80% would repurchase
Not tested on animals
on 11/18/2018 9:42:00 PM
More reviews by Jlhenderson
For those with extremely dry skin, this lotion will not be moisturizing enough, despite what the bottle says. That may be because the fifth ingredient is sodium lauryl sulfate (not to be confused with sodium laureth sulfate), a cleansing agent. It’s admittedly an odd thing for a lotion to have. Those without dry skin will no doubt appreciate the non-greasy finish, the huge bottle, and the tiny price tag. But dry-skinned folks will be better off getting something more moisturizing.
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on 10/9/2018 7:16:00 AM
More reviews by Matilde90
I saw this scrub in sale at high street cosmetics shop for about 3 pounds. I have been using for few weeks and not seen much difference. It is just an ok scrub to use and is gentle, not harsh but also means results not as good as other scrub such as St Ives or Biore. If you dont like strong scrubs this is for you. I will finish using and go back to Biore for sure as it was giving much better results.
on 9/21/2018 4:24:00 PM
More reviews by kimk
I have used this stuff for eons. When I was a teenager and my skin was a rampant oily mess, I used it all over as a mask, and it helped clear things up a bit. Now - even tho I'm rapidly progressing to geezerdom, I still get the occasional zit or some weird thing. I use this as an overnight treatment on those, and it's as close to a miracle worker as anything I've ever used. It will shrink down a blemish overnight so it's next to nothing the next morning. You *do* want to let this dry before you hit the sack, or you'll have some strange markings on your pillowcase. But it works a treat, and has for decades. Hope they never stop making it, or that they don't change it!
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on 1/1/2018 4:59:00 PM
More reviews by KeithRichards
Love it. My skin needs to be exfoliated regularly, but it's also very sensitive and easy to irritate. This is one of the only products that sands all my flakes off without causing little micro wounds in the process. The smell is not what I was expecting. Not bad, but definitely synthetic and there's nothing very oatmeal or honey about it. But I don't buy an exfoliator because it smells good, I want something that performs its main function. And this delivers. Love this brand.
on 12/6/2017 10:36:00 AM
More reviews by yjanney
I've started the Curly Girl method and this was one of the products a YouTuber used so I gave it a shot.I found this at Walmart. Comes in a huge 20 oz. tube for something like $4.00, so it was super cheap. The gel itself is clear and thick. There is a strong artificial odor that doesn't bother me, but it could irritate others. I love that this is alcohol and silicone free.After washing and conditioning my hair, I apply a leave-in conditioner to my wet hair, and then this product. I only use about a quarter-sized blob for my hair, which is just past shoulder-length. Smooth on with "praying hands" and then scrunch. Let air-dry to form the "crystal cast" and then "scrunch out the crunch". The packaging is basic and practical. I like that the tube is clear so you can easily see how much product is left. It stands on the cap, so the gel stays down where you need it to come out of the tube. The only thing I don't like is that you have to be careful or product will come out while you're unsnapping the cap and it may be more than you want to use. Not a big deal, though.This is strong enough to hold a curl but not heavy enough to weigh down my hair. For the amount you get, the price is rock bottom awesome. I like it and would probably repurchase, if I ever run out.
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