BOOM! By Cindy Joseph

BOOM! By Cindy Joseph


Overall rating
3.3
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51%
would repurchase
3.3
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Overall rating
51%
would repurchase

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Boomstick Color
2.0
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a month ago

The makeup sticks are ok and the color one for lips and cheeks did match my skin tones. The glimmer one is not over the top shimmery. The moisturizer stick is not anything special, I have been using it on my lips. It’s kind of like a bigger Carmex or chapstick. I’m 62, blonde and have a fair complexion. What I do want to say is skip the moisturizers. They are heavy and greasy and way too oily-looking on your skin. They even have a faint olive oil scent. Same for the serum. I bought everything based on Facebook reviews as well as on their site. I’ve since left a similar review both places and was moderated off, so realize not so positive reviews don’t show up. Basically I feel I paid a couple extra hundred dollars for olive oil, as far as the moisturizers go. And yes, that included the “cotton” one that wasn’t supposed to be as shiny, I.e. oily looking.

Boomstick Color
2.0
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a month ago

The makeup sticks are ok and the color one for lips and cheeks did match my skin tones. The glimmer one is not over the top shimmery. The moisturizer stick is not anything special, I have been using it on my lips. It’s kind of like a bigger Carmex or chapstick. I’m 62, blonde and have a fair complexion. What I do want to say is skip the moisturizers. They are heavy and greasy and way too oily-looking on your skin. They even have a faint olive oil scent. Same for the serum. I bought everything based on Facebook reviews as well as on their site. I’ve since left a similar review both places and was moderated off, so realize not so positive reviews don’t show up. Basically I feel I paid a couple extra hundred dollars for olive oil, as far as the moisturizers go. And yes, that included the “cotton” one that wasn’t supposed to be as shiny, I.e. oily looking.


Boomstick Color
1.0
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a month ago

Many of the colors are declared carcinogenic or cancer causing. The United States does not rate cosmetics so the "lipstick" ratings would not include carcinogenic testing of ingredients. Since I have been going through numerous removals of squamous cell cancers of the outer skin all around my lips, I typed out the list of ingredients and took to my doctor who tells me lipstick in America is the "kiss of death" and looked at the color numbers and told me not to continue with this product. I still use the Boom Silk moisture cream, and like it very much, but this Boom Color is not safe to use.

Boomstick Color
1.0
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a month ago

Many of the colors are declared carcinogenic or cancer causing. The United States does not rate cosmetics so the "lipstick" ratings would not include carcinogenic testing of ingredients. Since I have been going through numerous removals of squamous cell cancers of the outer skin all around my lips, I typed out the list of ingredients and took to my doctor who tells me lipstick in America is the "kiss of death" and looked at the color numbers and told me not to continue with this product. I still use the Boom Silk moisture cream, and like it very much, but this Boom Color is not safe to use.

Boomstick Color
5.0
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2 months ago

At 50, I find that most makeup doesn't work with my skin the way it used to. In particular, my eyes have gotten much dryer and I have allergic reactions to almost anything I put on them... I've tried Origins, Meaningful Beauty, and I do like some of their products, but until Boom! I hadn't found anything that I could use on my eyes. I took a chance and bought the Trio The Glo stick has calmed the skin around my dry eyes and I find that it works well on my combination skin as well (moisturizes without feeling too heavy). The color is as flexible as advertised, and a little goes a long way. The Glimmer adds a nice touch on my eyes (again... no skin reaction!! YAY!) and temples. It's a little expensive, but I like it well enough that I may try some of the other products.

Boomstick Color
5.0
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2 months ago

At 50, I find that most makeup doesn't work with my skin the way it used to. In particular, my eyes have gotten much dryer and I have allergic reactions to almost anything I put on them... I've tried Origins, Meaningful Beauty, and I do like some of their products, but until Boom! I hadn't found anything that I could use on my eyes. I took a chance and bought the Trio The Glo stick has calmed the skin around my dry eyes and I find that it works well on my combination skin as well (moisturizes without feeling too heavy). The color is as flexible as advertised, and a little goes a long way. The Glimmer adds a nice touch on my eyes (again... no skin reaction!! YAY!) and temples. It's a little expensive, but I like it well enough that I may try some of the other products.