When you are trying to find the right magician to hire for your kids party, you have a lot to think about. Male? Female? Tall? Short? Uses animals? Doesn’t use animals? These are all important, but I believe there are two kinds of new york magicians you want to avoid hiring at all costs for your kids party, regardless of all these other considerations. I’ll explain.
Your first concern when you hire your magician is whether he is serious or not. If your magician is serious about what he does, you will probably get a great magic show. If not, probably not. How do you know if they are serious? Read on.
The first kind of magician you don’t want to hire is a part time magician. This should be obvious, but I continue to be surprised by how many people keep making this basic mistake. If a magician is part time, it is almost certain that they are using it as a hobby. You don’t want a hobbyist, you want a professional magician. Professional magicians are committed.
Second, don’t hire a clown that also does magic. if you do, you are getting a magician that probably can’t sell his services only as a magician. Maybe he isn’t good enough. Maybe he can’t entertain the kids. What ever it is, there is almost no way a professional magician will water down his act by being a clown.
As the years go by, women around the world are learning more and more how really bad for you these so-called “normal” skin care products. If you are starting to see this for yourself, then you might want to check out USDA certified organic skin care products. Even if you buy products that are labeled as “organic”, you can’t always trust that. In fact, your skin care products you buy at your store, even the ones labeled “organic”, can have a significant amount of non-organic ingredients in them.
So that’s the first blunder. When you make your purchase for your skin care, you can’t just pick up the first thing labeled organic and throw it in your basket. You have to make sure that you are buying only certified organic skin care products. Certified means that your skin care product is at least 95% all organic in its ingredients. No ambiguity there.
Second, you don’t want to make the mistake of not reading that label. If you read your label’s ingredients, you can sniff out any tomfoolery going on. There is a stark difference between natural and un-natural ingredients, and just reading them tells you that difference. Long chemical combinations and hormone based ingredients are not what you want out of your skin care products. In your haste to make your purchase, don’t put yourself in jeopardy by missing the mark in your skin care.
There are lots of tests out there for your organic skin care product. Whether it’s making you look good, feels good on your skin, etc…there are really only two tests that matter. If your organic skin care product does not pass these two, then you are out of luck. You can bet that you are ingesting lots of chemicals and hormones that you had no intention (or idea, for that matter) of doing. IS that what you want from your skin care products? IF not, then you need to think about buying only certified organic skin care products. That’s the only way you will avoid this, even if you buy “organic“. Here’s why.
Your “organic” skin care products have to be able to pass two critical tests. If they don’t they probably aren’t organic. I’ll explain.
First, they should pass the “read it” test. If you can’t readily read the list of your ingredients on the back of your skin care product because there are so many 7 syllable and hyphenated words, then you are dealing with a boatload of chemicals. This is not what you want.
Second, the “eat it” test. Since certified organic skin care products are made up of only organic and all natural ingredients, you can eat them. They may not taste good, but you won’t get sick. Think about that; if your skin care products will make you sick, should you spread them on your skin?
Using organic skin care products is a growing trend. If you are one of the growing numbers of women who are beginning to see the light on just what kind of horrific chemicals they are subjecting their bodies to, then you may be just beginning your journey to using organic skin care products. If that sounds like you, then I want to tell you about two improvements you can expect from organics :
First, depending on your level of allergy, you may notice an immediate reduction in your headaches and other assorted irritations (these are from toxins; the effects will increase over time). Certified organic skin care products have no artificial ingredients.
Second, you can expect better performance from your skin care products. Since they are made of only organic ingredients, they act with your body rather than against it.