The One about the Burt’s Bees Men’s Gift Set

When it comes to products, in America, Burt’s Bees is one that is well known. The story of the founding of Burt’s Bees goes back in 1984.  According to the Burt’s Bees website, when Maine artist Roxanne Quimby was hitchhiking home, she was picked up by Burt Shavitz, a long-bearded individual driving a bright yellow Datsun pickup truck and operated a roadside honey stand. Both hit it off and a […]

The One about Vichy Deodorant

Vichy Roll-On Deodorant is an interesting product. Containing Zinc Gluconate which the company says neutralizes odors and also is infused with mineral-rich volcanic water.  Also, the product is aluminum and salts-free. Of course, seeing the $17+ price tag and how small this deodorant was, I became even more skeptical. A lot of products marketed overseas tend to have many claims but for this deodorant from Cutting Edge International, that in […]

The One about Dove Men+Care Styling Paste

As a frequent user of Malin+Goetz, Hanz de Fuko and Blind Barber’s “60 Proof Hair Wax”, I tend to also purchase a variety of brands pomade and paste for my hair. Always looking for a medium hold, natural or matte finish, I have tried many brands. My latest test is Dove Men+Care Styling Paste. One of the differences I learned with this styling paste is that you don’t need to […]

The One about Dove Men + Care Fortifying Styling gel

For those who use styling gel, while most people tend to look for price and size, one thing about the Dove Men + Care Fortifying Styling Gel is the fact that it uses caffeine. The styling gel definitely works in a strong hold, there is no outstanding odor, which are pluses for this gel, but the caffeine is interesting because since 2014, studies are showing that caffeine enhances hair shaft […]

The One about the AHAVA Dead Sea Water Mineral Hand Cream

AHAVA Dead Sea Water Mineral Hand Cream is an interesting product is the fact that it is made by AHAVA based in the Dead Sea of Israel. The hand cream which is about three inches high utilizes mineral spring water from the dead sea and Ethylhexyl, Palmitate, Celeareth-30 & Celearyl Alcohol, Cetyl Alcohol, Glycerin, Sodium Catearyl Sulfate and more. The hand cream is definitely rich and thick and not at […]

The One about the Curel Daily Moisture Original Lotion

I tend to have dry hands, especially around the knuckle areas and because of the work I do with my hands, I tend to be a bit self-conscious about my dry skin. Fortunately, Curel has created a product that is not too expensive and is known as Curel Daily Moisture Original Lotion, which is dermatologist recommended, non-greasy, no non-irritating fragrance and restores skin’s natural moisture barrier. I have used Cetaphil Daily […]

The One about the Biore Pore Penetrating Charcoal Bar

Having used Biore’s Charcoal Pore Minimizer, I was very interested in trying Biore’s Pore Penetrating Charcoal Bar. Unlike the Minimizer which is used as an exfoliant for night, the Charcoal Bar also has a dual-action formula which exfoliates and deep cleans pores. The bar itself is infused with joboba beads and peppermint and can be used twice a day (one can lower the usage to avoid drying). It’s simple to […]

The One about the Biore Charcoal Pore Minimizer

I have used Biore products for years but this is the first time I used an exfoliating product that uses natural charcoal. Introducing the Biore Charcoal Pore Minimizer! The process is quite simple as you wash your face with warm water and you pump the charcoal pore minimizer on your hands and lather your face. Then you wash immediately. I have utilized this for a few days and I have […]