I ocadionaly use Excedrin when Tylenol or my prescription blood pressure meds aren't doing the trick. My mom actually introduced me to this brand when I started getting bad migraines in high school. While it doesn't do a perfect job, this medicine does help. Kind of recommended ♧
I may be pretty biased as I work at the Y so I get access for free to all the facilities and most of the classes. Despite this, I'd pay for a membership myself. The instructors vary at each location so there is a chance you may finding you don't like, which is normal! Highly reccomended ♧
Nail polish stands as a product I tend to buy when I do not need anymore. You could say i'm almost a nail polish addict. Anyways, Revlon is not a bad beauty brand, but I find the nail polishes can be hit and miss. If you let them sit for some time thebooliah separates in a weird way. I have a few that I love, but most of the shades I find to be just average. Kind of recommended ♧
Coconut- my favorite smell for hair and body care products. This fact doesn't necessarily mean every product with this scent will be good. Well, this one is excellent. In fact, this was the conditioner that made me love coconut care products. I've used both the shampoo and conditioner in tandem and separately with other product's. I notice a big difference no matter the use together or separate. Highly recommended ♧
Buying clothes for a growing toddler is challenging; just like buying clothes for adults the sizes can be off. Usually Garanimal sizing is pretty accurate yet for some reason this particular clothing item runs both too big and too small. I bought size 2t which ran too small, then tried 3t which was way too big. Eventually the bigger pant worked, but now I know why Walmart had a lot of these leftover when one of their season change sales was going on. Not recommended ♧
I'm trying to be more thorough with my Influenster reviews; this means most average products with get a 2, good products get a 3-4 and excellent products (which are rare) will get a shining 5.
Granimals is an excellent baby/toddler brand that does not break the bank. On average you'll be paying $5 or less for most of their stuff. Not only is the brand pocket friendly, the brand is also quality which is not skimped out on because of the lower selling price. The brand also goes on sale quite often.
Specifically for the socks (my child has worn sizes all the Way up to 2t), they get stretched out easily and once there's some dirt in them you'll have a hard time getting it fully out without using bleach. This doesn't affect the usefulness of the socks; that's just a visual thing that can make or break a purchase for someone. Overall the socks are excellent! Recommended ♧
Time to be a Debbie downer... I am well aware this phone accessory is loved by almost everyone who uses apps such as Instagram, Snapchat, musically, etc(and even the not so good knock offs as well as the newer Spin Pop which isn't even made by the same company) yet for some reason I never liked any version. I used this Popsocket for about 2 weeks before switching to a phone ring. The upside is while I played about $25 so I could also have the mount for the socket, my toddler can use the popsocket as a toy on a phone that no longer works. Not recommended (but I will recommend a phone ring which you can get for 1/4th of the price) ♧
I'm going to be in the minority, I do not get the hype behind this dry shampoo. I've tried a few versions. It's average at best. For the cost, I can get 2 of another brand which works better. Not recommended ♧
While this product is great at doing what is needed (odor control), as someone who tends to sweat more than others (along with eczema prone skin) moisture isn't really a necessity. Recommended for those with dry skin ♧