I love how affordable this is, and how gentle on my sensitive skin! It didn’t work out well with my rosacea, but it was wonderful for my daughter. I would definitely recommend it for sensitive skin, but not for rosacea.
Acne, Fine Lines & Wrinkles, Redness, Sensitivity, Scarring
These plates were perfect for our Thanksgiving dessert buffet! They are strong and hold up to the densest of pies, without compromising aesthetics. They’re priced right and I highly recommend them for your next get-together!
These are my least favorite cotton swabs ever. They shed terribly, which is not good when I’m wiping off smudged mascara. They also bend if you so much as look at them too hard. I highly recommend spending the extra money to get a better brand, if you can.
I don’t think I will ever live without this product again. I ran out, and switched back to my old primer. It was a terrible mistake! This primer makes my hair silky, smooth, and easy to detangle without weighing it down. My old product did NOT. I highly recommend this!
Normal, Straight, Fine, Thick, Color Treated
Color Protection, Dry Scalp, Dryness, Volume, Split Ends, Hair Loss
I honestly did not expect to like this product. I’ve had some seriously off-putting experiences with quinoa in the past, and I expected more of the same. Instead, I got a delicious surprise!
This package comes with four separate bags that you pop right in the pot and boil for 10 minutes for a super yummy side dish.
I added two chicken bouillon cubes to my water, and allowed it to come to a boil (which I wasn’t supposed to do) before adding my bag of quinoa. While it was boiling, I saw on the box that I could let it go for an extra minute or two for fluffier results, so I kept it on the boil for twelve minutes instead of ten.
While it boiled, I crushed one clove of garlic into a paste and browned that and two tablespoons of butter in a pan. When the quinoa was done, I drained it then emptied it into a serving bowl. I poured on the browned butter and garlic, along with a generous sprinkle of salt and some black pepper, and mixed it until it was all evenly distributed. Then I added about a teaspoon each of lemon zest and lemon juice, and a tablespoon of Parmesan cheese.
The results were DELICIOUS and super easy. I was so delighted by this dish that I can’t wait to try more recipes with the remaining three bags!
Godiva chocolate is rich, smooth, and has amazing flavor. I always feel like I’m doing something fancy when I eat them, like I should be sitting inside a Tiffany’s, sipping champagne, and browsing their largest diamonds. They’re a bit too pricey to be my everyday chocolate, but I love them for marking special occasions. Maybe those occasions are sometimes just Tuesdays, but it works for me!
I absolutely love this Symphony chocolate. It’s creamy, crunchy, and decadent. I don’t eat them often, because they’re so delicious I would gain a hundred pounds, but they are one of my absolute favorite indulgences.
Do you like Nutella? Because if not, you should, and if so, you’ll love these chocolates. They have a thin crispy chocolate shell with a whole hazelnut and some delicious chocolate hazelnut spread in the center. They are one of my favorite impulse buys at the checkout, and I get a huge package of them for Christmas every year from at least one relative.