Love yoga, cooking, wine, travelling, family, friends, live music and reading. Obsession with makeup and other personal care products and figuring out the best quality for the cost. I am all over the place from budget buys to spendy splurges in my quest and find it difficult to stay loyal when there is so much out there to try and always new products / trends!
I like that you mix it vs. layering it on - unique conceptually in that way. I did not mix it with a No7 serum/moisturizer. I used Neutrogena serum and Clinique moisturizer + 3 fat drops of the No7 drops. Felt great going on. Lightweight. Nice color match (I think so far... I am horrible about selecting skin tone-realted makeup). So far, so good!
I WAS NOT COMPENSATED FOR THIS POST; HOWEVER, I AM CREATING THIS POST AS PART OF A CONTEST
Had a sample of the shampoo and conditioner and used it after my getting very blond full highlights for the first time in a long time. I get it that the processing changes your hair. However, my hair felt greasier after using this stuff. Perhaps it is the lack of sulfates?! But I have used sulfate-free before and have not had my hair feel so gross. Thank goodness it was only a free sample (that I used for 3 washes as my hair is short). Bought Joico and will review that product later.
I use a dime-sized amount of this at night after a micellar water or oil to remove eye makeup/other traces. The exfoliant in it is gentle. It smells good, a touch too fragrant (the whole hydroboost line is I think). I think it does a good job of cleansing. My skin feels slightly tight after using it (and many of the other products in this line) and I can't tell if it is the product working or if it is too harsh. But it is supposed to be hydrating right?!?!? Well, I started using this line last fall due to the long cold MN winter thinking I would go back to lighter products in the late spring.... it is still maintaining.
Better than Lunchables. I think. I still have reservations about anything Oscar Meyer-related. There is just better-for-you meat out there. And really how hard is it to pack up sliced meats, cheeses and crackers for a snack/small meal on the go? These are all about convenience. I have bought them a couple times just to have on nights where I have little else in fridge for dinner and some wine to finish. If I could be more convinced of the meat quality, I would give 4 stars.
If I never tasted Cheezits within the last year then these would taste amazing. Probably just too natural for my corrupted taste buds. All in all, I like Annie's and if I had kids I would buy these products often.