One at bed time helps me sleep.
Smells like real lavender, but is very light. I don't need a strong scent.
I need to spray a lot on my pillow to detect anything.
Only lasts for a few hours for me but I still love it. I can re-apply later in day.
Good lather, but scent is too strong and soapy. Non-drying for body, drying for face. Nice to see a palm oil soap. I use on body but not armpits because it makes them smell acidic.
This is a good unsweetened "no-stir" peanut butter with healthy palm oil, but it must be very barely roasted because it's a mild flavour. Maybe they're using a lighter coloured peanut, too. A little more grinding would make it oilier; it is a tad dry. That would be more processing, though. Maranatha has a more roasty flavour, but there's sugar in it, so will probably buy Justin's again. Less processing and no sugar is best for me.
This is good, not great. I mix it with coconut oil and it becomes velvety smooth and rich tasting. It has just enough sugar and I could go with less. Since they use almonds and hazelnuts in it the flavour is not hazelnutty enough. Don't see the need for almonds except to make it cheaper. The big plus for me is there is no canola oil or milk powder.
Cleans really well. Socks were always yellow with Tide free. Used one pod with a little Tide free on large load and socks were white as new on bottom. But the scent is way too strong and smells strongly of patchouli, no trace of lavender or vanilla. Bothers my nose and throat. But no itch like Tide Original. I would prefer a cardboard box of powder to control the quantity, rather than a plastic bag of pods.
This does not compare to Dr Mist. I wish iherb carried Dr Mist. This one just doesn't work with less than 5 or 6 sprays. On running shoes too, Dr Mist blows it away.
I don't know what species of rose this is from but I just don't like it. I will stick to rose water.