My name is Khadijah but you can call me Khadi.
This sample came in the form of a packet for a one time use. But the regular in store product is a 1.5oz tube for $4.49 on sheamoisture.com. The sample contained enough product for a good one time use of the product. The product is meant to be a smoothing exfoliator to help cleanses any impurities of the skin. I used a facial spatular to apply the product all over my face and neck. Then used my hands to massage in my skin in a circular and upward motion. The scent is very mild, but PLEASE do not get the product in your eye. I did and it was horrible. I felt like my skin was softer and cleanser after use. I didn't really need to do anything else to my face. So I used my Little Barn Coconut + Mint facial mist to set my face and start my day. This is a product I see myself purchasing and using more that I have tried the sample. It reasonable priced and works well.
The sample size packaging is great for trial. I have it in my work bag, just in case I need a refresh during the day or if I need to freshen up after work to head straight to happy hour. There is nothing special about this product to me. It's just like any other deodorant minus the parabens, aluminum and phthalates. You put this deodorant on the same way you would any other deodorant. I've used this deodorant for the past week and had no issues of being musty. I don't really do any hard labor activity throughout the day anyways. I think it's slightly impressive that the formula still seems to work without the aluminum, parabens and phthalates. It makes me questions why those ingredients were ever added to hygiene and body care products in the first place. A question consumers will probably never know the truth about. This deodorant is made without aluminum, parabens, phthalates, and talc. Honestly, I don't know what none of these ingredients are. But I do know that "Free From" parabens and phthalates, etc. has become a industry trend for skincare and cosmetic products. Just about everything new to market have these "Free From" call outs on the packaging and all over social media.
Best for craft projects. I was working on some diy projects and went to target to get supplies and thought about the clean up process and decided I needed cotton balls. Of course if I see an organic item for the low low I’m going to pick that over the others. These work well and absorbs water good.
Borrowed (didn’t give them back) these from my friend cause I was out and she had too many cotton swabs. I needed swabs to clean out my ears. Nothing special about these they work just as good as all the others just branded with the Sephora collection style. I personally won’t go to sephora just got cotton swabs that’s what dollar tree is for. BUT THEY WORK GOOD
The equate line really comes in handy for under market priced beauty and personal care items. Cotton swabs are always a beauty essential for beauty hair and personal care. I was in Walmart and picked these up. I use at least one daily.
I love a good matte liquid lipstick. I normally don’t wear red but in the winter months Red lips makes every outfit and sunglasses duo pop. It stays on all day. I had to reapply after eating just to freshen up
This was on mark down at Kroger so I decided to try it. Works amazingly just like the original brand. I love that it is chlorine free. I don’t see myself purchasing it if it not on sale or mark down because I like the original.
Review for: Ajax Cleanser with Bleach, 21 oz more...
This is sold for $1 at the dollar tree it’s one of the cheapest but most effective cleaning products ever. I use it to clean my bathroom tub and toilet. Great for cleaning bathroom tile. I love how thick the powder is and mixed with the right amount of water it foams just the right amount for deep cleaning power.