Friday, October 30, 2015

October Empties (#19)

This month's empties bin filled up really quickly. I seemed to finish a little bit of everything at once. Some good, some bad, I'll fill you in on whether or not each product is worth trying or repurchasing. Here's what I used up in the month of October:

  • Loreal Everstrong Bodify Conditioner (would repurchase) - This was nice. It made my hair smell good, feel soft, and look shiny. I like the EverStrong line. I'd definitely get this again in the future. 
  • Herbal Essences Long Term Relationship (would repurchase) - This used to be my jam in college, and the smell of it certainly brought me back. I don't love it as much as I used to, but every now and then I don't mind using this for old times sake.
  • Aveeno Baby Wash & Shampoo (would not repurchase) - I got this to clean my brushes, but I didn't like the smell so I wouldn't buy this again. It did a fine job of cleaning my brushes, but from here on out I think I'll be using Dr. Bronner's castille soap instead.
  • Sonia Kashuk Brush & Sponge Cleanser (would not repurchase) - What I didn't like about this is the packaging. When washing my brushes, my hands get wet (duh) and this packing is slippery to hold on to and spray on to brushes. I couldn't even get the last bit out with the pump at the end, so out it goes. 
  • B&BW Mad About You Shower Gel (would not repurchase) - Ooooweee... this body wash had an overly perfumey floral scent (very young scent) and it lingered for a good while after showering. I got this as a free gift with purchase, and I won't grab it again. 
  • Soap & Glory Sugar Crush Body Buttercream (would repurchase) - I love Soap & Glory products, and this body butter is amazing. It smells like a key lime pie and does a great job of moisturizing without feeling greasy. This won't be the last time I get this stuff!
  • Philosophy Loveswept Body Lotion (would not repurchase) - I got this in a sample bag of some sort, and while it smelled really good (perfumey), it is extremely overpowering and not something you can wear with perfume. I used it at night on my hands and it did a nice job of hydrating my hands, but I prefer a much lighter scented lotion for daily use.
  • Loreal Voluminous Butterfly Waterproof Mascara (would repurchase) - I liked this mascara. I'm not the biggest fan of waterproof formulas, but I like to keep one on hand for my bottom lashes or for weddings, or any day that I know there are going to be some waterworks! This was one of the better waterproof formulas I've tried recently - it built up volume nicely and separated my lashes. 
  • Number 4 Super Comb Prep & Protect (would not repurchase) - I was not a fan of this spray in conditioner. Not big in to the scent, and the formula did nothing for me. It's expensive as well, not worth the money when there are better, cheaper alternatives. 
  • Oscar Blandi Dry Shampoo (would not repurchase) -I didn't enjoy using this dry shampoo. It has a strong citrus scent and hardly soaked up any oil in my hair.
  • Maybelline Dream Lumi Touch Highlighting Concealer (would repurchase) - This is the second or third one of these I've gone through. I really like this concealer because it covers up dark circles, and doesn't get cakey underneath my eyes. 
  • Paula's Choice Optimal Results Hydrating Cleanser (would not repurchase) - I really like the Paula's Choice brand, but this cleanser was just too basic. It felt like I was rubbing lotion on my face, and it didn't seem to clean my face all that well. Unfortunately, I just didn't love this and I won't buy it again. 
  • L'occitane Hydration Face Mist (would not repurchase) - This is a heavily scented face spray. If you're sensitive to fragrance, this is not for you. It has a fine mist, which is nice, and it did leave my makeup looking more natural after I sprayed it on, but I won't buy it again. There are others I like better, that have better or less of a fragrance.
  • St. Ives Apricot Scrub (would repurchase) - Despite how bad this probably is for my skin, I still love it. My face feels baby soft and super clean when I use it, but the uneven scrubbies are probably causing micro-lacerations on my face which isn't good, soooo.... I won't be buying it again. 
  • Botanic Farm Grain Ferment Cleansing Sherbet (would repurchase) - I got this from Memebox and I absolutely LOVED it. Best cleansing balm I've ever used. I would highly recommend using this as a makeup remover, if you're in the market for a good one. Full review here.
  • Natural Dentist Healthy Gums Anti Gingivitis Rinse (would not repurchase) - This mouth wash had a cinnamon taste, which I don't enjoy when it comes to mouth wash. It did a fine job of rinsing my mouth out and making it feel clean, but I prefer a mint rinse instead.
  • Pronamel & Sensodyne Toothpastes (would repurchase) - I have a million samples of these and we're working our way through them. They're nice, minty, and make my mouth feel clean. 
  • Swisspers Cotton Rounds (would repurchase) - I get these in bulk from Costco. They're good cotton rounds, and I'll keep buying them for use in applying toner and removing eye makeup.
  • Organic Surge Overnight Sensation Night Cream (would repurchase) - This is a very gentle overnight cream that smells of lavender. It's natural and has good ingredients, it didn't break me out either. 
  • Reviva Labs Alpha Lipoic Vitamin C Ester & DMAE Cream (would repurchase) - I got this sample on Vitacost ($10 coupon for the website here)and I really liked it. This lightweight night cream felt nice on the skin, and I'd be curious to see how it performs with extended use. 
  • Mario Badescu Drying Lotion (would repurchase) - This made my favorites in months past, and for good reason. It helps shorten the time a zit hangs out on my face - who could ask for more?
  • Miyu Beauty Di-Stress Mi Beauty Essence (would repurchase) - Ages ago I received this from Birchbox, and it's a really nice peppermint face spray. It smells good and feels nice on the face. I'd definitely purchase it again. 
  • Alterna Bamboo Abundant Volume Shampoo & Conditioner (would not purchase) - I didn't really care for the smell of this, but it was an OK combo. I know it's kind of pricey, and I wouldn't shell the cash out for it.
  • Rituals Magic Touch Cherry Blossom & Rice Milk Body Cream (would purchase) - I already have a full size of this. It's makes my skin soft, and has a nice light scent that isn't overpowering.
  • L'occitane Precious Cream (would purchase) - This night cream was soooo nice. My skin felt soft and smooth, and I liked the herbal scent of it. I'm fairly certain it's pricey, but it might be worth splurging on in the future.
  • Hourglass Mineral Veil Primer (would not purchase) - I know people swear by this stuff, but I can't say I was impressed. It didn't do anything for the longevity of my makeup wear, and it didn't make my skin look any better.
  • Caudalie Vine Body Butter (would not purchase) - This was just OK. It smelled fresh and was hydrating on my skin, but it wasn't so great I need to run out and buy it. Especially not for the price.
  • Mario Badescu Drying Cream (would purchase) - This stuff really helped my skin clear up. It smelled pretty gross, but the results were good enough that I didn't mind.

What did you use up this month? Have you ever tried any of these products? Let me know!

Wednesday, October 28, 2015

Exuviance Bionic Oxygen Facial

Remember when I said bubbling oxygen masks were about to be huge here? I guess they're already here... in the form of Exuviance's Bionic Oxygen Facial. This is a bit different than the Elizavecca mask I reviewed earlier this month, but nearly the same concept. 

This product is marketed as a "fast fix for stressed skin". The bubbling oxygen works to brighten the skin and restore radiance, as well as detox the skin and optimize collagen. 

The mask, housed in the nice pump bottle you see above, comes out as a blue creamy gel. All you have to do is smear a thin layer on your face and wait for the magic to happen. Seconds after you apply the mask, it starts to bubble, and I find it to be torturingly tickly! The mask will bubble until it is completely dissolved from your face. Then you just wash your face off, and wa-lah!

My skin felt refreshed and detoxified after using the Bionic Oxygen Facial. I like that it's a quick 2 minute mask that seems to do a good job of brightening and adding radiance to the skin.

You can purchase the Exuviance Bionic Oxygen Facial at Ulta for $65 (for 3.2 oz). A steep price, but this bottle will last you quite some time. I've enjoyed using this product since it was sent to me, but I'm not sure I would shell out $65 to get it again because I have other masks I enjoy even more. If you want to try something similar, the Elizavecca mask is quite similar and costs just $14.

Have you tried a "carbonated" mask yet? What did you think? Let me know in the comments!

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Monday, October 26, 2015

October Favorites

How October has come and gone is beyond me, but it was a great month, and truthfully, I'm a little sad to see it go! The five products that made a favorites post this month are all so so great - I can hardly begin to put them in an order, so... I won't. I'd highly recommend all of them, and would love to know what you think of these products too! 

This month I loved:

  • Maybelline Dream Bouncy Blush in Plum Wine: I think this may have made a favorites post before? I rediscovered it again this month and fell back in love. This blush looks ridiculously natural when applied with a light hand, don't let the color fool you. It's the perfect "just in from the cold" flush to the cheeks, it has great lasting power... I love this stuff.
  • Suave Refresh & Revive Dry Shampoo: This stuff is good... real good. Smells fruity, soaks up oil and makes my hair look fresh. I'll do a full review on this soon.
  • BeautyBlender: The hype is real with this makeup tool. All you do is dampen it, and then apply your foundation. It makes my skin look flawless and provides even coverage that doesn't look cakey. They're expensive, but I will always have one of these in my beauty arsenal. 
  • MAC Prep + Prime Spray: I like to set my makeup with a spritz of a setting spray to help everything look more natural, not powdery and dry. This is one of my go-to setting sprays. The smell is nostalgic for me, and reminds me of my wedding, and it does a good job of keeping my makeup in place. I'll always repurchase this. 
  • Lush Let the Good Times Roll cleanser: Chances are you've heard many people rave about this. For good reason! It smells like cookies, has all natural ingredients, and is an awesome exfoliating cleanser, gentle enough to use every day. It smells so good, I want to eat it every time I use it! It looks like cookie dough, and all you have to do is break off a little hunk of it, massage it in your hands with some water to turn it in to a paste, and slather it all over your face. Amazing stuff.

What are your favorites this month? Let me know! 

Friday, October 23, 2015

Christie Brinkley Skincare | CLOSE UP Instant Wrinkle Reducer & Treatment

Did any of you know Christie Brinkley has a new (adorably packaged) skincare line? Yeah me either, until I was contacted to try out their Close Up Instant Wrinkle Reducer and Treatment. Seems promotion for her line has been rather hush, I've seen it nowhere! However, if you've ever seen what Christie Brinkley looks like, you'd believe she knows a thing or two about anti-aging skincare. The woman looks 25, and she's in her 60s!

This Close Up treatment aims to firm and smooth the appearance of crows feet, fine lines and wrinkles. It can be used anywhere you need a boost of youth - under the eyes, on the forehead, around the mouth, etc. 

This treatment is virtually odorless, glides on easily and is weightless on the skin. The ingredients are far from natural, as I tend to prefer, but as I was sent this product, I don't mind giving it a go. It sits really well under makeup, and didn't break me out at all.

You don't need much when applying this to your face. I primarily used this under my eyes (as it's said to reduce puffiness and underye lines) and on my forehead where I have some noticeable wrinkles (Damnit, skin. I'm only in my 20s....). This stuff provides a subtle blur, making any lines or imperfections a little less noticeable. The formula also has full spectrum UVA/UVB and infra-red protection, so it'll provide protection from the sun and help prevent any wrinkles sun exposure can cause.

While this product is nice, and does provide instant blurring  results, it is way too pricey for me to ever purchase it again. For just 0.33 oz, you pay $79.95! Ouch. If that number doesn't phase you, you can purchase this product online here

Have you heard of or tried the Christie Brinkley skincare line? Let me know. 

Wednesday, October 21, 2015

Ipsy Glam Bag | October 2015

This month's Ipsy Glam Bag is a hit for me! There's a product I've always wanted (the highlight), and multiple brands that I love to try (Nourish Organic, Tarte). Ipsy bags come once a month for just $10/month and rarely am I disappointed in the selection of samples (and often, full sized products). Every month the goodies come in a cute keepsake bag, perfect to use while travelling. To get your own Ipsy bag, sign up here

This month, I received:

  • Nourish Organic Pure Hydrating Argan Face Serum: Designed to hydrate and smooth the skin, while improving tone. Formulated with Apricot Kernel Oil, Moroccan Argan Oil, and Rosehip Oil. I really like the Nourish Organic brand, and I look forward to trying this sample. 
  • Coastal Scents Xpress Line Cosmetic Pencil: This eyeliner pencil is black, and claims to have long lasting wear and a pack of pigmentation. I'm not super in to eyeliner pencils, and this pencil wasn't creamy enough for my taste.
  • Ayres Pampas Sunrise Hand Cream: This hand cream is made with plant emolliants, shea butter and herbal extracts to moisturize the skin. The smell is comprised of lemongrass, mandarin, bergamot, patchouli and spearmint. 
  • Tarte Deluxe LipSurgence Skintuitive Lipgloss in Energy: Crafted to smooth fine lines and hydrate the lips, it also creates a personalized shade of pink on the lips. It's not sticky at all, which I like in a lipgloss. Color is very light. 
  • theBalm Mary-Lou Manizer: A honey-hued highlight that adds a burst of luminescence to the face. Can be used as an eye shadow or highlight. Love this shade - it's gorgeous and would work for any skin tone! 

What did you get in your Ipsy bag? Let me know! 

Monday, October 19, 2015

Michael Todd | Intensive Cream Lip Treatment

It's no secret - ya'll know I'm a big Michael Todd fan. (Didn't know? See what I mean here and here) Their all natural products agree with my skin and have been long standing favorites of mine. I know there's a lot of YouTube + beauty blog hype about Michael Todd, but I can promise you it's all legit. Full disclosure: Michael Todd sends me a lot of products to try, but nearly all of what they've sent me, I've also bought myself (even before it was sent to me).

Anyway, today I'm talking about the Michael Todd Intensive Cream Lip Treatment, a product totally new to me. The main goal of this lippie? To ward off signs of anti-aging on your lips. Seems kind of crazy, right? But hey, who wants wrinkly, indented lips that don't hold lipstick?! Not me.

The ingredients in the product are good, and all vegan! The key ingredients are what's worth looking at more extensively. Soluble collagen: a protein naturally found in the skin, plumps and smooths the appearance of fine lines in the skin. Hyaluronic Acid: Naturally occurring molecule, attracts water to the skin's surface to plump with the body's own moisture. Actimp: peptide blend extracted from the White Lupine Flower, restores elasticity and firmness, proven to increase collagen production by 95% in 10 days. Organic Aloe Vera Leaf Juice: Soothes, heals, and has anti-inflammatory properties. 

This is a very slippery, thin lip cream that smells citrusy and feels wet on the lips. It's not intensely hydrating and doesn't last too long on my lips. For that reason, I like to put it on when I'm getting ready in the morning just for something slippery on my lips.

I use this, obviously, for preventative measures, as I don't have super wrinkled lips just yet. If you do have lined, aged lips, take a look at the before/after pictures on the Michael Todd website, and you'll have this thing in your cart in no time. 

Is this product essential in your skincare routine? No. Is it the best lippie I've ever used? No. Is it something I'll repurchase? Probably not. But it IS something targeted at a certain crowd with a specific skincare need - and if you fit that target, this is right up your alley. Natural, vegan anti-aging skincare that works is hard to come by, but Michael Todd knows how to make a quality product that fits the bill. 

The Michael Todd Intensive Cream Lip Treatment ($48 for 0.5 oz) can be purchased online at 

Have you used anu anti-aging lip products before? Let me know what you've tried! 

Monday, October 12, 2015

StriVectin Advanced Retinol Pore Refiner

No one wants large, in your face (no pun intended) pores. I think most people strive for "baby skin", poreless, smooth, perfect skin. If you're lucky enough to be born with it -- GOOD FOR YOU. Ha ha ha... I kid, but really. Most of us have to put in a little effort to have flawless skin. And that is where StriVectin Advanced Retinal Pore Refiner comes in. 

The Advanced Retinol Pore Refiner is a lightweight moisturizer that utilizes retinol to minimize pores and other anti-aging ingredients that keep skin looking young. One thing I really like about this product is that it's a very gentle retinol - you don't have to worry about your skin drying out and flaking. 

According to StriVectin, "Patented NIA-114™ technology nourishes the moisture barrier to provide visible age fighting efficacy as it limits the sensitivity common to Retinol use." .... which is 100% true! I have used other retinols in the past that totally irritated my skin, but I had no such issues with this product.

To use this product, go about your normal skincare routine - wash, tone, and moisturize your face. Save this product for last, to use on top of your moisturizer both day and night. I truly did see a difference in the texture and appearance of my skin. I've always had sightly pores - not horribly large, but definitely noticeable -- but after using this product for a mere two weeks, I was shocked at how flawless my skin looked! It looked like I had used a pore minimizing primer. 

Overall, I really like this product. I actually saw results after a short time of using it, plus it has a nice soft smell (it's fragranced - something to watch out for if you're sensitive to that kind of thing) that I really liked - kind of perfumey. 

You can purchase the StriVectin Advanced Retinol Pore Refiner online at for $99 (1.7 oz) per bottle. It's also available in stores like Macy's and Ulta. I would highly recommend it if you want a 1-2 punch of pore minimization and anti-aging in one bottle.

What's your favorite pore-minimizing product? Let me know! 

Friday, October 9, 2015

Walmart Beauty Box | Fall 2015

The Fall Walmart Beauty Box finally arrived in my mailbox last week, and I have to say, it's a pretty sweet value for just $5! If you've never seen this subscription, it costs just $5 per box, and it's shipped out once a season (4 boxes per year). It's not the most amazing beauty subscription service I've ever tried, but it does give you a chance to try out drugstore items without spending the money on a full size product first. 

Fall boxes are still available. Sign up to receive yours here. In the meantime, check out what I got in this season's box. Note: items may vary by box.

One thing I don't enjoy receiving are these foil packets, but whatever. Included in this box are samples of the Jergens Wet Skin Moisturizer, the Nivea Extended Moisture Lotion, the Biore Self Heating One Minute Mask and the Crest 3D White Brilliance Whitening toothpaste and gel

Also included are some travel sized samples of the Aussie Mega Hairspray, the Caress Adore Forever Body Wash and the Aveeno Positively Radiant Daily Moisturizer.

Lastly, the box came with the Neutrogena Healthy Volume Mascara (which came in the Summer box, too.... wah wah!), ACT Advanced Care Mouthwash, Dove Advanced Care deodorant and probably the best item in the whole box -- the Schick Hydro Silk Disposable Razor

Overall, I enjoy the Walmart Beauty Boxes. For $5, you totally get what you pay for, and I like having sample sizes for when I travel. I'd recommend it if you like to try out drugstore items! 

Have you signed up? What do you think of the Walmart Beauty Box? Let me know! 

Wednesday, October 7, 2015

Burnin' Up #8: Empties

With the change to fall weather, any time I'm home for an extended period of time, you can bet there are candles burning. It makes me feel cozy and comfortable, and well - my empties will prove to you that all of the above are true. Here's what I used up recently...

You can see my descent in to fall scents if you look from right to left. Sun Tan is a super old scent from Bath & Body Works that has somehow managed to linger in my stash for ages. You can still buy Sun Tan (with different packaging) during the summer at B&BW, but I've heard that the scent has been reformulated and isn't the same any more. 

Mint Basil is a candle from Target, another one that's been lingering in my stash for quite some time. I love the packaging, but you can see it didn't burn all that well. It did smell nice, very fresh and summery, and I like that it's a soy candle so it burns cleanly. 

Lastly, and most recently, I burned up Citron & Cedarwood from B&BW. I bought this last fall, but it's still available with different packaging. This smells slightly like a manly cologne, which typically isn't my favorite, but I didn't find it to be overwhelming. This had great scent throw, and it was a perfect candle to burn in early fall. 

Other smelly goodies that are used up include two wax melts from Walmart. Lemongrass Verbena was a lemony summer scent that filled up the whole house. It was nice while it lasted, but I wouldn't buy it again. Hot Wassail is a purely autumn scent, smelling like apples and spice. I never used to love scents like this, but this fall I want all the apple spicey scents like this. (Side note: Walmart wax melts are my favorite -- they are jam packed with fragrance and they're super cheap. I highly recommend checking them out if you like to burn wax melts!)

Remember when I said I was going to stop using Wallflowers from B&BW because they're full of nasty chemicals? Yeah... I didn't stop. I'm kind of addicted to how nice they make my house smell. Unfortunately, I wasn't a fan of the orange ginger scent. Something about it made me think public bathroom -- yuck, no thank you, I will not repurchase. 

What are your favorite home scents? Let me know! 

Monday, October 5, 2015

Elizavecca Milky Piggy Carbonated Bubble Clay Mask

Korea is miles ahead of the US skincare market -- I mean, carbonated bubble masks?! That s*** cray - and mark my words, it'll be in the US in no time (it's probably here and I don't even know it). The Elizavecca Milky Piggy Carbonated Bubble Clay Mask is  unlike anything I've ever used, and it's a fun experience to slather this all over your face.

This carbonated mask serves a dual purpose - it can be used to remove makeup (wouldn't suggest it myself) and to cleanse the pores. It's formulated with charcoal powder which helps clear gunk out of your pores. This mask also helps refine pores and control excess sebum (the grosses word ever which just means the oily crap that builds up in your pores and contributes to break outs). 

To use, apply a thin layer over dry skin. Wait for 5 minutes until the mask starts to bubble, then rinse off. 

I like this mask. It's different than anything I've ever tried and it doesn't strip my skin of necessary moisture or oils. I have to admit, the bubbles make my face itch like crazy so I spend the last couple minutes sitting on my hands so I don't itch my face off.

I think this would make a fun gift for the skincare junkie or beauty lover in your life, and especially fun to take out if you have kiddos to have a spa night with. It costs $14 on the Memebox website and you'll get many many uses out of it! Let me know what you think if you try it out! 

Friday, October 2, 2015

September Empties

Wow, I don't know where the month of September went, but here we are again - empties time! It felt like I ran out of everything all at once, and it shocked me how much I'd gone through in just a month's time. Check out what I used up, and find out what items are worth a repurchase!

  • GK Hair Hair Taming System Leave-In Spray (would not repurchase) - I got this ages ago in an Allure Beauty Box, and finally pulled it out of my backup stash to use up. This was a really light weight leave-in spray that wasn't anything special. It wasn't bad, it wasn't good, and I wouldn't bother getting it again. 
  • Nexxus Hydra-Light Weightless Moisture Shampoo (would repurchase) - Nothing much to say about this shampoo. It was nice and worked well, it wasn't overly moisturizing, but it was fine.

  • Organic Surge Pure & Clean Face Wash (would repurchase) - This was a gentle basic cleanser that has great ingredients. It smells like lemons and does a nice job of cleansing without stripping skin of it's natural moisture.
  • Michael Todd Jojoba Charcoal Facial Scrub (would repurchase) - This is a nice scrub. I did a whole review of this product here
  • Pure Organic Facial Elixir (would repurchase) - This was a nice toner, but it's kind of spendy. Full review here
  • Skin Daily Rose Water (would repurchase) - Full review here
  • Lush Rose Jam Shower Gel (would repurchase) - This was a limited edition shower gel around the holidays last year and I loved every last drop of this stuff. If you love the amazing Rose Jam scent (rose, vanilla and lemon), you'd be in love with the shower gel too! 
  • Lumene Waterproof Eye Makeup Remover (would repurchase) - I liked this eye makeup remover. It did work to get all my eye makeup off and didn't leave anything behind. It wasn't my favorite, but I'd buy it again. 
  • Covergirl 3-in-1 Outlast Stay Fabulous foundation (would repurchase) - You already know.... my favorite foundation ever. See full review here.
  • Flower Extreme Measures Mascara (would not repurchase) - This was just an OK mascara. The brush was bigger than I liked, so it would get all over my eyes when applying. It didn't do anything spectacular for my lashes.
  • Shiseido Facial Cotton (would repurchase) - I never understood the hype about fancy cotton pads until trying these. I love these cotton pads, and when the Sephora VIB sale rolls around, I'm going to stock up on these again. 
  • Simple Cleansing Facial Wipes (would repurchase) - I got this sample in a Walmart Beauty Box, and I enjoyed using them. They did a great job of getting all my makeup off, they didn't irritate my eyes, and they were plenty wet. 
  • Crest Pro-Health Toothpaste (would not repurchase) - This is the worst toothpaste ever. It doesn't foam up at all, it doesn't freshen breath, it does literally nothing. I prefer natural toothpaste anyway, but suffered through this because it came in a pack of toothbrushes I bought.
  • Sensodyne Fresh Impact toothpaste (would repurchase) - We have a zillion samples of this toothpaste because it was handed out at our state fair. It's nice, I like it. What more is there to say?
  • Carmex Lip Balm (would repurchase) - I love Carmex. I used this before bed and my lips were smooth and soft when I woke up.
  • Miyu Hydrate Mi Beauty Essence (would repurchase) - I used this as a setting spray, and I enjoyed it. It smells faintly of roses and gave my makeup a natural finish. Read full review here.
  • Tom's Naturally Dry Antiperspirant Deodorant in Natural Powder (would repurchase) - I haven't liked other Tom's deodorants I've tried, but this was really awesome. It kept me dry and smelled nice. Be warned though, it does have aluminum in it, so technically it's not as natural as they claim. 
  • Juicy Couture Couture La La perfume (would not repurchase) - A fruitier version of the famed Viva La Juicy, this perfume is nice. I'm so sick of all the Juicy Couture perfumes, but I did enjoy this little sample. 

And that's it! What did you use up this month? Have you tried any of these products? Let me know! 
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