I've always loved the ABH Clear Brow Gel and probably always will. Since I discovered this last September, I have barely used the ABH clear brow gel. This adds a little more oomph to my brows, but they still look very natural when I use this alone. I add a brow pencil when I want fuller looking brows.
The shampoo and conditioner combo work great together. By the time I rinse the shampoo, this thick conditioner makes my hair feel luxurious. My hair looks smooth (mostly) and feels soft when I use this. It smells nice without being overbearing, too.
I really loved this product. The shampoo lather is incredible, so I do not need a lot to get a really clean feeling. Less product and less scrubbing equal less tangles in my baby fine hair. Some products make the tangles in my hair worse (like a different shampoo without lather I used this morning). That also helps reduce frizz, because there is less pulling when I comb my wet hair. Frizz is my biggest issue, because my wavy/curly hair gets very frizzy when it gets tangled. While no product will ever completely remove my frizz, this does a great job of drastically reducing it. My hair looks smooth (mostly) and feels soft when I use this. It smells nice without being overbearing, too. The only reason I did not give this specific product a higher rating is I tried the Intense Hydration in the Walmart Beauty Box. That one is even better, so get that one!
This multi-tasker is my all-time favorite beauty product, because it is one of the rare multi-use products that works better in all the places it treats than many or most items designed to only target specific areas. I really think anyone could find a way to use this, so I suggest everyone try it.
It is one of the only products I've dedicated an entire article to where I mention the top 20 uses.
Acne, Dullness, Fine Lines & Wrinkles, Redness, Sensitivity, Sun Damage, Scarring, Uneven Skin Tone, Dark Spots
This has SPF but is also moisturizing, so I thought it would be the perfect after shower application for my boys’ bodies on school days. They go out for recess, so they could use the SPF. The added moisturizer could save me a step, which is ideal for early school mornings. I still apply lotion to my four-year-old, and I do the sunblock (when used) on both boys. My four-year-old had eczema flare-ups after using this a few times, so I could not use it on him. While my nine-year-old never told me exactly what he disliked about it, he just did not care for it. That meant I had to finish the product purchased for them. It does moisturize, but it does not feel anywhere near as moisturizing as a regular lotion. If I am going in the sun, I prefer to use moisturizer and sunblock separately to get the best of both worlds. I finished this in Winter, because it expires in April. It is not something I would likely repurchase, but I would not rule out using it again (on myself only) in spring or summer.