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Beauty Product Reviews

Smells great, softens hands

I carry this in my purse because the jar of Burt's Bees Almond Milk Hand Creme is just too bulky. It does a really good job of softening my hands but my favorite part is definitely the smell. Honey! It moisturizes but doesn't leave hands feeling greasy, which is a problem I've had with other hand creams (grease marks left behind on paper, gross).

Smells nice, non-greasy

I use this as well as La Roche Posay's pricier Ultra Light Sunscreen, and it works just as well. The most prevalent problem with sunscreen for me is that it's often greasy and unpleasant-smelling. This smells nice, isn't greasy, and dries quickly. It's very light, so wearing it under my moisturizer is never a problem.

I spotted these at CVS a couple of weeks ago. I liked the packaging so I decided to try them out. I'd been using facial wipes I bought at the 99 Cent Store (for real) and they worked wonders so I figured wipes with witch hazel might work even better. Well, not really. These don't clean as well as my 99-cent wipes, and they leave behind a weird smell and a residue that I can't see, but can feel. I won't be buying this again.

Softening, nice scent, non-irritating

It's expensive (like all of Dr. Hauschka's products, I guess) but a little of this goes a long way. I use a small dot on my face everyday over my sunscreen and it makes my skin soft, hydrated, and dewy without making it feel oily.

Gentle, good for eczema

I use this when my eczema flairs up. It's very gentle but still leaves you feeling clean. It doesn't foam up, which is weird the first few times you use it, but you get used to it.