What do campers, commuters, and caffeine addicts all have in common? They appreciate the importance of

What do campers, commuters, and caffeine addicts all have in common? They appreciate the importance of temperature regulation in their favorite drinks, which is why YETI Ramblers are a favorite choice for many. YETI Ramblers have a variety of features to make it easy to enjoy cold or hot drinks, from double-walled construction to convenient magnetic lids. YETI Ramblers are BPA-free, dishwasher safe, and sweat-proof. YETI Ramblers are also available in a range of colors, with as many as 25 options for some Ramblers. If you’re ready for your first YETI Rambler, take a look at our buying guide. Our top choice is the YETI Rambler 30-Ounce Stainless Steel Tumbler with MagSlider Lid. Its size is ideal for coffee or tea drinkers who enjoy their caffeine throughout the day. YETI Ramblers are stainless steel and feature double-walled vacuum insulation. This means they’re sweat-proof, so they won’t slip your grip or leave unsightly rings on furniture. Of course the best feature of YETI’s unique insulation is its ability to regulate beverage temperature. The colorful wrap seen in insulated YETI Ramblers is the brand’s patented Duracoat. This improves grip and...

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JavaScript seems to be disabled in your browser. You must have JavaScript enabled in your browser to utilize the functionality of this website. Micro-needling (AKA microneedling or dermarolling) is controversial. Fans claim that it boosts collagen and promotes the skin’s elasticity like nothing else. Detractors say this treatment is barbaric even in the hands of a trained esthetician and positively dangerous when self-administered by the at-home enthusiast. Micro-needling is a treatment that constitutes a form of Collagen Induction Therapy (CIT). It is also referred to as a non-ablative skin treatment. This means that the deeper parts of the skin are treated without removing the top layer of skin. The micro-needles penetrate the epidermis. Proponents say that the advantage of dermarolling over chemical peeling is that it doesn’t remove the epidermis. Nonetheless, all these little needle pricks will cause bleeding. The skin perceives that it has undergone a trauma, and it starts to produce collagen to repair the wounds. There are 300 perforations per square centimeter of skin treated. Needle depths typically range from 0.25 mm, which only affects the epidermis, to 2.5 mm, w...