I like these better than their gum. Taste good, hope the xylitol has some positive effect, but I don't eat them that often, so can't really say.
bought after reading about dental benefits
I don't use a lot of sugar but even when I do bake something sweet, this is too expensive to use for replacing all sugar so I used it to make a mouthwash and add to water to get the benefits throughout the day. Also have heard to much can have unwanted gastrointestinal effects, have not experienced that, but also don't consume much at a time. I don't really notice anything...I ran out, may buy again, may not.
does the job
I prefer to make my own lip balms, but picked this for the spf 18 for days at the beach, etc. I think I wanted cherry but it was out of stock. Tastes good, nice texture. Not too waxy and doesn't turn you white like some SPF products. Doesn't seem to break me out, which can be a concern depending on ingredients. I don't use it often.
lives up to "superior taste" claim
I like Carlson brand, took one bottle of this after finishing a much more expensive fermented brand. I did not notice any difference in anything while taking cod liver oil. I am sure it's good for me, but I didn't repurchase. This is easy to take, just tastes like lemony oil (though swallowing a straight spoonful of any oil, no matter how tasty, is a little gag-inducing to me). More economical than buying capsules. I would choose this one over some of the less expensive brands.
I used to try a lot of cleansers with things that were too irritating...I never really think of myself as having sensitive skin, but thinking back, a lot of things were way too harsh. This is nice and basic, no drying/stinging/burning/itching, just gentle and effective.
This brush sheds a little more than some I've used, but it's fine. Wish the handle came off. I use it for dry brushing before showering.
Less expensive than Bragg's...I switched to this one for all my body care applications and save the Bragg's to eat, not that you couldn't eat this one too.
love the smell!
Bought a bunch of gluten free flours from iHerb after getting a GF cookbook. This tastes and SMELLS so good. Have not made a lot with it, and what I have, has been only a small amount coconut flour in a blend of other flours. So many coconut flour recipes call for a lot of eggs, I don't care about the calories or fat or that stuff, just that it gets pricey to be using these flours and then a dozen eggs too, for one recipe. But, iHerb makes it more affordable, and this is nothing in price compared to retail almond flour! The brownie recipe on the back is good!
Only almond flour I've tried
No complaints, other than even at iHerb's great prices, baking gets really expensive really fast using stuff like this.
Not so great as deodorant.
Smells great, but the alcohol is irritating and it isn't a very effective deodorant for me. Also kind of expensive for small amount. Nice as a perfume though. Probably wouldn't buy again.
I feel like the only one not raving about this, but I didn't find it that great. I think my skin was really pretty bad when I tried it though.
This is effective, and I like the texture, but this formula has dimethicone and I think the previous formula had parabens. Also just a long ingredient list and not sure all that needs to be in there. I think a lot of the hype about all the "chemicals" is unfounded but personally I still prefer to look for something a little "cleaner".