Last October I reviewed Olay Professional Pro-X Clear and within the pocket of time that I had to review the product and write up the post I was a fan. I continued to use it and lo all these months later I am still a fan.

{see the bend in my tube? That’s because I am at the “crazy squeeze angle” to get as much out as I can!}

BlogHer is trying out something new right now with P&G (the company that makes the Pro-X Clear as well as a million other products) — essentially they are letting us earn commission if you decide to purchase something from their estore through my link. YES.

It’s all shiny and new and something different and I like that it gives something directly back to the bloggers. P&G is a big sponsor for the Olympics so they have a lot of Olympic themed bundles and deals to check out. Plus anything over $25 is free shipping AND 10% off all items now through August 31st, 2012. (you don’t have to buy the Pro-X wash — that’s just what I’m a big fan of!)

And did you see the part about how if you buy something through my link below I get a commission? This is totally going into the zombryo debt pay-off piggy bank.

I’m curious to know what you think of the site they set up (it’s new) and what you think of their deals. So check back in with me. And if you buy something TOTALLY let me know so that I can thank you.

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