www.pharmaken.net Review:



Welcome to Pharmaken - Pharmaken Ltd is a marketing company in Kenya that deals with pharmaceutical products, dental materials and equipment.

Country:, North America, US

City: -83.1383 Ohio, United States

  • book lover 162 - I was so satisfied with my purchase

    I purchased the Swarovski 2013 Crystal Star Ornament as a gift for Christmas. This was the first Swarovski ornament that I have ever purchased so I did not appreciate, at the time of purchase, how beautiful it would be. When I received it I put it up near my tree and the facets picked up the lights of the tree and the brilliance was breathtaking. I am now thinking of purchasing one for myself. Do not hesitate to purchase this as a gift, or for yourself, you will not be disappointed.

  • briceius - This stuff is awesome.

    Tempo is a great product. The first time I used this for flea control in my yard, I made the mistake of starting in my yard and working toward the house, when I got to the house, fleas by the hundreds had migrated to my driveway and were jumping around dying. Fleas are not the only thing it controls however, but that's how well it works.

  • I 'am Post It - Awesome lights!!

    I have a few Fenix lights.. I'm not a flashlight guru but this light is so bright and a truley well made light.

  • BooksRuleAZ - Nice for drawing and painting. Not sure about inking.

    The pencil tool in this software is very much like drawing on paper if you use even an inexpensive Bamboo tablet. The interface takes some getting used to but if you use the Help function there are nice explanations. Once you get the hang of the interface you'll like how fast and easy it is to manipulate your work. I'm still on the fence for inking as I'm having trouble getting smooth strokes, despite being an art major with a pretty steady hand. I've read that Adobe Illustrator and Magna Studio have vector support that makes it easier to smooth, manipulate, and re-size brush strokes. For those interested in comics, perhaps this software for pencils, Magna Studio for inks, and Photoshop for color?