A fun idea and possibly fun application if you're into or don't mind sticky gels. And waiting for gels to dry. And peeling the gels off in more than one piece. The gels are much more vibrant than your lips will be after taking the gels off. So to me, it's not really worth it for everyday application. Just get a regular tinted balm.
Pacifica aims for safe ingredients and recyclable packaging. All their products are vegan, gluten and cruelty-free. I'm not sure if I opened these a while after buying or they didn't keep well after opening, but they're the gauzy type of towelettes. I find these dry out and can't really clean. These smell wonderful though.
At first I did not like that this was in fact, liquid! I'd never had a foundation like it and actually thought it had melted or something and that's why it was on sale. But I actually love the velvet finish and sheer weight while providing good coverage. Since it is like a powder, it can be hard to blend. As I said, redness may be covered, but any texture issues will still be there. Possibly not good for dry skin.
I'm glad I got this when it was on sale because I feel like I used it twice, and then it broke :( The color was very beautiful, and it comes with a sharpener at the end. But it's not the pencil type that you can just sharpen but a twist type. So if you're good at eyeliner, it may work.
Derma e has all sorts of natural-y goodness. 100% vegan and cruelty-free, and no parabens, sodium lauryl sulfates, petrolatum, mineral oil, artificial colors, gluten, soy or GMOs. Very refreshing! Helped smooth my skin. The only issue is that I can't really tell what the charcoal does or is effective, particularly with drawing out toxins.
I got a sample of this in a Birchbox years ago and loved it. The texture is very fine so it's gentle but gritty enough to exfoliate. I really think that it must be like a mini-version of a microdermabrasion because my skin always looked better after use. It's paraben and sulfate free, and I believe otherwise filled with natural stuff. I will say that it's more expensive and I don't like things that say they'll "brighten" because that may very well mean "lighten" especially something with papaya.
Pros: all kinds of natural-y goodness! This variant has 5 different mints, so it smells like those little red and white candies. The conditioner also has essential oils and amino acids. The bottles are also recyclable and BPA-free! Cons: I didn't really notice any difference in my hair. I was hoping that a peppermint hair product would help stimulate growth, but I didn't see it or any moisturizing improvement. It may have washed dandruff away but didn't solve the problem. Could definitely just not be what my hair specifically needs. Would try other products from the brand.
Cute idea (although perhaps in execution maybe a little creepy lol). But like with all sheet masks for me, so far, I didn't really notice anything. I did try it a while ago, so I may be a bit biased. My wrapping of it does smell like rosemary though. Also not the most natural ingredients (PEGs) but not unusual or alarming for a more affordable product. Just a heads up for anyone looking!
Get $5 off your first purchase with code REZZOREZ! It stinks to see people have terrible experiences with Posh! I admit that $7 is high for shipping and actually prevents me from buying a lot of the time. However, as a seller it makes things way easier compared to sites like eBay or Mercari. The fees.. can also be a nuisance, but the site has a popular, specific audience. I like that, unlike Mercari, they have "parties" and allow you to share listings which helps keep the marketplace fresh. I've also had buyer issues but they were small and few in between. I guess I'm just glad that my buyers were satisfied!