Nueva Selecta - Distribuidora Farmacéutica Nueva Selecta, medicinas e insumos médicos desde Guayaquil para todo el Ecuador
Country: 126.96.36.199, North America, US
City: -87.6441 Illinois, United States
Mats hold water and are thick enough to protect carpet. Great fit and very happy with this product. Highly recomend
I used 4 sprays and launched my worst in and it couldn't take down the poo pourri. Poo Pourri has me beat 2-0 but I will not give up.
This product is sold by some mysterious huge parent company who has many differently named stores and rebrandings of the exact same products. For example, "Soap and Co" and "Deja Vu" are other versions of "Deep Sea Cosmetics." I think this is done on purpose so that it will harder to research their scams. Anyways, this "peeling gel" DOES NOT exfoliate at all. The glycerin and aloe vera gel are what leave your skin feeling soft and looking good- two very cheap ingredients. The "dead skin" you see is actually plastic. That's why the gel will produce "dead skin" over and over and over without ever leaving your skin feeling raw or scrubbed off. Also why it will produce "dead skin" on literally any surface. I did some cursory research on the ingredients, and here is what I found:
I needed a quick order of 10 check registers to track my checking and debit history, since my bank does not provide these unless I reorder checks. This gave me what I needed quickly for a very reasonable price.
Came on time. First product I could put on my pup, that she didn't react to negatively. Using it because she is loosing her hair. Recommended by her dermatologist. I recommend it, as well.
I have to admit that this is the first PNR that I've ever read in my entire life lol (I'm 28, I know, It sounds like an "eternity" lol) and I LOVED it from the beginning till the end.
I've used the bag on a few 2-3 day trips. In terms of clothing and toiletries, there's more than enough space, and the compression straps keep your clothes from shifting too much. If you are carrying dress shirts, though, they have to be in a packing folder or they'll get squashed. I was hoping the Wingman would be a single bag to replace a carry-on and duffel, but it essentially is a backpack-duffel with a laptop sleeve. There's no way to access any pockets while carrying it, and there's no great place for phone, keys, or pens. The shoulder carry-strap is absurdly long, and shortening it completely still leaves it too low to be comfortable. Essentially I have to use it as a backpack. As a backpack however, the weight distribution is too low, and with no waist belt, it cuts into your neck after a short while. I've always used the 'shoe' compartment on my Co-pilot for toiletries, but when doing so on the Wingman, it gets smashed when I take it off since it's on the bottom. In terms of overall size, there's no way to put in under the seat in front, and I'd be hesitant to put it in the overhead leaving my laptop in it. In terms of construction, the bag is a lighter-weight rip-stop outer, with a nylon interior shell. Unlike the co-pilot, it has no 'body'. Simply put, it's a big, floppy, nylon mess. This wouldn't bother me so much, but unless it's completely fully, it's actually not that easy to zip. The compression straps pull from the sides, so even if the bag is full, the bag is still a little loose, and deforms the zipper paths.