This is a great lotion to keep handy. I have a myriad of topical allergies and had just returned from a week in England when I realized a small rash on my hand. One thing I’m allergic to is laundry detergent (dye free/fragrance free is what I use) so I sleep in long sleeves and pants while traveling, but my hands were exposed. I picked up some of this lotion (a little pricey, about $15) at CVS and after a few days, the slight rash on my hand disappeared! Great buy!
I was so excited to find this lash glue on amazon that wasn’t in a tube but rather a brush applicator. Duo is the brand to beat in the eyelash glue department, but their tubes are always drying and clogging my on me. This is a great alternative, but here’s a piece of advice. Apply carefully and be ready to scrub it off your eyelid after. While I like how secure my eyelashes are, I find it very hard to get off and have to use a washcloth with some scrubbing in the shower to get all the glue off in full.
This is my new nightstand buddy. After seeing it on Shark Tank, I knew I had to get one eventually. For me, it helps me with breakouts along the jaw line. When my cell phone is regularly sanitized, it helps me with the bacteria that causes breakouts. I like that it also charges your phone while it’s in there. I also use it to sanitize my keys, work badge, etc.
This is such a cool little product. When applying it for the first time, it was such a cool feeling to feel the tingle as it foamed up. I thought the scent was light and pleasant and loved the feel on my skin. I originally bought this at Ulta after asking a sales clerk for a allergy friendly cleanser. This was recommended since it’s paraben free, vegan and very gentle. I only gave it four starts since I don’t think it had enough grit or an abrasive quality to keep my face clean, so I switched to Philosophy.
I can describe this product in one word : CAKEY. This makeup was so heavy not only in how it looked on my skin but how harsh it was on my pores. I broke out like crazy after using this product and I just felt so weighed down by the product. I’ve tried so many foundations and this one just didn’t cut it for me.
I so wanted to like this bronzer, especially given the low price point. However, I was quickly disappointed. For my skin tone, it was too orangey and rubbed out easily. I wouldn’t recommend this bronzer. If you want a great drugstore bronzer, go with Physician’s Formula!
It’s the best in the business for a reason. This was my first time trying St. Tropez and the first time trying a self tanning option other than Jergens Natural Glow. Obviously, the worst pair of any self tanner is the waiting/drying period. I also bought their shower version, which eliminates that mostly. But overall, it went on really well with their mitt and it helped me bump up a few shades before heading to Florida and blending in with the white beach chairs.
Let me just say, I have been using this product now for a few months and have not been able to find a better shampoo in my life for my blonde hair. This purple shampoo keeps my color bright, keeps the brassy-ness at bay and my hair healthy. I alternate using this and just a simple Head & Shoulders (my actual favorite clarifying shampoo over luxury brand clarifying shampoos) and my hair has never looked better or been more healthy. I purchased mine on Dermstore’s website and received a travel size of their thickening spray for free!
I have to give a shout out to my stylist for introducing me to this line. After a regular cut/color, I had to get some of this product as a staple in my own vanity. This is perfect to apply to the ends meet of my damp hair before blow drying, applying a quick heat protectant and then using a flat iron. It makes my hair shiny and healthy looking without looking greasy. I stay away from putting it on the crown of my hair just to avoid a large amount of product build up or grease in that area.