When i first started learning how to apply makeup i used eco tools brushes on a daily basis. Although I’ve upgraded my skills and moved myself to more expensive brushes, i recently bought a few different eco tools brushes for my younger sister who just started getting into makeup. The bristles are super soft, they blend well, and they pick up product evenly. Plus they’re organic, which is always an added bonus.
I didn't notice much of a difference after I used this product, but thats probably because I only used it once. It did make my nails and feel a little smoother though, which was nice. It was easy to apply and smelled great. Its relatively cheap and easy to find at any Walmart, so I'm definitely willing to try it out again.
Not a the biggiest fan of the thickened juice. I think they taste like apple juice and they worked well for smoothies. So, I didn't exactly hate them, I just know that if I had a choice I wouldn't reach for these again. Thats just my opinion though, some people may like the thick texture!
Use this stuff religiously. Does wonders for your skin, keeps everything super moisturized and prevents dryness/cracks. I also use it to keep my hair healthy and strong by applying to my roots for 15 minutes before every shower. It also helps you loose weight and keeps your insides happy and healthy! Coconut oil is basically the best thing since sliced bread. 10/10
These taste better then the regular pb cups do. I like how they still incorporate the crunchy-ness of the butterfinger while adding the creaminess of the peanut butter. Will definitely be buying (and eating the whole pack myself) again.