I got a sample of this in a Too Faced set from Sephora and holy moly does it make my lashes big! The wand is a little flimsy, maybe this is better with the full size product, but overall this goes on really thick and nice and doesn't dry immediately so you can use a brush/comb to even the product out. You only need one coat! I apply by starting at the base and very slowly moving the brush up and out while wiggling it back and forth slightly and my lashes were twice their length with my reg mascara (full n soft). I also twist the wand as I pull it from the tube so there's not as much product on it. I've been using clump crusher lately because everyone's raved about it but this stuff blows clump crusher away.
I've had moderate persistent acne my whole life, once I found this stuff and stopped using harsh prescription topicals, and it cleared up significantly. This is my HG facewash along with the regular thoroughly clean. I like the smell of the sea kelp one more but I can't get it in the large bottle so I buy the regular one. Both are fantastic, gentle and really work. My skin is still oily by the end of the day but I can live with that instead of awful acne and oily. It does sting your eyes when removing eye makeup and it's recommended you don't use it in the eye area but I still do. Just close them really tight. :) A heads up- it won't remove waterproof mascara well.
I have used Redkin All Soft for years and this summer they changed the formulation of the product. I have thick coarse light brown hair with a slight wave that is very hard to manage. All Soft was the only shampoo that made my hair amazingly soft, shiny and manageable. The new All Soft leaves my hair dull and brittle and you get greasy build up at the crown. I can only use the conditioner on my tips as it is so greasy and doesn't wash out. This stuff is awful. Now I will have to find something else. If anyone has any recommendations for a product similar to the old All Soft let me know! I used to use Redkin Smooth Down, all though I loved the results of the old All Soft more, perhaps I will try that again.