Great for a grey afternoon.
I just love this chai. Scratches the itch for a traditional cup made the old, long way, boiled with the spices in milk. Or at least it scratches it on those days I only have a minute and a cup in the office kitchen... Very warming!
This thing has changed my life.
Admittedly, it's not as easy as a pad (or a tampon, which I've given up for various reasons) but it's so much better. I had to get the hang of it and really give it a chance, but I will never go back now. No more yucky, damp messy pads, - I wonder if a baby feels like this when potty-trained ;-) - much less leaking and staining of undies. Strangely enough, I feel less crampy when I use it...this may be purely psychosomatic, but I don't care! Sometimes, I have to remind myself I'm on my period! It's hardest to deal with when you only have a public bathroom stall since it can be messy, but as I said, I'm really getting the hang of it and even that's not so bad anymore... Oh, and much less waste for our poor, little planet, and less expensive than eternally buying pads and tampons - what a bonus!! I've given each of my sisters one as a birthday present - probably the weirdest present I will ever give! :-)
Effective, but stings the eyes slightly
It seems to work just fine, but I think after the bottle is done, I will continue the quest for a non-stinging remover.
Want to love them...
...they're just a bit too harsh. They're effective and I like the slight exfoliation of the pad and the feeling of deep cleaning, but I think they have too much alcohol (or something) for my skin (oily/combo - maybe drying as I age). Darn!
Just not for me...
I was looking for something more like a spot treatment, so it's not really fair to rate it low, since it doesn't bill itself as one, but I wouldn't use it as a toner either - way too strong for my skin as a toner. Doesn't seem like a bad product, just not a match for me.
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