I hope they keep making this product because it's the best for my face. I can't find another redness soothing cleanser out there at a good price. I have a little rosacea, and within a week it was so much better. I cannot find this in the store at all, but I found it here on Amazon.
I love this foaming cleanser. It has been discontinued for quite a while, so when I saw it online I was really excited! It takes off eye makeup gently and without stinging. That is what I like most about it. I hate to have to use a separate product to remove my makeup. It never leaves my eyes feeling dry. I tried so many other face cleansers, but this one is by far the best I have found.
I've used this product for years and it's always a reliable, wonderful product, which is the case for all of Oil of Olay's products. It's fast and easy to use in the shower and works great on getting makeup off including mascara. It's never broken my skin out and is a very inexpensive product. I would recommend this product to anyone.
I've had this palette since forever and it is one of my favorites. The shadows are still the same as I bought them and the colors are perfect for a natural look or can build to a dramatic look. This is a staple in my makeup collection, and half-baked is my daily lid color.
From the moment you open the bag, a waft of tabasco hits your nostrils. They taste good, as good as the plain cheesy cheez-its with the extra sweet/sour zing from the tabasco, but leaves a sort of nutty aftertaste, the taste you would have in your mouth after eating peanuts. Don't get me wrong, I like peanuts but I wasn't really expecting the taste in these. The cheesy taste goes away fast. As far as hot goes, I could feel the minute heat spread across my tongue but it goes away quickly. Not spicy or hot enough for me (unlike hot cheetos which gets steam pouring out my ears).
This was actually a mistake purchase by me. I meant to be buying Sunflower seeds. But now all my neighbors are raving about my sunflower seed breads and muffins. These seeds are surprisingly not over salted, so they are great for baking. I use them as the amount of salt I would normally have to add to my baking.
A pinch or so occasionally as just a snack is also a real treat. Enjoy them.
I love great snacks and particularly cashews. When it comes to nuts, Planters has been a household and well-trusted name for many decades and synonymous with quality and freshness in its nut products. However, over the years, as our food supply and sourcing has changed, so have many U.S. companies in their efforts to sustain supply to meet both U.S. and global demand and to increase revenue.
(Note to you: it doesn't taste good when you sprinkle it on your steak.)
But, after a long week of working, I wanted something salty. A little spicy. Very cheesy. I picked up a jar of this stuff, ignoring the price completely. You know how it goes when you want somethin' real bad... You don't care about the price at all. Well, I slathered a good half jar of this over some Frito's scoops. What happened next was something out of a horror movie. An alien was attempting to hatch in my stomach. I needed to move. FAST.
And move I did. Boy, I tell you, if I had known that this stuff worked as well as it does, I never would have wasted all that money on laxatives. Because underneath that shiny lid, behind that pretty label, lies a slimy ooze that's sure to clean you out for all you're worth.
Corn Pops Cereal, 17.2-Ounce Boxes (Pack of 3), by Corn Pops. This cereal goes back a ways. I remember it from about 60 years ago when it was called Kellogg's Sugar Pops. The cereal does not seem to have changed much in all that time. I should be staying away from sugar, and I would not have bought it if it still had sugar in the name, but I don't believe in wasting food, so I ate it anyway, sometimes as cereal, and sometimes as a snack in front of the TV. It tasted fine, and I think anyone would like it.
According to WikipediA, "Corn Pops is a breakfast cereal made by Kellogg's, described by the company as "crunchy sweetened popped-up corn cereal." Originally called Sugar Pops, it was introduced in 1951 as the sponsor for "The Adventures of Wild Bill Hickok" radio show. The name was changed to Sugar Corn Pops in 1978, and finally to Corn Pops in 1984, a time when many cereals dropped the word "Sugar" from their titles. In January 2006, the name of the cereal was changed to Pops, but after a few months of poor reception, was changed back to Corn Pops. Sometimes, this cereal is just referred to as Pops."