This did help with my few problem areas of pimples and whatnot, but it wasn’t super nourishing for my skin. I suppose my main complaint about this product would be the smell, like chip dip for your face! Just know what you’re getting into, smell it before purchasing, because while garlic might have amazing acne-zapping powers, whoof is it stinky!
I cannot rave about how much I love this product, a little goes an extremely long way. It is thicker than Pond’s cold cream, and wayyyy more moisturizing and efficient. I will continue to use this product to remove my makeup, this is something I would recommend especially for people with dry skin.
I’ve been purchasing Milk Makeup products sparingly here and there, because they’re a pricey brand. This is a product I am DYING to have more colors in. I have lots of palettes and try to do eyeshadow often, but usually get too impatient and fail. This product is amazing, so quick and easy to use, and lasts ALL DAY. I would highly recommend this product, and the packaging (like all of Milk’s products) is amazing as well.
I tried this product twice for long periods of time (just off a sample I got in-shop, a little goes a long way). The first time I really couldn't stand the stuff. The smell isn't the most amazing thing in the world, but on the second go it worked wonders for my skin!
This cleanser really didn't do much for my skin. I used it a few times with no makeup, and a couple when I wanted to take it off at night, to give it a fighting chance. Whether you are using it with bare skin or with makeup, it's really nothing special. Seeing that First Aid Beauty is a more pricey brand, I would definitely not reccomend spending your money on this product.
I've always been extremely skeptical about using oils on my face. Even though I have combination skin, more on the dry side, every time I moisturize I break out. With this product, I had no problem with breakouts! I got a sample in an ipsy bag, and I've used it constantly for months without it running out. Even though the full sized product is expensive, you really get your bang for your buck because you only need about 1-2 drops each time! The applicator (or dropper) is very easy to use and control as well, so you get to decide how much comes out of the bottle.
This stuff is (for me anyways) straight up magic in a tube. This foundation is so crazy good for your skin, moisturizing and lightweight, AND provides decent coverage? The only thing I'm mad about is if I want it in my life after I run out, I have to pay $42.00 for it. Dang it, Milk Makeup.
This is a matte primer from Milk Makeup, and beyond helping smooth out my face, it doesn't really do much for my makeup. It helps with pores, yes, but the lasting power for my makeup isn't the best thing in the world. I would recommend trying it to see if it works better for you, but with the steep price tag? No thanks.
If I could give zero stars I could, to be honest. I have psoriasis and at the moment it's flared up worst than it ever has in my life. Flakes, painful itching, scalp leaking fluid, even bleeding from time to time (aka NOT fun). I like most other products I've tried from this brand, so I was hoping that this would help my situation even if only a little. If you have psoriasis or any other dry scalp condition, I really do not recommend buying this shampoo. This dries your scalp out even more than it already is, and is not worth the money for what it's advertising to do. It also doesn't do any favors for my hair. For reference, I have really thick & long hair.
Okay, I want to start this review by saying that I am typically NOT a fan of liquid lipsticks. So when I say this lipstick is amazing, one of the best and most comfortable I've ever worn? I mean it. Once this lipstick dries down (it takes a smidge longer than most, but I really don't mind), it stays put and has B-E-A-utiful pigmentation. One of the best liquid lips I've ever tried I can get from a drugstore brand? Yes please!