Posted by odalol on Jan 25, 2011
I use this for a lot of things. It's great for using in the face for a boost of moisture, for removing make-up, for conditioning dull and tired hair, and for dry cuticles. I also mix it with liquid foundation for a dewy glow. You get a lot of product for the price, and remember - one drop goes a long way!
Awesome! But expensive compared to amount of product
Wow - this scrub actually feels warming on the skin somehow. It's sugar based and smells like delicious chocolate. It's quite oily, but exfoliates well and leaves your skin silky and smooth. But - the jar is too bulky and the price is too high compared to the small amount of product you get. The jar basically has one inch of space around the contents, which I don't perceive as eco friendly, just annoying.
I like this a lot! have tried all the roll on deodorants from this brand, but I can't decide which one I like the most. This one smells really nice and not to strong, and it really lasts all day on me - even through tough workouts. It's a bit thin and runny, though, so be careful when you apply it so you don't spill any of it! Leaves no marks, which is a huge plus.
Posted by odalol on Aug 05, 2011
I use this for mushroom risottos in stead of bouillon. It's great! But be careful not to use too much, it's really, really salty. A little goes a long way.
A good peeling cream
This cream does a good job at removing dead skin cells. It sadly doesn't help with blackheads - for that you need salicylic acid, the only thing that exfoliates and cleans out the inside of your pores and not just the surface. This is not a magical cream, but it does make your skin feel smoother. Remember to use a good moisturizer after you have used this - it's not moisturizing in itself. The cream is potent, but I'm used to glycolic products and had no trouble adapting to the high glycolic percentage. All in all a fairly good enzyme peel at a good price. Could benefit from nicer packaging! The current one is just an ugly white jar.
Strong smell, potent oil
Potent stuff! I've used this directly on blemishes to try to treat them - not very successfully. The oil is really harsh and makes my eyes water, so I'm not so keen on using it in my face, really. It might be better utilized for cleaning (mixed with vinegar, maybe) or for aromatherapy.
Easy and delicious
Posted by odalol on Jan 07, 2013
Easy to make, quick, and delicious. I like the fact that they're not too sweet. Will buy again.
Good for steel
Posted by odalol on Apr 10, 2014
This is a good polish/cleanser for difficult stains and buned residue on cooktops etc. The container is kind of messy, though - it doesn't come with a lid, just a paper flap (which of course falls off after a short while). Good to know for Norwegians: this is exactly the same as JIF scouring cream, but in powder form. It leaves a white residue which can be removed with a wet cloth.
Posted by odalol on Oct 06, 2014
Smells awesome, just like After Eight, but the finished tea itself is mild and bland. It just seems like no matter how long you let it steep, it doesn't get any stronger. Dissappointing.
Not very good
Posted by odalol on Jul 28, 2013
I find the brush itself a bit to stiff and flat, although I like the rounded angular shape. I prefer their stippling brush for foundations. Will not be using this brush much.
A good idea, but..
Posted by odalol on Mar 07, 2014
I prefer actual bristles to this. This brush is silicone, it's got one thick silicone "bristle". It is harder to make an even line with this brush (using a gel or cream eyeliner), but you might get there with some practice. It's easy to clean, which is always a plus, but I would not buy it again.
Posted by odalol on Jun 29, 2014
This is my new go-to spice. Smoked paprika is hard to come by in Norway, so I'm glad I found it here on iHerb. It's delicious in burgers, seitan, dressings, and on top of just about anything that needs a smoky touch.