I use this for OCM, on my eyebrows, lashes and in my hair as a growth enhancer. If it hasn't contributed to hair growth (which I am quite sure it has, only I have no before and after pictures to compare), it has certainly made my hair, brows and lashes much stronger! And it's great for drawing puss and bacteria out of skin infections. Update: This really HAS made my eyelashes significantly longer, stronger and darker and works great for my eyebrows too.
Posted by Reviewer1694761 on Nov 07, 2012
I don't really know where to use it, I tried using it on my face, but the absorption-rate is soooo slow, which can be inconvenient. It IS really antibacterial though, so I use it in my home-blended cleansing oil. The smell also is horrid, but if you use with several other essential oils like rosemary, peppermint, lavender or tea tree, the smell can always be concealed. I also noticed if you put a tiny bit of this with your other choice of carrier oil on damp skin straight after washing, the smell goes away completely after about 10 mintues.
Posted by Reviewer1694761 on Aug 26, 2013
I have a very strong yellow undertone in my skin when I tan so the white cast from the zinc oxide is a bit problematic for me. I still like it though (and the barely there smell, very soothing somehow) and I have a little tip to make it less white and hard to spread: prep your skin (or blend) with some shea butter or body oil of your own choice!
I don't know about this one
Posted by Reviewer1694761 on Oct 26, 2012
I really wanted tamanu oil to work for me, but it just seems my skin doesen't like it at all. I feel all tight and weird even when I only use a drop or two. And when I tried it to treat spots, it seemed to make me get more. But I use it on my scars from breastreduction surgery and it seems to help with that!
This makes your skin feel so incredibly soft and smooth. I know people have complained about the smell of argan oil but I actually like it, it's like a mix of a berry and nutty smell, or like something antioxidant rich.
Keep coming back for this one
Posted by Reviewer1694761 on May 11, 2016
I have bought at least 4 bottles of this stuff now and I really love it. The scent is super citrusy without the alcohol smell that a lot of citrusy products tend to have. When I get a pimple, the red hyperpigmentation after it stays for MONTHS and this has helped them fade faster. It's pleasant to use that I keep reaching for it every day!
Smells very nice
Posted by Reviewer1694761 on May 11, 2016
But I've found black soap and castile soap to be a bit drying for my skin. If you like the squeaky clean feeling this is definitely for you. I have ended up using it as hand soap and it smells absolutely fantastic!
Smells like gummy bears
I'm amazed how american natural brands make their products smell kind of synthetic! I guess it's the sweet orange oil but it really does smell like gummy bears, and rather strongly. I like the ingredients but my scalp is really sensitive so this one wasn't really for me. It seem to strip my hair too much of my natural oils and in 1-2 days my scalp would get itchy and oily. I used to be no poo, so this would probably work if you're used to shampoo!
I love this
B grade syrup has such a deep nutty taste! Fantastic in baking, yoghurt, on pancakes, you name it.
This item make me feel a bit of nostalgic love. They were the first brand of chlorella I ever tried and little did I know, with my TERRIBLE immune system, they would keep me from getting colds and viruses which I'm so prone too. I actually like the size too, they're easy to swallow. Hell you can even swallow five at a time. And at a good price. It also seems too clarify and brighten my skin. Must be the detoxing properties at work!
This is wonderfully soft and at least gives ME enough coverage. If you aren't satisfied with the coverage you can also try to gently stiple with the same brush over the places that need the most coverage.
It noticeably plumped up my skin, I also tried it in a facial mask, and it really worked, BUT it gives you a hell of a constipated digestive system. So I had to stop taking them.