Soul City Institute for Social Justice - Using a combination of mass media, social mobilisation and advocacy, we aim to improve the quality of life and health of people in Southern Africa through strengthening individuals, communities and society based on active citizenship and principles of social justice. It is driven by the recognition that human rights are fundamental to health and development.
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This really evens out the tone and color of my skin without having to use very much. It sinks in like a moisturizer and looks like natural skin. I have searched for awhile, looking for something that looks/feels like this. I am very happy with the results and will recommend this to anyone.
Great sturdy product fits right into my bob stroller. I can't say anything bad about this item. I love it
I use this product for pole exercise. It works fine; however, the bottle amount isn't worth the money. I'm going to find another brand.
Took some getting used to as it is not like my old fit bit and it doesn't measure daily steps etc. It is much more geared up for training and improving technique, I use it for cycling and am finding it very helpful.
Great quality, good instructions, arrived 3 days early. Inside front screw holes do not line up with holes on truck...had to drill about 1/4 inch out to secure bottom of mud flaps. They don't tell you that though.
Great affordable smart outlets. These work flawlessly with Echo. The only caveat is that you need to do the proper setup with the TPLINK Kasa app on a mobile device that is connected to your network. You setup the outlets on your network via the Kasa app and THEN and only THEN can you successfully setup the connection to your Echo via the Alexa mobile app. Once the setup was completed on the TP-Link/Kasa side, adding it to echo was a snap. Worked flawlessly with Alexa ever since. I use it for a standing lamp and for the air conditioner. It also helps to name the items in a basic way. keep it simple. I tried to just use "AC" for the air conditioner and found that alexa had a hard time with that. Maybe if i spelled it phonetically it would work better, but i just opted for "Air Conditioner" and Alexa understands that without any issue at all. So just be sure to follow the instructions for the TP-Link first and get it setup on your home network with the Kasa App and then move onto the process of adding it to the Echo and things should work out. I want to buy these things every time they are on sale but have a hard time justifying it to my wife and/or finding a device to connect to it haha.