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    stretch marks
  • Streaks or stripes on the skin, esp. on the abdomen, caused by distension of the skin from obesity or during pregnancy
  • (stretch mark) a narrow band resulting from tension on the skin (as on abdominal skin after pregnancy)
  • Stretch marks or striae (singular stria), as they are called in dermatology, are a form of scarring on the skin with an off-color hue. They are caused by tearing of the dermis, and over time can diminish but not disappear completely.
  • (strech marks) — Lines you get on your skin when it stretches. During pregnancy, you may get stretch marks on your belly, thighs, breasts and bottom.
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  • The combination of qualities that form a person's temperament
  • Cosmetics such as lipstick or powder applied to the face, used to enhance or alter the appearance
  • The composition or constitution of something
  • constitute: form or compose; "This money is my only income"; "The stone wall was the backdrop for the performance"; "These constitute my entire belonging"; "The children made up the chorus"; "This sum represents my entire income for a year"; "These few men comprise his entire army"
  • makeup: an event that is substituted for a previously cancelled event; "he missed the test and had to take a makeup"; "the two teams played a makeup one week later"
  • constitution: the way in which someone or something is composed
  • (cover) screen: a covering that serves to conceal or shelter something; "a screen of trees afforded privacy"; "under cover of darkness"; "the brush provided a covert for game"; "the simplest concealment is to match perfectly the color of the background"
  • (cover) blanket: bedding that keeps a person warm in bed; "he pulled the covers over his head and went to sleep"
  • Scatter a layer of loose material over (a surface, esp. a floor), leaving it completely obscured
  • Put something such as a cloth or lid on top of or in front of (something) in order to protect or conceal it
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make up that covers stretch marks - Urban Skintrition
Urban Skintrition Stretch Mark Cream with Shea Butter, Vitamin E, C, added Skin Tighteners and Collagen Repair (Professionally Formulated) 4 oz
Urban Skintrition Stretch Mark Cream with Shea Butter, Vitamin E, C, added Skin Tighteners and Collagen Repair (Professionally Formulated) 4 oz
Urban Skintrition manufactures results oriented products to enhance the appearance of skin. We combine pure ingredients with the latest breakthroughs in cosmetic science to create gentle formulas that reveal younger, healthier and more vibrant skin. Our dedication lies in offering the highest quality skin care products with the best values to our customers. Urban Skintrition is an advanced stretch mark therapy specially formulated from a blend of Shea Butter, Vitamin A, C, & E, and skin tightening antioxidants to prevent and restore skins natural elasticity and luster. Women and men of all ages are finding Urban Skintrition as a breakthrough solution for stretch marks-the result of weight gain, aging, body building, and child birth. Safe to use everyday, Urban Skintrition provides results within weeks of continued use. Shea Butter provides 12-hour moisture while the specially formulated blend of vitamins helps to enhance the rejuvenation process. Provide your skin with the nutrition it needs. While many people see results within 2 weeks we recommend using for at least 2 months daily to see the full effect.

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my Memphis Flyer cover shot of John Ruskey
my Memphis Flyer cover shot of John Ruskey
This is the Dec. 7, 2000, issue of the Memphis Flyer. I wrote the cover feature (and took photos) about Mississippi River guide John Ruskey. I was juggling a paddle, a tape recorder and a Canon AE1 during the half-day float. Article text: Memphis Flyer - Issue # 616 "River Rat: John Ruskey brings adventure tourism to the Mississippi River" text and photos by Gary Bridgman Even though I could see the line of immense standing waves from a distance -- looking like the vertebrae of some impossibly large skeleton rising from the Mississippi River's bed -- I was still literally stunned when our aluminum canoe veered out of the trough and up the face of the first wave. One minute we were riding the Mississippi's smooth current past a tugboat laboring upstream behind several acres of iron ore piled atop its barges. The next, we willingly point our canoe across the tug's 5,600-horsepower wake into the frothy, 8-foot high, chocolate milk waves. Blue sky ... muddy water ... blue sky ... muddy water ... those are the only clear images I can take in as we smack into the troughs and careen over the crests. I half expect to see Anthony Sherrod, the guide at the front of the canoe, stand up with a harpoon, ready to gig a whale. Instead, the Clarksdale High School sophomore clamps his hands to the gunwales and lets fly with an altogether appropriate roller-coaster scream. I was distracted from this adrenaline circus by a conversation taking place several hundred yards behind us. John Ruskey, steering in the back of the canoe, had turned up the volume on the VHF walkie-talkie strapped to his life jacket in order to hear some chatter between the tug pilots we had just passed. "Did you know the life expectancy of a tugboat pilot is about 55?" one captain says. "Naw, I didn't," replies the other, in the kicked-bucket drawl common to the trade. The two sound oblivious to the plight of three men in a canoe, bobbing in their wake like cast-off bait. "Yeah, the incidence of heart attacks is about 10 times the national average! Just take a look around ... you don't see anyone over 55 out here." "Yeah, I need to do some exercise, too." John Ruskey, 37, has been giving tours on the Mississippi River for two years, operating Quapaw Canoe Company from his home in Clarksdale. His most popular guided expeditions cover the isolated stretches of the river between Mhoon Landing (remember Splash Casino?) and Rosedale, Mississippi. The Mississippi Delta has always had its share of eccentrics, but you've got to hand it to a man who will show up on the Oxford Square on a Friday night wearing both a coonskin cap and a straight face. Canoe outfitters tend to be individualists, but most guides don't take you down major waterways in a homemade cypress canoe. He'll swim in any water not covered in ice, and he's less likely to wear shoes in the winter than even Prince Mongo. Unusual, sure, but he has a knack for sharing his adventurous life with others. While Ruskey's clients have come from Europe, Asia, and South America, his most pleasantly surprised paddlers are usually from the Mid-South. "They are amazed by the size of the sandbars -- which are like ocean beaches -- and the expanse of the wilderness," Ruskey says. "There are some beautiful places along the Mississippi to drag the canoe ashore and explore, or to work on an 'island tan.' "The largest contiguous expanse of bottomland hardwood forest in America is at Big Island," Ruskey continues, "opposite Rosedale at the mouth of the Arkansas River. I've made a lot of camps on the sand down there ... good hiking." Good stories, too. Everything between the Rockies and the Appalachians that isn't nailed down seems to work its way into the Mississippi River, and Ruskey himself is no exception. It wasn't the smell of camp coffee and bacon or the diesel-tinged adrenaline rush of barge-wake surfing that lured Ruskey to the Mississippi River from his native Denver. It was the quieter passages from a book written 125 years ago, like the one describing the river just before sunrise: The first thing to see, looking away over the water, was a kind of dull line -- that was the woods on t'other side; you couldn't make nothing else out; then a pale place in the sky; then more paleness spreading around; then the river softened up away off, and warn't black any more, but gray; you could see little dark spots drifting along ever so far away -- trading scows, and such things; and long black streaks -- rafts; sometimes you could hear a sweep screaking; or jumbled up voices, it was so still, and sounds come so far ... The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn hooked him on the idea of floating the river when he was still in high school. "I didn't know anything about the Mississippi. All's I knew is that Huck and Jim floated it," he says. "They built a raft,
Saint Mark - Brancoveanu Monastery
Saint Mark - Brancoveanu Monastery
VISION OF SHADRACH, ON THE SECOND COMING The Word of the holy and blessed Shadrach concerning love and concerning repentance and Orthodox Christians, and concerning the Second Coming of our Lord Jesus Christ. Lord give your blessing. 1. Beloved, let us prefer nothing in honour except sincere love: for in many things we stumble every day and night and hour. And for this reason let us gain love, for it covers a multitude of sins: for what is the profit, my children, if we have all things, and have not saving love. . . O blessed love, supplier of all good things. Blessed is the man who has gained the true faith and sincere love, according as the Master said, there is no greater love than this that a man should lay down his life for his friend. 2. And invisibly he received a voice in his ears: Come here, Shadrach, since you wish and desire to converse with God and ask of him that he may reveal to you whatever you wish to ask. And Shadrach said: What, sir? And the voice said to him: I was sent to you to raise you here into heaven. And he said: I desired to speak mouth to mouth with God: I am not fit, sir, to come into heaven. And stretching out his wings he took him up and he came into heaven to the very flame, and he set him as high as the third heaven, and in it stood the flame of the divinity. 3. And the Lord said to him: Welcome, my beloved Shadrach: What suit have you against God who created you, that you said, I desired to speak face to face with God? Shadrach said to him: Yes, truly, the son has a suit with the Father: my Lord, why did you make the earth? The Lord said to him: For man's sake. Shadrach said: And why did you make the sea? Why did you scatter every good thing on the earth? The Lord said to him: For man's sake. Shadrach said to him: If you did these things, why will you destroy him? And the Lord said: Man is my work and the creature of my hands, and I discipline him as I find good. 4. Shadrach said to him: Chastisement and fire are your discipline: they are did you make him, my Lord? Why did you weary your undefiled hands and create man, since you did not intend to have mercy on him? God said to him: I made Adam the first creature and placed him in Paradise in the midst of the tree of life and said to him: Eat of all the fruits, but beware of the tree of life: for if you eat of it, you shall die the death. But he transgressed my commandment, and being beguiled by the devil ate of the tree. 5. Shadrach said to him: Of your will Adam was beguiled, my Lord: you command your angels to make approach to Adam, and the first of the angels himself transgressed your commandment and did not make approach to him, and you did banish him, because he transgressed your commandment and did not make any approach to the work of your hands: if you loved man, why did you not slay the devil, the worker of unrighteousness? Who is able to fight an invisible spirit? And he as a smoke enters into the hearts of men and teaches them every sin: he fights against you, the immortal God, and what can wretched man then do to him? But have mercy, O Lord, and stop the punishments: but if not, count me also with the sinners: if you will have no mercy on the sinners, where are your mercies, where is your compassion, O Lord? 6. God said to him: Be it known to you that I ordered all things to be pleasing to him: I gave him understanding and made him the heir of heaven and earth, and I subjected all things to him, and every living thing flees from him and from before his face: but he, having received of mine, became alien, adulterous, and sinful: tell me, what father, having given his son his portion, when he takes his substance and leaves his father and goes away and becomes an alien and serves an alien, when the father sees that the son has deserted him, does not darken his heart, and does not the father go and take his substance and banish him from his glory because he deserted his father? And how have I, the wonderful and jealous God, given him everything, and he having received these things has become an adulterer and a sinner? 7. Shadrach said to him: you, O Lord, did create man. You knew of what sort of mind he was and of what sort of knowledge we are, and you make it a cause for punishment: but cast him forth; for shall not I alone fill up the heavenly places? But if that is not to be so save man too, O Lord. Shadrach? I created Adam and his wife and the sun and said: Behold each other how bright he is, and the wife of Adam is brighter in the beauty of the moon and he was the giver of her life. Shadrach said: but of what profit are beauties if they die away into the earth? How did you say, O Lord, you shall not return evil for evil? How is it, O Lord? the word of your divinity never lies, and why do you retaliate on man? or do you not in so doing render evil for evil? I know that among the quadrupeds there is no other so devious and unreasonable as the mule. But we strike it with the bridle when we wish: and y

make up that covers stretch marks
make up that covers stretch marks
Bio-Oil, 2-Ounce Bottle
Bio-Oil is a specialist skincare product that is recommended for scars, stretch marks, uneven tone, aging and dehydrated skin. It is formulated for use on both the face and body. Bio-Oil contains the breakthrough ingredient PurCellin Oil which helps ensure the targeted delivery of its key ingredients: Vitamins A and E; Lavender, Calendula and Rosemary oils and Chamomile extract. Bio-Oil is recommended for: Scars - Helps reduce the appearance of both new and old scars by improving the condition of skin with scar tissue; Stretch Marks - Helps prevent stretch marks during periods of rapid change in body size as pregnancy, adolescence and weight loss. Helps reduce the appearance of existing stretch marks; Uneven Skin Tone - Helps reduce the appearance of pigmentation marks and blemishes; Aging Skin - Helps smooth and tone sagging and wrinkled skin by helping to improve the skin's elasticity; Dehydrated Skin - Helps protect against the drying effects of water and climate; lubricates and relieves dry or chapped skin; Daily Skincare - Specialist intensive moisturizer. Soothing after-sun treatment. Ideal as a bath oil. Non-greasy. Rapidly absorbed. Suitable for all ages. No preservatives. Made in USA.

Bio-Oil is an award-winning specialist skincare product that is clinically proven to improve the appearance of scars, pregnancy stretch marks, and uneven skin tone. Thanks to PurCellin Oil, a proprietary laboratory copy of the preen gland oil of ducks, Bio-Oil is also effective for many other skin conditions such as aging and dehydrated skin.

Bio-Oil features:
Clinically proven formula to reduce appearance of scars and stretch marks.
Moisturizing and enhancing vitamins and oils.
Non-acnegenic and hypo-allergenic ingredients.
Proprietary PurCellin Oil that helps targeted absorption into the skin.

The Bio-Oil formula comprises a special mix of plant oils and vitamins. View larger.

PurCellin Oil allows for targeted absorption into the skin. View larger.
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Specially Formulated With PurCellin Oil
Bio-Oil includes the breakthrough ingredient PurCellin Oil, a recreation of the preen gland oil of ducks. During preening, a duck secretes oil from its preen gland and distributes it over its entire plumage in the familiar twisted-neck action that one often associates with ducks. This oil creates a thin, non-greasy layer on the surface of the feathers without which water would not pearl off and the bird would struggle to swim. This ingredient acts as a delivery system for Bio-Oil's other ingredients, improving spreadability and allowing for targeted absorption into the skin.
Also, because oil contains no oxygen, it provides an exceptional storage environment for vitamins. Bio-Oil includes many beneficial skin ingredients such as Vitamin A, Vitamin E, calendula oil, lavender oil, rosemary oil, and chamomile oil. This mix of plant oils and vitamins has been clinically shown to be beneficial to the skin.
Effective on Scars and Stretch Marks
Bio-Oil helps improve the appearance of all types of scars and is also highly effective in helping maintain elasticity of scar tissue on joints and other high-mobility areas, including stretch marks. Ideal for pregnant women, particularly in their second and third trimesters, Bio-Oil is the product most recommended by UK pharmacists to help reduce the appearance of scars, stretch marks, and pregnancy stretch marks.
Great for Skin Tone and Dry Skin
Bio-Oil helps improve the appearance of uneven skin tone caused by excessive sun, hormonal fluctuations, or skin-lighteners. Sagging and wrinkled skin that is associated with aging also benefits from Bio-Oil. Much wrinkled and sagging skin is caused by the weakening of the collagen and elastin support system in the dermis. Bio-Oil helps soften and smooth the skin, making it more supple and reducing the appearance of wrinkles.
Bio-Oil also does a wonderful job at moisturizing and has sufficient moisturizing properties so as to render an additional moisturizer unnecessary.
Non-Acnegenic and Hypo-Allergenic
Bio-Oil is a non-acnegenic and hypo-allergenic product, meaning it has a decreased tendency to cause allergies and acne, and it is safe for use on sensitive skin.