Made my hair so soft and smooth and smelled amazing! I got it in my voxbox and since then I've purchased it at least four more times! I always recommend it to my friends who complain about the texture of their frizzy hair!
Can be a tad abrasive but I mean...it's a scrub. I had really bad flaking from another product and after two uses my skin was back to normal. Smells delicious and feels great. Not my favourite exfoliating product, but a good one.
It's a hairdryer, nothing more than that (at least to me). I don't really blowdry my hair very often to try to minimize heat damage, so it didn't really matter to me. It does it's job and with the right brush, I can make my straight hair look even straighter.
I don't see any less breakage as a before/after sort of difference, but it makes me hair feel and smell good. It does (sometimes) make my hair a little greasy/stiff in the morning, kind of like I didn't wash out all my conditioner kind of feeling. It just depends on the days I use it though.
A life saver for those with bad cramps. In college, I'd be able to tell when a cramp was about to get bad and popping one of these really helped me continue with my day. If I woke up with a severe cramp (as in can't get out of bed so bad), it'd normally help to lessen it in a short amount of time.
All the flavours that I've tried from Hi-Chew are absolutely amazing! They're smoother than a starburst and not as sweet, but in a good way. The fruit flavours that they're supposed to be come out a lot more than most chewy candies, so that's a huge plus.
The best from the airheads family. So deliciously sour and so easy to eat all in one sitting. Terrible for diets, good for the soul. My tongue may not like it as much though (since all the "sour" tends to hurt after a while), but the pain is worth it. As is all those miles I have to run afterwards.
Although I don't agree with the politics of the CEO, they do serve some dang good chicken with some dang good manners. Pro tip: Chick-fil-a from the south tastes different (and better) than the Chick-fil-as in the Midwest. This is coming from an ATL to Kansas transplant.
Not the best coffee. To me, the coffee tastes too bitter, like they used water that was too hot to brew with. I usually only go for the pink drink and an iced green tea latte. However, they both have a bunch of sugar, so not great diet drinks. I usually will go to local coffee shops to get my coffee, but Starbucks have pretty cool rewards.
Cheap (usually), durable (sometimes), adorable (depends), and a relationship tester. Great for college dorms and recent grads who are just trying to get a functional table or couch. Great for making you feel like an adult, without the adult prices.