At first I was so put off by the smell I didn't want to use it at all. I find this most useful for fingers! I scraped the back of my thumb across my knuckle pretty good and bandades just hurt and got in the way. Although this stung like Hades and smelled like burnt sausage, I was happy enough to not keep hurting my thumb that I like the stuff now. I also tend to get rubbed raw by my swim fins, so i tried putting it on before. It did protect a cut on my ankle cut from my fins! Also it healed up where the fins rubbed my ankles pretty quick. I got my sample from Influenster.
I got a chocolate one in my Good Life Vox Box. It was great when I had to get up really early and run to class. Much faster and cleaner than my protein shakes which have the same amount of protein. I was impressed the chocolate was so chocolaty and not gritty like a lot of "health-food" bars can get. I'm curious about the other flavors, though, especially Raspberry.
It's important to know that this is not a permanent dye. Over rinsing will give you a faded version of the color you intended to get. I used to buy the brightest red they had, and could only get a true "RED" if I did NOT rinse it until the water ran clear like they said. These are great for very light hair, or bleached hair as they are very gentle as temporary dyes.
I prefer their regular Cocoa Butter, but this stuff really works. I occasionally get very rough patches, like on elbows, and this stuff clears it up overnight. It also helps to heal scrapes and shallow cuts extra quick while reducing scaring. Smells like cookies, nice and thick. I don't recommend this for people with overly sensitive skin because of house thick it is, however people with psoriasis may like it (my friend loves it for hers.)
These brushes are wonderful. I use them for cream blush for a light and natural look, finishing powder, and eyeshadow. The smallest brush is great for either eyeliner or lipstick for a vintage look. I use it when I do pin-up or 1920's. Since the Great Gatsby movie came out, I think the 1920's lipstick styles might have a bit of a fashion flair, so I highly recommend these brushes to achieve the look!
This edition to the series is a lot of fun. Looking at it as kind of a prequel to everything makes it a very full game. It is incredibly long compared to the other games, I sometimes wondered if it would ever end, but as it did I was a little sad it had to. The art is beautiful as a combination of 3D and cell shading. The only real downside I found was that you can only save at the Bird Statues, but you get used to it, like Majora's Mask. The gadgets are so much fun and allow you to explore around, over, and under worlds and dungeons. My personal favorite feature is just how the sword movement is interactive. Great for kids who want to stand up and pretend to fight monsters as Link. Not my favorite game, but definitely worth it.
This game is so much fun. It's almost impossible to put down! I got to the point where if I was on my phone, my friends knew I was playing that game. I've taken a break from it sense then, but look forward to playing it again when I return to America.
I got this for one of my cats that was too large to comfortably fit in a hard carrier. She seemed much more relaxed in it and more comfortable. Unfortunately, my other cat hates it. She is normally very shy and being able to see well out of it is too much for her to handle. Also, the mesh sides don't allow a towel to soak up her stress as fully and things can get a bit messy.