive because we're helping local business and provide insurance for my employees we pay at all we fund our health savings and if I can avoid going to say that the small business can do this why can't other businesses do it because I don't I have more than I ever dreamed up that I don't live you know like movie stars yeah Mike and my son even said in this just made me cut he's My Baby is thirty nine million children he said mom I'm going to die that's what it takes to get this economy we gotta go to work equity in able and I don't like any of that bailing people out I have family and friends they're taking advantage of disability and Medicaid yup I feel like a whole government isn't willing to work yeah yeah I hear in your voice the commitments of a born free American woman saying that we're going to take these risks we take in war you've lost a son he revived another I hear the pride and I hear the love and I think we can walk this line you're doing it your small business I believe are great enough nation that we can walk this line between protecting the vulnerable and also moving this country forward because our economy is our health at the end of the day or the end of a period of time a quarter two weeks a month we don't know thank god with you appreciate you calling Russian show bless you and your family and thanks again I call call Russia show again but I'm not because I can't drive I can't get permission to call mark but god bless you Karen thank you very very much it thank you so what was it John Mellencamp is up he's a leftist like his music did he say something about ain't that America I know you meant it sarcastically I don't I don't mean it sarcastically dats America coming up in our summer program next hour Tom cotton the senator's gonna join us to talk about what the Democrats are trying to shove into this relief bill when we come back I want to talk about DC what they're doing in this bill in the dark at this bill in the words of this bill and this is the act of theft that Nancy Pelosi and by the way some Republicans not quite the same engaging I want to talk about that in some ways to prevent that as we continue to rebuild or keep the Republic rolling as she should stop Herman infer Rush Limbaugh on the album that we were listening to the EIB network radio I ordered in.

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"sunless tanning" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

10:44 min | 6 months ago

"sunless tanning" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"Who knows Russia really well express how much that means to the mall ha so if you have opportunity that appreciated on Twitter somebody said this to me I felt really bad but then I look at our profile is that she's notes here that are rich meadows a Rhodes scholar so I feel less bad now based on the first two segments of the show we talked about we can protect the most vulnerable Americans vulnerable to the Wuhan flew we could protect them and we can get young people back to work and we can build a herd immunity to make the nation safer and we can see the economy added meaning I'm not an epidemiologist or doctor so Vicky rights so death I'm upset her what cell death panels are good now you like to quarantine senior citizens the modern Republican Party has no dignity wait we're shutting down entire states Vicki I'm talking about caring for people so they don't get the disease and so that the nation doesn't crumble into economic growth it's incredible you have the same leftists who will talk all day long about income inequality we need a three hundred and thirty five thousand dollar minimum wage and certainly just to spend the money this is a new economic policy new money theory let's just spend that's and then then we'll figure out how to pay for just write the check they're the same people who say wait everybody needs free phones the same people who say you should be able to compel someone to do something for you in terms of healthcare because we should be able to compare like go compelled labor and then they look at a situation like this but all the sudden they want to call it death panels what we're really talking about we're talking about keeping people safe in a way that keeps the economy going because the economy is what raises people from poverty it's also that what's gonna have to pay for this you know what to twenty two trillion dollars that's going to go up to twenty four trillion we got two hundred twenty trillion dollars in unfunded liabilities one day that checks going to come do so I spent the weekend reading about reading these medical papers I heard commonalities herd immunity is a good thing and there are three classes of patients we should be able to treat these three clashes of pay I'm classes of patients differently rather than trying to treat them the same have economic benefits health benefit Martin from Cadillac Michigan joins us Martin you're on the R. Rush Limbaugh program is taught her many filling appreciate you calling a doctor Martin thank you thank you Todd and full disclosure I'm an allergist and clinical immunologist just speaking to your point I'm gonna speak from a medical perspective not a political one the containment failed the mitigation has failed the virus is here and it's all hands on deck it's heard in unity time you know the vast majority of patients that we are testing these are only the high risk patients because we don't have enough test kit they're coming back negative what is that telling us that that's telling us that these people noon if we look at the Italian data under the age of thirty zero percent risk of death I'm really concerned how many suicides drug overdoses and other fallouts we're gonna hang out with this thing if we continue to keep the country shut down we need to continue to build up our hospitals and clinics to deal with this if I'm not taking this virus lightly at all but if we don't have the infrastructure what's going to happen the next time this happens what's going to happen with us missing other patients with influenza we have heart attacks were all TNX about this coronavirus we need to we need to like you said we need to look at these patients and stop generalizing and stark individualizing and that will be the way we overcome that the elderly their target because you're a new systems wine over time so let me ask you this question Dr it Martin with his cat like Michigan do I correctly understand herd immunity that when a number of us that say it's sixty percent of us have had the virus some of us is gotten sick it's been painful it's the flu others have not even felt it that once that's happened we've built up antibodies it's my understanding that that societally be it the disease has fewer places to land in it hastens the death of the virus it makes it it makes it harder for the virus to live in our country is that correct absolutely herd immunity it's a dead end for the virus I mean and he tells the virus you have nowhere to go get exposed to the virus who are immune to it kill it off before the virus can reproduce in their bodies and they cough it out okay that seems this is this is why I I knew doctor that I was uncomfortable with this approach and then I read and I read it read it and tell us that these commonalities I think god has plans for us and we don't need to get all the religious or intelligent design etcetera but I think I okay on the gap thing all right that's good let's be together in that and what a gift that you called I appreciate it and L. thanks for being on the front lines of this is it al just never the Melges I know you are thanks for calling Russia show Martin proceed you very much god speed hope you this is what is it did you have a sense that waits wait wait wait what are we doing that and and look at another day and then you said okay I'm learning about herd immunity so let me give you another example sometimes firefighters fight fire with fire I know we're human beings I never got a burning dates I know New York is a separate case I know Los Angeles as warm up it's a hot zone they need to be treated separately but when firefighters sometimes blowing down the fuel you know for the for the fire were tender or they try to put a natural barrier in its way like a river or a lake they're taking advantage of what nature has we have heard munity it seems to me that people who are who have been you know their entire careers has been about disease response I hate to say it this way but they've normalized the idea shut the country down they've normalized it in in any executive team you have to have a unity and you do have to have people who are let's see product people and product safety people case in point one of the things Boeing did that was a mistake is the disempowered their quality control people they made them less powerful than the product people henceforth you ended up with these flawed airplanes the president is doing the right thing he has a team of people some doing it from epidemiologic perspective some viewing it from the perspective of the economy which is health mental and otherwise the president has to walk the balance that's what a CEO does Karen from lake ville Missouri you're on the Rush Limbaugh program started filling in I don't know it's is it Lakeville like bill brink built bring field hi Karen welcome to Russia thank you go ahead and I just was thinking this morning talking to my youngest son and I just I have buried a sunless tan Manasseh his twin brother and I we revive cannon I live here also he advancement have another child they have no grandkids with admin they're in a very worried about him that's talking to my understanding and you know what we do all these young people out in our wars and how many have died for us for what we have if they are willing and the elderly person to help try to get this back on track we can't do this and I'm so thankful I have a business here very small business and it has done well and we're still working but I'm scared they're going to shut this down construction shut down and you know we can survive because we're healthy little business and provide insurance for my employees we pay at all we fund our health savings and if I was going to say that I think is a small business can do this why can't other businesses do it because I don't I have more than I ever dreamed up that I don't live you know like movie stars yeah Mike and my son even said in this just made me cut he's My Baby is thirty nine you know when you have children he said mom I'm going to die that's what it takes to get this economy we've got to go to work and quit in able and I don't like any of that bailing people and I have family and friends they're taking advantage of disability and Medicaid I feel like a whole government isn't enabling work yeah yeah I hear in your voice the commitments of a born free American woman saying that we're going to take these risks we take in a war you've lost a son he revived another I hear the pride and I hear the love and I think we can walk this line you're doing it your small business I believe are great enough nation that we can walk this line between protecting the vulnerable and also moving this country forward because our economy is our health at the end of the day or the end of a period of time a quarter two weeks a month we don't know thank god with you appreciate you calling Russian show bless you and your family and thanks again I call call Russia show get Mamat as I can't and I can't get permission to call mark but god bless you Karen thank you very very much it thank you so what was it John Mellencamp who's up he's a leftist like his music did he say something about it that America I know I made it sarcastically I don't I don't mean it sarcastically that's America coming up in our summer program next hour Tom cotton the senator's gonna join us to talk about what the Democrats are trying to shove into this relief bill when we come back I want to talk about DC what they're doing in this bill in the dark at this bill in the words of this bill and this is the act of faith that Nancy Pelosi and by the way some Republicans not quite the same engaging I want to talk about that in some ways to prevent that as we continue to rebuild or keep the Republic rolling as she should stop Herman info Rush Limbaugh on the album that you were listening to the EIB network you're listening to Rush Limbaugh on talk radio five sixty hi this is Steve all investor insights was the full chief investment officer Michael o'keefe well Michael another volatile day but then that's really kind of the norm lately isn't it yes the times yesterday stocks were down as low as five percent or so but then ended the day off about three percent the S. and P. five hundred fell two point nine percent the Dow Jones total market index down two point eight percent volatility from cove in nineteen two forces pushed on the market yesterday first a positive the federal reserve announced an expanded intervention to help stabilize markets they provided more lending facilities making it easier for small businesses to get loans in our increasingly stepping in to buy bonds to help stabilize.

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"sunless tanning" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

KMOX News Radio 1120

10:24 min | 6 months ago

"sunless tanning" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

"Host Todd Herman hi fi network all I really appreciate the opportunity to be here the notes to rush you can go to Rush Limbaugh dot com upper left hand side of the website there's a special notes to rush section I've heard mark Steyn who knows Russia really well express how much that means to the maw so if you have opportunity that appreciated on Twitter somebody said this to me I felt really bad but then I look at our profile she's notes here that are rich meadows a Rhodes scholar so I feel less bad now based on the first two segments of the show we talked about we can protect the most vulnerable Americans vulnerable to the Wuhan flew we could protect them and we can get young people back to work and we can build a herd immunity to make the nation safer and we can see the economy at that meeting I'm not an epidemiologist or doctor so Vicky rights so death I'm upset her so death panels are good now you like to quarantine senior citizens the modern Republican Party has no dignity wait we're shutting down entire states Vicki I'm talking about caring for people so they don't get the disease and so that the nation doesn't crumble into economic road it's incredible you have the same leftists who will talk all day long about income inequality we need a three hundred and thirty five thousand dollar minimum wage and certainly just to spend the money this is a new economic policy new money theory let's just spend it and then then we'll figure out how to pay for just write the check they're the same people who say wait everybody needs free phones the same people who say you should be able to compel someone to do something for you in terms of healthcare because we should be able to compare like go compelled labor and then they look at a situation like this but all the sudden they want to call it death panels what we're really talking about we're talking about keeping people safe in a way that keeps the economy going because the economy is what raises people from poverty it's also that what's gonna have to pay for this you know what to twenty two trillion dollars that's going to go up to twenty four trillion we got two hundred twenty trillion dollars unfunded liabilities one day that checks going to come do so I spent the weekend reading about reading these medical papers I heard commonalities herd immunity is a good thing and there are three classes of patients we should be able to treat these three clashes of pay I'm classes of patients differently rather than trying to treat them the same have economic benefits health benefit Martin from Cadillac Michigan joins us Martin you're on the R. Rush Limbaugh program is taught her many filling appreciate you calling a doctor Martin thank you thank you Todd and full disclosure I'm an allergist and clinical immunologist just speaking to your point I'm gonna speak from a medical perspective not a political one the containment failed the mitigation has failed the virus is here and it's all hands on deck it's herd immunity time you know the vast majority of patients that we are testing these are only the high risk patients because we don't have enough test kit they're coming back negative what is that telling us that that's telling us that these people are immune if we look at the Italian data under the age of thirty zero percent risk of death I'm really concerned of how many suicides drug overdoses and other fallouts we're gonna hang out with this thing if we continue to keep the country shut down we need to continue to build up our hospitals and clinics to deal with this if I'm not taking this virus lightly at all but if we don't have the infrastructure what's going to happen the next time this happens what's going to happen with us missing other patients with influenza we have heart attacks will all communicate about this coronavirus we need to we need to like you said we need to look at these patients and stop generalizing and stark individualizing and that will be the way we overcome that the elderly their target because your immune system's wine over time so let me ask you this question Dr it Martin with his cat like Michigan do I correctly understand herd immunity that when a number of us that say it's sixty percent of us have had the virus some of us is gotten sick it's been painful it's the flu others have not even felt it that once that's happened we've built up antibodies it's my understanding them that societally be it the disease has fewer places to land in it hastens the death of the virus it makes it it makes it harder for the virus to live in our country is that correct absolutely herd immunity as the dead end for the virus he tells the virus you have nowhere to go get exposed to the virus who are immune to it kill it off before the virus can reproduce in their bodies and they cough it out okay that seems this is this is why I I knew doctor that I was uncomfortable with this approach and then I read and I read it read it and tell us that these commonalities I think god has planned for us and we don't need to get all the religious or intelligent design etcetera but I think I okay on the gap thing all right that's good let's be together in that and what a gift that you called I appreciate it and L. thanks for being on the front lines of this is that I'll just never the email just I know you are thanks for calling Russia show Martin proceed you very much god speed thank you this is this is what is it did you have a sense that waits wait wait wait what are we doing that and and look at another day and then you said okay I'm learning about herd immunity so let me give you another example sometimes firefighters fight fire with fire I know we're human beings I never get a burning Biggs I know New York is a separate case I know Los Angeles is blown up it's a hot zone they need to be treated separately but when firefighters sometimes blowing down the fuel you know for the for the fire were tender or they try to put a natural barrier in its way like a river or a lake they're taking advantage of what nature has we have heard munity it seems to me that people who are who have been you know their entire careers has been about disease response I hate to say it this way but they've normalized the idea shut the country down they've normalized it in in any executive team you have to have a unity asking you do you have to have people who are let's see product people and product safety people case in point one of the things Boeing did that was a mistake is they disempowered their quality control people they made them less powerful than the product people henceforth you ended up with these flawed airplanes the president is doing the right thing he has a team of people some doing it from epidemiologic perspective some viewing it from the perspective of the economy which is health mental and otherwise the president has to walk the balance that's what a CEO does Karen from lake ville Missouri you're on the Rush Limbaugh program Starman filling in I don't know it's is it Lakeville like feel want to bring failed thank you hi Karen welcome to Russia thank you go ahead and I just was thinking this morning talking to my youngest son and I just I have buried a sunless tan Manasseh his twin brother and I we revive cannot appear although he and Batman have another child they have the grandkids attachment they're in a very worried about him that's talking to my understanding you know what we do all these young people out in our wars and how many have died for us for what we have and I'm willing and the elderly person to help try to get this back on track we can't do this and I'm so thankful I have a business here very small business and it has done well and we're still working but I'm scared they're going to shut this down construction shut down and you know we can survive because we're healthy little business and I provide insurance for my employees we pay at all we fund our health savings and if I can avoid going to say that I think is a small business can do this why can't other businesses do it because I don't I have more than I ever dreamed up that I don't live you know like a movie star yeah Mike and my son even sadness just mainly because he's My Baby is thirty nine million children if it's mom calling to it's what it takes to get this economy we gotta go to work and quick and able and I don't like any of the sales people and I have family and friends they're taking advantage of disability and Medicaid I feel like a whole government isn't enabling work yeah yeah I hear in your voice the commitments of a born free American woman saying that we're going to take these risks we take in a war you've lost a son he revived another I hear the pride and I heard a lot of and I think we can walk this line you're doing it your small business I believe are great enough nation that we can walk this line between protecting the vulnerable and also moving this country forward because our economy is our health at the end of the day or the end of a period of time a quarter two weeks a month we don't know I'm Karen god with you appreciate you calling Russia show bless you and your family and thanks again I call call Russia show again my mom is I can't and I can't get permission to call mark but god bless you Karen thank you very very much it thank you so what was it John Mellencamp whose he's a leftist like his music did he say something about it that America I know I made it sarcastically I don't I don't mean it sarcastically dats America coming up in our summer program next hour Tom cotton the senator's gonna join us to talk about what the Democrats are trying to shove into this relief bill when we come back I want to talk about DC what they're doing in this bill in the dark at this bill in the words of this bill and this is the act of faith that Nancy Pelosi and by the way some Republicans not quite the same engaging I want to talk about that in some ways to prevent that as we continue to rebuild or keep the Republic rolling as she should stop Herman infer Rush Limbaugh on the abbey now you're listening to the EIB network I ordered in this.

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"sunless tanning" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

07:59 min | 6 months ago

"sunless tanning" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"And now we return to the guest host Todd Herman hi fi network all I really appreciate the opportunity to be here the notes to rush you can go to Rush Limbaugh dot com upper left hand side of the website there's a special notes to rush section I've heard mark Steyn who knows rush really well express how much that means to the Mahar so if you have an opportunity that appreciated on Twitter somebody said this to me I felt really bad but then I look at our profile she's notes here that are rich meadows a Rhodes scholar so I feel less bad now based on the first two segments of the show we talked about we can protect the most vulnerable Americans vulnerable to the Wuhan flew we could protect them and we can get young people back to work and we can build a herd immunity to make the nation safer and we can see the economy at that meeting I'm not an epidemiologist or doctor so Vicky rights so death on the set her way so death panels are good now you like to quarantine senior citizens the modern Republican Party has no dignity wait we're shutting down entire states Vicki I'm talking about caring for people so they don't get the disease and so that the nation doesn't crumble into economic growth it's incredible you have the same leftists who will talk all day long about income inequality we need a three hundred and thirty five thousand dollar minimum wage and certainly just to spend the money this is a new economic policy money theory let's just spend it and then then we'll figure out how to pay for just write the check they're the same people who say wait everybody needs free phones the same people who say you should be able to compel someone to do something for you in terms of healthcare because we should be able to compare like go compelled labor and then they look at a situation like this but all the sudden they want to call it death panels what we're really talking about we're talking about keeping people safe in a way that keeps the economy going because the economy is what raises people from poverty also that what's gonna have to pay for this you know what to twenty two trillion dollars that's going to go up to twenty four trillion we got two hundred twenty trillion dollars unfunded liabilities one day that checks going to come do so I spent the weekend reading about reading these medical papers I've heard commonalities herd immunity is a good thing and there are three classes of patients we should be able to three these three questions the pay I'm classes of patients differently rather than trying to treat them the same have economic benefits health benefit Martin from Cadillac Michigan joins us Martin you're on the R. Rush Limbaugh program is taught her many filling appreciate you calling a doctor Martin thank you thank you Todd and full disclosure I'm an allergist and clinical immunologist just speaking to your point I'm gonna speak from a medical perspective not a political one the containment failed the mitigation has failed the virus is here and it's all hands on deck it's herd immunity time you know the vast majority of patients that we are testing these are only the high risk patients because we don't have enough test kits they're coming back negative what is that telling us that that's telling us that these people are immune if we look at the Italian data under the age of thirty zero percent risk of death I'm really concerned how many suicides drug overdoses and other fallouts we're gonna hang out with this thing if we continue to keep the country shut down we need to continue to build up our hospitals and clinics to deal with this if I'm not taking this virus lightly at all but if we don't have the infrastructure what's going to happen the next time this happens what's going to happen with our missing other patients with influenza we have heart attacks were all key annex about this coronavirus we need to we need to like you said we need to look at these patients and stop generalizing and stark individualizing and that will be the way we overcome this the elderly their target because your immune system's wine over time so let me ask you this question Dr it Martin with his cat like Michigan do I correctly understand herd immunity that when a number of us let's say it's sixty percent of us have had the virus some of us is gotten sick it's been painful it's the flu others have not even felt it that once that's happened we've built up antibodies it's my understanding them that societally the it the disease has fewer places to land in it hastens the death of the virus it makes it it makes it harder for the virus to live in our country is that correct absolutely herd immunity to the dead end for the virus on it meaning he tells the virus you have nowhere to go people get exposed to the virus who are immune to it kill it off before the virus can reproduce in their bodies and they cough it out okay that's it this is this is why I I knew doctor that I was uncomfortable with this approach and then I read and I read it read it and tell us that these commonalities I think god has plans for us and we don't need to get all the religious or intelligent design etcetera but I think I okay on the gap thing all right that's good let's be together in that and what a gift that you called I appreciate it and L. thanks for being on the front lines of this is that I'll just never the religious I know you are thanks for calling Russia show Martin pushes you very much god speed hope you this is what is it did you have a sense that wait wait wait wait what are we doing that and and let me give it a go and then you said okay I'm learning about herd immunity so let me give you another example sometimes firefighters fight fire with fire I know we're human beings I never get a burning dates I know New York is a separate case I know Los Angeles is blown up it's a hot zone they need to be treated separately but when firefighters sometimes burn down the fuel you know for the for the fire were tender or they try to put a natural barrier in its way like a river or a lake they're taking advantage of what nature has we have heard munity it seems to me that people who are who've been you know their entire careers has been about disease response I hate to say it this way but they've normalized the idea shut the country down they've normalized it in in any executive team you have to have a unity and you do have to have people who are let's see product people and product safety people case in point one of the things Boeing did that was a mistake is they disempowered their quality control people they made them less powerful than the product people henceforth you ended up with these flawed airplanes the president is doing the right thing he has a team of people some doing it from epidemiologic perspective some viewing it from the perspective of the economy which is health mental and otherwise the president has to walk the balance that's what its CEO does Karen from lake ville Missouri you're on the Rush Limbaugh program Starman filling in I don't know it's is it late feel like feel built hi Karen welcome to Russia thank you go ahead and I just was thinking this morning talking to my youngest son and I just I have buried a sunless tan Manasseh his twin brother and I we revive cannot appear although he advancement have another child having a grand kids with asthma they're in a very worried about him that's talking to my understanding of what we do all these young people out in our wars and how many have died for us for what we have I'm willing and the elderly person to help try to get this back on track we can't do this and I'm so thankful I have a business here very small business and it has done well and we're still working but I'm scared they're going to shut this down construction shut down and you know we can survive because we're healthy little business and provide insurance for my employees we pay at all we fund our health savings and if I was going.

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"sunless tanning" Discussed on Breaking Beauty Podcast

Breaking Beauty Podcast

12:44 min | 9 months ago

"sunless tanning" Discussed on Breaking Beauty Podcast

"This grey believe you make but yeah I know every trick of the trade and all about texture glowing gladness skin. I really I've always wore makeup and I've always played around with products I think within the last two to three years. I've really been exploring exploring with makeup on myself. I'm an different parties and I think I have instagram's thanks for that because comments on the street and homophobic things that can be said to boise voice who make up. It don't happen as much as they did anymore. And it's down to boys you got that and with a full face of makeup on lashes and glidden owner and it's down onto them that the way that the society is changing truly believe. I wanted to circle back to first of all. I wanted to know if you ever went to as I call it the burn. been or I've heard you call it. The Levi coffin that. UV tanning beds. Did you have a past story. Yeah I like I grew up in the north of England and Thanh was a big thing thing that and at sixteen years old. When you don't know what you're doing yet you got in the coffee and I would never do that again in my life and I actually was part of the team in the UK that campaigned against coin-operated? Somebody's because it coin-operated coin-operated some beds. Yeah it's a thing and like they abandoned stray earlier as well so it was. It wasn't man sometimes as you can go in and put your money in almost like a slot machine in. Wow and that was the thing so nobody's even monitor. I want I want darker I want. Our House and also by Bennie wasn't the education that there is now and so I make sure that the Paradise Social Media Platforms and my social media platform is educating people in how to use Tonkin. It's like I don't have to go into the coffee in my dad. Had Skin cancer later on in life which is a just instilled even further with the metoo Hammer at home the message. Aw Diet lie in the Sun I think once that comes into your inner circle and affects you outside of your day to day life and you see the how it changes the dynamic within your family and he is that was just from him hiking and now he has a big scar on his face and it changed changed everything and so when she at times you really and you know my position as a founder of a South Hunting Brown's Iowa I owe it to the world's just say stop doing this. Just look after yourself for show. Now you sort of touched on that idea when you're talking about dancing with the stars how the headlines were all about the contestants looking or orange in for a minute there. Fake Tan was sort of like passe. Almost or it's like a bit of fodder for a headline and so can you talk us through how you did transformative limited on the whole notion of sunless tanning and I know you did backstage as well. So turning the world as it were off the whole all orange football his wife Jersey Shaw kind of element of town and making it. Cool doesn't happen overnight. And it's really the Hansel and Gretel read come they array where you drop out. They bite a drop out by TAB. I'm so working stays with designers like Roland Marais and And Henry Hollins Pucci in Milan and beside was doing but sergey campaigns and then through such hell keep you busy understand but through taking south ton back stage and being part of a extended. Makeup team really really changed the way that people saw Tun and it became an extra hiller there were seen as an integral part within the process so in the past it was Harry makeup than nails was and now John is a pillar. There aren't many people. Do you tanning in session and is a certain scale. Because it's you working with audited really different way and there's no one educating you while you're doing it I we had to learn on the job and you know sometimes things that we did and you think that was not a good look i. It didn't work and you have to. You have to back up but I'm is also making sure that when you're doing towns it's like I personally Husni wouldn't have a post a picture of a client impairment because in a turban old really brown and I just think it creates this weird image of town I think actually was better. Today is have someone talk about Tan after. They've had the experience. Because that's how it makes you feel and also also I mean the world's formulations of come on so far from being that back in the day town where it was that teradata finish and I think every it's all about learning from your mistakes and learning that outing ovarian adding hydrating properties with into Tom that will balance out that orange process. And give you a more natural looking Tan and and so two celebrities bring you on tour with them or I've seen some things story for the podcast. We needed right all right. I'll give you a story but I'm not telling you is and this was my life when I was twenty six twenty seven. I never. I used to leave home without a spare pair of underpants and Moose animate in my bag because I never knew how like how quickly and how minute someone would need a ton because celebrities got booked last minute events. NPR's changed the mind of who they want in the red a cop and all of a sudden someone's going in by and then they need the whole process going behind them. So I had a phone call from publicist and they said. Can you be on a flight to Venice within the next hour. Yep No problem. I've got my mood. I'll go I'll go so I got an always possible help if I get to Venice and donned a driver. Picks up stunning that It's full tap glasses. I got in the back of a huge Rolls Royce driven thebenz get put on a private guns that and taken out to an island. I got to the island and they didn't know who I am that in a way I'm that it's eleven at night I don't have I've got my bank. Cottam may the not taking cards and I'm starting just panic and it's a Friday night. Everyone I know in London is out Hamid. I try phoning. Winning the sentence laboratory. Nothing would come through Got Their assistant nate. Nothing's coming straight. The celebrity is obviously out getting hammered. So I just have to look at the stars and I think well what the hell am I going to see shape and a build. It's every I then cool. Believe I'm telling you uh-huh oh are Algebra. I bet she go on. I have this Sushi. I like enjoy that. On a certain celebrity arrives and they are beyond the point of hammered falling off the Gondola Assistant carrying them refusing to have a spray. Tom Does Not want to spray Tom. So hansel and Gretel bread comes up come out. I have to sit down. Have a drink it just got on with it. We go back to the celebrities hotel room. And they was pasted. Terim me. They didn't so it becomes very pound. I'm sleeping on the SOFA. I'm on a nine. AM flight back. The next day to prove to my boyfriend the time that I can juggle it all which I couldn't. The celebrity refused is to have a ton until five in the morning. My life is so crazy and when I tried like is one of a million stories. There's just just so many things Y- how many positions you have to get when you're getting. Fa Town like lifting up the BOOBS. I'll never get over that. You know you got to like lift so there's no creases and well. Yeah is I do look at making bodies for living but something that I really tried to hammer home is whatever you think you've guard someone else. Has It worse tenfold and lifting your boobs literally. It's not even the tip of the iceberg. It's not even a Siegel looking down. John Tip of the iceberg. Like believe me if you lift those girls up. Lift them up. Because I'm not going to do it for you. Hips that we say and I will always like arms and and the Ad Limbaugh and you can usually get in and around without having to let you know. It's our job to work around job all day. It's our job to make you feel comfortable. And it's our jobs may feel populace and if that means Nipah left I think it's a good time to just ask like how your line came to be because you could have kept going with this life of travel and you know working with celebrities. I'm sure for a long time right. Yeah I could have done and I think I'm I'm always really open and honest about this. I never wanted my own line. It was never a gold. I had in my career but when when I was looking for products like I'm really I'm really spiritual like my beauty browns to be spiritual. I like to feel connected to a brand on the message. They eight per hour. I also was looking for formulations that we're going to actually do what they say but also give that little bit more. I just couldn't couldn't find it. I couldn't find it and I looked and I was traveling I was in Australia. Looking was hail like not here in America looking couldn't find it and I just thought Oh my we're going to have to do this. This literally is my right eye. Oh this to women and man in the world who loved Hanno maybe have never experienced the joy of tanning. If I don't do this nobody will. And it was that moment for me by the Penny drops and we've we're GONNA have to hit for you. Continue like what was the challenge. I I think the reason I'll paradise is collecting and this will help me answer. That question is th- remain listening to my client. Say it was the same messages that were coming through so I I. I want a light Tan. I want to glow. I'm really stressed at work all. I'm juggling three jobs. I've got a lot on. I just need something to take this edge often. Hides this almost well. It was readiness in this game. All I WANNA BE DOT COM. But I don't want to be orange so then I looked at the product audits. I was like available to work with and I could do. The town's perfectly there was no streaks. It was flawless but the final finish was slapped and dull dull and not fading nicely drying and also like sticky during the development time so it was three listening to clients and seeing that I wasn't giving the best service that I could possibly gave. I couldn't create that whole start to finish process because a Thomas start to finish his application right through to the moment. You've got it right off the skin because yeah. Tom Can look gray on day. One or day two but you need the next six days to be amazing as well because that whole scaling scaling up yet like that shouldn't happen and it's when it's cheap ingredients as its high levels of alcohol is all these processes that I just shoved in a bottle and put on a shelf that people don't realize you have to have a have to choose that you can choose the other Reu so I was mixing collaborative makeup in with my tons so I would do the time it would come back to me flat in lacklustre and then I do body make up over the top and to get that finish I. I was mixing impeach collaborative to Brighton Green to hide that readiness and then the violence counts ride the Orange Dark Tan so I was already making the products by stage. I was order doing it and then I met my business partner he had the factory had the processes and we just put into together and I thought this is it. We've got okay. Launching a Ryan brand is Shit fucking scary. There are no words that will be able to describe a no one. There's no one can warn you of that and I listened to Totta hop has to be with you guys I. I love that. She was like it's hard and I was just. Yeah it's really hard and I remember the run up to the launch of our paradise. Anything I'm putting my whole career on the line. I'm like people either GonNa get this or they're not gonna get it and it's either GonNa go and a or it's not if it doesn't go. What am I going to do I I like? Am I going to go back to NYC. I'm I going to have this desk job. And you throw these crazy scenarios wonderfully Fli people get a so. How did you come up with the name?.

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"sunless tanning" Discussed on Stuff Mom Never Told You

Stuff Mom Never Told You

06:20 min | 1 year ago

"sunless tanning" Discussed on Stuff Mom Never Told You

"The war women would actually rely on teabags to stain their skin and apparently in Britain there was some marmite ish sounding paste or Bouillon that they would use they would soak their legs in that people soup people soup. We're just making people soon. They soak their legs thousand soil and green and now it just sounds like let's fill up the hot tub. Throw in some Bouillon cubes and let's all go for a soak yeah. It's horrifying again. This podcast got so done yeah exactly panning so in the fifties though in the in the post World War Two era where like hey hey the G._i.'s are coming home. You probably already have a Tan because he'd been outside a lot but let's let's replicate that Trench Tan yes <hes> you have man Tan in the fifties which is the first commercially available self tanner I believe for men specially designed for men which specially designed as in quotes because it's probably the exact same thing as what was being sold to women but maybe smell differently and it promised to be moisturizing and long lasting yeah just smells like pine entries and cigarettes who was like Don Draper's office oppression by the nineteen sixties. You know we've we've seen gene the the the subtext here is the rising middle class the rise of leisure the rise of vacations and so by the nineteen sixties people have enough money to enjoy color film so you better look good and commercial air travel and by the seventies the the world economy was tanking. Thanks war <hes> sunless tanning really takes takes the place of all of those Mediterranean vacations that people in Europe specifically. We're taking nineteen. seventy-eight tanning beds get introduced and the first one which I never for new in the U._S.. Open's Arkansas Walmart and tanning beds Arkansas listeners hey and if you jumped in one thousand nine hundred one you've got about ten new tanning centres opening in the U._S.. Each week by nineteen eighty eight in the the U._S. alone. You have eighteen thousand tanning centers. Oh Yeah it's a lot of tanning and typically like nowadays nowadays you look around and tanning there. They are next to Walmart's you've got like a Walmart and a nail place and a tanning place and a radio shack the radio shack yeah yeah. I like my dad. I think there's some still open okay because Chad goes there. Someone let us know about Radio Shack yeah growing coming up in a college town there or tanning salons everywhere everywhere but I feel like now caroline where we are her in town in Atlanta. We're likely to see more spray Tan outlets than we are ending bed spots or places. This is the do both yeah yeah. I don't know I'm just kind of talking about well. I mean I think I don't know from what I've observed in kind of <hes> boozier neighborhoods. You're likely likelier to see Spray Tan yeah well. I mean more class issues that we can dive into Oh yeah. It doesn't stop people it don't stock at Sunscreen won't protect you against the rest of this episode because we're not done in the nineteen eighties. You've got all of that glamorous like eighties. He's crazy makeup which includes a lot of bronze irs so the popularity of Bronze Irs <hes> economic boom times mean people are taking those glamorous beach getaway packages is which essentially means that tanning remains a necessity through the next couple of decades and by the year two thousand <hes> British people in a survey. Ah Fifty percent of them said that getting a Tan was the most important reason for going on vacation. Oh Yeah I mean I I remember so well laying out on my parents patio because we didn't have a pool membership and just sweating and sweating and wedding and trying to enjoy it. I remember reading the unabridged. Les Lee Ms One summer because it was reading for like my A._p.. English Class Humble Brag and just baking myself off outside yeah well. I remember laying win. I hit puberty and had some really bad skin issues. I was encouraged to get some sun to help the the zits go away little. Did I know that while 'cause we we talked about this in our acne episode that well yes the Sun can help fade some of those acne marks. It actually makes them kind of come back with a vengeance because the sun inflames the skin and any corrective active like quote unquote treatment the Sun has for acne is really more effective on that youthful acne not so much for the adult hormonal acne so jokes folks on me and my fine lines and wrinkles and the sun can be such a jerk sometimes such a Jersey sometimes but speaking of age differences.

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"sunless tanning" Discussed on StarTalk Radio

StarTalk Radio

04:30 min | 1 year ago

"sunless tanning" Discussed on StarTalk Radio

"We're still there's a lot of organic molecules base so and there's even son sunless tanning lotion to D._H._A.. In molecules over there so you can not only get a great Suntan. I've never smell smell. I didn't know such a thing exists. Sorry up in the hood. C._V._S. doesn't have that so so so so it's a little deceptive to say that space smells like that base smells like nothing unless you put molecules where you're gonNA sniffing and their molecules everywhere and so there it is then you're smelling molecules in-space rather than space so to answer that question and constructively the answer is yes as long as we can find the molecules that create certain smells in our brains through our noses in a location we can tell you exactly what Rivera smell smell precisely but there are a lot of particles out there and they can smell like a lot of different things yeah indeed nice all right who wants a relatively question Hussein such Wani on twitter says I'm still having a hard time understanding the concept of how if you'll twin on earth and you travel at almost the speed of light you will not age as much as them or something like that. Can you really try to dumb it down or using analogies again four before neal's I'm out of this one. Go please don't use the term dumbed down. We are not dumbing things down. We are merely early translating the concept into language that everyone can understand case it. Can you smart it up. Thank you okay. Here's the basic point smart down smart as time is experienced at different rates for people who are travelling at different rates of speed. That's a very very complicated concept if you're trying to lock it into our idea in regular time that a second is a second the second but the moment. Moment you acknowledged the possibility that time is a dimension like length width and height and you can move through it at different speeds then the twin paradox that is described here or other paradoxes become not too difficult because what you're doing is measuring in time intervals right. You're not measuring actually the amount of time at this very instant but you're measuring the time from the time you experience one minute ago to the time you experience a minute from now that person who is traveling at a different rate through time and space will simply experience a different interval and you'll both call it a minute but relative to each other. They're different links so yeah. He realized that once you come back into contact with each correct yeah that's right that's right and and the way to know who will be younger because both of them in motion will say that the other one is ticked. They're the opposite clock is ticking slower. Is that the your twin who went out had to slow showdown turn around and come back and that breaks the symmetry is called a paradox because if I see you traveling and your time is ticking more slowly and motions relative and you see me. I'm actually standing still but as far as you're concerned you're standing any store. I'm moving. You see my tom time ticking slowly. How is it that at the end of this exercise? One person is younger than the other right. How how do we know like if the train is going? Positive Platform Platform is going great jokes against Eh. I say one is grand central station arrive at the next train people you everyone was trying to get their head around that so it's so it's it's specifically the acceleration of the the one Hugo's ship and goes out then turns around and comes back breaks the symmetry maitree acceleration deceleration yeah the whole thing is either positive or negative acceleration but it's just wouldn't matter acceleration during one that leaves and comes back. That's the one that is the thing that appears is to be so. It's it's <hes> it's an uncomfortable concept because we don't experience that in everyday life as active sensors do it was not necessary to know this on the planes of the seren getty to avoid getting eaten by a Lion Ryan. You didn't get into no relativity but is absolutely necessary in this day and age of atomic energy and very very high speeds man. It's time for lightning round. Oh Yeah Okay Okay Nice suit..

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"sunless tanning" Discussed on Watch What Crappens

Watch What Crappens

04:38 min | 1 year ago

"sunless tanning" Discussed on Watch What Crappens

"Then we cut back to Craig and, and Chelsea at nursery, and so turns dating someone new and Chelsea's, log slow him like good thing how they are. They're going to be separating for, like, three years before. They get to have full fledged conversation. He's like, wow, he is his grave. Fucking crag Cregg is like the biggest gossip on this show too. He's just walking around, spilling tea, wherever he goes, you know, he's like he's not running again because he does crazed. He's disgraced and his wife accused him of physical assault until our you know all this. Because I was reading variety magazine. And they said he was fired from willin grace. Hence, he's disgraced. God. And I do go that back to Catherine. She's like he's kind, he has three and a half year old anywhere son, sunless tan lotion, like me marriage. Oh, katherine. That is so cute. And I haven't decided whether I'm going to be sarcastic in this tone or the years, just keep telling me more. She's like it's a new year for me. Okay. I'm just trying out this personality after he has a hug shot like Thomas. I'm divulging way too much. But it's all Google lable. Nobis like bones Zora. There are like a million red flags like you know, that scene Les Miserables. Would they wave the flag? That's what's happening in front of your face, and it's a red flag. Yeah. I wanna be happy for her, but it sounds just like what Thomas would say about her exactly. And then Katherine, they just show, Catherine just stares at our soup spoon like arm. I was hoping for yawn, yawn. I was hoping for a yawn LA fix my soup. Y'all MacOS by cracks. She's like, would you. Like some fresh pepper in that suit. Me pepper and some crackers. Okay. Young lady. Yon yawn, Gore's time to go to a commercial. Very important questions or have you watched? Netflix is always be my maybe yet it's written by and stars comedian alley Wong and fresh off the boats. Randall park. They play childhood friends, Sasha Marcus, who everyone assumed wind up together, except for them after having a falling out not speaking for fifteen years, Sasha, now celebrity chef in Los Angeles. And we love that she's a celebrity show returns to her hometown to San Francisco to open a new restaurant and runs into old, pow Marcus, a happily complacent, musicians still living at home and working for his dad, so while Sasha, Marcus are reluctant to reconnect soon. Discover that old spock's and maybe some new on still exists through twist and turns ups and downs. And even date with Keanu Reeves always be my maybe a wrong com. We can all get behind. We can leave funny and sweep and not too sweet. You will fall in love with this bell. Get a box of tissues, and get ready to laugh cry and maybe your pants a little bit watch always be my. Maybe now on Netflix or insect. The this film is rated PG thirteen. So craic back with Greg. He's like, well, everything we know about this guy is what his ex wife is saying. So it's not too good. And Chelsea goes, well, you know, g really Craig. It has to be Catherine flop list. And he's like she already had our life lesson chose like whoa. That's scary. Greg, Joe said something smart important thing is you learn, and you so. So, so, yeah, so Catherine this hang that Thomas is gonna totally flip shit what he finds out about this and that she. All this stuff happy with Thomas that she might actually wind up with full custody of the kids kids, which is crazy. And she sort of stressed about it, and like, it's all making your decide that, hey, she wants to plan a girl's trip. And she wanted to girl ship to its rehouse. Yeah. So then we got a chef in a coffee shop. He's like cars. Can you wake me something? Tasty horse. I like cigars. He goes. Okay. Well, we have players we have caramel vanilla. And he's like, oh, yeah. That just caramel or vanilla Cormo heaven, Ella..

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"sunless tanning" Discussed on House of Kim with Kim Zolciak

House of Kim with Kim Zolciak

02:06 min | 1 year ago

"sunless tanning" Discussed on House of Kim with Kim Zolciak

"That you can save so much more time that you can then do things that you are going to love, and that are going to help you be a better person. You know. And if you want to get to that hobby that, you, you just maybe you just don't have enough time for that, whether it's reading or writing or painting, or modeling or whatever it is that, that little hobby that you want to do. You can find the time if you streamline your daily process, take inventory of your priorities. What are you doing? Where are you wasting time or not being very efficient with your time? Get that. And you never know where that little. He could take you. Maybe you could make some money from it. Maybe you could start a you know, a book review, blog, or, you know, selling some of your paintings that you do on the weekends as a little side gig. You know, you just never know. So don't feel bad about cutting things out that aren't good and, and changing some routines here without change. There's no growth, you will not grow with percent right? You're looking to grow in a different way. He got to make some changes. So streamline your day lots of questions you guys. This is our golden nuggets on what I do for my face for tanning, because you guys know I'm huge on sunscreen on my chest. And my face. Golden nugget, you use my Kashmir collections sunless tanning lotion, you guys. It's formulated with a ton of anti-aging stuff Ivy, seaweed extracts. And it's, it's got tons of hydrogen it. It's got almond oil avocado and shea butter. It has vitamin A and it you guys, which is an anti-aging property. It's clinically proven to reverse and repair existing signs of aging, decreasing wrinkle, and crinkled, depth diminishing, hyper pigmentation discoloration, that is in the sunless Tanner, which is really awesome. It's got three in it. It's a skin saving vitamin that's essential to minimize the appearance of pours evening out your skin tone, and reducing lines and boosting radiance avocado.

"sunless tanning" Discussed on Breaking Beauty Podcast

Breaking Beauty Podcast

03:56 min | 1 year ago

"sunless tanning" Discussed on Breaking Beauty Podcast

"And yet you got in the UV coffee in. But I would never do that guy in my life. And I actually was part of the team in the UK that come pains against coin-operated somebody's because it coin-operated coin-operated somebody's. Yeah. It's thing. And like they up on now in Australia as well. So it was it wasn't mom somebody's you could go in put your money in almost like a slot machine and in. Wow. And that was the thing. So nobody's even monitoring. Like, I want darker. I want are also. And also by the Watson. The education that there is now. And so I make sure that the paradise social media platforms. My social media platform as educating people in how to use Thanh, and I have to go into the coffin. My dad had skin comes later on in life, which is just instilled to even further within me to hammer at home. The message of don't lie in the sun. I think once that comes into your in a circle, and it affects you outside of your day to day life, and you see how it changes the dynamic within your family, and he is that was just from him hiking. And now he has a big scar on his face, and it changed everything. And so when she see it, I harmed you really, and you know, my position as a founder of a south hunting Brown's Iowa. I owe it to the world's just say stop doing. This just look after yourself for show, you sort of touched on that idea. When you're talking about dancing with the stars. How the headlines were all about the contestants looking orange and for. A minute. They're fake tan was sort of like passe almost or it's like a bit of fodder for a headline. And so can you talk us through how you did transform it on the whole notion of sunless tanning, and I know you did backstage as well. So turning the world as it were off the whole orange football, his wife Josie Shaw kind of element of town on making it cool doesn't happen overnight. And it's really the Hansel and gretel bread come theory where you drop out bites drop out by tub, so working back stays with designers like Roland Marais on. And Henry Holland. Pucci in Milan and beside was doing for campaigns. And then through such keep you busy. Was busy through taking south ton back stage and being part of a extended makeup team really changed the way that people Soltan, and it became an extra Hilla that was seen as an integral part within the beauty process. So in the past it was having makeup, then nails was dedom-. And now Thanh is a pillow. There aren't many people that do timing in session on is a certain scale because it's you working with product in really different way. And no one educating you while you're doing it. I we have to learn on the job. And you know, sometimes the things that we did. And you think that was not a good look, and I didn't work and you have to you have to back. But it's also making sure that when you're doing tons. It's like, I personally would never post a picture of a client impairment because tub and all really Brown it. I just think it creates this weird image of Thanh. I think actually was better to do is have someone talk about ton after they've had the experience because that's how it makes you feel on. Also, I mean, the world's formulations of come on so far from being that back in the day town where it was that call to finish. And I think every it's all about learning from your mistakes on learning that outing aloe. Vera, and adding hydrating properties into the town that will balance out that orange process and give you a more natural looking town. And so just celebrities bring you onto tour with them or I've seen some things, and I story. No, it is with the podcast we needed..

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"sunless tanning" Discussed on The Big Listen

The Big Listen

02:03 min | 2 years ago

"sunless tanning" Discussed on The Big Listen

"A bad idea there no way actually your finicky from the sun the side it's actually just going to make you look like a crispy piece of bacon how to get a tan before the winter vacation there are tons of sunless tanning lotions spray tans and things but david suffice was start gradually minded application and percent because you can always add more but you can't take it away once you get that orangey hue because the consumer wants a tan they wanna get it fast and they go for the darkest oh also explicitly exploiting is really really important and you can do that with basically just like some chagrin mourn shoes no matter what you're using you're going to have a good fan i'm not entirely certain david's could dential are but you know he has a lot of thoughts on beautiful radiant skin what you're saying brilliant thing and i applaud you for it david pollick the beauty grew can probably help you out i've never known a red head to get a town when listen to the big listen on the ago will you can just go to apple podcasts or npr one or any fine purveyor podcasts scribe then we will slips led right into your feet every week and gee whiz won't that be fun also check us out on facebook and twitter we're at here big listen that's h e a r big listen also our email address is big listener wmu john or the show today was produced by daisy royal punts and jacqueline hyman jake carey mixed the show i learn over was busy fixing a hole in my dog sweater jomon guebuza theme music other music in the show came from army navy band not the store the big listen is the brainchild boss lady andy mcdaniel and her boss man j your news produced by wmu and american university and distributed by npr in washington dc capital of america and now if you final thoughts from senator heidi heitkamp democratic lawmaker.

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"sunless tanning" Discussed on The Big Listen

The Big Listen

02:14 min | 2 years ago

"sunless tanning" Discussed on The Big Listen

"You know i think that two words in your question that kind of answer the question you asked are the words getaway isn't it a shame that one has one thinks talk about stuff we all living through is getting away with something i don't think any of these conversations get away with anything i care to go there because because it's life because it's being lived none of it is is made up like so much of what we listened to trying to scrape the barrel of own experience to reveal some truth but nothing off limits norman lear is the host of all the above with norman lear from podcast one he's also a twenty seventeen kennedy center honoree along with glorious stuff on inland richie i fly to find out more about his show hit a big listen dot org what we've almost reached the end of this week's episode get out of here but before we let you go it's time for seed each why dr is our sixty second mapping apple pie cash charts for not looking at number one or even number one hundred looking at number twenty nine and if your podcast has reached the summit of number two eighty nine then shouted from the rooftops is that as quickly chievements friend okay so this week's to eighty nine is show called just ask david thank you for joining apparently david pollock is the beauty guru we were laughing before we got started one episode i listened to talked with a woman named kelly richardson she's an industry expert in sunless tanning skincare you name it sunless tanning tip you wanna look tan but you don't wanna go through the dangerous stuff i mean i've never looked in the mirror and been like you know what to complete this outfit tan how do i look tan before my guests arrived so here couple of things obey stand is.

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"sunless tanning" Discussed on The Big Listen

The Big Listen

02:02 min | 2 years ago

"sunless tanning" Discussed on The Big Listen

"You know what it can believe this outfit attain on how do i looked hand before my guests arrived so here a couple of things a base tan is a bad idea is there no play actively protect your family will be from the fun part is it's actually just going to make you look like a christie piece of bacon talked to be how to get a ten before the winter vacation they're tons of sunless tanning lotions and spray tents and things but david suffice was star crunch truly pointing at ninety percent off of 10 percent because you can always add more but you can't take it away once you get that orangeish hugh because the consumer wants to tan they want to get it fast and they go for the darkest oh also exploited gravel lou far exfoliating is really really important you can do that with basically just like some sugar unsworn choose no matter what plotted forgive been we're going to have a good i'm not entirely certain what david's credentials are but you know he has alive thoughts on on beautiful ray and scant what you're saying asked brilliant thing and i applaud you for it david pollick the beauty grew probably help you out i've never known a red had to get a town one of listen to the big listen on the ago while you can just go to apple pie gas npr one or any find prayer by gas and subscribe then we will slip slide right near feed every week end gee wiz wong that'd be fun also check us out on facebook and twitter and we are at here big listen that h e a r big listen also our email addresses big listener waam u dot org the show did it was produced by days upon suraj and jacqueline hyman jake cherry mix the show i learn over is busy fixing a hole in my dog sweater the human genome and guebuza theme music other music in the show came from army navy band not the store the big listen is the brainchild of bosley any mcdaniel in her boss man j your news produced by wam you an american university.

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"sunless tanning" Discussed on The Big Listen

The Big Listen

02:24 min | 2 years ago

"sunless tanning" Discussed on The Big Listen

"To talk about that that could not be margerison well i guess i wonder if you can get away with these types of conversations and be very frank um because you are older and you know you of both experience a lot of life but also people give you a little leeway you know i i think that two words in your question that kind of answer the question you asked are the words getaway isn't it a shame that one as one fake said to talk about stuff we all are living through inhaling away with something i don't think any of these conversations callaway with anything i care to go there because because his life because it's being lived none of it is uh is made up like so much of what we listen to work with with china's scrape the barrel of our own experience to reveal some truth but nothing is off limits norman lear is the host of all of the above with norman lear from podcast one he's also a 2017 kennedy center honoree along with flurries stefan on inland richie why i find out more about his show hit a big listen dot org well we've almost reached the end of this week's episode get out of here but before we let you can go and stein four c a r h fly charge aggravate is our 60second mapping of the apple pie cash charts for not looking number one for even number one hundred lucky number twenty nine and if your podcast has reached the summit of number two eighty nine then shouted from the rooftops is that is quite an achievement friend okay so this week's to eighty nine as a show called just ask david thank you for joining us apparently david pollick is the beauty boom grill we were laughing before we got started one episode i listen to you talked with a woman named kelly richardson she's an industry expert in sunless tanning skin care you name it sunless tanning tip you wanna look tan but you don't wanna go through all the dangerous stuff i mean i've never looked in the mirror and been like.

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"sunless tanning" Discussed on Nacht Beauty

Nacht Beauty

02:02 min | 2 years ago

"sunless tanning" Discussed on Nacht Beauty

"Price ain't bad um i think check them out it's very exciting i've been doing so maybe we can do together and i will definitely keep you updated how my frowned he's journeys going but if you go to frown eased dot com you will see the photos of the woman who owns the company you will see some testimonials you'll learn more about it but i thought that sounded really exciting 'cause i'm trying to avoid getting some nipson tux okay apparently frowning are the cure for that check it out okay let's get into beauty the first company i'm going to tell you about is called clean tan womenowned company so we've talked to us self tanners on ashby i used to tan isis spray tan and you know that nasty french fry smell from self tanners we all know that smell if you've ted you know what i'm talking about clean tan is a nontoxic plantbased antioxidant rich luxury tanning concentrate and this is what you do with it okay it's basically in a little bottle and it's just pure yummy tan goodness and it's all made from some really good yummy things i'm trying to see here from dark organic cocoa fruit extract fresh beat extract organic bluegreen algae lushes keira male so that's exciting it's not made from the normal stuff the tanneries are made from so the doesn't have that dirty french fry smell um but here's what you do it's all customize level and intuitive sunless tanning concentrate so you can mix it with any serum any cream any self tanner you already use any sunscreen any moisturizers any oil you put a tiny bit or a lot depending on how often you want to get you mix it up and then you put it on and you have an instinct low but it also will build and honey it will build and it laughs and i was very impressed with the demo so i bought a bottle i'm gonna use it soon it's hard for me because i act so if i get an audition it's like high europay st mom and a minivan at celtic show show and bronze like i just got back from saint tropez dohabased.

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