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The Best of the Best - D'OR24K 24K Collagen Renewal Mask Product Review

This post is sponsored by D'OR24K and no other compensation was given.



 I am going to start out by saying WOW on this product. I have tried other D'OR24K products previously - a vitamin c syringe, and I really enjoyed that product. But this 24K Collagen Renewal Mask is amazing. Even the packaging is an unique and fun dramatic experience in a good way. Just opening up the box and you know this is something really special.

This mask is a once a week treat, and I have looked forward to this weekly treatment since receiving this product. (This is almost a $1400 jar and I believe it is worth the splurge!)



Product info from their website - 
Age is just a number, especially when you hydrate your skin with the Collagen Mask from D’OR 24K. Going right to the heart of aging skin, this rich mask replenishes on a cellular level by nourishing the deep tissues of your skin. Infused with gold and collagen to improve tissue elasticity, the D’OR 24K Collagen Mask will replenish skin with…

Freezeout Challenge 6K Race Recap

This was my first time giving this race a try. The winter this year has been very mild without much snow and freezing temps, I thought it would be a good time to make the 30 mile drive to Emmett to run this race. I even made the other half run with me and as you can see by our race photos, he made sure everyone knew he didn't want to be there. (this was mostly an act, I hope you all know that.)



 He put his hands in is pockets and made a scowl when I told him smile for the camera.

An early morning wake-up was uneventful. I had my clothes all ready for me and I expected rain for the whole race. Immediately went to Starbucks for coffee, a chicken sausage biscuit and a pre-run poop. An easy half hour drive to the Gem County Fairground for pre-race bib pick up. We even got fleece beanies with the Freezeout Challenge stitched on them. They are soft and the other half wore his to keep his head warm during the run. It really did the job!

The race started a few minutes late that had somet…

Goodbye 2018. Hello 2019!

I shared a post a couple of weeks ago about the weight loss that I have had and the weight loss challenges that I was participating in. With it being the new year, I guess I should write a recap and update of the 2018-2019 year and share it with the bloggieverse.


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A post shared by runinboise (@runningandwineing) on Dec 17, 2018 at 7:22am PST
I did good on my weight loss challenges. I made my 20 pound goal for the Studio G weight loss challenge. Yay! I really enjoyed the classes, but the downside with nearly every class being so squat heavy, my knee did not like that and the last 2 weeks of classes, I was ready to be done with them. But my body liked the workouts and responded well.

My local weight loss challenge, I was really hoping to win, but I got 2nd place. I did not work out at all the weigh in week because my knee was so cranky and swollen, I could not walk. I needed 3 more pounds to lose to win Not a lot of weight so it was a close challenge! I was