Sunday, May 15, 2016

5 Benefits of Exercise for Children

Exercise for children can be as simple as playing or being active throughout the day by participating in things such as sport at school. Everyone, even children can benefit from exercising regularly. So what are the benefits of children exercising? Below are 5 of these benefits.

Strength

Children can strengthen their muscles by climbing, doing handstands, or more exercisers such as push ups or pulls. Strengthening their muscles will help reduce the risk of children getting any injuries during sport as well as helping children take part in more physically active exercise.

Stretching

Children performing stretching exercises will help to improve their flexibility will help their muscles and joints to bend and move more easily. Stretching is something that children will do throughout the day.

Healthy Weight

If children are physically active this will help to ensure that children are keeping a healthy weight, however their diet will also play a big part in their weight and it is important that children are eating the right food, as this is an important time of their lives when they are growing and their bodies need to right foods to help them grow.

Healthy Bones, Muscles and Joints

Being physically active will help children to strengthen their bones, muscles as joints which will not only help them grow but also help reduce the risk of injuries and problems in later adult life.

Sleep Better

If children are active during the day then they will be using up more of their energy which will help them sleep better as they will likely feel more tired on a night.

Parents should encourage their children to do a variety of activities, however exercising together as a family can be fun and a good way to get every member of the family fit and healthy.

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5 Best 2009 Wedding Dresses from Elizabeth Fillmore

Elizabeth Fillmore started designing wedding dresses in 1998 to create more modern and sophisticated bridal wear for women. Elizabeth relies more upon simple fabrics and decoration rather than lavish, elaborate designs that can sometimes make a wedding dress a challenge to wear and walk in. This year, she sticks to plain solid whites plus a few non-traditional colors like tan. A few dresses are made of entirely lace fabrics. Below are my top five picks from her collection this year:

The first bridal gown(1) here has lacy straps with a matching waistband of the same trim. The dress has sheath lines with a small train in the back. This wedding dress is perfect for the bride who wants something simple in satin with just a hint of lacy decoration. Wear white carnations in your bouquet down the aisle.

Here is a pretty white wedding dress(2) with a slit up the front, one feature rarely seen in wedding dresses. A ruffled trim decorates the slit, the skirt’s hem, and the upper bodice of the dress. Narrow silken cords provide as the straps for this dress. Wear your favorite colored flowers plus your best diamond jewelry with this dress.

The third bridal dress(3) on the list has more classic lines, including the train, plus wider crocheted lace for the shoulder straps and waistline. The neckline on this dress is square. This is another great choice for the woman who likes a simple fabric with just a hint of decoration on it.

Here is a bridal dress(4) of a lacy fabric with a short train and a ruffle placed on an angle below the hips. The dress has a V-neckline with ruffles on the shoulder straps. The dress has mermaid lines with a series of box pleats at the lower half to form the “tail.” Perfect for the bride who likes lacy fabric in her dress.

The last dress(5) here is light tan, of a large lace pattern, with a bow at the empire waistline. The spaghetti straps are of a narrow satin cord. This dress has a small train with straight lines. This dress is ideal for the bride who prefers a non-white dress that is both elegant and stylish.

Elizabeth Fillmore(6) bridal wear can be purchased through Bergdorf Goodman, Mark Ingram Bridal Atelier in New York City, and Saks Fifth Avenue.

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5 Best Baseball Position Players of the 2000s

Unfortunately a hundred years from now baseball historians will look back at this decade with a lot of questions surrounding steroids. Out of the top five position players of the decade two of them already had run-ins with steroids and who knows for sure if the other three are clean. Regardless these five players have been the five best position players of the 2000s.

5th Best Baseball Position Player of the 2000s: Ichiro
Sorry Yankees and Red Sox fans but Ichiro finishes just ahead of Derek Jeter, Manny Ramirez and David Oritz. Not only is Ichiro not a liability but he’s won a Gold Glove every year he has played. Ichiro also has far more speed than the other players and he is a hitting machine. If you combined Ichiro’s MLB stats and his Japanese stats then he would have already passed 3,000 hits. He might still get to 3,000 hits in just his MLB stats alone.

4th Best Baseball Position Player of the 2000s: Carlos Beltran
Carlos Beltran might be a surprising choice but the numbers back it up. Carlos Beltran has recorded six seasons of 100 RBI and 100 runs in the same season (a good sign of an all around player). Only Alex Rodriguez and Albert Pujols have done that more times this decade. Beltran plays a more important position than Rodriguez and Pujols and is a better defensive player than both of them. On top of that Carlos Beltran has a remarkable 90 percent success rate in stealing bases this decade. Most people will remember Beltran’s postseason play as the guy who struck out to end the 2006 NLCS but let’s not for get his 8 homerun, 14 RBI postseason in 2004. Beltran posted a OPS over 1.500 that postseason.

3rd Best Baseball Position Player of the 2000s: Barry Bonds
If anybody chooses to leave Barry Bonds off their “best of” lists because of steroids then I won’t complain but I’m going to give Bonds the number three spot because he was that good without steroids. Who knows, if he doesn’t use steroids maybe he isn’t treated like the plague the last few years, gets on another team and actually ends up the best player of the decade instead of fizzling out. That’s the sad part of it all though, Bonds never needed to use steroids.

2nd Best Baseball Position Player of the 2000s: Alex Rodriguez
Until this year everybody criticized Alex Rodriguez because his lack of performing in the playoffs. It’s true that he didn’t have much success but it’s also clear that people went overboard because they didn’t particularly like the guy and the playoffs were the only chink in his armor. Other than his playoff performances Rodriguez was as good as anybody this decade.

Best Baseball Position Player of the 2000s: Albert Pujols
Albert Pujols’s third MVP puts him in the same company as Roy Campanella, Joe DiMaggio, Jimmie Foxx, Mickey Mantle, Stan Musial, Alex Rodriguez and Mike Schmidt. Only Barry Bonds has more MVPs in their career and four of Bonds’ were after he allegedly started using steroids. If those MVPs are wiped away in the minds of baseball fans then Pujols is surely going to end his career with the most MVP Awards.

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5 Best Day Hikes in Vermont

1. Camel’s Hump – Elevated 4,083 with a a volcano like appearance and sweeping view of Lake Champlain, its no wonder Camel’s Hump is the most popular day hike in Vermont. Its barren summit allows 360 views, and its one of three places in Vermont that still support arctic alpine vegetation from when the glacier receded after the Ice Age. It’s no easy hike, but the summit is definitely worth it.

2. Mount Pisgah – Situated on the Fjord like Lake Willoughby, shear cliffs tower over the deepest lake in Vermont and provide spectacular views at various overlooks. The South Trail passes by pulpit rock, an overhanging rock that has an aerial view of the South Beach of Lake Willoughby. Then its a moderate climb to a rocky area near the wooded summit with a view of Burke Mountain. Pass the summit for 3 overlooks of the lake on the North Trail. Pisgah is not for people with fear of heights, because the lookouts are on the edge of sheer cliffs. Swim in Lake Willoughby after the hike.

3. Mount Mansfield – The highest mountain in Vermont has an extensive ridge line which is above the timberline and views Lake Champlain and the rest of the Green Mountains to the north and south. The mountain forms the profile of a face, which is most prominent from Stowe. You can easily see the features of the Forehead, the Nose, the Upper and Lower Lips, and the Adams Apple, which are all peaks on the ridge line. From the northern end of the ridge, view the Adams Apple and Lake of the Clouds, the highest elevated lake in Vermont. The easiest approach is from Smugglers Notch in Stowe.

4. Mount Abraham – Another one of Vermont’s 4,000-footers, this is another popular day hike with an area above the timberline with 180 degree views to the West. Mount Abraham is the start of a 4,000-foot ridge that is a very pleasant scenic hike with little elevation change, featuring the peaks of Lincoln Peak, Cutts Peak, and Mount Ellen.

5. Burnt Rock – Although relatively low, this mountain is barren with stunted vegetation, since it has few mountains around it to shield it from the elements. There are stunning 360 views on the ridge and you can see Mount Ethan Allen and Camel’s Hump to the north.

Go to the Green Mountain Club website to purchase detailed maps with information on trailheads and mileage.

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5 Best Fair Trade Fashion Websites for Women This Fall

The best fair trade fashion for women doesn’t make you sacrifice style for ethics. These are 5 of the best fair trade clothing websites for buying fall fashions.

Best Fair Trade Fashion Website: Fair Indigo

Fair Indigo advertises high-quality, stylish fair trade, organic and eco friendly clothes for women and men. They keep their prices down through efficient operations and word-of-mouth advertising. Time magazine describes them as comparable to J. Jill and J. Crew and aimed at women 30 to 50. For fall, look for their best-selling baby alpaca scarf. It’s a rare value at $39 for a big scarf 71 inches by 12 inches that comes in 12 colors and helps communities in rural Peru.

Best Fair Trade Fashion Website: People Tree

People Tree is a pioneer in fair trade clothing. This UK company features fair trade designers and manufacturers of fashion and garments made from environmentally-friendly fair trade certified organic cotton and natural dyes. If the sight of bagging jeggings has you worried this fall, get your leggings with built-in ruching up the sides for about $43. They come in grey or black 100% organic cotton and are made in India.

Best Fair Trade Fashion Website: Gossypium

Gossypium offers organic and fair trade cotton clothes and bed linens for women, men, children, and babies. This UK company got a top Ethiscore rating from Ethical Consumer Magazine for its sportswear, baby clothes, and urban fashion. This fall, make your next pair of blue jeans fair trade. They’re soft and durable with the new moderately high waist, and done in 98% African cotton and 2% elastine for about $82.

Best Fair Trade Fashion Website: Annie Greenabelle

Annie Greenabelle makes ethical clothing for women from fair trade certified and organic cotton and reclaimed fabrics. This British design company describes their apparel as fun and fashionable with inspiration from the 40s and 50s. As the weather gets cooler, toss on a reclaimed navy floral fitted blazer with soft peach organic cotton lining for about $154.

Best Fair Trade Fashion Website: Osborn Design

Osborn Design is a studio in Brooklyn that owns a production workshop in Guatemala. Their high quality handcrafted shoes are entirely fair trade and made with locally sourced materials. This fall, wear fair trade clothing from head to toe with a pair of their booties. Their gorgeous floral print velvet booties are selling out fast at $110. All their shoes are well crafted and very comfortable.

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5 Best Gay Travel Destinations

1.) Dublin, Ireland-Dublin has alot of gay hot spots. Very friendly atmosphere, and people. It is a very cultured place. (Source: Been There)

2.) Ft Lauderdale, Florida. Wilton Manor area is the gay district, 5 gay bars within 5 blocks, plus gay stores such as GayMart USA, (gay clothing store, and adult novelties) webpage www.gaymartusa.com, gay restaurants and lots more, plus an excellent GLBT community center the Ft Lauderdale gay/lesbian community center. www.glccsf.org (sources: self and also South Florida’s http://ift.tt/27qmtsD

3.) Palm Springs, California-If you wanna go relax go to the warm sands area, the have an all male nudist colony, Mirage is the best 1, reasonably priced, sexy people, hot tubs, a huge swimming pool, nice, quiet rooms. (source: used to live there)

4.) San Fransisco, California-San Fran’s. is cultured, with everything and anything, there are many districts that make up this beautiful city, like the Market District, China Town (awesome authentic chinese food), the gay district is made up starting in the business district, Market St. through Castro District, which inc. 19th Street. Some things to check out there is Harvey Milk Plaza, the Castro Theater, built in 1922, 575 Castro Street (the former location of Harvey Milk’s Camera StoreCastro Camera“, the Pink Triangle Park17th Street in the Market District, it is named after the pink triangles sewn on gay prisoners that were target by nazi’s in WW 2. (source: google and wikipedia)

5.) Columbus, Ohio-Columbus is rich in culture, arts, fine dining, bars, etc. High Street is predominately gay area, with 4 gay bars, and OSU not to far from it! The best place to eat in Columbus is Union Station Video Cafe (www.usvc.com) awesome food, great prices, cute bar tenders, and servers. Oh, and also they have a variety of shows, pagents, etc. there as well, and Columbus has the most awesome karaoke around!!! Check out Club 21, small place with a big heart, and great people!! (Source: Self)

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5 of the Best Gifts for Cyclists

If you have a cyclist in your family or on your holiday shopping list, there are many great gift ideas-many of which are fairly low cost-that any cyclist would appreciate, whether they are an avid commuter or a road racer. While many people think that you only need a bike to be a cyclist, in reality, there are a number of accessories that can make any cyclist’s cycling experience more enjoyable. Whether it is cycling shoes, cycling clothes, cycling gear, and cycling accessories the holidays are a great time for cyclists. With so much different cycling gear out there, shopping for cycling gifts is surprisingly easy.

However, with so many gifts for cyclists available, it can be a little difficult to know exactly what to buy for the cyclist on your list. As an avid commuter who bikes as their primary mode of transportation, these cycling gifts are things that I think any cyclist would appreciate. My picks for the best cycling gifts include:

Gift Certificate for a Tune-Up – If the cyclist on your list is a recreational rider or isn’t particularly skilled when it comes to maintaining their bike, a gift certificate for a bike tune-up is a great option. Over a summer (or full year if you ride year round), your bike picks up a lot of dirt and grime, things come unadjusted, and wheels go slightly out of true. A tune-up will fix all of this and in many cases, the change in how your bike rides will be immediately noticed. The price for a tune-up varies depending on what part of the country you are in, but they typically run $50. Any cyclist will appreciate the gift, as it is something that most cyclists pay out of pocket each year.

Bike Lights – Another great gift for cyclists are bike lights. While many cyclists ride at night at least occasionally-whether it is a dusk ride home from a recreational trail or on the daily commute home from work or school-I see a surprising number of cyclists who ride without bike lights, even though I would argue they are one of the essential cycling accessories. Every cyclist should have a good front and back light to make him or her visible to passing cars. There are a number of different options available from combo sets that include front and back lights (I like the Nashbar 12.0 LED Bicycle Light Combo for a light set that will help basic visibility) to more powerful lights sold individually. For a back light, I have been quite happy the Blackburn Voyager 4.0 Headlight. While a bit pricey at $69.99, it is incredibly bright (it also features both a solid and flash mode) and comes with a rechargeable battery that lasts for 6-11 hours. For a rear light, I like the Planet Bike Superflash Tail Light. For a few dollars more than a standard rear light, the Plant Bike Superflash offers a ½ watt LED and 2 standard LEDs. Combined, the three LEDs are brighter than many standard rear lights. It comes with a mounting bracket that easily attaches to most seat posts.

Frame Pump – If the cyclist on your list is like me, they probably have biked for years without a frame pump. In practice, that means that they have probably experienced long walks home because they have gotten a flat either out on the trail or out on the town and have been unable to pump up their tire. I always avoided frame pumps because many of the options I have seen barely worked, but last year I purchased the Park Tools Dial Adjust Frame Pump. Unlike many frame pumps, it is easy to pump up your tire due to its larger size. Moreover, it adjusts to easily fit along the top tube of many different bikes and it has valves for both Schrader and Presta tubes. It’s a great gift for cyclists and one that any cyclist will surely appreciate.

Bike Helmet – Along with bike lights, bike helmets are another one of those cycling accessories that every cyclist should have yet doesn’t. Numerous studies have shown that bike helmets can significantly reduce the risk of injury or death in falls and collisions, yet many cyclists choose not to wear them. If the cyclist on your list does not have a helmet, this is the best cycling gift you can purchase. There are a number of different helmets on the market. While picking a helmet can be a matter of personal preference, I have always thought the Giro brand helmets offer good protection for the money (I have hit my head a few times while wearing them and been fine). For example, the Giro Xen Helmet 2007 offers good protection with a low-profile design that comes in a number of different color combinations. I’d go with the black, as it hides dirt much better than the other colors.

Chrome Messenger Bag – If the cyclist on your list is a commuter, a Chrome Messenger Bag is one of the best cycling gifts that they could ever receive. Chrome bags are incredibly rugged-and most importantly-are waterproof. I have carried my laptop through downpours and snowstorms and not had a single drop of water get into my bag. In addition to being design for function, the Chrome bags are also quite stylish-they come in a variety of colors and have a main strap that fastens with a seatbelt. They come in three different sizes, but I would recommend the largest-the Chrome Metropolis-as it has plenty of room for a commuter to carry all that they need.

Any amateur to experienced cyclist would appreciate any of the cycling gifts mentioned above. Moreover, because they are gifts that provide important functions-whether they be lights for safety or messenger bags for commuting-you can be sure that a of these gifts will actually be used by their recipient.

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5 Best Historians to Write Books

History is all around us; happening, even now! The immediacy which information and by extension history are available to us, may allow the modern individual to take history on its surface for granted. History may be like fine wine or aged cheese; only appreciated after giving it careful consideration and plenty of gestation time. Historians are hard to pin down because, in a way, anyone who writes down words transcribing thoughts or events is a ‘historian.’ However some are more opinionated, informed, or studied than others; many just have a better vantage point from which to record history. Regardless, here are five of the finest historians to write and the books they wrote in on.

William Bennett: America: The Last Best Hope: While some may not share his political leanings, there can be no real argument over the way William Bennett can catalog history. In America: The Last Best Hope (2006), Bennett methodically hits the highs and lows of this nation of ours with equal zeal. Bennett was a converted democrat who worked in the administration of President Reagan and even though there have been many shortcomings in the American democratic experiment, Bennett argues that it is still better than any alternative. No matter how dissatisfied we are with our government, it may be important to remember that fact.

Ralph Waldo Emerson: (Nature, Self-Reliance, Politics, Experience…) Ralph Waldo Emerson was about as important a figure in history as any other. His own feelings on Nature, Self-Reliance, Politics, and Experience made for great essays; they also became the basis for the transcendentalist movement in history. While some may look to his writings and consider them “present tense for their time,” Emerson’s contribution to history was his looking forward and establishing his own individual school of thought which remains borne out to this day. For that fact alone Emerson can’t be denied a place as historian.

Chris Matthews: (Life’s a Campaign, Hardball, etc…): Chris Matthews is a political junkie’s best friend. His own place working in the staff of a number of congressional figures as well as speechwriter for President Carter made him just as much a part of the history he wrote about as an observer. Fortunately for readers, Matthews is able to keep a balanced disposition; some liberals call him too far right; some hawks call him far too dovish. Whatever your feelings about Matthews political leanings, his astute study of modern and distant past political history is worth mentioning.

Thomas E Mann & Norman J Ornstein (The Broken Branch: How Congress Is Failing America and How to Get It Back on Track): Congress impacts all of our lives; yet so few of us really have any idea how Congress works, what they do, or what it is they are talking about for hours upon hours on CSPAN. Thomas E Mann and Norman J Ornstein have put their stamp on recent history by pulling back the curtain on the machinations of Congress and their “arbitrary and authortarian leadership.” Whether the authors are writing about Tom Delay, Jack Abramoff, Jim Wright, Harriet Miers, or warrantless wiretapping, all have their own individual stamp on the excesses of Congress and each are ousted in The Broken Branch.

Ben Ginsberg (The American Lie): As far as politicians go, Ben Ginsberg isn’t impressed. His astute book, The American Lie is a soberingly funny take on how much politicians have indeed lied. While many of these books about history and historians have been about politics, Ben Ginsberg is very quick to see how much politics affects all of our lives and how funny and sad it all is.

While historians continually are writing about all things present in real time, these five writers have done a fine job commenting on the moment and delivering insights in stunning clarity. While there were plenty of other historians which could have made this list, these five were mine!

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5 Best Landscaping Companies in Reno, Nevada

Is your lawn fading? Are your flowers drooping? Does your community have water restrictions? Reno, Nevada has many landscape professionals to help you create your home garden oasis. From lush green lawns to low water usage desert style landscapes; you can have the dream yard you’ve always imagined. Your yard is your sanctuary, it’s where you entertain, it’s where you escape. Whether bar-b-quing with family or swaying in a hammock on a warm summer evening you want your landscape to be appealing. Summer is here and you are ready for change! I’ve researched 5 landscape companies in the city of Reno, Nevada, each offering its own unique touches on gardening and landscaping specifically catered to this region of the country. Whether you live in the lush green Pleasant Valley or the dry high desert in the Virginia City Highlands you can work with these companies to create your private high desert escape.

Whether you want a complete yard overhaul, or would like to add a trickling fountain, some pavers, or have a greener lawn with a water saving subterrain sprinkler system – these companies can provide you the services you desire.

5 Best Landscaping Companies in Reno, Nevada

Advanced Lawn & Landscape located at 127 E. Pueblo in Reno, Nevada specializes in many phases of landscape from yard maintenance to yard overhaul. Advanced Lawn & Landscape has been beautifying Reno for over 20 years and has every aspect of your yard accounted for. Lush greens to a rainbow of colorful florals, elegant pavers to flowing waterfalls you know you’re in good hands with Advanced.

Moana Nursery located at 1100 W Moana Ln, Reno, NV is one of Reno’s most well known garden centers. Moana Nursery has been landscaping the town since 1967. The employees at Moana are friendly and professional offering you advice based on where you live in the Reno area. They know that climates change within a short distance and will help you choose plants and yard decor the best suited to your region.

Premier Landscaping, Inc. located at 4701 North Virginia Street, Reno, NV was established in 1990 and takes pride in providing affordable landscape needs to their clients. Offering services from simple drip systems to intricate lighting Premier Landscaping believes that successful employees are key to providing customers happy with their completed work.

Reno Green Landscaping, Inc. has been creating beauty in the Reno area since 1975. From emergency repair to full yard renovation and restoration you’ll find that over 33 years in the industry moves mountains when it comes to beauty, elegance and attention to detail. Reno Green Landscaping does it all and will surely provide the services any home owner could want and need.

Reno Lawn & Landscape located at 850 Maestro Drive, Ste. 100 Reno, NV can do it all from arbors and decks to lawns and sprinklers. Reno Lawn & Landscape opened in 1983 and is an award winning Reno landscape company receiving the top honor from the Reno Landscape Association each year from 1995 through 2003. Reno Lawn & Landscape takes pride in their team and commits to customer satisfaction.

So if you are seeking stepping stones to your dream garden or a clean, well lighted place on your patio or even some simply shrubs to create a wall of privacy these fabulous 5 are sure to do the trick. Anything you can imagine can become your reality in the world of color and design!

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5 Best Drugstore Facial Toners for Summer

Toners are an essential part of every beauty regiment because they help to deep clean the pores and can rebalance the skin after a cleansing and exfoliation session. During the summer season, you will need to use a facial toner day and night to ward off breakouts and keep your skin looking fresh, toned and glowing. If you’re on a tight budget, you can find several high quality facial toners at your favorite drugstore. Here are just five of the best drugstore facial toners to try out this summer season:

#1: Alba Hawaiian Hibiscus Facial Toner
If you have very sensitive skin or your skin is red and inflamed from the summer sun, stick with a natural toner that contains skin toning enzymes and calming, moisturizing ingredients. The Alba Hawaiian Hibiscus Facial Toner is made with 100 percent vegetarian ingredients and is pH balanced. You can use it day and night to restore lost moisture and give your skin a much-needed boost.

#2: Dickinson’s Original Witch Hazel Pore Perfecting Toner
If you want to maintain your youthful glow this summer, invest in a toner that will not only remove makeup and dirt from the pores, but also helps to tighten the skin. Dickinson’s Original Witch Hazel Pore Perfecting Toner is 100 percent with hazel, and works to tighten and refine the pores, while also locking in moisture. You can use it day and night immediately after cleansing.

#3: Neutrogena Clear Pore Oil Eliminating Astringent
If you have very oily skin or are breaking out frequently during the summer season, try the Neutrogena Clear Pore Oil Eliminating Astringent at least once per day. This dermatologist-recommended formulation will deep clean the pores without over drying it, and it does contain a high concentration of witch hazel extract to clear out dirt and toxins. This particular toner also contains salicylic acid, an acne medication that may help to keep acne-prone skin under control.

#4: L’Oreal Dermo-Expertise HydraFresh Toner
If you work out regularly or spend a lot of time outdoors, you may need a quick skin refresher in the middle of the day to prevent breakouts. Try the L’Oreal Dermo-Expertise HydraFresh Toner when you’re on the go, and you can keep your skin under control regardless of the temperature. The nondrying formula is 99 percent alcohol-free, and promises to help you achieve smoother, brighter skin with regular use.

#5: Olay Refreshing Toner
The Olay Refreshing Toner is designed for all skin types and contains a high concentration of witch hazel, which acts as a natural astringent to calm down the skin while reducing the risk of breakouts. The toner also contains aloe juice which can help to soothe troubled skin that’s been exposed to too much sun.

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