I've been using this for years and while it doesn't taste offensive and leaves my teeth looking white, I don't think it does a whole bunch for my teeth. I've just used up another tube of this and I don't think I'll be repurchasing - I want to find something less abrasive.
This conditioner didn't do anything for my hair at all. In fact, I think it left my hair in worse shape than if I had gone without. It weighed my hair down, causing it to look flat. It also left a thin film on my hair no matter how long I spent rinsing my hair. At least it didn't irritate my scalp.
I stole this from my boyfriend and I like it better than some of my higher end shampoos. It always leaves my hair feeling shiny and soft, more than other shampoos do. I can't say if it's done anything for my scalp or dandruff, since I have neither issue, but it's very good for the price.
I use dove shampoos often because they never irritate my rather sensitive scalp. However, this one do much for me. It doesn't moisturize my hair as much as other dove shampoos, and the texture is oddly goopy, and there are little beads that give it a gritty texture. I think I prefer more "conventional" shampoos.
I used this occasionally. I like how a little goes a pretty long way when using a loofah along with it, but the peach scent is actually a little overpowering in the shower. It's nice to go about the rest of my day smelling like fruit, but not enough to warrant repurchasing.
I like this hair straightener because it's good for keeping the ends of my hair straight and also for giving a little lift and slight curl to my bangs. Its size is just right for my fine hair - any larger would be overkill. It also manages to make my hair behave, which isn't easy.
I always lose the smaller one, but the larger one gets the job done just fine. I'm not very picky about nail clippers, so I don't have much to say other than that these are good enough for my purposes. I'll probably buy replacements when I inevitably lose mine again.
I have been buying wardrobe staples from Aeropostale ever since high school. Their camisoles are my absolute favorite, and I own at least 10 of them. They also last a very long time, despite being crumpled in suitcases, stepped on, and stolen by my sisters.
I really like how H&M clothing is well made and reasonably priced. I have a lot of clothing from H&M because of the wide variety of options. I can find anything from suits to ruffled shorts to fluffy sweaters, all of which I have worn and loved. I will definitely buy more from H&M in the years to come.
I think a lot of clothing from Abercrombie is priced a bit higher than it should be, but I've enjoyed the things I've bought from there so far. They're well-made and understated - even though I'm in my 20's, I can still find pieces there to work into my everyday wardrobe.