I absolutely love EOS Lip Balms. I find their unique shape/container to be super cute and they also smell positively yummy while providing my lips with a great deal of moisture leaving them feeling super soft. The price point of only a little over $2 is also great as I have found these lip balms to last for a long time. The only thing that can be difficult is trying to find them into a small clutch purse sometimes. But they are definitely one of my favorite lip balms out there right now.
I received this in my mini-voxbox and was quite excited to see if it could be both tough on grease and grime and soft on my hands. I was pleasantly surprised to find out that it did both quite well. I used the Aloe one and gave the Coconut Butter one away to a friend who also said she really liked it. For the price of $2.99 you can't go wrong
I just started my subscription to Ipsy and Birchbox a few months back and I have to say that Ipsy's bags have impressed me more than Birchbox thus far. I find the number, size, and quality of Ipsy's samples to be quite nice and get to try new products that I wouldn't have normally. If you don't mind surprises then the Ipsy bag's are quite a nice value for the price.
I enjoy using this facial cleanser in the morning as it does have some light exfoliating beads in it but nothing too harsh, which is perfect for the morning since your face is already clean of all makeup. I also enjoy the smell and find it to be quite pleasant and refreshing.
I have used St. Ives Apricot Scrub for some time now and absolutely love it. I don't use it daily as it is a powerful exfoliant however I do use it at least three times a week. I tend to get dry patches of skin on the top of my nose and if I use just a pea size amount of this and rub it lightly on the area it helps to take off the dry, dead skin wonderfully.
I bought this at Target for $6 I believe and was amazed at how well it worked considering its low price. I also use the spray brush cleanser daily and then use this once a week to get rid of any residue or build up that the spray cleanser didn't. I love both products and both are going to continue to be a staple in my collection. They keep your brushes clean and soft.
I just recently got my first box with the code that allows you to only pay the $3.95 shipping and handling and have to say that I was impressed with the quality of the nail polishes as well as the packaging. However, I plan on canceling this coming month as I really don't feel like it's worth the $20 a month, especially when you compare it to other beauty boxes. The nail polishes are just too small and expensive for my budget. I would recommend it to someone who really likes quality nail polish and isn't bothered by the $20 a month cost though.
I had read Glamour on and off for a number of years but never bought a subscription. However, recently I was offered a free year subscription through Birchbox and I immediately jumped on that offer. I really enjoy reading the magazine as it covers a wide range of topics from the newest trends in fashion and beauty products to some interesting articles. The ads can get a bit overwhelming but that's how every magazine is nowadays. Bottom-line I would recommend it to any woman or even man for that matter who is interested in style, beauty, fashion, or skincare.
I received this product in my Sugar n' Spice Voxbox and decided to give it a go even though I despise artificial sweeteners. After reading the pamphlet about how its 100% natural and made from monk fruit I really wanted to like it, however, I just couldn't get past the infamous after taste that accompanies sugar substitues that unfortunately this also has (although to a smaller extent). Overall, I might use it for baking if I was without sugar completely but other than that it just isn't my cup of tea! I would recommend it to those who already use a sugar substitute though that are looking for a healtheir and tastier alternative.