I like their mints better, the gum is small and gets hard fast.
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!
No complaints, other than even at iHerb's great prices, baking gets really expensive really fast using stuff like this.
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".
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.
Read so many reviews praising this stuff, but wasn't good for me. Far too drying and irritating! I had oily skin with sometimes severe cystic acne. Finding the root cause of the breakouts (food sensitivities) and using less/gentler topical stuff was better.
Not the traditional African black soap I was looking for. This is a hard solid actually BLACK bar of soap, smells overwhelmingly sweet and fruity. It was okay as far as regular soap goes, but wouldn't buy again, and I wanted real African black soap.
Thick, sticky, waxy...did not like this, felt like it just sat as a coat on top of my skin. I now use unrefined raw bulk shea butter that is silky, absorbs nicely, not like this yellow gloppy stuff.
I like Carlson brand. Just noticing it's a little misleading, as it says may contain up to 30% other fish, but the front says Norwegian Salmon Oil as if that's the only source. Better than some though, that don't tell you much about the source or purity testing, etc. I take two a day. Good for a lot of things.