This product is pretty decent for the price and basically available everywhere. I have combination acne prone skin and I did not notice any flare ups. It’s a lightweight lotion and doesn’t feel like I’m putting a mask on.
I purchased this on sale at Kroger and I would say it is a reasonably priced and good quality B.B. cream. It’s a thicker texture and I feel more heavily tinted than other creams. I like the smell but it is strong and takes some time to get used to. I’d recommend this for winter wear, as it’s pretty heavy. I have fair combination acne prone skin and while it works for tone, I feel that I had more breakouts when using it exclusively.
Note: I just used these yesterday and plan on editing my review in two weeks to give the product enough time to work.
I picked these up at tj Maxx for about $4. I’ve seen the success of baby feet but didn’t want to pay the price, so I was really excited to find this.
First things first, the booties come in a small box. You then cut each package open, and it becomes the bootie. Technically these fit a human foot fine - but I had to wrap my feet in a Kroger back and tie it up before I could really do anything with them on. They don’t come with ties or tape or anything and don’t really adhere on they’re own. The little cloth pieces do not come out of the plastic.
I wasn’t a fan of the smell but you can’t smell anything once they’re on and wrapped up. I left these on for 90 minutes after I took a shower. They felt fine and didn’t really sting but made my feet feel hot around the 60 minute mark. It felt like having a heating pad on your feet. Not bad, not scary.
Today is day 2 after using them and I’ve noticed a slightly different texture to my feet, like they’re kind of drying out. No peeling yet.
I use this every so often when I catch it on sale and I really love it. It doesn’t have a strong smell. The salts dissolve pretty fast and help moisturize my skin without irritating it or leaving any gross residue.
I really like using this stuff. It doesn’t really have a smell but it does foam up really nicely and keep the bath warm. The bubbles last for almost the entire bath. I use it with coconut oil as well so I can’t tell if it moisturizes my skin by itself but it certainly doesn’t irritate it or dry it out in anyway.
I have the foot cream and I use it every so often for about a week at a time. It works pretty well and it doesn’t have a strong smell at all. I like the texture and if you’re familiar with a mineral oil base, you can tell it’s here. It does leave your hands kind of tacky afterwards.
I’d give this a 5 based on the smell alone - I love violets! Ive had bleached blonde hair for a bit and it’s my favorite to use to fight brass I was. I’d say it works very well and prolongs the state of my color. While a quarter sized amount does the trick for my shoulder length hair, it make not be sudsy enough for some and will definitely be too runny. Give it a shot - it’s a bit expensive but you might fall in love with the scent and it has real staying power.
I received a small sample of this from a friend’s Ipsy bag and I love it. I haven’t even hit pan on the sample and I use it a few times a week as my contour. It blends and builds well and isn’t overly shiny. It hasn’t made my combination and acne prone skin act up. Works well on very very fair completions (think bone white) with pink undertones.
I like to use this as my heavy duty cleaner. I will use it for the bathroom fixtures and for messy kitchen jobs, like spring cleaning the fridge. The bleach isn’t over powering and you still have to be careful not to get it on anything you’re worried about staining. You can normally find some kind of discount for this at Kroger.