The mask was a little thinner in texture than I expected, more like a thick conditioner, but it applied really nicely. It felt like it actually melted into my hair, instead of just sitting on top. The scent is nice, very sweet and fruity. I used it in place of my normal conditioner, and then used a small pearl-size amount afterwards as a leave-in. Overall, I think it was pretty good but did not smooth my hair as much as my preferred treatment, the Living Proof No-Frizz styling cream. It also felt like my hair got greasy quicker.
I really love Perrier and I really love grapefruit and grapefruit-flavored things, but these were absolutely terrible. I could not even finish a whole can. I normally like my carbonated drinks room temperature (not cold), so I thought maybe that might have affected it. Even chilled, it was bitter, unpleasant and just BAD. I brought a 10 pack to a convention with me, and even in a room of 7 people, not a single person could take more than a few sips.
This is an excellent no-frills facial cleanser. It does not foam up or lather, but remains a gel-like texture. I like this to follow up after double cleansing, and on days when I don't feel like my skin needs an intense cleaning.
This was one of my very favorite foundations for many years. It is a medium-to-full coverage foundation that worked beautifully with my combination oily skin. The foundation claims to balance your skin's moisture levels, and I really found that to be true. It did not cling to or emphasize my dry patches, and even without a primer, my skin never turned into a greaseball. My only complaint is that it sets very quickly, so you have to move fast, and it does not build as nicely as some other foundations. You can build to a very full coverage, but unless you work quickly, it tends to look cakey. It dries down to a satin matte powder finish.
This foundation has full coverage, but in a very unnatural way. Instead of settling into your skin, it always feels and looks like it's just sitting on top. The compact comes with an applicator sponge, but I feel like you really need a good brush or damp sponge for application, otherwise it just looks like a cakey, streaky mess. As it's a cream, it also requires a good setting powder. I use this sometimes in the winter when my skin is drier, but considering all the fuss I have to go through to make it work, I usually end up going with another foundation.
The Naked Skin foundation is a sheer light-to-medium coverage foundation. It won't cover up any serious dark spots or blemishes, but just evens out your face. For a very natural look, it's great, but if you're looking for more coverage, look elsewhere -- it's only mildly buildable. The wear time is average on me. I have oily skin, and even with a primer, it begins to break down around hours 4-6. The finish is satin immediately after application, not shiny or matte. Overall, it's a nice foundation to have in your stash for no-makeup makeup days, but if you're looking for one foundation to do it all, this won't be it.
For the price, it's an excellent tablet. The big killer is the screen resolution, which causes eyestrain after awhile and tends to make things look like they're almost underwater. The hardware is sufficiently snappy, and most processor-intensive apps like games ran very smoothly and with no issues. I use it mainly as an extra screen to read my RSS feeds or watch Netflix -- another big plus is that you can watch Amazon streaming video on it if you have prime.
This is a very good everyday lotion if you have very dry, itchy and scaly skin. It has urea in it to help exfoliate, and dimethicone to protect and heal. For me, it's not enough on its own, but unlike some other lotions, I can use it everyday and not feel like my legs are sticky and greasy.
I used this scrub for many years before I ended up moving on to better ones. It's OK. The granules are very fine, so it does a nice job of scrubbing without irritation, but my skin often felt tight and dry afterwards. I also never felt like it got my skin as soft as I expected.