Saturday, October 12, 2013
With all of the holidays coming up, there will be alot of social gatherings. At all of those gatherings, there will be plenty of food and beverages. Talking about beverages, do you like having a couple of cocktails? When the party is in full swing and there's alot of socializing going on and you're feeling great, do you tend to have a few too many cocktails?
The party was great and so were the cocktails at the time, but now it's the next day and you're not feeling so well. So, what do you do? Do you grab a bottle of aspirin or other pain reliever? The last thing on your mind, is wondering what the ingredients are in those pills, but did you know that most of the over the counter pain relievers or even prescription pain killers are full of chemicals that may make you feel even worse? So, now what should you do?
About the Zaca Party Recovery PatchFor this review, I received a box of Zaca Party Recovery Patches! Have you ever heard of them? You apply one patch to your body, before you have a fun night out and have a few too many cocktails. The morning after can sometimes be a rough one, especially if you have to work. By applying a patch, your body can recover alot easier and you will feel better. I tried it and I did feel somewhat better, but the adhesive on the patch really sticks to your skin and it can be difficult to pull it off. My question would be what is the adhesive made out of?
Ingredients in the patch:
- Prickly Pear
- Milk Thistle
- Thiamine (B1)
- Lipoic Acid
- Vitamin C
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