To me, face wipes are face wipe. I really haven't met ones I love. The Yes to Cucumber felt a bit scratchy, the orange one was fine but generic.. nothing to write home about. I probably won't purchase them again.
I finished two dietary supplements.
Hyperbiotics PRO015 has 15 billion CFU (15 strains) probiotics, especially good if you are recovering from antibiotic treatment.
Goji berries are known for mental health and help you sleep in some cases.
I finish them both, didn't notice any difference personally.. but that's just me, and these effects sometimes take a while.
Will I repurchase? No.
Soapbox Shampoo came in either ipsy or Birchbox. Shampoo was okay but the container was awful. The plastic was so hard and I could barely press the bottle. yikes.
And Suave Professionals.... I can't believe I am writing about this, because it is... Suave. I am a bit of a snob when it comes to shampoo and conditioners, and this is not a brand I typically buy. However, this one says it was comparable to Pureology, and it was on sale while I was doing grocery shopping. So I bought it.
And I loved it. It kept my hair smooth and moisturized, and I am a fan. I don't think I would say this, but a good product is a good product regardless of the price.
Would I buy again? Yes to Suave, not so much soapbox shampoo (nothing notable).
Phytorelax Laboratories Olio di Argan liquid soap with pure argan oil. Italian-made argan oil hand soap was mild, and both myself and my boyfriend used this since last year. I really liked this, mild soap with no strong scent, I really enjoyed it.
L'Occitane Honey & Lemon Foaming Jelly travel size. The scent is very strong honey, which I didn't like at the beginning but it grew on me and I ended up really liking this. It lathers well.
Would I buy again? Yes to both.
Estee Lauder Advanced Night Repair.
This is a product I have used for many years. It is moisturizing without being overly sticky. I think there is a reason this item is a bestseller for a long time. It's a good product.
Would I purchase again? Yes, except I have a LOT of serums to try in my closet right now... so not anytime soon.
Of the 4 I tried, I liked innisfree Trouble Care the best, as it was refreshing and not sticky. Etude House is also nice and has a lot of essence. I didn't care about SharaShara one.
Would I purchase again? Yes to innisfree and Etude House, no to Shara Shara.
Pore slim pads are okay.
Would I purchase again? um... maybe? I don't purchase nose strips, but if I do, I will buy this one for sure.
Would I purchase? Maybe nail pack, will not buy any other ones.
Bunch of samples. Ones I really liked and would consider buying:
Tonymoly snail cream: Not a snail fan as I have a thing against stickiness, but this one was not sticky and moisturizing.
Angel's blackhead eraser with 97% coconut:
Like many soaps, this one is a bit high on PH.. however, it does keep my face very clean without drying it out completely. The smell is mild and lathers well. I don't use soaps on my face, but I make exceptions on this one!
liiv botanicals eye cream SPF 15 (this is full size) is a light cream with SPF that doesn't irritate my eyes. I have another tube of this from the time I stocked up some time ago. I think this one is now out of circulation, which is might as well... because I found other eye cream/gels I really enjoy!
Oheres were just okay. Tonymoly Tomatox I had high hopes for... but it wasn't for me, I was disappointed.
Of 3 Missha BB creams (top right and second from right, bottom right) I like the bottom right the best. It has a slight beige in the photo, which was a mix up from other sample... it really is just white cream, works more like a moisturizer. I also liked banila co it Radiant CC cream. Other CC creams were just okay for me.
Would I purchase them? Probably not anytime soon, I stockpiled Tonymoly's BCDation and have enough to last me several months. If I were to buy out of this, I would pick banila co CC cream and Missha white BB cream.
This giveaway is hosted by the Wilkes Group.
It is giving away 20 two 5 oz bottle of evian sprays!! I am very excited about this opportunity as I am a big fan of thermal water sprays. My go-to spray is Avene, this one is just as famous and long hit best seller. Wanna try it out? #evianspray
Here is more details of the product/brand:
Evian ®Natural Mineral Water’s journey starts as rain and snow high atop the French Alps after which it filters for over 15 years through glacial rock and sand to a deep underground catchment just outside the town of Evian-Les-Bains, France. The water contained in the spray is tested 300 times per day to insure quality and the consistent unique mineral content—guaranteed to be the same year after year—canister to canister. No other water has the same mineral content.
Evian Facial Spray was originally introduced in France in 1962 at the request of doctors for use on burn patients. It was the first facial water spray in France and was introduced as the first facial spray in the United States in 1978. Because of the current world-wide awareness of the Evian brand name, and the 36 year efforts of the USA exclusive distributor (The Wilkes Group Inc. in Old Lyme, CT), Evian is the only facial spray to be carried by many prestige retail groups including Nordstrom and Sephora. It is also offered in many luxury resorts and hotels such as Four Seasons.
The French Government has extremely stringent standards for approving mineral waters as suitable to drink. Evian Facial Spray is the only mineral water spray in the USA to contain such a water and the only one with a companion drinkable bottled mineral water. Worldwide, the Evian brand can be found now in over 120 countries.
The Wilkes Group was founded in 1976 and has distributed Evian Facial Spray since 1978. The company is focused primarily on prestige distribution at retail and luxury resorts/hotels that buy the product as a room, cabana, or poolside amenity.
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