Certainly the “account” for DNA is free. But you are missing the real point. It is NOT free to make a tree. Not at ALL free! If you want to really make something of your DNA you need the tree AND to see the tree of others. And what do you need to do that? An account! And that cost a pretty penny at Ancestry. If one person has an account with multiple kits they can have multiple trees and link those to each tree. So, my goodness yes, this IS about profit. Purely about profit. I am unlikely to have more kits, but this is a very bad idea. Elderly and deceased and uninterested relatives are the main (and valid) reason to admin kits. And Ancestry doesn’t give two flips about any of us, genealogy or anything else but making money.
Hi Angie! I went to my dermatologist today and he removed many sebaceous hyperplasia (blocked sebaceous glands) lesions from my face. He also prescribed Retin A. I’ve never used Retin A but at 50 years old, I’m excited to start. My question is can I simply add the Retin A to my skin care routine and continue using all the products I’m currently using? I use the timeless serums A E Ferulic, coQ10, Matrixl 3000 and a moisturizer at night. In the morning I use the coQ10, Matrixl 3000 and a moisturizer. Can I just add the Retin A to this routine without making any other changes? I know I need to start using sunscreen on a daily basis and I will. Love your videos. Keep up the good work!