This product is my favorite scrub. It not only leaves your skin amazingly soft and exfoliated (and not raw the way some scrubs do), but the scent is incredible. I just cannot get enough of the the scent of Soap and Glory products.
If used as a hand lotion, this product is terrific. However if you have any skin sensitivities, I would warn against using it on your face. I have very dry skin and have never had a problem with acne/breakouts, but using this cream gave me more pimples than I have seen in years.
While I found this wipes refreshing and the smell unoffensive, I just didn't find they were great at getting off my eye makeup. I felt like I had to scrub my eyes vigorously and even then, there were always traces left.
I can't say enough good things about this lip balm. It is very moisturizing but doesn't seem addictive the way that other, medicated lip balms can be. They also have a wide variety of scents and all the ones I've tried have smelled amazing.
This magazine does provide a certain amount of entertainment value with the celebrity gossip, food/workout tips, and relationship advice. However don't expect to find anything particularly well written or informative, and they clearly recycle a lot of articles from month to month. Add to that the plethora of issues present in terms of sexism, misogyny, and racism, and you'd do better to avoid it.
The product itself works very well for me. If you give it a few minutes to dry, it doesn't smudge easily and seems to last very well, especially if you set it with powder. However the applicator is not as precise as I'd like, so it's hard to get that very striking, defined cat eye.
This mascara is definitely natural looking and lasts quite well, but I found it left my lashes very dry and brittle. To me, the point of a natural looking mascara is to be able to wear it often and have it treat my lashes well, so either this product needs to be more nourishing as well as natural, or have more colour and volume payoff to offset the drying drawback.