Great coupons and savings, both for credit card holders and those who don’t have one. The product selection is great - apparel, home goods, and otherwise. Returns are easy, online ordering is easy, and stores typically seem well staffed.
It’s easy to pay others from, even if you don’t use the same bank. Unfortunately, because it connects via bank account or credit card, there’s a bit of a wait before you can start transferring money. After the first time, it’s easy and quick.
Colourpop products, Ultra Mattes being no exception, are a prime example of products that are completely different depending on what shade you buy. For the price, it’s totally worth checking out which ones will work for you. I have several of these liquid lips, some of which (Lumiere II, for example) are absolutely perfect, others (like Times Square) dry down and chip.
This is a pretty, barely pink champagne highlight. I do not use it everyday because the formula, while not offering an impressive amount of shine, somehow remains oily wherever I apply it. I do use this on a ‘no-makeup makeup’ day over a light B.B. Cream or on a fresh face as it adds just the right amount of luminosity.
Review for: Dr. Jart+ Water Drop Hydrating Moisturizer 3.3 oz more...
Such a unique product! The gel turns to small water droplets as it sits on the skin, and is very gentle on the face. There isn’t much of a scent either, which is nice. For a water cream, this is nice. As a moisturizer, I wouldn’t recommend it. The effects are gone relatively soon after use. This would be better served as a solution for weather damaged skin or for some repair after a particularly drying mask.
Could be a total placebo effect, seeing as I know nothing about medicine, but Tums taste great and are the ultimate salve for an upset tummy for me. They seem to calm nausea or ‘just something I ate’ aches equally well.
I thought Aleve was my go-to painkiller, until I started experiencing ongoing pains. I have a lot of luck with it for cuts, sore gums, or other aches that I need dulled. It’s the “real” pains that I find it completely unhelpful with - severe tension headaches, menstrual cramps, back pain, etc. Everyone’s body is so different with pain relief products that I would still recommend anyone try it before making a decision, because honestly, for the things it DOES work for on me, there’s nothing that works better. It’s just not a cure-all.
App is user friendly. They give plenty of warning when there will be maintenance, and MOST desktop options are available in-app, which is a rarity when online banking. Love the mobile check deposit feature. So convenient.
I have only recently been introduced to the ApplePay world, and wow, I don’t plan on going back. It’s really the easiest way to pay. The only trouble is that it isn’t universally available yet. I have been several places that are able to take Samsung and other ‘tap’ forms of payment that, for whatever reason, are not yet compatible with Apple devices. I look forward to the day that I can use it everywhere I shop!