When I still ate dairy I only bought Daisy. It has a great tang that makes it great mixed into various recipes without being ridiculously overpowering. And it has a great consistency, not too watery where it makes everything else soggy. Daisy is also pretty affordable. I'd recommend.
I'm legitimately obsessed with Amy's Pad Thai. The noodles are still pretty firm, they don't get mushy. And the tofu isn't terribly bland like it can be in frozen meals. True, it's a tad bit sweeter than real Pad Thai, but this is a good, frozen vegetarian alternative. (It may be vegan, but I'm not 100%) It costs a little bit more than the average convenience meal, but considering it's much healthier and is a yummy meat-free alternative I believe it's definitely worth the cost.
I gave this four stars mostly because there is no way any normal human being can use this entire eye cream within 6 months. That hurts my whole soul because it works so. Well. It's very thick and creamy, a very concentrated formula. It has this rich, creme lotion feel that just feels instantly hydrating. You only need the teensiest amount for your under eye to feel fully moisturized. There's a scent but very light so the fragrance shouldn't be irritating to your eyes. My undereye makeup doesn't hate this either so for me it's a big yes, I just wish I didnt have to waste so much because I literally can't get through it faster lol.
This is a thin, gel cleanser that's pretty mild and foams up a ton. I have pretty dry skin so my face almost always feels stripped after a double cleanse, but this didn't make my skin feel any more tight than usual. Since it can foam up quite a bit a little does go a long way. I think I started using my cleanser around August and I am just now working on the last little bit nearly six months later. There isn't a really sting scent and a double cleanse is more than enough for me to remove a full face of makeup. It is a bit pricey for a cleanser, so if you have the coins I'd highly recommend.
It's really light with a cream/gel like consistency. It soaks into my skin really quickly (hello dry skin) but leaves it really hydrated throughout the entire day. I didn't expect that, especially since this moisturizer is very, very light. There is a faint skincare/soapy kind of smell that I don't mind and doesn't linger. My makeup applies wonderfully over this too. It is a little pricier than my regular moisturizer, but it performed so beautifully I think it might be my new summer/spring go to.
Love it. It absorbs right into my (dry) skin without leaving any tacky feeling or extra product. My skin stays pretty well hydrated throughout the day and it doesn't negatively effect my makeup application as well. There is only a light scent that smells clean, I guess that's how I'd describe it lol! But it's not overpowering. Something a little heavier would definitely be recommended for the night or winter, but this is a great day moisturizer.
This is a pretty good base coat. I typically don't get any staining when I apply this first and let it fully dry before color application. I picked it up originally because it also included a strengthener. Now I only use it every now and then when my nails are particularly weaker so as to keep my nails more flexible than brittle. If you're looking for a product to prevent staining and help with a more even color application, I'd recommend.
Yo, these are fire! Fresh out of the oven they're crispy and juicy with just the right amount of honey bbq flavoring and batter. The tenders are a decent size as well and you can often find this on sale at Target or Meijer (or whatever grocery store you have near you). I've even had them cold (cooked ones!) and they weren't half bad. If you like chicken tenders and honey bbq I'd definitely recommend.