This is how butter really should taste! I always have it in my fridge for recipes where you really are tasting the butter so it needs to be good. Or special occasions! One day I am going to splurge and have it on popcorn with pink Himalayan salt just because!
So far this mascara is my favorite. It thickens and elongates my lashes without making them look clumpy or spider like. It's easy to remove with my cleansing oil so I never need to worry that I will lose lashes when I'm trying to wash it off. My eyes can be sensitive and this doesn't bother them at all. I only wish my eyeliner would stay put like thus stuff does!
I hate this toilet paper. I don't usually hate much but I do hate this. My husband bought it because he thought it would last longer on the roll. But it's not gentle to one's tender bits. Life is too short for abrasive toilet paper.
My ends tend to get very dry and damaged especially when I color my hair but I can somewhat keep the damage at bay when I use this as a deep conditioner. It makes my hair nice and soft. It was really fabulous when I was relaxing my hair as it kept my hair from completely breaking off. Once I went natural and quit the relaxers I saw the best benefit this conditioner had for my hair. I'm so glad I listened to the staff at Sally's Beauty Supply a million years ago.
I use this on my son and sometimes myself because we have dry ashy legs and feet. It's great for my son because it isn't strongly scented and his legs stay moist no matter how much he plays on his knees during the day. I prefer a variety of scents for myself but this is still a staple in my household.
I always use this to cook with no matter the type of cuisine. Spaghetti sauce, curry chicken, corned beef, tater tot hotdish, turkey dinner, etc it all gets Creole seasoning. It's perfection on steaks! In fact, if it isn't in my food it tastes like something is missing. At restaurants I'm thinking, "This is good but it would be better with Tony's!" This has been in my kitchen for I think 15-16 years and will be until the day I die or they stop making it which I hope never happens.