You can’t go wrong with Freeman masks. I love this one in particular for breakouts. I use it once a week, sometimes two if my skin is being problematic, and I’ve found that my breakouts have gotten a lot more manageable since starting.
I use this for myself (20). I can’t take pills and ibuprofen is a necessity for me so these are a nice alternative. They do taste like grape but there’s a bit of an aftertaste and they’re pretty chalky.
The exfoliant in this is crushed walnut, which is about as harsh on your skin as you can imagine. The immediate effects are nice but over time this product can damage your skin and even lead to premature aging.
My dentist recommends this because of the fluoride content. It tastes good but it does burn my mouth a lot when I use it, which kinda sucks but isn’t that big of a deal. It leaves my mouth feeling clean and fresh.
Absolutely love this app. It makes it a lot easier to find products in store and there are a lot of coupons available that make shopping less.. awful. Also great for two day shipping if you’re a red card holder.
A great store bought treat option for rabbits. These are a huge hit in our house for snack time and learning tricks; they definitely seem to be a great incentive. They’re a bit pricey in stores but there are lots of places to find them cheap online.
Definitely not a good pellet choice for rabbits. These are lacking a lot of the nutrition requirements they need. I recommend a small serving of Oxbow or Small Pet Select each day to supplement a constant availability of a grass hay.
I buy this in bulk for my buns and it lasts a long time! Small Pet Select definitely has the best hay I’ve bought out of anyone. It’s fresh, the strands are long, and it isn’t nearly as dusty as a lot of the other brands.
Oxbow has an awesome line of pellets to supplement a constant supply of hay for your rabbits. Mine both prefer the garden select; they eat it a lot faster than they do the other types of Oxbow pellets we’ve tried.