This stuff is a life-saver for lazy people like me. I’ve already repurchased several times. It really does get a lot of makeup off the brushes! I’ve compared it to a similar product by Quo, and this stuff beat it easily in terms of how much makeup residue came off the brush with one quick spray. Makes switching between products with the same brush so simple and fast, and keeps brushes relatively clean in between shampoos.
I love retractable brushes, and this one is great as a multi-purpose powder brush. Works well with loose and pressed setting powders/powder foundations due to its density. Also super soft! The only complaint I have is that my local Wal-Mart doesn’t seem to carry it anymore, so I can’t buy a replacement! (I like to replace retractable brushes often; as you can’t really wash them properly without getting them rusty, I usually opt to spot-clean them with a dry brush cleaner. Since they are either getting rusty or not being cleaned thoroughly, my retractable brushes have a relatively short life.)
This is so lightweight, the perfect night cream for summer! I love that it contains hyaluronic acid, as I love anything with HA in it. My two main complaints are A) the silicone feel, and B) the small bottle.
Other Listerine products are usually a bit too harsh for my liking, so I dilute them with water. The "Zero" formulation eliminates the need for that, as it gives that nice, clean feeling without the alcohol. It even tastes almost pleasant, actually.
First of all, this stuff smells amazing. It gives me just as much or even more curl definition than other similar products, which are often far more expensive. I'm not sure that it significantly helps with frizz, however; my hair is a bit frizzy no matter what I do to it. Regardless, there are no stickiness or "crunchiness" problems that often accompany texturizing mists, AND it actually works, so I would recommend it.
Wavy, Thick, Color Treated
Color Protection, Dandruff, Frizz, Oily Scalp, Curls, Volume, Hair Loss
I started using this product at the beginning of spring, when my face was surprisingly even drier and more sensitive than it was during the winter. I had recently resumed using a prescription acne treatment with adapalene and benzoyl peroxide, and that may have been the cause. My skin had never been so reactive in my entire life, including the first time I used that acne product. Moisturizers and toners that I would normally find soothing were suddenly making my face sting and redden, so it was time to try something new. This product, along with Caudalie Instant Foaming Cleanser Fleur De Vigne, not only helped improve my skin's tolerance, but they've helped to make it look better than ever. I'm serious. (I can't give Caudalie all the credit, however - as drying as retinoids and benzoyl peroxide are, they have all but eliminated my acne.) I would highly recommend the grape water to anyone dealing with the peeling and sensitizing effects of retinoids or other acne products! Even if you don't have this problem, the radiance this product will give you will surely be worth it. A note: the tester bottles of grape water at Sephora are often over-used and abused, so the nozzles may not seem to work very well. Try not to be put off because of this, as I initially was, because the nozzles on the bottles for sale do in fact work perfectly fine!