Most of our experts mentioned this face wash by name, and that’s no surprise: Formulated with humectants like ceramides, hyaluronic acid, and glycerin, this drugstore staple takes dirt off and keeps moisture in. The cream has a very faint, innocuous smell to it — not too flowery or too medicinal — and it’s thin and glides on. The first word that came to mind once we toweled off was fresh. Our skin felt elastic, smooth, and undeniably clean.
CeraVe took off all the makeup in our hand test except for the mascara, which would have disqualified it except that small patch of skin felt so amazing we couldn’t stop ourselves from going all in. The downside: Anyone freaked by parabens will find two on this ingredients label.
received the Pink Sugar from the Pretty Vintage collection, it is a pastel pink enamel that when dried has Sugar Matte texture.The enamel container contains 15 ML (it is a considerable amount) you can find it in target, walmart, walgreens (and other drugstores), its price varies according to the color, but according to the information that gave me Influenster its price goes from 1.99 $ a 2.99 $.My experience:It is the first time using this brand (I use maybelline, sally sally hansen and revlon), had expectations were high because it is highly recognized and its colors are unique. It is very soft to apply and with a last pigmented remains the nails, when drying (dry super fast) is that you notice the sugar texture, it is a very kawaii. The duration of the enamel applied is a week to two, even doing the daily tasks (washing hands, scrubbing, etc), I really liked that durability that has. The texture does not bother you, you do not remember that you have it applied, when you pass your fin
Many things that I read including some of my friends said that they did not like IKEA mattresses because they were very firm. Well, my husband and I actually prefer a firm mattress so we weren’t concerned about that and actually thought it would a good fit for us.We talked to the guy working the mattress area and he was super helpful explaining various things to us. We decided we wanted a spring mattress versus a foam/latex mattress. And we had read that the Sultan line was their best line. We laid on several mattresses and finally narrowed it down to 2-3 that we really liked. In the end we chose the Undefined which was the middle priced mattress and also middle firmness mattress we were considering. IKEA has a 90 day try it/exchange it policy which was reassuring to us. You have 90 days to try it out and if you don’t like you can exchange it for another mattress. And they have a 25 year limited warranty. My thoughts on our IKEA mattress (SULTAN HALLEN IKEA mattress)June 22, 2015 by UndefinedUndefined (This is NOT a paid review or sponsored post. IKEA has no idea who I am and we walked in and bought our mattress set with our own money. Just wanted to share a review on it to help those that might be considering an IKEA mattress purchase in their future.)When I started our master bedroom makeover – we sold all of my husband’s old furniture (dresser, nightstands, bedframe, headboard, mattress and boxspring). I had found a tall chest, dresser, mirror and 1 nightstand at a yard sale to refinish, but we knew we would need a bedframe and a new mattress set to go along with the DIY upholstered headboard I planned to make. We had needed new mattresses anyways since ours were over 15 years old. So I started doing some research online and considering what we could get in our budget (which was not a Sleep Number or Tempur-pedic budget). I asked my friends online, looked up reviews online, and then we decided to check out IKEA. Many things that I read including some of my friends said that they did not like IKEA mattresses because they were very firm. Well, my husband and I actually prefer a firm mattress so we weren’t concerned about that and actually thought it would a good fit for us.We talked to the guy working the mattress area and he was super helpful explaining various things to us. We decided we wanted a spring mattress versus a foam/latex mattress. And we had read that the Sultan line was their best line. We laid on several mattresses and finally narrowed it down to 2-3 that we really liked. In the end we chose the Undefined which was the middle priced mattress and also middle firmness mattress we were considering. IKEA has a 90 day try it/exchange it policy which was reassuring to us. You have 90 days to try it out and if you don’t like you can exchange it for another mattress. And they have a 25 year limited warranty. We also needed a foundation (in place of a box spring) for the mattress. The foundation that we chose has been discontinued but they still carry the Undefined . This sits up quite a bit higher than our previous bed but we love it. All of this was purchased back in August of 2014 and pictures taken just a week ago so we are almost at a year sleeping on our new mattress. And we still love it! I thought it was sort of funny that I had already planned on writing this post today after we went on a camping trip this past weekend. After sleeping in a sleeping bag directly on the ground, coming home and sleeping in our bed was like sleeping in a puffy cloud! The mattress is firm but yet seems to mold to your shape so doesn’t feel like you are laying on the floor. But you don’t sink into it like you do on a foam pillow top type mattress. We had slept on a mattress before that had a foam egg crate on top and we both hated it – neither one of us could get comfortable because it was so soft. Our Sultan Hallen mattress has held the shape and isn’t sagging or getting indentions in it. I do try to rotate it every few months to help with that. I love the gray design on the side and the easy handles to pick it up.
THIS OIL IS EVERYTHINGI've been trying many products for my face: the mango beauty oil, tea tree line (good, but turned out to be too harsh for daily use for me), Drops of Youth, and even the Clinique 3-step. Hands down, the Oils of Life is my favorite. I don't care for the Drops of Youth, even though its target market is people my age (20s). I dislike the DOY serum because it tightens my skin too much, even after following up with the cream. I also didn't notice any change in the texture or look of my skin. After I wash my face, I use the OOL essence lotion and 3 drops of the oil. I also bought the Revitalizing cream, and I alternate between the oil and cream every night. If I use both the oil and cream, my face gets too greasy because I already have combination oil skin.My face feels the best in the morning. All I do is pat a little bit of cushion foundation on problem spots that I still have, like on the corners of my mouth and the apples of my cheeks, and there is a nice glow. When I do touch my face, it feels soft and supple, like new buttery leather shoe texture. I love this so much I bought a second set while there is still a deal.
brilliant colours and amazing pigmentation!i'd choose this one over any other competitiv brands any day!I use this daily and it never fails to amaze me..cute packaging!! happy with it as well..would definitely buy this again n again !!!!!These shadows are highly pigmented, so you hardly need more than a tap of the brush to pick up enough shadow. The only problem is the amount of fallout, which is frankly quite a lot with every shade. A TON of shadow dust escapes with even a light tap of the brush. If I didn't love everything else about this palette so much I would probably take a star off because it feels like a pretty big waste of product, but for me the problem isn't big enough to bump it down from a full five stars.I love that the berry shades make this different from the abundance of straight-up nude palettes out there, but there are still some pretty nude shades included to make wearable daytime looks. This palette is definitely going to start a berry-shade shadow trend, because these cranberry hues are just so beautiful.While I love the unique shades, my favorite shade in here is the shimmery highlight color, Vermeer. I have been on the hunt for the perfect highlight color for ages. Everything I try is either too white and chalky or not pigmented enough. Vermeer is BEAUTIFUL. It's a shimmery champagne and it's everything I've been looking for. I'm already dreading the day I hit the pan on this one.I don't know what else to say to do this palette justice. If you're looking for a high-quality palette that's a departure from the multitudes of Naked-inspired palettes out there, look no further.