I was sent this tea in a VoxBox to try and I’m so glad that I got this! My mom has always loved ginger and lemon and she tells me to try it all the time, but I like things a little more convenient and easy to make which is where this tea comes in, it’s the same thing she tells me about just in individual tea bags!! I read on Instagram someone saying this helped with their heart burn while being pregnant and while I wasn’t pregnant when I first tried this, I knew I liked it enough to try now (currently 31 weeks pregnant) because I feel like I live with constant heart burn and it truly does help!! The nice part is if you don’t want the tea to be strong, you can steep it for less time and if you want a little of that ginger kick you can let the tea bag sit in longer. With a little honey and lemon it’s great, you can’t go wrong with it.. especially if it helps with the heartburn in my case and I can avoid taking medicine for it.
Such a good pencil for a good price, the only thing I find to be a con is that at times I find it to be stiff but on quick day, where I want to put a little makeup on and don’t want to mess with a pomade I really do like how this pencil performs, I just use it on my hand first to warm the product some and then go in the brows and it works just fine. It makes it easy to draw hairlike strokes, and it’s last the whole day! The tip is small enough to provide precision without over doing it and that I can appreciate because I dislike when pencils are big and loose their shape.
I definitely like that this is a mineral pressed foundation over it being a loose powder, it makes it easy and convenient to take around, and it’s less messy than loose powder. Although the color I got was little lighter on me I was able to work with it and just bronze my face. I wore this to work for light makeup working in a hospital and I was pretty impressed with the coverage and how matte my face looked! It’s a great product to have around for touch ups.
Review for: jane iredale BeautyPrep Face Moisturizer Mini, 0.34 fl. oz. more...
This is a nice feeling moisturizer but a little more “heavy” than I’m use to so I like to use it at night. If I use this during the day my face gets oily, but I expected that as I am oily on the regular. It feels good for overnight though, I just cleanse and tone my face and then moisturize and I’m good to go for the night.
Review for: Old Fashioned Buttermilk Dressing more...
This simply gets a five star because I DO NOT like ranch, I repeat I do not like ranch as a go to dressing. The only thing I use it for is to dip carrots and cauliflower in. It’s the only way I like to have these two veggies raw and it’s the only way I’ll have ranch dressing. I think it’s impressive that it’s so good as dip but I can’t get with it on a salad, I’m a vinegar and oil kinda girl.
I like to try a lot that I’ve seen on Pinterest, and I came across a “shrimp boil” foil packets that called for this sausage.. mind you I have never had it before... but after having it I’m sold that it’ll be the sausage for that meal each and every time. It pairs perfectly with the rest of the meal!! It’s already fully cooked, so you don’t have to worry about making sure that it cooks all the way through, it couldn’t be any simpler.
I’ve tried a Garnier hair products and when it comes to my curly hair, it tends to become even more dry with their hair gels and sprays and what not. Obviously not the case with a hair dye, any time I dye my hair it feels healthier after than it did before I’ve dyed it which makes no sense but this stuff leaves your hair just feeling healthy as if you didn’t dye it, my hair has always been dark and this “soft black” goes right along with what I have going on already. It’s easy to do, minimally messy (because I can be easy) and afterward you get left with an effortless color.
Hands down my most favorite conditioner! It’s affordable and I actually feel a difference after using this, my hair feels soft and hydrated which is hard to come by for me! I have dry, frizzy, curly hair that has had its ups and downs due to flat ironing and coloring and blow drying.. needless to say, I deep condition every time I was my hair just so that I make sure my hair stays healthy.
My first Essie polish was (is) Mamba and I got that thanks to influenster and Kohl’s cash! I love that it’s a pretty neutral and subtle color, I can’t say much for how long it last because I personally change my polish color around every 3-4 days but it last for those 3-4 days just fine. Would definitely recommend getting some Essie polish.. actually I have another Kohl’s cash gifted from influenster and I may even use it on another Essie polish so I don’t buy anything that I don’t need!