Tropical Chapstick

Tropical Chapstick

With the heat beaming down on my face while riding in the car and just being outside my lips tend to chap and get sore and the Florida weather of warm humidity does not help either so to prevent any further chapping I use Chapstick to keep my lips moisturized and chap free and it reaches the nooks and crannies for an all over moisturizing feeling , Now for a limited time , they have fruity Tropical Paradise Flavors of Watermelon Splash, Mango Sunrise and Aloha Coconut. I am fond of the Watermelon Splash it smelled good and had a lasted quite long and I plan to stock up before they are no longer available, I always have Chapstick on hand, two in the car, one in my purse and each of my girls carry around a tube to help hydrate their lips when needed . Chapstick has many varieties of amazing flavors I’m sure there is one for everyone .and they are available for a great price.

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Talk About Curing #Autism ~ Autism Awareness

Talk About Curing #Autism ~ Autism Awareness

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Help Support Families Affected by Autism During April’s “Autism Action Month”

Talk About Curing Autism (TACA) a national non-profit organization dedicated to educating, empowering and supporting families affected by autism, is holding a series of events during April’s “Autism Action Month” that are geared towards mobilizing caring citizens to take action to support families affected by autism. With 1 in 68 children in the United States diagnosed with autism, support for families is needed more than ever before.

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On Thursday April 23rd, TACA will hold almost 60 “Coffee Talks” around the country. These events provide an opportunity for families to learn about treatment options, be connected with professionals who can help them, obtain scholarships for treatment, and get emotional support from parent mentors.