Scent is great, if strong. Unfortunately, I feel like the lightness of the foam causes the conditioner to rinse off my hair (1a/i/baby fine) hair much too quickly in an average shower setting (which is how most consumers will use it), unlike a regular cream conditioner, which has the weight and volume to stay put. Using this conditioner and going without conditioner has the same end results on my hair. That said, it doesn't weigh my hair down (plus) even without results, and even though the conditioner leaves a "sticky" feeling on my hand after use, I haven't noticed it translating over to my hair, and it easily rinses off.
Works great for my super fine (1a/i), below tailbone-length hair: doesn't weigh it down, doesn't make it sticky or greasy, even after multiple uses - a rarity for me! If I could rate on that alone, I'd give it at least 4 stars. Unfortunately, its effect on my scalp is a completely different story - ehile it does not burn or irritate my scalp (a problem I've had with some shampoos), it does leave a ton of large, white dandruff flakes (almost certainly some form of build up) regardless of rinse, as well as causing serious sebum build-up that almost looks like scabs. As much as I want to like it, because the scent is amazing (if strong) and my hair's reaction to it, I can't rate it very highly due to my scalp issues.
This is my favorite ranch dressing. I don't really like ranch unless it's on my cheap pepperoni pizza or pizza rolls, but this stuff is okay. Honestly, my son likes ranch more, and this is the stuff he'll request - he wants the "bacon ranch" for all of his dipping needs. :P
Yum! Yum, yum, yum. I first had these in 2005, when I was 15, when I bought one during a high school thespian festival. I needed caffeine, but I didn't want to have one of the available energy/caffeinated drinks (Red Bull or Mountain Dew). I hated coffee (I still do hate most coffee), but this is one of my favorite things even after a decade. It has the mocha-chocolate taste, and it's nice and smooth, not chalky (which I've noticed can be a problem from some of the storebrand knock offs)... I love this. :)
This is probably my favorite Monster, but I don't really get them anymore. It's low calorie, which is nice, and it kind of tastes like liquefied Smartie candies, but it's one of those things that you either have to have an addiction to (like I did when I was younger), or you have to really, really like the taste (which I do, in small doses). It works for me, caffeine-wise, as well, but only after a few of them.
I didn't notice any difference at all, honestly. Maybe it just wasn't right for me, but I spent a pretty decent amount (for someone who isn't used to spending on beauty products, anyway) just to try it and I wasn't satisfied at all. Oh well, you win some, you lose some.
This is the best beer to make beer cheese with - get a bottle of this, some cream cheese, some Romano & Parmesan cheeses, Italian blend seasoning, red peppers and a few other ingredients that escape me right now, mix them all together, get yourself some great crusty bread, and go to town. Seriously, best thing ever. It has a less hoppy flavor than some of the other Founders beers, so it's a great gateway for someone who isn't really into craft but gets dragged to the local tap bar, and it gives off a few floral notes post-swallow, once the hops die down. I'm incredibly biased, though - my husband and I bonded over Founders and his desire to introduce me to good beers, so Founders will always hold a special place in my heart.