Yes, it does have a strange scent to it, but it's so darn easy to use on an infant! Keeping baby gums healthy far outweighs the slight inconvenience of inhaling the smell of these cloths, but it's actually not that bad-- easy to get used to after awhile. Can't say I would advise using these once the baby develops teeth-- mine would bite down on my fingers HARD as I tried to wipe his gums!
I got a very good glow from this product by using it in the morning after cleansing and at night before bedtime. Gave it only 4 stars because a 1 fl oz bottle empties quick while maintaining my day/night regiment, not to mention spending about $15 per bottle. Actually got almost the same result from taking neem oil and cod liver oil internally.
Used this as a less toxic alternative hair color while I was pregnant. Works just as good as commercial brands, but I only give this 4 stars because the color did not give me the rich brown I anticipated-- the result was a dark, almost black color that LASTED until I could grow it out!
Did two tests one week apart and accurately predicted my pregnancy on the first round. The second round, it did not show any results for quite a long time, so I threw it in the trash-- I later caught a glimpse of it and it finally showed the positive result the same as the first round! Although the second test result delayed, it did actually work.
This shampoo worked good for the first few times I used it. Nice lather and it gently cleansed my scalp. Only after awhile my hair started to become crunchy-dry, I don't think this shampoo mixes well with hard water. Also, it has a strange (not necessarily bad) sweet dessert smell to it, kind of like black cherry Jello. Would rather have a more traditional perfumey smell than a food smell for a shampoo.
Nice moisturization, but it kinda stinks-- a cross between chocolate milk and wet dog. Don't want that scent under my nose all day. Much preferred the same brand in the Tamanu & Tea Tree flavor, which was mild and pleasant.
I've used a variety of black eyeliners for about 20 years, and this is the worst "natural" eyeliner I have ever experienced. Smudges easily and runs down into the fine lines around my eyes. Worst of all, no matter how conscientious I was, I could not for the life of me keep a good portion of the "lead" from breaking off each and every single time I sharpened it. I literally wasted half of the pencil in total-- that's half the price in the trash. I've had a much better experience with the Physician's Formula twist-pencil eyeliner.