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Country: 184.108.40.206, Europe, DE
City: 9.491 , Germany
This product made my skin feel great and I like it. When I first got this I was skeptical, but I wanted to try this out to see is it would help with some sun spots on my face and a few crows feet around my eyes. The first few days I noticed that the spots started to lighten up and I could feel a difference in how my skin felt. That is when I knew that I would replace my moisturizer and use this product. The container I liked because I could just push the top lid and there was a hole for the cream to come out of. Most cream you have to mess with a lid or squeeze out the cream. This container seemed to be more convenient. The feel of the cream was light on my skin and did not feel heavy at all. It was like it was not even on my face. Which is great when you apply makeup over it. So far my results are great. I still have sun spots and acne scars, but they are not prominent as they used to be. I do suggest that you use the cream at night because retinol makes your skin more sensitive to sun light. That is why I use it at night and not in the morning.
This stuff made for a pretty fun day at the office.. smells like if you bury your face in dog poop. The downside was it stuck in my nose and i kept smelling it for the next day. Definitely a great prank. Doesn't smell like farts, but more like dog poop or something dead.
One of my favorite toners! It sprays evenly and helps keep away the breakouts. We've even used it on cuts and scrapes because the white willow in it helps with pain and inflammation. Highly recommend this for people with combination skin or oily skin. I'll sometimes use it on a cotton round rather than just spritzing it, to wipe away anything I may have missed with my cleanser - particularly if I'm wearing a foundation, or want to touch something up. Highly recommend!
Do you have ANY idea how much time this product saves me in a day? Literally close to 9 seconds. 9 SECONDS! Thats 9 extra seconds I can spend doing other super important things, like slicing strawberries, or staring at myself in the mirror. In one week, this banana slicer saves me almost 126 SECONDS (assuming I eat two bananas a day, which I do, gotta have that potassium) For those of you who have access to a calculator like I do, thats over 2 MINUTES OF EXTRA TIME EVERY WEEK. In two minutes, I could recite the alphabet forwards AND backwards, if I had it written down somewhere. 2 extra minutes of sitting in traffic on my way to work! 2 extra minutes staring at my sexy neighbor through the window because he doesn't realize I can see him! 2 extra minutes in bed with my boyfriend! (not that he needs that long) (awkward)...
I always use Lonely Planet when I travel to a foreign country, especially when traveling Europe. Aside from the hotel booked on the first and last night, everything was at our discretion. I was in Iceland during the "off season" (first week of May) and had 4 travel books at my disposal between me and my travel partners. This one was especially useful when looking for guesthouses/hostels/hotels and restaurants. Loved the "hot spring" route they have in here: I would not plan a trip around hot springs, but it was awesome to have a comprehensive route to refer to so we could check out a hot spring that was on our path. As always, Lonely Planet provides useful information on culture, history, due/don'ts and must see's. Still my favorite travel guide. Definitely have this on your Iceland trip, even if you have a guided trip with an itinerary already planned. You can learn a lot about this country and each town/area from the book alone.