Bronzers -Unlisted Brand - FaceFront Cosmetics - Loco Cocoa
lollsazz 3/3/2013 10:40:00 AM
I have 2 of this because I bought my first while FaceFront began discontinuing this. However, I will still do a review. . This is exactly what I have been looking for for SO long! I wanted a bronzer for my skin, which tends to go between NC15 to NC25 during the year. Yellow toned. Although I'm yellow-toned, I don't like bronzers that are obviously yellowtoned - I actually don't want my skin to be even warmer than it already is - just darker. I love this colour because it looks very natural on me, no mater the time of year. Unless I use too much of this, it has no orange tone. When it actually looks a little orange, it also is too dark, so, unless you apply too much, this will look amazing. This is matte, but makes the skin look good - not dry or powdery. . I have very sensitive skin that has reacted to EVERYTHING that says "mineral" on it. I have reacted to at least 10 different products - I don't know why, as there aren't any guidelines for what mineral makeup should be made from. I have NEVER reacted to FaceFront's mineral products! It neither irritates, nor clogs my pores :) This lasts on me for the whole day - no need to reapply. . 9 grams of this bronzer have lasted me for a year already. I have used it every. Single. Day. And I still have about 1/4 left! That's $6.50 well spent! . The packaging of this isn't what I would call pretty - this is a loose powder blush, so it's in one of those sifter-type of jars. Although no beautiful packaging, it's actually quite convenient as I use the lid to swirl the product into my brush, so it's well dispersed. This is definitely what you should do, because else this may look a little bit blotchy, which is something that happens quite easily with matte bronzers. . You may not find this bronzer anywhere anymore, but I would definitely recommend checking out FaceFront Cosmetics :) Their mineral products (eyeshadow, bronzer, blush) are very good!
Skincare - Body -The Body Shop - Exfoliating Gloves
lollsazz 3/2/2013 12:57:00 PM
I've used exfoliating sponges, brushes, scrubs an gloves since about 14-15 years old. I'm not quite sure why people rate these so high. Where I live they cost $9, while a pair exactly like them can be bought for $3. Second: they aren't longer lasting than a cheaper alternative. I once bought a pair of gloves from H&M for $4. They were rougher, thicker and MUCH longer lasting without getting holes. Bottom line: yes, these are better than nothing and cheaper than body scrubs, but they are too expensive for what they are when you can buy the exactly same thing for 1/3 of the cost. I promise you, if your going to buy THIS TYPE of gloves, it's NOTHING to splurge on - just buy a cheap pair - it will be just as good. This is not a unique thing. . BTW: if you want something in the same quality, but a little rougher, you can try the ones from Soap & Glory or Earth Terapeutics (I think they are the same type), but I think they are a bit expensive. The H&M ones are my favourite though: cheap and rough (for those who are used to exfoliating gloves with every shower); they are made from a different material. I have sensitive skin, but after using exfoliating gloves on my body for so many years, the skin on my body isn't sensitive at all to rubbing/scratching.
At first this smells absolutely disgusting to me - it's very strong medical smell, and I basically feel that I've been very sick for a long time and eaten tons of meds and now it smells right through my body. BUT, the drydown of this is absolutely gorgeous! It's a quite grown-up smell (not what one would call "old lady" though) which is flowery and deep and a bit sweet, and to me, quite unique. If I had this perfume I would probably never spray it on my skin, but rather on my clothes so it could calm down to avoid the initial notes and heaviness. I would recommend testing this out, but I warn you: get out of the perfumery as fast as you can after because you will smell horrible for an hour at least.
I really wanted to like this as the reviews were so good, and finally the perfumery where I live got this. I was disappointed to smell that this had some of the same notes as Flowing by Puma, which I remember as a cheap perfume I wore when I was small. Other people may not have the same memory, but this just reminds me of cheapness and childishness :(
Powder -Christian Dior - Diorskin Forever Flawless Fusion Compact (2011 version)
lollsazz 1/21/2013 1:37:00 PM
I know this is a very long review, but I hope it will help you to understand if this powder is something that will fit you or if this is a product you would only waste your money on. . I rushed a little bit into this buy as I reeeeally wanted to get a new powder foundation, so I went into the store, looked at Kanebo Cellular performance foundation (more finely milled than Total Finish), Chanel Vitalumiere Eclat de Chanel Compact (has gotten good reviews), YSL Matte and Radiant Pressed Powder (has received good reviews), Laura Mercier Powder Foundation and Diorskin Forever and Nude. And for some reason I stopped on THE powder of all of these with the worst ratings... I don't think this is a bad powder foundation, but I do agree that it will NOT fit most people. . I don't have much I need to cover - just a little bit of pinkiness and hyperpigmentation, and even out my skin tone to match my neck. The SA applied this on me with a very big fluffy brush. After the SA applied it my skin looked beautiful, and I ended up just buying it, without wearing it around and thinking for at least a week (this IS an expensive product that shouldn't be bought without thinking first). It may in part be that the powder products I've till now tried from Dior have been so good. About 5 minutes into the wear of this my skin started to feel a little tight. I had already walked out of the store and began to regret the purchase thinking that this powder is probably for much oilier skin than mine. However, about 3 minutes later my skin no longer felt tight. The same happens to me always when applying this: first it feels a little tight, but the sensation goes away quickly. . I have light - NC15, very yellow toned skin and got this in 20, which is a little bit too dark (it goes a little orange, meaning it's too dark) - I would recommend this to people with skin tone NC20, maybe. I must warn you: if your skin isn't VERY yellow toned, you may have to pass on this one - there is quite a high probability it will be orange, because after this oxidizes it becomes even a little more yellow-toned than it initially is. This is quite confusing as the powder looks quite neutral in the pan. When something turns more orange-toned, it tends to look better on yellow than pink skin tones. . I have read some of the other less positive reviews about this and want to make some comments about them: - this doesn't become orange on me if the colour isn't too dark. I have a very yellow undertone and dry skin - things oxidize much worse on oily skin. Another reason this doesn't oxidize on me is because I use so little of it. - it doesn't dry my skin out. I moisturize very well and my skin isn't flaky. When it comes to flakiness, my experience is that all of the powders and most of the liquid foundations I have actually emphasizes flakes (and I have owned about 35 liquid, 7 cream and 7 powder foundations. Only the Skin79 - very siliconey foundation made flakes look less flaky) - it does definitely NOT cake or sit in my pores. I apply lightly with a fluffy brush, and I have small pores. Even when my face sweats a little with this, it doesn't cake up. I can even apply this several times in the day without caking. BUT: I do agree that this WILL cake if you don't apply it lightly - some people complain about the coverage, but I don't have problems with the coverage since I barely need any. Apply on dry skin - else it will cake and separate. This can be done by blotting the face with a paper tissue right before application. . PROS: - I apply it in a thin layer and it looks VERY natural - you would probably not realize I have makeup on even if you looked at my face up close - the colour matches my very yellow skin well - it keeps the oils that come during the day very much easier to keep at bay: you can see my skin get slightly oily, but I can even blot it away with the back of my hand if I need to - it doesn't make my pores show up better/doesn't circle my pores - it holds up well during the day and doesn't cake, but as said: I don't need much coverage, so I apply this pretty sparingly and a little less coverage during the day wouldn't make much difference to me . CONS: - expensive - a little bit of tight feeling after application (that goes away on me very fast + I have gotten used to it) - it's a little heavy-feeling, even with a thin layer I can actually feel that there's something on my face. It's not bad on most of my face, but I definitely feel this powder on the area between my upper lip and nose - it WILL oxidize (depending on how oily your skin is and how much you apply) - this is not a con for me, but the coverage of this is light, and I don't think you can actually build it up to be a medium without it being heavy and caking up. Personally, I would never use a sponge to apply this powder to my face, but it may be the only way of actually getting medium coverage out of this, but again: it will not look good - the colour selection is, obviously, bad because it seems to fit only one type of skin tone perfectly + oxidizes - I have sensitive skin that seems to react a little to this. May it be the sodium alginate? - Would not use it as a powder for summer as I feel a little hot under it even when the temperatures aren't high . Who would like this: - yellow undertone - small pores - normal skin type - not flaky skin - needs just a little coverage (light, light medium) - not sensitive skin - not for very warm seasons - doesn't have tendency to sweat or get oily much during the day - wants long-lasting, natural looking makeup - cannot say how this would work for older skin People with skin like that tend to be able to wear almost anything, and the only reason they don't is because some things aren't long-lasting or wrong colour or not finely enough milled. Is this the best powder? Not for me. Is it worth it? Well, that YOU decide. In any way: try before buying.
I completely agree with the review under me - zink is a very good ingredient for calming down the skin and fighting bacterial infections too. It is an ingredient that I would definitely recommend to people with rosacea. . I like this because it, as said, has a lot of zink, because of the high SPF, because it isn't fragranced. I have dry skin, but use this because the foundation I wear is quite moisturizing and this prevents my face from looking oily during the day. This goes on matte, but I haven't noticed it causing any tightness. I have light skin (NC15 right now) and haven't noticed any flashback in photos taken with flash. . There are a couple of cons to this though. Although this sunscreen is very fluid, it's also dry in a way: when you apply it you need to work fast and not rub this too much because it then rolls up in small balls. Because of the same reason, this sometimes leaves dried white streaks on the face, and you may have to use a moisturizer on top of this to even everything out. For those who like their cosmetics to be an all-in-one thing, this may not be the best choice (since you may need to carry a moisturizer around to even this out). For those who don't know this: moisturizer is supposed to be applied over the sunscreen. . I still really like this product as it has good ingredients, good sun protection and I don't mind some extra steps in my morning routine. I just feel that this won't get as much use when I'm not applying makeup on top because of those white streaks and balling up. I also like sunscreen to be waterproof, and this absolutely isn't. . If you have dry skin and want a moisturizing sunscreen, it may be worth checking out Banana Boat's Baby Tear-Free sunscreen. It's something I think is better for the winter though. Very nicely priced. See reviews here: http://www.makeupalley.com/product/showreview.asp/ItemId=82744/Baby-Tear-Free-SPF-50/Banana-Boat/Sunscreen
Cleansers -Nivea - Aqua Effect Soothing Cleansing Mousse
lollsazz 1/5/2013 12:12:00 PM
I bought this for myself and also recommended it to my mom after really liking it. I myself have sensitive dry skin and my mom has sensitive, dry skin with rosacea, which means we both need something very gentle and moisturizing, and at the same time, it actually has to be cleansing enough to remove all of the sunscreen, moisturizer, calming cream and other dirt from the face collected during the day. . When using this apply water to your face first as this doesn't really foam up any more than what it comes out like from the bottle. If you apply on dry skin the foam disappears very fast and you will not manage to make it foam up again. I'm pretty used to cleansers like this - it often means that there's not as much soap in them, which make them gentle. Little foam, however, doesn't mean that it doesn't clean properly - the amount of blackheads I get has reduced since using this cleanser (used for about 1,5 months now). This may be contributed to that regular cleansers often leave a residue on the skin (although you may not feel it), which toners are usually used to remove. As my skin is very sensitive, I can't use a toner because rubbing my face with a cotton pad easily makes it irritated. . Both my mom and I really liked this - it's very gentle and effective, although, if you're a makeup wearer I wouldn't suggest this as something to remove your makeup . It doesn't dry out the our skin at all and it doesn't sting the eyes. It does have perfume (really nice scent, BTW), which is something people may not like, but neither me nor my mom have had any reactions to it. I do think that mousse removers are a bit more expensive since I seem to run out faster than with gels, but this one is more gentle than any gel cleanser I've tried so far and doesn't leave any residue on the skin. BTW: one bottle took me more than 3 months to finish with using 1.5 pumps twice a day. I will continue to use this :) Quite a luxurious product with an affordable price (about $9 where I live)!
Yuck. I still cringe every time I see the bottle - the smell seems to be burnt into my mind. To me this smells very synthetic, plastic, newly sharpened pencils and laundry detergent with a little flower on top. Very crisp and clean, but not in a good way - the mental image I get when smelling this is an office with only women. They are all very cold (personality-wise), walking back and forth, not looking at he sides, quite unfriendly...
Eyeliner -Artdeco - Soft Eyeliner Waterproof in Black
lollsazz 1/1/2013 4:22:00 PM
Good eyeliner! I wore this for new-year on my upper waterline and also used it to create a cat eye. It didn't even transfer too my lower waterline from my upper after I had applied it and it didn't fade during the wear time, which was for about 8 hours. I bet it can easily stay put the whole day because it hadn't moved or smudged or changed a tiny bit since I applied it. . The consistency is very soft, but not so soft that the pencil falls apart when applied. The ingredients should be pretty good too. This was very easy to remove with makeup remover. . I don't really know what more to say: it's a long-lasting, waterproof, with a soft consistency that doesn't smudge or fade, and it stays put even on the waterline without transferring (at least not after it has dried, which takes no time) and it didn't irritate my sensitive eyes. The only problem is that it's not VERY black and can look dark grey on the lower water line.
Styling Products -Unlisted Brand - Define - Anti-Frizz Silk Serum
lollsazz 12/29/2012 5:28:00 PM
UPDATE: I'm very happy with this! I was thinking I should cut my hair because it looked all dried up and frizzy at the ends, and so did my boyfriend suggest too, but after using this for a little over week my hair looks so healthy and nice and feels very soft! I told my boyfriend today that I haven't called a hairdresser yet, but I think my hair looks nice after buying this serum, and he agreed that cutting my hair won't be necessary - that it looks nice now! If a guy notice things like this, there really must be a difference! I also like that this serum is very convenient to use: you just wash your hair, towel-dry and apply 1-2 pumps. No need to "style as wanted" after - you're done after applying - your hair will now look nice when it dries! You can actually, conrtary to many other products, put this in your hair while it's already dry - it's a good way of getting rid of frizzy hairs. END OF UPDATE . I'm really happy about this! I bought it recently, because it's winter and I get static and frizzy hair because of the cold and the woolen clothes I wear. I'm very serious about cosmetic products at this point because I have tried a lot of things, and, unfortunately, I have a lot of products that don't work for me lying around in big boxes. . Define impressed me with this one! I'm not a fan of this company in general - none of their shampoos or conditioners have worked for me in the past, and all of their product have the same scent that I'm not happy about at all. This, however, is really good! It really tamed my frizzy and static hair, made it smooth, easy to brush and it has an improved smell I approve of ;D It doesn't any shine though, but it doesn't make hair less shiny either. It makes my hair feel moisturized and healthier in general without being weighted down or oily. I apply in towel wet hair, concentrating on the 20 lowest cm of my hair. I you use this close to your scalp you may wake up with a little oily hair the next day. I have straight hair that I don't heat style, so I can't say anything about that. The packaging says that this can be used as protection while heat styling, but to me it doesn't really feel like something that would help much if using a curling or flat iron. . Just a month ago or two, I purchased a raved about serum - Aquage Silkening Oil treatment, which was supposed to do the exact things this serum does. I can say that you should NOT go out of your mind (like I did) to get that serum - it's not worth it - THIS is much better! Else I could also recommend Moroccanoil.
Concealers -Yves Saint Laurent - Touche Eclat No 2
lollsazz 12/23/2012 2:22:00 PM
UPDATE 19 April 2013: I got a Teint Eclat foundation because I liked the highlighter so much. I se the foundation over my eye-area - it works well. I will reserve the cliker pen for on-the-go. END OF UPDATE . UPDATE 05 March 2013: Today I got a fake Touche Eclat from ebay. You can read about it at the end of this review. I have actually gotten fakes from there TWICE - I wouldn't recommend trying to get Touche Eclat from Ebay - many sellers sell fakes or seem to not be aware of selling fakes. If you absolutely want to get it on ebay, show the seller the photos from this review first and ask if what he sells actually is the real deal. Also: if you want a cheaper alternative to Touche Eclat, try the Prep + Prime Highlighter from MAC - it's much bigger, has a little more coverage and might be a better alternative :) END OF UPDATE . I bought this for lightening up undereye circles just slightly. I don't need much coverage because I first use a BB cream (Skin79 Gold) all over my face, including the whole eye-area, and there isn't that much to conceal after this. I also prefer to not cover up everything as I want to cover imperfections without having to go back and add colours to "unflattify" my face again. UPDATE: I now even wear this by itself, with nothing under - it has enough concealing power for me even on it's own :) . My skin is very light olive - about NC15. In concealer I usually like peachy or orange shades to cover up my greenish veins, but in this concealer I actually had to choose nr 2, which is a very light yellow shade. Nr 1, which was a light pink, made my undereye area look a little bit purple. Nr 3 is a peach colour better suited for darker skins. Nr 6 (?) was... quite strange to me - it was an almost greenish yellow that probably should suit those who have pink undereyes. . The qualities I want the products for my undereyes to have are: - longevity - I'm NOT going to reapply during the day - not be drying, as I have dry skin and not wanting to cause wrinkles - not crease or minimal creasing - light coverage . I like this because I can easily use it to cover a little without it being noticeable in any way, it doesn't crease, it's not drying and it doesn't seem to disappear during the day (although my BB cream does work like a good primer). It makes my undereye area lighter and fresher looking. When I was looking for a new concealer in the store, the sales assistants kept telling me that this isn't a thick concealer, but a highlighter and that it's not going to cover much. I take that as most people are actually looking for something different than this - for more coverage when they are searching for concealer. This is a highlighter, but it does have a little concealing power by itself too. BTW: the way I apply this is smear a little under my eyes and use a beauty blender-sponge to spread it and even everything out. I don't think I waste that much product and the very even results are worth it for me. . The cons of this is the price, especially because it takes a little bit of product to cover everything ("cover" as in "apply to whole area to be highlighted"), so I don't know how long this will last. I also don't like the packaging - it's quite big for the little amount of product you get and it's not sturdy at all compared to my Kanebo concealer. . I DO like the product - it looks very natural on, but don't know if I'll repurchase again because of the price - it costs $50 here. I'll update this later on how long the amount of product lasted. . FAKE TOUCHE ECLAT: Don't know how to add pictures to a review (mail me if you know how), but I have included the links for my pictures. Fake smells roses, while real doesn't smell anything. The brush on the real one is much softer and won't thug the thin skin under the eyes. The product comes out much easier for the real one. The real product is quite liquid, while the fake one is kinda goopy. In general, the packaging for the fake one looks really, really good, so I think not many people would even suspect it to be a fake. . http://img.makeupalley.com/5/5/3/4/2399033.JPG upper one is fake - it's more shiny than the real one http://img.makeupalley.com/5/5/3/4/2399034.JPG upper one is fake - the knob is way longer than on the real one http://img.makeupalley.com/5/5/3/4/2399035.JPG right one is fake - it is a little thinner http://img.makeupalley.com/5/5/3/4/2399036.JPG left one is fake - look at that poorly fitted sticker http://img.makeupalley.com/5/5/3/4/2399037.JPG lower one is fake http://img.makeupalley.com/5/5/3/4/2399038.JPG right one is fake nr 2 - it has a pinkish colour, very close to real nr 1
Many good basic clothes when quality compared to price, but I rate this 1 for now because H&M pay their workers an insanely low amount of money for their work, if anyone have read about it. Young children have to stop going to school and work instead because they can't afford school with the payment they get. I do not support slavery and such abuse of workers and will likely not buy clothes from H&M before they fix this problem.
Moisturizers -Neutrogena - Oil-Free Moisture Sensitive Skin
lollsazz 12/16/2012 1:20:00 PM
UPDATE: My mom with very sensitive rosacea-skin tolerated this just fine. END OF UPDATE . I have sensitive skin and have absolutely no problems. The reactions I've had to products in the past are: feeling like I'm sweating under moisturizers, pimples all over the face, acne-looking pimples, itchiness, redness and rough skin. I haven't experienced any of this with this moisturizer :/ BUT: I have DRY skin that isn't prone to acne. This has an ingredient that seems to be bad for people that are acne-prone: Ethylhexyl Palmitate, which is a fatty-acid ester that is rated 4 in commedogenicity and 1 as irritant, and it's the 3rd indredient on the list of this moisturizer. The ingredients don't seem to be the best, really. Check the ingredients here: http://cosdna.com/eng/ingredients.php . The only thing I actually hate about this moisturizer i that it frikkin BURNS if you get it in the eyes! That's a quality I don't wan t any of my face products to have as I don't have anything for only under the eyes - I just use my face-stuff all over. . But again, this moisturizer doesn't bother my skin at all, moisturizes well, sinks into the skin fast, makeup applies well on top - it works for me as a cheap day moisturizer in a time where I don't have money to spend on my regular expensive moisturizer for sensitive skin - I now only use it at night. . My mother, who has rosacea wanted to try this out too. If you don't know, people with rosacea have VERY sensitive skin. I will update this review after she has tried this out too - promise. . An inexpensive Wallmart-brand-dupe for this is Equate's Ultra-Gentle Facial Moisturizer (oil-free). See reviews here: http://www.makeupalley.com/product/showreview.asp/ItemId=141405/Ultra-Gentle-Facial-Moisturizer-(Oil-Free)/Equate/Moisturizers . Would I buy again? Most likely not. This doesn't have any barrier ingredients, antioxidants or soothing agents which is something I like my moisturizers to have - this is too plain. I always use my regular moisturizer for me eye area too (haven't ever found an eye cream my eyes don't react to), so I hate how this burns if I get in in my eyes.
Treatments -MISSHA - Night Repair Science Activator Ampoule
lollsazz 12/14/2012 7:08:00 PM
UPDATE 30 may 2013: My mom still loves this, while I can only use this about a 7 days in a rw before my face gets a little tired of it and I have to take a little break. I can also use it every other day, without taking breaks. I like this better for winter, when my skin needs more moisture. Now, for summer, I use Hadalabo Shirojyun Deep Whitening Lotion, which is a totally amazing product for me. Review here: http://www.makeupalley.com/product/showreview.asp/ItemId=161768/Rohto_Hadalabo_-_Shirojyun_Deep_Whitening_Lotion/0/Toners END OF UPDATE . UPDATE 18.April 2013: I haven't used this religiously because I had some problems with my skin because of some other skincare I used. Got back to this again - it fades my post-blemish pigmentation quite well - applied for 4 days in a row I could already see a difference and got no irritation. I have also bought more as I'm soon out of this as I use it all over my face. Will update later, after using consecutively for a longer period. For me this is currently a good every-night option of acid instead of using a stronger acid a few times a week. END OF UPDATE . UPDATE 10 Jan 2013: This does get rid of some small wrinkles and keeps my skin around the eyes nice and hydrated. I know that most people won't apply this to their eye-area, but hey, if it works, why not? Be careful to not get it in the eyes - it will sting pretty bad. This one doesn't bother the sensitive thin skin under my eyes and my mom, who has VERY sensitive skin, also uses it without any problems :) I have noticed that since beginning to use this I have never woken up with bad undereye circles and it seems to get rid of undereye bags very effectively :) My mom, who usually had pretty big bags every morning due to not having the best kidneys also got rid of those bags. END OF UPDATE . I found it a bit nasty in consistency - I had expected a thin serum, maybe slightly oily even, but this was thicker than expected and sticky! I applied my regular night moisturizer over and went to bed. . When I woke up today... the small wrinkles around my eyes were almost gone! I'm only 21, but my skin is dry and small wrinkles therefore has a tendency to appear during the winter, no matter how good my moisturizer is. My skin looked calmed, pores were small (as before) - sometimes my pores get bigger after application of an oily serum, my skin was also very soft, although I can't call it rough at all in general. This serum really seems to work! . At this point I wanted to research what was in this that could've had such an amazing effect just overnight! I found out that this actually has really good ingredients. It has lactic acid, which is an exfoliator, which is probably one of the things that made my skin so soft. Other products that this has been compared to is Estee Lauder's Advanced Night Repair Serum and Lï¿½ncome's Genifique, but if you analyse their ingredients on cosdna.com, Missha's serum has better ingredients, although MANY more. I don't really care about a big ingredient's list - the saying that products with many ingredients are more likely to cause problems is based on that there's a bigger chance to find an ingredient you may react to if there are more to choose between. I don't really care - I'm just going to test this out and see if I react to this whole mixture. It also says that this is: Paraben-free, Colorants free, Fragrance free, Mineral oil free, Alcohol free, Benzophenon free, Doesnï¿½t contain any ingredients derived from animals. . Comparison of Missha's, Lï¿½ncome's and Estee Lauder's serums in this blog entry: http://hope-inablog.com/estee-lauder/estee-lauder-advanced-night-repair-vs-missha-time-revolution-night-repair/
I don't know what to think about this one. It does protect my hair, but I have cheaper products that do it equally well or better without weighing it down, making hair greasy etc. For example It's a 10 Leave-In is much better for protecting my hair - I curled it every 3 days for about half a year and had minimal damage. My hair actually feels dry and stiff with Nectar Thermique compared to for example it's a 10. I'm also very annoyed about is the smell - it smells like cheap sunscreen! It kinda has an oily-lilac smell which I absolutely hate; especially because it sticks with me for SO long! Every time I use this I feel sick in my stomach because of the smell...