I’m an L.A. based blogger, a mom of a teenager and an autistic pre-teen. I blog, tweet, and post on an eclectic array of topics, from Autism, Gluten-free recipes, Uber driving experiences, raising teenagers and the like. I’m also fluent in English and Spanish and mostly have followers here in the US and Spanish speaking countries.
I started using this product the minute it came in the mail and to say I love it is an understatement! It has left my hair softer and it feels healthier. I don't curl or straighten my hair daily, but this protects it even from the sun!
I would definitely recommend this to all my family and friends.
IKEA is a brand I've purchased many times, particularly due to its affordability. Down side: almost everything has to be put together. However, there are things that don't have to be. Dishes, towels, rugs, etc that are good quality.
I'm not a huge fan of sunscreen; they tend to run very oily. However, a friend of mine gave me what was left of hers and I was pleasantly surprised. The application goes on a bit thick, but it just needs to be worked a bit on the skin to spread well. I love how it was not too oily and not heavy at all. Down side: the tube is not very squeezable so I'm sure plenty of product goes unused and it's extremely pricey (approximately $51 for a 3oz bottle). Would I buy it for myself? Probably not. But I would definitely use it if it was given to me for free again.
One of the products I've received from Ipsy is the Figs & Rouge Hydra-Activ moisturizing cream. Although it was a small sample, it was still enough for a weeks worth of product. I love how the cream was very light and not oily at all. This product definitely did what it advertises to do and kept my skin hydrated throughout the day. Would highly recommend it to a friend.