Good til the last scrub. It's a nice luxury item. I enjoyed every use and used it selectively. It was an exfoliating quality to it; so don't use it every day. I'd put on a fair amount and then rise it off in the shower (this stuff gets everywhere). My skin was left clean, smooth, and yes, radiant. My only concerns are the price and it possibly dying out if you didn't use it frequently. I might try another mask, but of the same brand.
It's good; but the price makes it better. It's pleasant and not overwhelming in smell. I wouldn't say it lingers long on your body, which I prefer. Moisturizing? It does the job. As a whole package, it's worth a purchase. It also lasts awhile. I had mine for 8 months.
It's decent for sugar free. My dad bought these originally because he's diabetic. I tried one and they are actually good. It's not super sugar sweet cocoa; but rather a more subdued cocoa. No sugar rush. If you are trying to limit your sugar intake or want a cocoa that isn't sickening sweet; this is good.
It's the only fast food I do. I grew up on it and it's like a comfort food. Love the simplicity of the menu. Fresh food. Great service. Clean atmosphere. Friendly people. Always worth the trip. I don't eat out often, but in n out is on the top of my list when I do!
Honestly, this is the best floss around. It glides (yes, true to name) between my teeth without getting stuck and pulls out anything stuck in there. Because let's be real, flossing is super important and you better be doing it! I will always buy this floss and highly recommend it to anyone. Don't get cheap with your floss. This floss MAKES you want to floss your teeth twice a day. So if you are a quasi flosser, this might help create a good habit. And for those of us who have the habit down, it's nice to have a luxury item to make it even that much more enjoyable.
Nothing impressive about this eye cream. It's the eye cream for those who don't need eye cream but want it in their skin care routine. I was looking for something moisturizing, read the reviews, and thought this would be nice. Eh. It sits on the skin and requires some massaging to get it to sink in. After 2 months of use, I gave up and started using it as a neck/ chest moisturizer just to use it up. Again, nothing fancy or impressive. Kind of a waste of money. The container makes it seem like there's a lot of product; no so but it did last me 3 months of boring use.
My kitten LOVES these! They are soft to chew and he likes to carry them around the house. He goes nuts for them. Like, I'll find him in the trash trying to get the empty container when we run out. It's a must buy!
It's a nice spray. If you're looking for something to provide moisture or a refreshing facial spray, this is it. However it's not so great for a setting spray because it's not a fine mist. With that in mind, I found this great during the summer months. I would use it as a refreshing facial spray. I also kept it on my bedside table to use in the morning or night. A nice little luxury to have. It's at a nice price range too! I will buy again.
I love glycolic acid...I love toners....But this didn't cut it. I usually use DDF's glycolic toner but thought "why spend $40 when I can spend $18?" First, the DDF's concentration of glycolic acid is 10% while the Mario is 2% (that should have clued me in). Glycolic acid helps reduce pigmentation (sun spots) on my face...but I guess I need a higher concentration. As for the other claims (remove buildup of skin, brighten skin), I didn't see it. It is a nice toner if you have NOTHING wrong with your skin...But if clogged pores and pigmentation are concerns, skip this and pay a bit more for a stronger concentration of glycolic acid (the acid really does do wonders on my skin).