Saturday, October 9, 2021

Happy Halloween Everyone!

It’s Halloween time again and this year we have something that fits the mood, our Blood Orange which was released a few months back. I never did make a true Halloween shaving soap for this holiday but this one comes pretty close if you ask me. 

This is a true-to-life Blood Orange created with natural essential oils - This scent has a fresh citrus aroma, a full-bodied fragrance with top notes of Bergamot, Grapefruit. Middle Notes of Orange, with undertones of Green orange tree leaves. For those of you wondering what the base note was in our guess the base note game well, it’s Cedar. 

In the video this week we take a look at 3 different ways to lather soft soaps. We do a face lather followed by a brush. Then we did a brush lather alone and finally a bowl lather. This all came about because someone asking how this was done. Asking questions like this not only helps the individual but the group as well. We have many people too shy to speak up because they think they might be seen as a newbie. So they never ask, get frustrated and when things don’t work out they give up. So please, ask me questions this also gives me content that you want to see and when this happens we all win. 

Also, this week's video goes into something that I’m sure everyone will experience at least once in their lifetime. Last Friday I received some packages which seemed like they came from Amazon I didn’t remember ordering anything and upon opening them I realized something was not right. I rushed into my office and turn on the computer to examine my Amazon account I saw nothing had been ordered. I called support and they verified this. Next, I logged into my bank and saw the charges from one of my credit cards. I got on the phone with the bank and was transferred over to the credit card fraud dept. They closed the credit card and issued a new one. I was told by Amazon that they didn’t need me to send back anything and so, the next day after returning from work another group of packages arrived. These and the ones from the day before had all charges dropped. So now what do I do with them? I brought them to work and said if anybody can use them please feel free and within 1 min all the items had gone to people who could use them. (children’s clothes) 

During my conversation about what happened, I was told this kind of thing goes on every day all year round and they added this type of crime is increasing. I can’t imagine how much money is lost to this kind of thing it's mind-blowing. So who foots the bill when a thief uses your credit card or its number to illegally buy stuff? The short answer is it's typically the merchant where you bought something or the bank that issued the credit card. 


Let's Be Safe Out There

Don Youngner

Wet The Face

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