This is an excellent micellar water, the best I've used, in fact. The scent is pleasant, it cleans my face of oil, foundation, mascara and eyeliner easily and gently using a cotton ball or round. My face feels clean after using it. I use a washcloth and water to cleanse again after to remove the sticky residue. Every micellar water has this, though.
I would not repurchase this, however. As good as the micellar water it, Garnier is not a cruelty-free company. There are many other brands that are cruelty-free that have similar products.
OG CTC! This is definitely not part of a balanced breakfast or in any way healthy. But it is delicious, comforting, and stuff your face good. The squares are perfectly thin and covered with the right amount of cinnamon and sugar. The cereal milk quality is incredible (for all you cereal milk aficionados out there). Try it with vanilla ice cream! 😻
I'm rating this shampoo three stars because it's an OK shampoo. There's no way I can tell if it's going to thicken my hair or prevent loss in a few washes or even months. I'll need at least six months to tell. And, to be honest, it's too expensive for me to purchase a six month supply. It retails for around $39.99 for 500ml (16.9 ounces), which is way more than I'm willing or able to pay for a shampoo that isn't guaranteed to prevent hair loss.
The shampoo is *thick* and similar in texture to a dandruff shampoo like Head & Shoulders. The scent and concentration are also similar. The smell reminds me of lime candy.
I have a lot of hair. It's super fine, thin in the front (stable for now), but there is a lot of it. Because of this I'm accustomed to using 4 to 5 pumps of shampoo. And no, I'm not using too much. But with TS Shampoo, it takes 2 or 3 because of the concentration.
The shampoo feels like a cleansing type. I feel like it stripped my hair of buildup. The ingredients look great (biotin, keratin), but I'm not well-versed in what makes good shampoo ingredients. I'm not sure if it contains SLS.
I used my regular Hask Coconut Nourishing Conditioner 12 oz. after rinsing. I let my hair dry naturally and then used a ceramic straightener. My hair is now soft and quite shiny. It is a little heavier and more flat than my regular shampoo, however. I do prefer my regular shampoo to the TS shampoo, but it's not terrible.
I received this product for $3.99 from 0.8L in exchange for my honest review. I do not believe I would repurchase this product.
Oily, Straight, Fine, Thin, Color Treated
Color Protection, Oily Scalp, Straightening, Volume, Heat Protection
I absolutely love this gentle cleanser! It's a thick cream, and it takes very little product to cover the face. I love the pieces of oatmeal in the cream!
It has a light, warm scent. I like wetting my face in the shower, rubbing this in gently, and letting it sit on my face while I wash and condition my hair. My face is SO soft, plump and moisturized after!
This is a pretty great sunscreen! I'm not detecting any alcohols, but there are some skin loving ingredients such as glycerine, niacinamide and plant oils.
The packaging is pretty 😻. I'm a sucker for shiny things! There's 80ml (2.7 ounces) of sunscreen in the container instead of the usual 50, which is great!
There's no added fragrance I'm smelling. Orange oil is in the ingredients, but it's listed last. There's a faint "chemical" scent, but it dissipates quickly.
It goes on easily and spreads across the skin with little effort. I applied it on my eyelids because I do need to know if the sunscreen will cause pain or watering - and it doesn't! Yay! I like keeping the delicate areas around the eyes protected.
There is zero white cast, and the sunscreen is super moisturizing! Maybe a little too moisturizing, which is why I'm giving it four stars and not five (4.5 would be closer). It's not ideal for my oily skin. But ideal is difficult to find in a sunscreen, so this one is nearly perfect.
There's no pilling with other products, so this sunscreen would go well under makeup or with other products.
Full disclosure: I received this for $3.99 from 0.8L in exchange for my honest review.
The retail price for this product is about $23. I believe this is a fair price for 80ml (2.7 ounces) of high quality facial sunscreen.
Only feed your dogs this food if you hate them. This is the lowest quality food you'll find for dogs. They will not have healthy coats, their poop will be runny and turn white because of the high quantity of bone meal, and they will be malnourished. Please, please, feed your dogs a better food!
I feel like this is the lowest quality of the GAP store chains. The clothes are affordable, but the sizing is everywhere. I wear a size small top here, and I am NOT a size small. I find this kind of sizing deceptive in order to make the customer feel better and therefore purchase more clothes. Plus the quality of the clothing isn't great, and the styles are basic. It is a good place to get flip-flops, however.
While I'm not pleased that I have to pay for two streaming services, hulu is great for keeping up-to-date on TV shows. You can watch new episodes the day after they air, which is plenty fine for me and my husband. It's WAY cheaper than cable! It's also worth the few extra bucks to remove the ads - they are BAD. While hulu doesn't have every TV show, it has a lot to make the subscription worth the while.