Lip Treatments -Unlisted Brand - You Da Balm - Grapefruit Lip Balm
kyl77 2/8/2013 10:11:00 PM
This lipbalm is super irritating. The grapfruit and rosemary made my lips burn. Ingrediants: organic palm oil, beeswax, organic extra virgin olive oil, natural grapefruit flavor, organic hemp seed oil, rosemary extract, vitamin E.
Lotions/ Creams -Eucerin - Aquaphor Healing Ointment
kyl77 2/8/2013 9:57:00 PM
This is the best stuff in the world for seriously dry chapped skin. It's a little greasy, but it's an ointment afterall. Besides the results are worth it. I love using this on my hands and feet or any other really dry patches. This even comes in tiny tubes for on-the-go. Love!
Lip Treatments -Eucerin - Aquaphor Healing Ointment for Lips
kyl77 2/8/2013 9:50:00 PM
I love this lip ointment. It's not too sticky and it hydrates amazingly. I love that it's fragrance free and doesn't irritate my sensitive lips. Sure it costs a bit more than chapstick, but it's worth it. My only complaint is that it's hard to find.
Moisturizers -Cerave - Facial Moisturizing Lotion - PM
kyl77 2/8/2013 9:41:00 PM
I love what this moisturizer does for my very sensitive, combination skin. Light, hydrating and fragrance free, I really think this formula has improved my skin's barrier function. I've noticed less redness and my skin just feels healthier. I would definately recommend this to anyone struggling with sensitive skin issues.
My sensitive skin loves this fragrance free cleanser. Super hydrating, I never feel tight or dry after using it. The large 12 ounce pump-style bottle is both convenient and economical retailing for about $12 dollars. This is truly a luxury product in the drugstore aisle.
Cleansers -Unlisted Brand - fiafini - Delicate Cleansing Emulsion
kyl77 2/8/2013 9:09:00 PM
This brand markets itself as "sensitive skin science," but this cleanser didn't help my sensitive skin at all. First of all, it's obviously fragranced, which in my book is a big no no for skincare products for sensitive skin. Second, it left my skin feeling slightly dry and tight. At around $15 for 4 ounces it's not much of a bargain either. Overall, this is a very average cleanser that might work well for someone with normal to oily skin that isn't sensitive.
I started using this cleanser after my skin became irritated from some ill advised fading cream. This stuff is great. It's fragrance free and super gentle. Just what my skin needed. It's not the best for removing heavy makeup, but if you wear minimal makeup like me, this could be your new fave product.
Lotions/ Creams -Lubriderm - Intense Skin Repair Ointment
kyl77 1/30/2013 9:21:00 PM
I love this ointment for dry, chapped or cracked skin. It's super hydrating but not too greasy. I especially love this for my hands and feet. A small tube runs about $5 dollars, but a little bit goes a long way. If you suffer from really dry skin in the winter, this is just the ticket. A little hard to find, but worth the effort. A+ Product!
Treatments -Unlisted Brand - Dermisa - Skin Fade Cream
kyl77 1/30/2013 8:56:00 PM
I have a couple of dark marks that I wanted to fade so I decided to give this cream a try.After only one use, I developed these dry crusty patches all over my face, which took forever to disappear. I wouldn't recommend this product to anyone unless they want their face to feel like the Sahara. If you want a face cream, I suggest you look elsewhere.
Lotions/ Creams -Lubriderm - Unscented Moisture Lotion
kyl77 1/30/2013 8:41:00 PM
This old school moisturizer is an affordable and versatile product. Hydrating well without being greasy, the fragrance free formula is gentle enough to use on the face as well as the body. It can also double as a makeup remover, hair cream and shaving lotion. A 16 ounce bottle costs under $10 dollars making this large pump style bottle a convenient and economical choice.
Cleansers -Philosophy - Purity Made Simple (Real Purity Cleanser)
kyl77 1/30/2013 8:10:00 PM
This cleanser contains way too many essential oils for my sensitive skin. I found the scent overwhelming and the formula irritating. There are plenty of gentle drugstore products that clean better at a fraction of the price.
Blush -Wet 'n' Wild - Color Icon Blush 831E Pearlescent Pink
kyl77 1/26/2013 9:16:00 PM
This blush is such a pretty pink color with just a touch of shimmer. It's also highly pigmented which is rare in drugstore blushes. To top it all off it's super cheap. What's not to love!
This product is time consuming and messy to use. I felt like it took forever to apply all the recommended foam which got on everything. It's also overpriced costing more than three times what Revlon Colorsilk costs. I could overlook these failing if it provided superior color, but alas it made barely any change at all except leaving my hair dry and dull. I would definately not recommend this product to anyone.
Hair Color -Clairol - Nice 'n Easy Non Permanent Colour
kyl77 12/30/2012 1:35:00 AM
I had my naturally dark blond hair professionally colored to a near black. Within a couple of weeks my color had faded significantly, I picked up a box of the Nice "n Easy Non Permanent Colour in Black and was really pleased with the results. The color covered well and is very natural looking. My hair felt healthy and glossy afterwards. However, this doesn't shampoo out in 28 shampoos. Other than my roots, my hair is as dark as the day I colored it. That's okay by me, but if you're looking for a true non-permanent hair color look elsewhere.
Beautiful matte red lipstick. The color isn't too blue or too orange. I can see this lipstick working on a lot of different skintones. The formula feels comfortable on my lips. And it's affordable too!