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Nu Skin Age Loc

Nuskin ageloc

We don’t pretend to be scientists so we have absolutely no idea how the Nu Skin Age Loc serum and cleanser works but what we do know is it produces amazing results. We’re quite picky about skincare at The Consumer Voice and have often overlooked many brands due to the drying natures or unsuitability for combination skins. These leave a ...

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ProCook Cast Iron Cookware

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As I hit my late twenties I began to look lovingly at pans. A concept quite alien to me before, I suddenly realised why my mum often drooled over pans costing a fortune. Following the crowd, I bit the bullet and forked out for a set of saucepans from a leading brand *cough* Crueset. These were a disappointment from the ...

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Home Monitor

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We had quite the debate in TCV Towers when this came in, just what would we use it for? Should we spy on granny at the drinks cabinet? Should we spy on bickering kids to see “who started it” or should we see what really happens in the “man cave” We chose none of the above feeling it was an ...

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Caboo Carrier Review – A Close Parent Equals a Contented Child

Caboo Carrier

I’ve been blessed with three children now, currently aged 5, 12 and 16 while I have numerous nieces and nephews. All of my children are different, in personality and looks. One thing I have learned, through trail and error, is that attachment parenting works. My first born would not leave my side, and we co slept quite happily, much to ...

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Perfect Presents for the Person Who Has Everything

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The Christmas Gift Guides are out in full force with many trying to be a little different this year but what if you don’t want to buy a pair of fluffy socks? There are some great subscription based gift ideas but I wanted to dig a little deeper to look into what was on offer across the internet and how ...

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The Leesa Mattress Review

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We’ve been reviewing mattresses and seeing if they live up to their claims. Do you really need to only buy one for life? Do they really support every joint while being soft and comfortable too? What is better, memory foam or springs, or should we choose a combination? Some have readily agreed to let us test these for ourselves. Leesa ...

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A First Look at Christmas Gifts 2016

The Consumer Voice Christmas Gift Guides

We’ve been testing out products that we believe could be a big seller this Christmas. In no particular order, here are the gifts we’ve given our reviewed and approved badge to so far. As you know, later we will have our viral gift guides that include categories for everyone, removing the risk of you shopping online this Christmas. Everything on ...

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Top Ten Children’s Books for Encouraging Empathy

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HALF OF PARENTS SAY READING A BOOK IS BEST FOR EMPATHY– NEW POLL FOR CHILDREN’S BOOK DAY Roald Dahl’s BFG and Harper Lee’s To Kill a Mockingbird top list of books parents said best helped children develop empathy “You never really understand a person until you consider things from his point of view … until you climb into his skin ...

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Holy as Heck Sausage Offers Half the Calories

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Innovative young food company, Heck, has launched a new range of sausages that tie into the growing trend for people eating less meat and making healthier choices.  On April 1st, Heck will launch a “Hole-y” sausage, that has 50% less calories and fat. The team in the kitchen have developed a new process to drill out a hole n the ...

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Penny Skateboard Review

Penny Skateboard

We’ve been playing on this all winter and now spring is here we thought it best to deliver our Penny Skateboard review

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