Never Suffer From NAIR HAIR REMOVAL LOTION Again

Never Suffer From NAIR HAIR REMOVAL LOTION Again

The first time I tried to use Nair, was in my very early twenties when my hair was coarser and everywhere. I knew the instructions said to leave the cream or lotion on for no longer than three minutes but, following the instructions all I’d have left is stinky hairy legs. I refused to try the cream again suffering with razors, hair bumps and discolorations until recently when I wanted to try alternative methods than an razor. I figured time has passed, let me try the lotion again. Even though many other brands were on the shelves, I was familiar with Nair and decided to try the long lost product again.

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Upgrade Your Deodorant with Saige and Ivy

Upgrade Your Deodorant with Saige and Ivy

With illness and ultimately the death of my last grandparent, I started to review my own beauty regimens and the contents that I use on a daily basis. Switching toothpastes, deodorants, moisturizers and of course hair products. Some aren’t as easy to transition to (love my Colgate) but if my grandmother could use baking soda as a deodorant for decades, I figured I could look into a more healthy option for myself. I received Saige and Ivy in a self-care subscription box and was hooked.

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Ecoco Cannabis Sativa Oil Product Review

Ecoco Cannabis Sativa Oil Product Review

Ecoco Cannabis Sativa Oil has a very distinct aroma.  After I shampoo, condition and moisturize the hair, I applied the oil directly on a clean scalp and remainder on the hair.  It’s not a thick oil by any means, a little does go a long way.  If you use this oil expecting a shine, don’t! This oil does not provide any shine, but clean and conditioned hair will feel good and look healthy and moisturized.

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Flashing Back to the 90's with The Doux

Flashing Back to the 90's with The Doux

The Doux reminds me of the ice cream truck and the lady in the park with the flavored syrup to pour over scraped ice in a cup. Ladies and gents, The Doux was and is a reminder of a time when nothing matter but which park you'd meet your friends to play double dutch, cop and permit free bbq's in the local park. Freeze tag and hopscotch.  Swings that now make me dizzy and climbing and jumping over fences to play in the pool after dark.  The Doux reminds me of fun, of good times.

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