66% would repurchase
on 9/22/2018 5:52:00 AM
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…"However, it didn't seem to do any more than that, and sometimes I think that it gives me more red spots on the forehead (this could be a coincidence, but I think that the citrus oils might irritate my skin there a little)…"Well, not a coincident. I have the same problem. My forehead got totally red and itchy. Definitely not recommended for sensitive and allergic skin.
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on 8/9/2018 12:15:00 PM
More reviews by Natashia
I bought this on an amazing sale at $8 as it was expiring soon. But the product still smelt fresh and I managed to use it all within 2 months. I was very skeptical as I think I am sensitive to rose essential oil, having tried 2 other higher end products. This probably has a Lower percentage so I wake up with nice clear calm skin.. always . Very nice product to use . It’s an oily mess , smells nice, no irritation and no breakouts despite piling on . The dispenser is also nice and fragrance is so relaxing but not over whelming. I find myself constantly reaching for this oil instead of other more expensive oils as this is easy to apply and has a pleasant medium texture, that works whatever skin condition I am in .
on 7/24/2018 12:08:00 AM
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I purchased this at a bio health store in Athens, Greece. I wanted something with sun protection while also moisturizing my lips. It’s perfect for hot sunny weather, it helped keep my lips protected from the sun and moisturized whether I went swimming, out for a run or out to the beach. It also worked for days when it was very windy, the lip balm richly moisturizes lips, which helps to protect from cracking in windy weather. It has a somewhat thick texture when I first applied it. For me the slightly thick feeling lessened during sunny weather, since the heat helped oils in the lip balm to melt down a bit to a more flexible liquid consistency, which helped make it feel less thick. For me this was the best weather to use this product, but if you were to use this during the cold weather or like during winter, it might be a bit less comfortable and feel more sticky since the Beeswax and Shea butter tend to solidify in cold weather making the lip balm feel a bit more waxy. This is definitely not a light and airy lip balm, since it is made up mainly of Beeswax, Shea butter, Jojoba seed oil, Castor oil. Other than that, it has a pleasant, natural Raspberry and Pomegranate fragrance, the Raspberry is slightly stronger than the Pomegranate. There are no added dyes, no taste, has SPF 15, is cruelty free and made from organic and natural extracts. I got a 5.7ml tube for €5, but you can buy it online now for around €4,88 or in the states 0.96 cents. It makes a great sunny weather protectant and moisturizer for lips, and it served it’s purpose and did what it said it would do, and for that I’d give it a 5/5. PROS-protects/richly moisturizes lips-long lasting moisture-SPF 15-organic-Pleasant Raspberry/Pomegranate fragranceCONS-texture of lip balm can feel a little thick/waxy during cold weather-could be better priced
on 7/21/2018 2:26:00 AM
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I have wavy dark brown thick hair. Long story short, I trial-ed and error-ed my way to realize my scalp would get irritated by SLS. The milder shampoo, I used, the better it was. Soon enough, though, there would be excessive dandruff - like dryness on my scalp. Dr. Organic's Manuka Honey and Royal Jelly were the first such shampoos, I used. Two years on, I still standby them. My scalp is 97% less irritated. The only con is I've to wash my hair twice, as it doesn't seem to get fully absorbed in the first wash.Texture: it's viscous, imagine real honey hut without the stickiness factor.Smell: very natural, barely-there honey smell. Which signifies that its more on the natural side.Conditioner: the conditioner has a stronger smell but is still gentle on the hair leaving it soft.
on 6/10/2018 11:47:00 AM
More reviews by rsg5062
This is a little glass bottle with a screw cap, containing coconut oil that's solid at room temperature. It also contains monoi flower, papaya, and mango extracts so it smells lovely. To use this, I let the warm water of my shower partially melt some of it, which you can see through the glass bottle. It's sold as a body oil/moisturiser, but I prefer using it on my hair. As it's in a bottle, it's easier to pour out a small amount to use instead of trying to gouge out coconut oil from a jar with my nails. On damp hair, I put a tiny little bit on the very ends of my hair, the last 1-2 inches or so which are the oldest and driest parts o my hair. It helps soften and smooth the ends, and helps them look shinier by reducing the scratchy and wiry texture.Virgin coconut oil from the supermarket will work just as well, but I prefer the sweeter smell of this with the flower and fruit oils contained within. Just be warned that too much just makes hair look greasy, so use sparingly.
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