My favorite sponges. They're sponges, with a scrub pad on one side and sponge on the other. cheap, they last long enough. 4 stars because I'd love to see other colors. The colors really don't go with my kitchen.
I don't know. Does this actually help my face? I'm really undecided. If it does help, it does it in a small way, slowly over time, which is probably the best way, but also harder to tell if it works. When I use it I feel like I'm doing a little extra cleaning, so I continue to use it even if it may not do all that much.
Moisturizing, they claim. It's not really. The color is okay, but seems to rub off or fade kind of quickly ( 1-3 hours). I thought the application style would be fun, but I think it's probably no better than regular lipstick. Overall, I wouldn't buy it again. Not worth the price.
I used to hate candy corn. Now I like it. What gives? No idea, but my point is if you haven't tried it in a while give it another whirl. Especially the autumn mix. Chocolate, regular, and the pumpkins are all good. The variety is better, than just having one type, and looks so nice in a glass candy dish.
This is some good tea. The flavor is somewhat sweet-licorice-y, and it really does seem to help when I have a dry, scratchy, sore throat. I think it's a good deal when I get it on sale, and I will pay full price if necessary. I keep it in my house at all times!
I've been using this for at least 10 years now. Every couple years I try something new, but ultimately go right back to this foundation. I like to apply it with a wedge sponge. I used to use my fingers but I find I like the sponge better, it's less messy and gives more even coverage. The finish is not super matte or dewy, somewhere in between, at least on my combination skin.