It's okay. Gets the job done, but clumps frequently and, although it's waterproof, comes off on my face throughout the day. I have oily skin, so this is a common problem for me, but I had more luck with the Clump Crusher version.
I wanted to like this soap since I liked the peppermint version so much, but this one left a film on my skin -- specifically on my face. I have very oily skin, so I'm sure that's a contributing factor, but I've found that it also leaves my body itchy afterward. Maybe it's just me, but I prefer the peppermint.
Acne, Large Pores, Redness
Cellulite, Stretch Marks, Itchiness, In-Grown Hairs, Body Acne
Awesome foot lotion. The mint helps soreness in addition to giving a fresh scent. It's super lightweight, but the moisture lasts -- it even made my feet softer over time. It's a little expensive, but you get a huge pot that lasts forever. Recommended!
Overall, I was pretty satisfied. Covers decently, blended very well with my skin tone and didn't make me break out. My only complaints: you don't get very much for the price, and although it's supposedly "24-hour," it doesn't even last more than about 5 for me. However, I have very oily skin; it did, at least, give the promised mattifying effect.
I bought this product because it was on sale at CVS, but was very disappointed. Although it is technically a solid, it's more like a roll-on in that it has a liquid that seeps out onto your skin when applied. That makes it feel sticky and uncomfortable for quite some time, and it doesn't prevent sweat at all. Not a fan.
Makes my skin feel very soft and helps protect against razor burn. My only complaint is that -- probably due to the creamy texture as opposed to other more foamy creams -- it's hard to get enough to provide an adequate layer of coverage. I have to pump 2-3 times, and even then, it doesn't stay on very well on wet skin.
I bought this because it was interesting to have a powder dry shampoo in a spray bottle. However, that doesn't make the application any less messy -- it gets everywhere. The instructions say to hold it six inches from your hair, but I find that you have to get it closer to avoid it spraying all over the counter and floor. On the bright side though, it worked pretty well -- it absorbed more quickly than possibly any other dry shampoo I've seen, and it made my hair look great. However, it does give it a weird texture. Not hard or crunchy like some of the other dry shampoos, but more like you can feel the added layer of product over your hair.
It's okay. Has little pink pads on either side of the blades that release a gel-like substance for moisturization. It still gives me razor burn, but then again, everything does. Additionally, the pink pads come off after a few uses.
Most conditioner, even if it's supposed to be lightweight, weighs my hair down. This is the best one I've tried. Although my hair still feels a LITTLE more weighed than it should, this one is the best conditioner I've tried for my ridiculously thin, oily hair. It makes my hair look awesome, too.