I bought this soap strictly for my psoriasis, it didn't really help but it didn't make it worse like other soaps. Pro, it didn't burn like most soaps and it smells nice. Cons, I really disliked that it had tree bark mixed into it making it very painful to glide across any of my patches so it felt scratchy and it left my bath tub grey. For $6 a bar in my area, it's not a soap I would buy again. However, I'm giving this soap three stars instead of one because it does work quite well for a friends child who has eczema.
I bought these hoping my rescue rabbits (a Havana and Polish) would enjoy them, they didn't even try. When I offered them they just sniffed and wouldn't take them, if I placed them somewhere they were just left alone. However some rabbits tend to be really picky eaters and I guess both mine are.
As far as diet soda goes, this is just okay. I could barely taste the orange and I'm guessing the zesty part is black pepper because to me it tasted like someone sprinkled some into it. I do look forward to trying the other flavors but I won't be buying this particular flavor again.
Works okay but there must be some sort of learning curve to it. The product in both tubes has a consistency of a soft waxy balm that just beads up and glides all over the gums. The directions say to use either a finger or qtip to apply however when I use a finger the product smears and sticks to my fingertip pad with nothing on the gums, when I use a qtip it's just get smooched into the qtip with nothing on the gums.
I use this as a moisturizer to keep in my bag on the go for those days I'm in a hurry. I love the stick form because it can't leak all over the inside of my bag. The moisturizer itself feels nice and non greasy, keeping me moisturized for as much 4+ hours.
I got this dry shampoo quite a while back in a sephora play box and finally used it this last week. Turns out dark brown almost black oily hair and this does not work, it leaves a white cast all over that's hard to shake and brush out. I'm just going to stick with H2NO, the cast with that isn't as this stuff.
I use several different cleansers for different reasons as I have very problematic skin. I use Aqua Marina specifically for psoriasis so I think it would be good for eczema as well. I've tried dozens of cleansers and this is the only one my patches can even tolerate. It also helps with the itching and burning when my psoriasis patches flare up or get agitated. It does however dry out my skin so I like to follow up with Lushs therapy massage bar afterwards.
This is just one of a few lip plumping glosses that I've tried and I think I like this the least. The scent isn't horrible but it isn't pleasant, I do like that it is smooth, applies evenly and doesn't settle into the fine lines of my lips. The sting/tingle factor is much higher then duwop or buxom glosses so if you cannot handle those, then this is not the gloss for you.