I use this regularly for my heartburn. They don’t taste bad & work almost immediately. They’re life savers. Inexpensive at at drug store or grocer. Knock off brands don’t compare at all, they tend to be chalky. I will buy again
My grandparents would have the kids use this on sore muscles after playing outside or a sports game. I still use it to relieve muscle spasms & sore muscles. I get it at Meijer & recommend to anyone who complains of sore muscles. The biggest con is the smell - it’s strong & can be pretty off-putting.
Gentle, inexpensive. The bottle lasts for a long time & a doesn’t take a ton to remove polish. It does have a strong scent but it’s not as bad as most others. I buy it at Walgreens maybe once every 3 months.
Easy to use for a first time user. It walks you through step by step & will let you know of any errors before you get too far. It’s also free, which is always a plus. I’d recommend to others & would use again.
Maybe it’s just cause the fleas are awful this year but this doesn’t seem to get them all. We use it on our huskies & Boston terrier. It’s great for the terrier until the fleas from the huskies hop back on them. It’s pricey at any pet store.
I love grabbing these in the morning when I’m in the mood for cold coffee but don’t want in line or in a drive thru. They’re great on the go. They’re delicious but a tiny bit pricey. I get them regularly at Speedway.
Not for greasy skin & a little goes a LONG way. Don’t apply primer or foundation immediately after applying, let it sit for a moment or 2. This stuff is a great primer for dry skin in the winter. It’s inexpensive at any drug store!
Dullness, Large Pores, Fine Lines & Wrinkles, Redness, Uneven Skin Tone, Dark Spots