Works about as well as Clearasil but my husband likes this better- it's a little thinner to go on and doesn't streak like other acne products. Not crazy about the smell; I use it for small breakouts but he uses it for deeper acne.
I've used Clearasil for years and feel like it works okay but not great. It doesnt smell too great, is a bit thick and bleaches out fabric if not rinsed out- for example my towels have little white spots where I've wiped my fingers from applying the cream.
The flavors were good and something I’d like normally but when cooked by the directions the texture was not something I could eat at all. I tried making them without the overnight soaking but that didn’t work at all- these have quinoa in them in addition to oats so the soaking is required. I’ll stick to the regular oat pots.
Since nearing 40 I find my face has reached pre-teen levels of oil and I am CONSTANTLY using oil blotting sheets. I like Clean and Clear for not being harsh and I keep multiple packs in my desk at work and in my cupboard at home. Never leave home without them!
Love it. My husband subscribed a while ago and I ended up adding on my own subscription. If you don't go through razors quickly like I don't you can always pause the subscription. I get the basic for like $7 a month and it's a pack of 4 double razors and handle and you get this funny little newsletter and every couple of months they send a little trial freebie as well. Totally easy, will not go back to store bought razors.
Firstly, I do cook from scratch 90% of the time because of health problems. But my husband got a trial offer from hello fresh and found the big recipe cards to be easy to follow so we have decided to do one box a month as a sort of date activity alternative. It's pricey and I do not like the waste packaging although they have paper cartons where possible. They also give no choice for special diets so I still have to modify things but the spicing and salt are a separate do you retain control there. As compared to eating out it's really no more expressive (but more so than grocery shopping), the food is organic and humane and it's portioned well though we do not normally eat meat so it's always more than we would eat. That's fine with me- leftovers freeze! If it was cheaper I'd consider a weekly subscription.
Not a big cherry fan - we got this in sale and I have to say, the chocolate chunks were plentiful and it balanced out the cherry pieces which were also in big supply so it was a winner. I love Friendly's for their flavours, colour (I know! I'm like a kid!) and creamy consistency but we only buy during a BOGO for the price.
I'm not a huge candy corn fan myself but if I do eat it I greatly prefer Brachs. It has a creamy, mellow consistency rather than the overly sweet, chalky feel in your mouth other brands have. My sister in law lives in England and asks for candy corn every fall- we only send Brach's!
Grits are my absolute favourite comfort food- like em savoury with some butter, cheese and spice. Aunt Jemima's cook up nice and are a great filler for bread or pasta any time if the day. I've eaten em for breakfast, dinner, lunch or snack!