Great flavor, great texture, not too much added sugar. It is a bit on the spendy side, so we don't purchase often. But they have a lot of flavor options and are available at a lot of locations, which is handy. But they really are a good, natural peanut butter that doesn't separate out too much.
First I received this item free from influenster to try. I have fine, thick hair that isn't particularly dry, but due to the fine nature of my hair, I need a good conditioner. This was OK. The smell is great, but as far as a conditioner goes, it is lightweight, which I like, but I feel like it took a lot of product to actually penetrate my hair and feel like it was actually conditioned. That being said, it doesn't weigh down my hair at all and really doesn't make it frizzy at all. I don't like the "natural" advertisement. "Gluten-free" is not a thing for shampoo. I feel like those labels were used to detract from the fact it wasn't actually particularly natural.
I received this item free from influenster to try. First off, I love the smell. It's so simple and clean but still unique with the inclusion of ginger. Now prior to this use I've stayed away from Herbal Essences since I have an itchy scalp and previously had identified this as a brand that doesn't work for me. I hoped that since this is a more "natural" variation, perhaps it would be better. While my scalp did not get as flakey or immediately itchy as it has with other Herbal Essences shampoos, after a couple of uses I still get a little itchy. That being said I've yet to find a shampoo that completely eliminates itch. So if you suffer from an itchy scalp like I do, this is mediocre. Not as bad as it could be, but no better than any other "natural" shampoo.
In regards to its "natural" presentation, I feel like this product leaned into the natural branding and advertisement without actually paying attention to what really qualifies something as purely natural. Just because it smells like ginger and is "gluten-free" doesn't make this natural. At this point, most truly natural shampoos stay away from sulfates, which this includes. It does make the lather better than other natural shampoos, but it makes it feel gimmicky more than actually trying to achieve a more natural product.
I LOVE these. I eat these for most every breakfast. They crisp up nicely and have great flavor. I don't love normal sausage, so I like that they don't taste a lot like pork sausage, but I understand that the flavor may not be for everyone. While the flavor isn't very pork-sausage-like, the texture is very good.
It's user friendly when you follow the tutorial and you can file a 1099-misc without charging extra, which other softwares don't do. If you have to go back and make changes after the first round it can be a little obtuse. But it's the one we use!
It was great until they started charging for everything above a basic package. Now you can't submit a 1099-misc without paying extra, which is ridiculous. Aside from that it's user friendly and the base cost isn't bad. If you don't have any additional income to submit it's a good option.
For furniture you put together yourself we've been happy with the IKEA furniture we've purchased. It's a little "cookie cutter" feeling and a little more expensive than I would like for something that I "get" to put together myself, but for when I was a mobile college student they were a life saver.
I got a free Brita longlast pitcher filter from influenster to try! I replaced my normal brita filter with the longlast about a week ago, and so far, it's great! Since it's "equivalent" to 3 regular filters, the cost is much better. $15 each feels like a big pill to swallow, but when the regular brand-name filters cost roughly $8-9 each, it's worth the higher per unit cost. The sticker that mine came with to put over the light on my filter didn't attach very well, so I'm not using it, but it's not that hard to keep track of how many times I've reset the filter replacement countdown. I've not noticed the water tasting any better or worse, but that means it's still filtering just as well, so I call that a win! Overall, I'm quite happy with it. On a more superficial note, I like the blue color. It hides the charcoal marks better. :)