I purchased this a few weeks ago, and started using it immediately. You can tell that it is working when you feel your skin 5 minutes later, and it's the softest it's ever been. I wish I would've found it sooner, but it seems to be smoothing it out. I use it on my tummy and my thighs, and it's a good moisturizer. Keeps your skin with good texture. Love this stuff.
I love this. It's pretty oily but that is partly why I love it. My belly has been getting really dry & itchy, and this is the only thing that feels like it really helps. I love massaging it on at night and letting it soak into my skin overnight. I don't know if it will actually prevent stretch marks but it is for sure helping my growing belly feel a lot less uncomfortable. Also—I love the smell. If you're into more natural scents (aromatherapy, less artificial-smelling) you'll probably like it. I am not a big fan of perfumey-floral scents anyway. I like it because it smells natural to me and it's very relaxing at night.
burt's bees is not just amazing chapstick! Their body and face moisturizers are amazing and so affordable compared to those over rated anti-wrinkle stuff. Honestly, your skin needs moisturized to maintain it's elasticity (I am a research scientist and additives in cosmetics is one of my areas of study). Burt's moisturizers give and hold moisture! My face honestly appears less wrinkly if-you-will and maintains that throughout the day where other moisturizes require re-application!
I wasn’t sure what to expect when I received this product in my Harvest VoxBox but none the less I was so excited to have a new product to try! First off I loved the smell (Coconut Lime.) It lasted a few hours and didn’t feel greasy or oily like some of the other body butters I’ve tried. Overall I was happy with this and I’d recommend it to my friends to try out for themselves.
Is this real life? My neighbor brought me one of these from Georgia, and it's drinkable. The Apple flavoring tastes neither fake or overpowering but succeeds in covering up the usual bud light taste. I'm not rushing out of state to buy one, but I wouldn't turn it down at a party.
Had this one straight from the bottle. Fizzy, light, and clear, with a grainy, corn aroma and grainy flavor. Not as skunky as I thought it would be, although these went right from cardboard case to enclosed cooler so they weren't really lightstruck. Clean finish. Not much there. Inoffensive, forgettable, and wet. Not something I'd buy, but there's worse options if it's being offered for free.
What to say about Coors Light? This beer is one of the most boring beers ever made. It has less flavor than any other light beer I can think of, other than Michelob Ultra. It is not disgusting, but compared against beers of similar price and mass produced quality, Coors Light falls short. It's not fun to drink, there are lots of bubbles, it doesn't taste good with food in my opinion, and there is no reason to drink it, other than possibly if you are trying to down a 12 pack without getting sick. On the upside, it always tastes fresh, and relatively the same. If Coors Light didn't exist, no one would notice, at least not many, except from a marketing standpoint. The can looks cool to me and the silver bullet marketing, although old, is somewhat timeless and nostalgic. It's hard to hate this beer, as there is nothing wrong with it, but there is not much to like, either. This is the rental car/Holiday Inn Express of beers. It is okay. It hangs out for a long time in the cooler at parties so it ends up being a good leftover beer for working in the yard the next day. But overall it is a letdown. I'm surprised at how much shelf space it gets.