I was a little hesitant to purchase this product, due to the many mixed online reviews. Some claim this product to be “one of the best of all time,” while other would classify this as one of the worst. I wasn’t sure what I was getting myself into with this one, but decided at a price of $14.00, it was at least worth a try.
I have been looking to try a “clean” deodorant for quite some time now but wasn’t sure which one to go with. I have seen others rant and rave about Native Deodorant, but it personally didn’t appeal to me. I recently began using Kopari Coconut Melt (another amazing product by this brand) so decided Kopari Coconut Oil Deodorant was the way to go!
After just the first application, I fell in absolute LOVE! First and foremost, the scent is HEAVENLY. I applied this deodorant just once in the morning, and throughout the day was reminded of the scent every time I moved my arms! This deodorant is long lasting.
Due to the oil-like consistency, it goes on super smooth and leaves behind no white residue on my clothing. This product is aluminum free, paraben free, and all vegan! I have super sensitive underarms and this deodorant was calming on my skin.
There is no doubt I will be purchasing this again! Click the link below to purchase yours!
Just like most, I’m always on the hunt for quality beauty products, that won’t break the bank. Don’t get me wrong, I love to splurge every now and then on all of the goodies Sephora has to offer. But lately I find myself stopping by my local CVS and Target Stores more and more often. From facial toners, to dry shampoos, these stores have it all! Below are just a few of my favorite everyday products that I wanted to share with you all! And you never know, these products just might end up in your cart on your next drugstore beauty haul!
OGX Hydrating TeaTree Mint Shampoo
For as long as I can remember, oily hair is something I have struggled with. Washing my hair every night of the week was routine for me, until I tried OGX Hydrating TeaTree Mint Shampoo. As I have recently learned, tea tree oil removes excess dirt and oil from the scalp, so when I saw this shampoo by OGX I had to give it a try! Within the first week of use, the difference was noticeable. I now wash every other day, and although to some that may still seem like a lot, it is the best any shampoo has been able to do for me!
Dove Beauty Refresh + Care Volume and Fullness Dry Shampoo
Same struggle, different product. Me and my oily hair curse!
For quite some time, I thought dry shampoo just wasn’t an option for me. It seemed that every new product I tried had the same negative result, making my hair even more oily than it was originally. This was until I tried Dove Refresh + Care. This is the only dry shampoo I have tried that gave me that “just washed” appearance, and is just under $5.00!
Thayers Alcohol -free Witch Hazel Toner with Aloe Vera
After seeing some of my favorite beauty influencers rant and rave over it, I knew I had to give Thayers a shot. I had been experimenting with different toners for a while, but just wasn’t satisfied with anything I had gotten my hands on. I have sensitive skin, and suffer from rosacea (patches on my face) so “clean” facial products are a must! Thayers is alcohol-free and very soothing to my skin. This particular product I purchased at Target, and only set me back $6.99.
Neutrogena Hydro Boost Hydrating Water Gel Face Moisturizer and Neutrogena Hydro Boost Body Gel Cream
OBSESSED is the only word I can use to describe how I feel about Neutrogena’s new Hydro Boost line of products. The line has a variety of products: such as ; serums, cleansers, and creams, all offering intense hydration. I have been using their gel face moisturizer for over a month now, and am in love! Prior to using this Neutrogena product, I was hooked on The True Cream Aqua Bomb by Belif. Both are extremely similar in scent, and consistency. However, Neutrogen’s version is $15 less than Belif’s.
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