My 10 yr old really enjoyed this toothpaste! He loved the way it tasted (mint chocolate! who wouldn't love that?) because it didn't have as strong of a mint flavor as regular adult toothpaste. He would even get upset if we ran out of our toothpaste and had to use his! I can no longer find this item locally so I now order it online.
The only thing about this I didn't like was the packaging - nothing wrong with it but it had a screw on cap and I like flip top caps. I find flip top caps easier to use and you don't have to worry about losing it.
I always have these on hand - my son loves these. When he was younger I would throw them in his lunch/snack bag for school. Now that he's older he doesn't want to carry a lunch bag around so he just throws them into his bag for snack. I once asked him if they broke/got smashed in his bag and he response was they do but he just pours it into his mouth instead - lol
Love these! There like a cross between a pretzel and a chip - tastes like a pretzel but flat like a chip. You can eat these plain or with a dip of your choosing. One of my go to snacks are these with hummus - YUMMY!
I’ve been wanting to try this since I saw it last year - 15 seconds and it’s supposed to feel like you wore a mask for 10-20 minutes. The directions say to fill up a basin/sink/bowl with water, pour in a capful of product and splash the water on your face. Or you can splash a half a capful on your face while you’re in the shower.
One bottle costs $45 and the inner cheapskate in me just couldn’t over the fact that I would pretty much be pouring all that product($$$) down the drain. Then the geek in me did the math:
7oz bottle costs $45 ~ 7oz = 207.015ml 1 capful = 7ml ~ 207.015ml/7ml = 29.573 uses ~ $45/29 uses = $1.55 per use 1/2 capful = 3.5ml ~ 207.015ml/3.5ml = 59.147 uses ~ $45/59 = $0.76 per use
After I broke it down I could finally justify taking the plunge and buying it - I mean I usually spend more than $1.55 on sheet masks so it’s like buying the masks in bulk! I also bought it at Sephora - which usually has a really great return policy!
Even after doing the math and taking the plunge and buying it I still felt like I’d just be pouring all the product/$$$ down the drain… Sooo this is what I did:
You going to need: Blithe Patting Water Pack, Clean pump bottle, Measuring spoon, Measuring cup, Water
The ratio is 1:100 = 1 part Blithe Patting Water Pack to 100 parts water. I have a 500ml pump bottle so 5ml of Blithe and 500ml of water. Shake it up a bit and TADAAA!!!!!!! I now have a 500ml bottle to splash, wipe, dip, whatever! I also keep a small travel size spray bottle with this in my purse. I can use it as much as I want without feeling any guilt!!! I use it at least twice a day or whenever I wash my face, or just because. I can use it on my body, as a sheet mask, anything I feel like.
My new bare minimum skin care routine is now double cleanse (with my Foreo or Clarisonic), toner, Blithe mask, moisturizer. The Blithe patting mask makes my face feel sooooo soft/smooth and so far it hasn’t made me break out which is always a bonus.
I've also made a couple extra bottles of this - one for my cousin and another for a friend - so far everyone is loving it!
Would I repurchase? Yes, I’m even considering buying the other 2 formulas to try out - especially the Soothing Yellow Citrus & Honey formula
This is my all time favorite conditioner - the minty smell puts some people off of the conditioner but I love it. My hair is well past my waist (just cut it...) and it keeps it nice and soft. I especially love the way it makes my scalp tingle when I let it sit (yes... I know you're only supposed to it conditioner on your ends) and when you rinse it out with cool water it just makes your scalp feel amazing!