I received this product in my Rosy VoxBox. I have used it in the past, I know it's a nice deodorant and it does its job. However, I have moved to am ore all natural route in my life and will not be testing this specific product I received. I will be passing this along to someone else who may want it.
It's the same Oreo taste you may be used to but the cookie is thinner and more brittle. It's not as soft a cookie as with normal Oreos, which I kind of really like and enjoy. I definitely recommend picking these up if you haven't ever tried them before!
I actually really enjoyed these. They have a crisp flavor but also a hint of peas. It was surprisingly refreshing. Not too greasy, not too salty. I actually found myself enjoying the pea flavor as well. I recommend giving it a try. I did receive these for free to try, but all opinions are my own.
Pretty much a go-to when it comes to barbecuing, dipping, or marinading. It's always pretty spot on with the flavor profiles and there are a decent amount of flavor options to choose from. This is also pretty locally available from all nearby grocery stores, markets, and even sometimes pharmacy stores like RiteAid or Walgreens.
I love, love, love this product. Seriously, I cannot say that enough. I can never go back to normal conditioners now. It is described as smelling like strawberries and vanilla but that's not really the smell I get. I definitely get a very sweet smell, but more so vanilla and honey than strawberry. However, this is an all-natural product so all those things actually go into and make up this conditioner.
You don't need to use a whole lot so long as you comb it through your hair in the shower. About a quarter to half-dollar size is good enough. Once it's all over my hair I let it sit for a little bit to let all the good stuff soak into my hair. And when I rinse it, it's just amazing. First thing I'd like to point out, it does not stick to my hair. It rinses clean within minutes and doesn't make my hair greasy. That's always been my issue with conditioner, I can never really tell when it's all out. This, it comes out nicely. Not to mention how great my bathroom smells during and after this part.
The smell sticks to you and I love getting slight whiffs of the sweet smell as I'm moving around going about my day. My hair feels nice, not frizzy, shiny. And it's just so soft. I cannot say enough good things.
Always have one in the freezer in case neither of us feel like cooking. Emergency pizza. Never fails to satisfy, and always delicious. But, better than delivery? There is just something in delivery pizza that DiGiorno can't compete with.
Clock Tower 3 is not the Clock Tower you used to know. While it still remains a survival horror game, it removes the point-and-click aspect for 3D movement.
You control Alyssa Hamilton as you journey from location to location uncovering the truth about the her family. Each location features a different murderous sociopath that will randomly spawn and chase you until you either outwit them or they kill you.
The cut scenes and acting are very cheesy, but it kind of adds to the feel of the game. However, it does feel like these scenes were rushed when being dubbed English. Some of the scenes have voices not in sync with all the mouth movements making me feel like they were only given one take and they were done. Unfortunate, but not the worst aspect to the game.
The boss battles are my only real complaint. After completing each location, and freeing the trapped spirits, you face the specific sociopath face-to-face. Expect you go through a magical girl transformation and turn into some kind of cherub Valkyrie. You gain a bow for only this portion and are forced to kill. It just really pulls you out of the gameplay, it just doesn't fit. The game is all about being helpless, which adds to the fear, and now you're suddenly... not? Not to mention these fights are usually exceptionally hard with the last boss being close to impossible.
Overall the game is a fun experience. It's actually quite scary as sometimes you're really not expecting one of the sociopaths to pop out. However, I feel the boss fights really pull you into a different game and out of the gameplay. While still one of my go-to-games that I will never tire of playing, I feel Capcom did it better with Haunting Ground.
Note: While this game shares the Clock Tower name it is not the same kind of game. You will be extremely disappointed and think it's a failure of a game as high expectations won't be met.