Thursday, September 12, 2013

Frownies Iummune Screen SPF 15 actually WORKS!!

By Angelene Heileson

There are so many products out their for your skin. Many that cost your months grocery bill and others you wonder if you'll glow the next day. For the last month I have had the opportunity to try Frownies Immune Screen SPF 15. It is an all natural daily suncreen. I admit that I was worried at first as to if you would cause break outs (yes I still will get adult acne if I am not careful) or if it just wouldn't work. This last summer I moved from the dry desert of Idaho to the humidity of Texas. For a couple of years now I have been using a face and neck cream that is a little pricey and can usually only be bought if you are an esthetician or dermatologist. The product I was using before was nice but with the extra humidity my face was always shiny and seemed oily even though the product I was using was for oily skin.

When I first tried Frownies Immune Screen SPF 15 I noticed immediately how much thicker it was from my face cream I have been using for years. It isn't a paste thick, just not runny. I wondered how much I would have to use. Well to my surprise I acutally use less than my other face cream. I was so impressed with how little I had to use (I used half a pee size for my entire face). It goes on so smooth. I also found that my face never became shiny or oily looking during the day. I couldn't believe that a product out their could do this. It also is a great sunscreen. I am a huge fan of sun screen for the face and Frownies Immune Screen SPF 15 works like it should. My face never burned while using the sunscreen. It does say to reapply every 90 minutes when out in the sun or after bathing and toweling. No sunscreen lasts all day when outside or in the water so this is no different than the rest.

 My face actually looks so much better since using Frownies Immune Screen SPF 15. My complexion looks better and it feels better. I really believe in this product. I really would encourage everyone to try it out. Besides liking how it works, I also like that it is made with natural ingredients, has no artificial colors or fragrances. I am a huge fan of using as many natural items for your body.

The Frownies website says their Immune Screen SPF 15:

  • Helps prevent sun damage and sun burn 
  • Provides moisturizing antioxidants to the skin 
  • Reflects and hides fine lines and wrinkles 
  • All Natural use daily for protection and care 
  •  Economy size full 4 oz/ 118mL 

"Immune Screen SPF15 Natural Sunscreen protects your skin from sun burn and sun damage when used daily," the website continues. "Natural SPF and skin moisturizers help stop the signs of aging with Green tea extracts, Organic oat oil, Aloe Vera gel, Melanin and calming coconut oil."

It can be used under make-up or along and provides you with moisturizing active antioxidants to hydrate and soften skin while it protects.

Frownies is a fourth-generation, family owned and operated business committed to conscious beauty and personal wellness. Frownies is a completely natural skincare company. All of their products are Dermatologist approved with no animal testing and are vegan. All of Frownies products are for all skin types. They have many more products to help reverse the signs of aging naturally.

Frownies website has tons of testimonials and before and after pictures from customers. I really would encourage anyone that is wanting to try out a natural skincare that works to try out any of Frownies products but especially their Immune Screen SPF 15.

Right Frownies Immune Screen SPF is on sale now at %50 off. Normally it sells at $39.97.

Monday, September 09, 2013 and FamilySearch to Make a Billion Global Records Available Online

PROVO, Utah, Sep 05, 2013 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE via COMTEX) -- and FamilySearch International (online at, the two largest providers of family history resources, announced today an agreement that is expected to make approximately 1 billion global historical records available online and more easily accessible to the public for the first time. With this long-term strategic agreement, the two services will work together with the archive community over the next five years to digitize, index and publish these records from the FamilySearch vault.

The access to the global collection of records marks a major investment in international content as continues to invest in expanding family history interest in its current markets and worldwide. expects to invest more than $60 million over the next five years in the project alongside thousands of hours of volunteer efforts facilitated by FamilySearch.

"This agreement sets a path for the future for and FamilySearch to increasingly share international sets of records more collaboratively," said Tim Sullivan, CEO of "A significant part of our vision for family history is helping provide a rich, engaging experience on a global scale. We are excited about the opportunities it will bring to help benefit the family history community and look forward to collaborating with FamilySearch to identify other opportunities to help people discover and share their family history."

The organizations will also be looking at other ways to share content across the two organizations. Both organizations expect to add to the already digitized records shared across the two websites in addition to new record projects to be completed over the next five years.

"We are excited to work with on a vision we both share," said Dennis Brimhall, President of FamilySearch. "Expanding online access to historical records through this type of collaboration can help millions more people discover and share their family's history."

This marks a groundbreaking agreement between the two services. But the two organizations aren't strangers to working with each other; hundreds of millions of records have already been shared and are available on and The companies also announced in early 2013 an additional project where they plan to publish 140 million U.S. Wills & Probate images and indexes over the next three years--creating a national database of wills and other probate documents spanning 1800-1930 online for the very first time.

About is the world's largest online family history resource with approximately 2.7 million paying subscribers across all its websites. More than 11 billion records have been added to the sites and users have created more than 50 million family trees containing more than 5 billion profiles. In addition to its flagship site, the company operates several Ancestry international websites along with a suite of online family history brands, including, and, all designed to empower people to discover, preserve and share their family history.

About FamilySearch

FamilySearch International is the largest genealogy organization in the world. Millions of people use FamilySearch records, resources, and services to learn more about their family history. To help in this great pursuit, FamilySearch has been actively gathering, preserving, and sharing genealogical records worldwide for over 100 years. FamilySearch is a nonprofit organization sponsored by The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. Patrons may access FamilySearch services and resources free online at or through over 4,800 family history centers in 70 countries, including the renowned Family History Library in Salt Lake City, Utah.