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need more of this!!

Posted on Feb 20, 2011

46 people found the following review helpful

I'm redoing my review since I've been using this nightly for a month or two and seen a big change on my skin. During the first couple of weeks my face got so dry it was peeling and itchy. The cream was stinging like mad for about a half an hour after every application. Later on it settled, there's only a slight tingling for maybe five minutes, blackheads and all sorts of clogs nearly gone, old scars are healing and light wrinkles disappearing. All in all my facial skin feels a lot stronger and healthier, less sensitive. Redness, tightness from drought and excess oil production during the day have all reduced. My skin is thin and delicate so I won't be moving on to the 10% cream, but will keep this 5% in my arsenal. This cream has a subtle scent like lemon yoghurt, delicious in my opinion.

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nourishing indeed

Posted on Jan 16, 2011

9 people found the following review helpful

Thick in consistency and seemed sticky when tested on the back on my hand. Good thing I tried it on my face as it sinks in nicely and keeps skin soft all day without being sticky or greasy at all. Has not clogged pores so far and does not irritate my insanely sensitive skin at all.

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good for a sensitive type

Posted on Jan 12, 2011

4 people found the following review helpful

No scent and no itch with this conditioner. Not the most nourishing I've used but you can always add a small drop of oil to boost it up. Does not leave hair heavy and limp.

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grabs what floss can't

Posted on Mar 07, 2011

4 people found the following review helpful

My teeth are set so closely together that toothpicks are useless and non-waxed floss breaks before getting into a space. These little brushes are very helpful in grabbing stuff near the gums, while a waxed floss would be too slippy and only push it further. One brush may last a week or two, just remember to rinse it well after each use. If you haven't tried these before I'd recommend starting with the mixed pack to find out your size.This size fits my two problem spots, while even the smallest is too big for most spaces.

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My favourite aloe

Posted on Dec 18, 2010

5 people found the following review helpful

I've tried enough aloe gels to stick with George's. It has no scent and leaves no film or stickiness behind once absorbed. Consistency is stable enough to mix with oils, serums, lotions and creams effortlessly - meaning you wont have watery liquid and lumps of gel on your hands when you start mixing things together. Has a small amount of preservative, but as one bottle lasts me almost a year I think it's only a good thing.

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sublime

Posted on Apr 17, 2011

2 people found the following review helpful

Badger's cocoa butter lip balms are awesome. They're doing a very nice job keeping my lips healthy. I don't mind the size of these tubes. I wouldn't recommend carrying these balms in your pocket as they will melt. There's barely any taste and the scents are lovely, which is exactly what I prefer in a lip balm.

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does add shine

Posted on Jan 19, 2011

2 people found the following review helpful

I'm not sure what I'm supposed to achieve with this jelly. It does soften my hair a little and didn't irritate my scalp or weigh my hair down. If you're looking for something to give a little shine to your hair without adding weight then I think this is worth a try.

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very nourishing

Posted on Apr 17, 2011

1 person found the following review helpful

I find this more nourishing than the dry skin version in the green tube. The green one is dry and pasty in texture while this is nearly as pasty but a little more moist and viscous. This isn't fragrance free as iHerb's title suggests, which worried me as my skin and eyes can't usually handle any fragrances. The scent is light and fruity, luckily didn't cause any trouble and fades away after a while. I haven't had any issues with either of these Desert Essence's SPF 15 moisturizers. Both sink into my skin quite nicely while keeping it soft and calm all day. No breakouts, irritation or clogging, which is rare.

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very gentle

Posted on Jan 12, 2011

1 person found the following review helpful

Might be unscented but has a noticeable fruity (tangerine) scent due to all the extracts in it. Was very gentle, didn't leave any residue or dry my skin any further. I've got sensitive skin and eyes but had no trouble with it. Haven't tried as a make-up remover but to wash off all natural sebum and grime and at least works great at that.

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will definitely buy again

Posted on Jan 16, 2011

1 person found the following review helpful

I mix this in my day cream every morning and it seems to help my skin stay soft and supple. For me this might even be more useful than the Hyaluronic Acid Serum, because where the HA helps retain moisture, CoQ10 Antioxidant Serum seems to strengthen and repair. For reference my skin is very thin and sensitive and strengthening is what it really needs.

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grab a bargain

Posted on Jan 16, 2011

1 person found the following review helpful

I bought this for washing my hair when my scalp is too dry and itchy to be washed with shampoo. Works wonders at that. Really calms down itchiness, doesn't leave any residue and leaves my hair soft and clean. Love the mild, fresh scent of tea tree.

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yech

Posted on Dec 06, 2010

1 person found the following review helpful

This is the single most horrible lip product I've ever tried and reminds me of the sad attempt of a lip gloss I once cooked up. So this is watery thin and separates in the tube, so you need to shake it like mad before applying if you want more than thin runny oil on your lips. If you manage to get some of the pigment on, you'll soon find it not only gritty but swimming and pooling unevenly in the oil and towards your teeth. And if that's not bad enough, well the taste is horrid - mostly oily and "earthy" with a wee bit of peppermint. Unless you're reapplying within ten minutes you'll find nothing on your lips but some oily residue around your mouth and sand in your teeth.

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