It dired my hair, very srtong.if you want to try L'occitane stick with Artemisia shampoo!
Conditioner -Clinique - Clinique hair care dramatic moisture
ingad 8/20/2006 2:00:00 AM
I think it is quite nice conditioner for fine-medium hair.It is light and does give some moisture and hair looks shiner.i believe it has quite a lot silicone, so it is not for every day use.I love the smell!
Lotions/ Creams -Clinique - deep comfort body moisture
ingad 3/11/2006 7:17:00 PM
non greasy and absorbs well, but not very moisturising. really nothing special for the price.
Way to drying for combo skin.there are way better products out there.
Treatments (Eye) -L'Occitane - Immortelle Eye Balm
ingad 3/11/2006 10:22:00 AM
I am not impressed.It claims to reduce puffiness, but does not do anything special as thousands of other products in the market. weleda's intensive eye cream is the best!!!! fantastic if you are looking for the cream, which is light, moisturising and reduces puffiness.i know it sounds hard to believe, but i do not work for Weleda and hate some of these company products, but if you are looking for the light cream really try this one as well as elizabeth arden ceramide eye capsules... save your money on this...
at first it gives an impression of an amazing shampoo, but later...It is ok basic shampoo: cleans the hair, gives some shine, but really nothing special...i tried to use as every day shampoo, but after 1 month i realized it is drying and my hair is drier than ever. well it has tea-lauryl sulfate ,which is too harsh for every day use. however i believe it is decent shampoo for using 2-3 times a week.
well, i bought this mascara yesterday.i applied it it looked OK, nothing very special but ok.after five minutes i have got such a reaction, i never forget... my eyes started burningm stinging, today my eyes still red!!!! careful if you got sensitive eyes!!!!
It is not a bad product, it does quite a good job in terms of moisturising and does not irritate my skin(it does not contain any essential oils, which is good, since i have sensitive skin). but and very strong but... it is very very oily and takes ages to absorb, so i will look for another product.
Treatments -Alberto Vo5 - moisture soak 3 minute treatment
ingad 2/26/2006 9:43:00 AM
It is great product, i think.First of all it contains Biotin, panthenol and Silk amino acids, which are found in quite expensive treatments. It did weighted my fine hair a bit, but it made it look way more shiny and alive.For that price- great product!!!!
Moisturizers -L'Occitane - Immortelle - Protective lotion SPF15
ingad 2/26/2006 8:41:00 AM
I really like Immortelle line, but not this product. It just does not irritate my sensitive skin,but does not do anything other than protect, and SPF 15 it is not enough.It does not moisturise at all and it is very expensive. If you have some cash, Shiseido makes way better sunscreens. if not Olay would do everything and more what this cream does.
I did not like the cream at all.It is very misleading- it feels like a rich cream, but it is not even moisturising enough for my combo skin. i believe the problem here that the cream goes not sink wright , it just sties on the skin. L'occitane Immortele precious cream is way better for dry skin. and as for SPF products i am not impressed with L'Occitane , i will continue using Olay or Shiseido.
Moisturizers -Clinique - Exceptionally Soothing Cream for Upset Skin
ingad 1/14/2006 10:35:00 AM
DO NOT USE IT LONGER THAN 4 DAYS!!!!! It contains hydrocortisone, which is a strong ingredient and in it thins the skin,makes skin to act crazy and be very sensitive later on.... for sensitive skin try following choices: 1 Almond oil, cheap and really calms the skin.(weleda has almond creams, if you prefer creams). 2.dr.hauscha's rose cream, fantastic cream for most of skin types, gives glow and calms the skin(not suitable for very oily skin). 3.dr.hauscha's moisture mask(calms the skin in the seconds). 4.Estee Lauder Verite Moisture Relief Creme for Sensitive Skin (really nice cream for all dry to normal skin). 5.Elizabeth arden's ceramide eye capsules, really calms the skin and leaves it glowing... one capsule for eyes and for whole face.... 6.jojoba oil(for normal to oily skin types). 7.aspirin mask, just mix aspirin with the water and jojoba or almond oil, 10-15 minutes and skin is way calmer.Great for normal to oily skin, not suitable for dry. Just in case, try on your wrist first, people are sensitive to different things. Good luck!
I never used Aubrey Organics before, but decided to give it a try after reading reviews. And i am soo happy i did. ok, let's admit it is the most unusual conditioner i ever tried. first of all it is very thick like a cream or scrub, so i use only a very small amount. second of all for me it does not add any shine or detangle very well. but it gives a lot of volume, i mean it A LOT .i never saw anything like that, i was very surprised when i used it for the first time. I LOVED IT!!!! Now i use it every time (I add 2 jojoba's oil drop, gives more shine), it does not make my hair greasy and my hair looks really nice. the only thing i hate is the smell, very unpleasant, but i can not stop using it, great results...
Fabulous product! I love masks and tried hundreds in my life. If I could give 10 lippies I would give ten. Truly fantastic. My skin was extremely dehydrated and irritated after aha treatments (never again) and it IS THE BEST CALMING MASK. I use it for something totally unrelated too–period pains. It is very unusual , but It helps with period pain better than medication, only rub your tummy and wait 2 minutes and no pain. Thanks Dr. Hauscha. Definitely buying again!
Moisturizers -Jason Natural Cosmetics - 98% Aloe Vera Super Gel
ingad 1/7/2006 9:04:00 AM
It used to be a good product, but they changed the formula... My skin broke out so badly, i looked like i burn my skin... do not use it!!!! I use Weleda's Calendula oil and it calms the skin and is very very moisturising. Jason's mango butter is great moisturise too.