Not recommended for those with very hooded lids. This eyeliner had absolutely no longevity for me. The wing on one of my eyes was already fading before I was even done with the other. I did a swipe test. I did a stroke on my hands, waited a couple minutes and swiped my hand over it and it smudged. I tested it vs. Stila and Urban Decay's liquid liners and it just did not compare. I have very hooded lids and I NEED eyeliner with longevity.
If you have psoriasis, this is an excellent razor to use. In fact, it's the best. I originally bought the one with the trimmer on the other end, but I felt that part to be unnecessary in the end, so when the trimmer broke down I bought the plain OG razor. Many complain about it being too goopy, but if you have psoriasis, this razor is amazing. This is the only razor that I can walk away from after using without a dozen knicks on my legs. When you have psoriasis, shaving can be a daunting task and I mostly avoid shaving unless I know my legs will be showing, which is basically once a month or so. Other razors snag my patches of psoriasis and I end up with many cuts, but this razor glides right over my skin.
Is this why beauty gurus always say it takes them like... 10+ minutes just to do their brows? I have a similar product from a drugstore brand and I'm not a huge fan of it, and I've been on the market for a new brow product, so I was happy when I was approved for the latest Vox Box. I will continue to use this product, however, I would not buy it. It requires a lot of pressure to make a mark on my skin and it actually kind of hurts, even when I scribbled on my hand to round out and warm the tip. I was afraid I was going to break it because it's so thin and the amount of pressure I have to use, but thankfully it didn't break. The shade is okay for me, a little on the lighter side, but I'm just thankful that it isn't copper-y. Makeup brands have a tendency to make their shades look copper-ish. I think this product would be ideal for people with sparse brows. My brows are pretty full and I felt like I was just coloring on my brow hairs, and not filling in the gaps.
I guess if itching is a serious problem for psoriasis, then this helps. It doesn't really promise to do much else for your psoriasis, which makes the product lose some luster. But the thing that causes the itching is a lack of care and maintenance. Being pro-active to prevent the minimize the flaking is important and can reduce the itching. Otherwise, this lotion doesn't do much for my psoriasis. My mom bought me some as a part of a care package and when I ran out of my usual lotion, I decided to give this stuff a shot. It's lighter, so I feel like it soaks in quick and is gone. It didn't do a darned thing to moisturize the skin, help with the flakes, reduce redness, etc. So this might be okay alongside other psoriasis products. Put this one on, and then when dry, put on a good psoriasis ointment or lotion or moisturizing lotion. I started to pair it with Rump by Lush, and Gold Bond's Psoriasis Relief cream.
I love this shampoo so much. It's pricy, obviously, but a little goes a long way. I have thin hair and my hair gets VERY oily very fast. I can skip a day of washing and the next day I look like an absolute grease ball. Like right now, my hair is stringy and weighed down from the oily and I washed it two days ago! This shampoo is great for cutting through the oily and wiping it away. It lathers up nicely, which can be an issue when you've got extremely greasy hair. Your hair doesn't soak up and hold water as well when oily and it just repels it, so washing oily hair calls for some serious lather. It smells nice, very neutral, I bought the biggest bottle and it lasted me over a year. But then again, I have short (and thin) hair. So the less you need to use, the more bang for your buck.
I don't know where people are getting a fruity scent from, but when I smell this stuff all I smell is bubblegum. Not fruit. And it's strong too! I didn't dig right into this stuff, I bought the soap and the uh... glitter bar thingy and I had both of them sitting on my desk for a month and when you entered my room, all you could smell was bubblegum. Thankfully, the scent doesn't linger on your body as strongly. Otherwise, I have no complaints! Not a huge fan of the scent, but it does its job. If you're a fan of bubble gum scents, you'll LOVE this. If not, I'm sure Lush has another body wash for you.
I have PCOS and unfortunately get excess hair growing on my face. Dermatologists say that shaving is the healthiest way to remove hair, however, in recent months I've been getting razor burn and bumps a lot easier. I've been cycling through shaving creams trying to find one that works well for me. I haven't dealt with any irritation when using Cremo. I will say, however, in exchange for the lack of razor burn, I have whiteheads to deal with unless I wash my face after shaving. If I don't do this, I will wake up the next day to find a ton of whiteheads in the area I shave. So, it is highly prone to clogging your pores and causing acne.
This is a product often found in the men's section of the shaving aisles but is marketed as for all genders. But seeing as its mostly aimed at men, that means it's aimed at facial shaving. Unless you want whiteheads all over your face, don't use this as a facial shaving butter. This is great for other body parts, but this is mostly cocoa butter, and that stuff breaks most people out. And when you shave, even if you're not bleeding, you're still giving yourself little micro cuts and shaving away the top layer of your skin (shaving is a form of exfoliation). Other than that, I don't care for it even for my legs. You shave away the product very easily and I've found I have to reapply for touch up swipes. You end up using a lot of product. I think it'd be cheaper to just buy cocoa butter.
My favorite razor. I do not like women's razors as they're always bulky, they have mystery goop all around them, and not to mention, the dreaded pink tax. I have no problem using men's products, I just wanted one that didn't leave me smelling like a dude. I like that they're slightly more environmentally friendly with the ability to switch out the blades, the handle is sturdy and durable. But forewarning, the detailing blade (is that what it's called?) at the top can get you if you aren't careful. This is a good alternative if you'd like to have a razor with a subscription service but also the option to purchase in stores.