Inoffensive and chalky in that good Flinstones vitamin way (but less extreme). They work to help give quick relief for heartburn. Basically the industry standard, and think they've earned that place. I keep a small travel size in my car for my parents.
If you're really achingly sore, these are for you. I used them through growing pains as a kid, and now for joint pains. They may smell strongly but it isn't nauseating. They're my big guns in pain relief.
My go-to for aches and pains. I always have a travel size in my purse ready to go.the pinky coating makes them easy to take for all ages. I get faster and better results with ibuprofen to. Definitely my standard and what I hand to others too.
It's a good size for brushes, a little wiggle room without brushes flying everywhere. It was fairly affordable and travels well. It isn't my favorite material but it's practical. If looking for a simple carrier this is a great bet, not flimsy at all.
No particularly strong burn going down and you'll fin it in every bar. Can't go wrong with a vodka cranberry using Grey Goose, it's practically effortless. I'm no vodka expert but it is what I stocked my bar cart with.
Intensely The flavor is definitely intensely cherry! While I doubt this would survive being mixed with a dark soda, this is a solid choice for other mixers. Reasonably priced in my neck of the woods, it's a staple for jungle juice.
For me it takes two consecutive uses to get god results. The way I use them is to hold them down, snap, let the liquid run down for a few seconds, and then swab in circular motions on and around the blemish for a good 20 seconds. It takes a little bit, but the application works every time without drying out the surrounding skin. I also only apply at night. The tint doesn't strike as a concealer or anything that should go under makeup or skincare. They're great for spot treating while traveling, but I do warn that these don't help a blemish come to the top of the skin for me, they already have to be surfaced.
Silly, but I love that this is green and a gel. It's lightweight, absorbs easily, and does give me pore shrinking and oil control (without stressing out the parts of my face that aren't oily). It is pricey, particularly for a toner, but for good ingredients and results, it's worth a look.
The shadows felt smooth and a little powdery (since they're so soft). They are comparable to the Pro palettes' formula but I find the Pro palettes adhere better than newer releases. Some shades were pigmented whole others were sheer, and some applied fine without primer ad others sheeted out so easily that it was impossible to maintain opaque coverage on the lid. Overall the palette was a little hit or miss for me, excluding all but two shades, it's definitely workable.
I am new to peels and microdermabrasion, and compared to previous experience with exfoliating scrubs and an electronic facial brush, there is a notable difference-- an immediate one! What surprised me most was how soft, smooth and dewy my skin felt after the first use. I bought the trial package where each treatment comes in a set of three packets. I cut them all open with scissors before use so I wouldn't struggle tearing at them with wet hands. I used the scrub in the shower so I could rinse it away thoroughly and use the steam to open up my pores. When I applied the gel, I felt tingling and then two minutes later covered my face with that soothing mask directly on top of the gel. It feels like a spa treatment in the comfort of your own home. I have now used it three times and I look forward to the whole process. I will note that each time the tingling feeling has lessened. Less sensitivity to it now? The first time I had redness that faded overnight.