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Big Tomato Company Obsessive Compulsive creamware mug

Big Tomato Company Obsessive Compulsive creamware mug

Big Tomato Company Obsessive Compulsive creamware mug

  • Glossy English Creamware large mug for tea or coffee
  • OBSESSIVE COMPULSIVE printed in glossy red on both sides
  • Gift Box included
  • Dishwasher safe. Mug H 10cm x W 8.5cm
  • Matches other items in the Big Tomato Company range

High quality English Creamware mug from the Big Tomato Company English Eccentrics range. Makes a great present and comes with gift box!
Quirky, fun and collectible award winning range. Create a retro kitchen vibe with matching products from mugs, butter dishes to storage jars. All Big Tomato products are made in England in Stoke-on-Trent, the home of English ceramics.

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Agein Corporation, a Leading Anti-Aging Company, Responds to Study Showing People Continue to Use Tanning Beds Despite Known Risks


Boston, MA (PRWEB) February 20, 2014

Agein.com, the Internets premier anti-aging web site focusing on anti-aging tips, news, and advice from some of the foremost experts in the industry, is releasing its expert opinion on a recent survey showing people continue to use tanning beds despite the known risks.

Researchers out of Bowling Green State University are trying to determine whether tanning should be classified as an addiction. Of the 533 people in the study, 31% met the criteria for tanning dependence and 12% for problematic tanning. The researchers have suggested that some people who engage in excessive tanning might suffer from obsessive-compulsive (OCD) and body dysmorphic disorders (BDD). (Source: Addicted to tanning? People keep tanning despite known risks, ScienceDaily.com, February 19, 2014; http://www.sciencedaily.com/releases/2014/02/140219102230.htm.)

The anti-aging experts at Agein.com understand that the authors of the study are not saying that tanning is an addiction, but that further research should be conducted to ascertain why some people tan excessively despite knowing the long-term damage it can cause.

According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, people who begin tanning before the age of 35 have a 75% increased risk of developing melanoma, the deadliest form of skin caner. Melanoma is also the most fatal form of cancer for younger women ages 25 to 29. Using tanning beds also increases the risk of wrinkles and eye damage and changes skin texture. (Source: Skin Cancer, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention web site, February 19, 2014; http://www.cdc.gov/cancer/skin/basic_info/indoor_tanning.htm.)

While many like the idea of indoor tanning beds because it gives them a healthy glow, especially during the dark days of winter, says Dr. Kevin J. McLaughlin, Agein.coms Anti-Aging Expert. However, overexposure can lead to long-term health effects on the skin, eyes, and immune system,

Overall in the U.S. today, more than 35% of adults report using a tanning bed, along with 59% of college students and 17% of teens. On top of that, its reported that 32% of twelfth-grade girls have used a tanning bed. While six states, including California, Illinois, Nevada, and Texas, have banned indoor tanning for people under age 18, many other states are considering banning the practice for teens. (Source: Szabo, L., Tanning beds used by more than a third, study finds, USA Today web site, January 31, 2014; http://www.usatoday.com/story/news/nation/2014/01/29/indoor-tanning-increase/5028431/.)

Everyone likes to look good and feel healthy; but that can come at a cost. While tans look nice, theres too much evidence showing the short-term benefits do not outweigh the long-term risks, Dr. McLaughlin notes. For those not comfortable in their own skin, theres nothing wrong with reaching for a spray-on tan or bronzer. On top of that, be sure to add a moisturizer to your daily personal care routine.

For the healthiest looking skin, Dr. McLaughlin recommends using an anti-wrinkle cream that includes Alpine rose plant stem cell extract to reduce visibility of wrinkles and peptides, such as Matrixyl 3000 to stimulate the production of collagen and Argireline to reduce the appearance of expression lines.

About Agein.com: The companys goal is to inspire and coach readers to adapt an anti-aging lifestyle that suits their individual needs. Its anti-aging experts offer education on diet, fitness, and skin care and how all of these areas affect the way people look and feel. Agein.com also provides information on all of the latest advances in anti-aging research, the hottest anti-aging trends in Hollywood, and beauty tips. Agein.com will equip readers with all of the tools they need to make the right anti-aging lifestyle choices. To learn more about Agein Corporation, visit the companys web site at http://www.Agein.com.







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Colorado Tea Company, The Tea Spot, Introduces a Premium Tea Gift Set of Locally-Inspired “Rocky Mountain High” Teas


Boulder, CO (PRWEB) January 14, 2014

The Tea Spot announces today the expansion of its premium tea collections with a new tea gift selected to facilitate relaxation and a feeling of wellness, especially at high altitude. Named Rocky Mountain High, the launch of this tea collection is perfectly timed to offer an alternative natural product for Coloradans and others seeking an enhanced feeling of well-being.

The development of The Tea Spots line of locally-inspired handcrafted Colorado teas begins with select whole leaf teas. All premium tea leaves find their origin in the Camellia sinensis plant. The tea leaf contains phenolic compounds, vitamins, minerals, amino acids, and caffeine, amongst other compounds. When being processed into a finished oolong, black, white, or green tea, the various compounds in the Camellia sinensis leaves are transformed by oxidation. The resulting tea products therefore have differing chemical and flavor profiles.

Select premium whole leaf teas and herbs are often chosen to be consumed for wellness, and a host of relaxation benefits. Some of the naturally-occurring compounds in tea leaves are associated with feelings of euphoria and a state of calm alertness. Specifically, theanine is used as a mental and physical relaxant that does not induce drowsiness, and is used for treating anxiety and high blood pressure; and theobromine, which remains in the blood stream much longer than caffeine, is sometimes used as a mild antidepressant and aphrodisiac.

The three premium tea blends included in The Tea Spots Rocky Mountain High collection are:

Red Rocks – The Tea Spots best-selling caffeine-free herbal infusion is a blend South African red rooibos, vanilla, and roasted almond bits.

Climbers High – This energy boosting chai tea blend of teas, spices and herbs is formulated to provide a physical and mental lift for people with active, high-energy lifestyles, especially at higher altitudes. This spiced chai tea contains roasted yerba mate, black tea, green tea, white tea, pu-erh, ginger root, cinnamon, green cardamom, licorice root, eleuthero root, saffron, black pepper, clove, fennel, safflowers, peppermint, tulsi leaf, and vanilla flavoring.

Boulder Blues – The Tea Spots best-selling green tea is a blend of fine Japanese Sencha and high grade Chinese Dragonwell with wild strawberry and rhubarb flavors for a subtle twist.

The Rocky Mountain High tea collection retails in a gift box for $ 29.95 15 percent off the price of the individual tea tins. To launch the new collection, The Tea Spot is offering an initial 20 percent discount off the price of the items combined for one week starting today. This discount is available to all shoppers at The Tea Spots online tea store, http://www.theteaspot.com.

About the Tea Spot:

The Tea Spot is a leading producer of handcrafted loose leaf teas and creator of Steepware

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