These are great lip balms for drugstore priced products. They're great for moisturizing at night, day, priming lips for lipstick, and they are available in many varieties. My favorite is the lemon and olive oil version, which is just enough flavor not to be medicinal, but which feels slippery enough to apppky under lip lacquer or very drying lip paints.
Absolutely love these products and Fresh. However, I prefer the original lip balm and having no scent or color, as in the rose version I tried. The creamy, emollient way the product goes on is unparalleled in lip products on the market. I have repurchased the original and the sugar balms, and I always intend to stock up on their products when holiday kit collections avail themselves, but I keep forgetting to do so. These are spectacular lip products!
I just bought this, hoping it would be a good replacement for other ph/color-changing lip products I can't find anymore. It tastes and smells pleasant, and it's inexpensive. But as far as the color-adjusting claims, I haven't seen any impact.
These are convenient, portable lip balms that impart enough moisture and protection for lips. They're overlooked, I think, but they have a variety of items that meet many needs, and they're very accessible at convenient stores. They aren't advertised as heavily as EOS products, but I think these are much less offensive in scents than those.
I don't know what the hype of these lip balms is all about. I've had a few of them over the years, and they do nothing to moisturizer my lips. They're waxy (after all, they are beeswax) and they don't taste good on the lips. For the money you're better off with the other gamut of lip balms available in the skin care world.
I've had these lash curlers for decades and have a set in my car as well as in my makeup drawer. It's helpful, you can still purchase eye pads for it, and it makes a huge impact on my puny lashes. It has worked better than other brands of curlers I've gotten over the years, but I still prefer my Shu Uemura one.
I've had this for many years. I wish Shiseido had not discounted most of the STS line of skincare which I used for decades in lieu of the Ibuki line. The STS line was lightly fragranced and worked well on me, and this purifying mask was one of the many products I the range. It's one of those clay-like masks that you let dry on your face and then you rinse off. Nothing exciting or novel.
I want so much to love this product, but it doesn't last on me stall. I love the dewy look of it immediately after application, but after an hour or two, it's just a mess. As far as accessibility, it's sold at Target, but for $34, you may as well get a beauty counter product that will last longer.
I was on Accutane last summer and needed a hydrating but highly SPF'ed face product that would cover blemishes and acne. I purchased the darker shade of the two available BB creams, and it has everything I need: good coverage, SPF, and staying power. My only pet peeves are the way it dispenses and the heavy feeling of it on your face all through the day. However, I'll gladly sacrifice comfort for protective skin care. Too bad it's only available in two colors.
The Cabana color of this is what I purchased as via a few youtubers saying it's a dupe for Hourglass setting powders. Folks in the know all say this isn't even a bronzer because it's as light as a translucent powder. But, for four dollars and to have a shimmering effect with an SPF of 15, it's a great product to have for extra sun protection. I'm not sure why Wet N Wild would label this a bronzer, since it's more like a highlighter even on the lightest skinned people.