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on 1/4/2019 8:48:00 PM
More reviews by tinkerrbelle
Weird clingy thick rubbery jelly base with very fine, but very few scrubby pieces. Doesn't scrub, smooth or even clean. Makes my skin look and feel rougher, look more dull than before. Strongly fragranced with a soapy green scent that smells like foot cream or detergent. Gives a burning feeling to my sensitive combo occasional rosacea skin. Dries out my skin and I'm not even dry. Super annoying to remove. It coats the face so much like a gel-skin mask I can't shift it off in the shower with just hands. Needs a rough textured washcloth with lots of rubbing and rinsing to get it off.
on 12/18/2018 7:09:00 PM
More reviews by PeachPunch88
One of my favorite winter deep conditioners for my natural 4c type hair. This stuff has the consistency of buttery toothpaste and smells of mineral oil but its a staple for me when the weather is cold and dry. Its very cheap (around 3 or 4$ per tub) and accessible so you can pick it up at the local beauty supply/big box store or any well stocked hair supply store. Light yellow color but nothing that will stain your clothes. Its very thick so applying it on wet hair is a must. Very rich product so fine haired people of any texture may want to keep it pushing and leave this for thicker hair. I dont need this much in the hot summer but when that cold fall/winter air hits I break this stuff out after a shampoo. It also works well with other products so if you want to add an oil or mix with another conditioner for an extra treatment you can do that too. I leave this stuff on for at least 15 minutes but if I have time Ill go a full hour. Smells like miniral oil but it dosn't linger in the hair too much after rinsing it out. Plus my leave ins usually take over anyway since they are scented as well. My hair always feels moisturized but not greasy or weighed down after using this which is a big plus for me An oldie but goodie for sure!
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on 11/18/2018 9:42:00 PM
More reviews by Jlhenderson
For those with extremely dry skin, this lotion will not be moisturizing enough, despite what the bottle says. That may be because the fifth ingredient is sodium lauryl sulfate (not to be confused with sodium laureth sulfate), a cleansing agent. It’s admittedly an odd thing for a lotion to have. Those without dry skin will no doubt appreciate the non-greasy finish, the huge bottle, and the tiny price tag. But dry-skinned folks will be better off getting something more moisturizing.
on 10/9/2018 7:16:00 AM
More reviews by Matilde90
I saw this scrub in sale at high street cosmetics shop for about 3 pounds. I have been using for few weeks and not seen much difference. It is just an ok scrub to use and is gentle, not harsh but also means results not as good as other scrub such as St Ives or Biore. If you dont like strong scrubs this is for you. I will finish using and go back to Biore for sure as it was giving much better results.
on 9/21/2018 4:24:00 PM
More reviews by kimk
I have used this stuff for eons. When I was a teenager and my skin was a rampant oily mess, I used it all over as a mask, and it helped clear things up a bit. Now - even tho I'm rapidly progressing to geezerdom, I still get the occasional zit or some weird thing. I use this as an overnight treatment on those, and it's as close to a miracle worker as anything I've ever used. It will shrink down a blemish overnight so it's next to nothing the next morning. You *do* want to let this dry before you hit the sack, or you'll have some strange markings on your pillowcase. But it works a treat, and has for decades. Hope they never stop making it, or that they don't change it!
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