I love how this shampoo keeps my hair hydrated. I have straight, color treated hair (medium brown) and it works very well to mantain the color. My hair tends to be oily in the roots but because of the dye it is very dry in the ends. I use with the conditioner every other day and I consider it a very good treatment. I would recommend this shampoo if you have color treated hair that needs hydration.
I have been using this serum since it was launched and it really works for me. First, because it doesn't irritate my skin like other acne products. (trust me, I tried a lot, and all of them recommended by dermatologists. The last one I was using was Avene Triacneal, but I live in a very dry city - I don't know if it influenced - and my skin started to get red. Before I was using Epiduo - adapalene and benzoyl peroxide - and I had to stop because it was very irritating). Even the 2% salycilic acid in facial soaps was too aggressive for me. I needed something to treat acne that wasn't so harsh. This serum came right on time. It has only 1% salycilic acid, and at the same time has peptides to treat aging (peptides are little pieces of protein, and they help the skin to build collagen. Different then retinoids, for example, that stimulate the skin to renew the cells by exfoliating it). Of course I also use sunscreen on my face every day - its is the first rule if you want to prevent aging and dark spots. I still have cystic acne sometimes, but my I feel that my skin is healthyer than it was with other acne products. This serum is very gentle and hydrating enough without making your face oily. It has a fair price, one bottle costs $44.50 and lasts 1 month for me. It's my new favorite and I definitely recommend it.
I bought this foundation because of the coverage, texture and SPF, which I wish was 30 actually, but it is better than using sunscreen+foundation. I have some acne scars and it covers well and it is buildable. I don't even use under eye concealer anymore. Besides the weak sun protection, the other downside is that it transfers easily. It is pretty cheap - only US$27 and it lasts long. It is a good price for everything it does. Its consistency is creamy enough to apply with the hand, saving a lot of time in the everyday makeup. But it is not oily - my skin breaks out easily and I didn't have any problems. It also doesn't cake. Looks very natural.
I have used Head and Shoulders before to stop the dandruff and it worked very well. Now I color my hair and anti-dandruff shampoo fades the color, so I can't use it. I got the Head and Shoulders Dry Scalp Care Shampoo and Conditioner from Influenster and I had to try, so I asked my husband to do it. He said it worked well, although he hadn't used it for a long period yet. As for me, I can only tell about the smell and how his hair feels after the shower. There is no special fragrance, so it just smells like shampoo. And his hair was soft and hydrated.
Not so gentle. It removes the make up superficially, but you need to use something else to remove the eyeliner and the mascara. Also, it irritates the skin. I recommend only if you need something to remove your make up very fast, and if your skin is not sensitive.
Silky and gets invisible fast. If you don't spread it fast enough it flakes. Makes the skin looks better and controls the oil for a while. I Like it but I don't think I will buy again because it made my skin irritated. I have sensitive acne prone skin so I think it doesn't work well with the other products I use every day.