November 2016 Disposables

November 2016 Disposables
1. B&BW Hand Soap
2. The Rituals hand scrub came in my December 2014 GLOSSYBOX. I kept it by my sink, but it took me forever to use.  I finally used it as a leg scrub to exfoliate and moisturize my lower body.
3. Hand cream from my March 2016 GLOSSYBOX.
1. The Urban Decay Ultra Definition Skin make-up wasn't great for my skin type.
2. I'm pretty sure I picked up this Comforts for Baby Baby Shampoo at Kroger, and this is what I used to clean my make-up brushes.
3. I've tried Benefit's Porefessional Face Primer at least once before (February 2016 GLOSSYBOX). Not my favorite primer.
4. I like this Urban Decay Eyeshadow Primer Potion so much, I've already purchased a second one. It's great for oily eyelids, and my shadow doesn't budge.
5. This lip gloss just came in my November Sephora box, but I decided to pass it along.
6. This eye pencil came in last month's GLOSSYBOX, but I found it too creamy to use on my eyelids.
7&8. Tester mascaras sent for evaluation
9. I received this make-up sponge to test last year. It's interesting to re-read my review, because at the time, I wasn't impressed with the original BeautyBlender. Having had more experience with make-up sponges, I can tell you that this generic sponge significantly paled in comparison to the original. It was much more firm and didn't help foundation blend seamlessly.
10. I've seen positive reviews of the L'Oreal True Match Lumi Cushion, but I think this is mostly for folks with dry skin who don't need much coverage. No surprise why it didn't work for me.
11. I enjoyed this sample of Make Up Forever Step 1 Skin Equalizer Primer.  It did a great job of mattifying my skin and concealing pores.  I'm adding it to my Wish List so I can consider purchasing it in the future.
1. This foaming shampoo came in my September 2015 GLOSSYBOX. It's very light weight, but it doesn't really provide a deep cleanse.
2. Hair spray I had picked up from Victoria's Secret forever ago.
3. I picked this Balanced Guru Hair Oil up on clearance at Target. It has a strong lemongrass fragrance, and I was happy to finally see it used up.
1. Lubriderm Advanced Therapy lotion for work - this probably should have just gone under Hand Products, but oh, well.
2. Nivea Cocoa Butter sample
3. Adovia Body Scrub
4. Shave oil from my July GLOSSYBOX
5. I received this comforte product for free, and I tried it a couple times, but I did not notice any positive effects. It's supposed to provide temporary relief from the discomfort associated with menstrual cramps, but I'm unclear how applying a topical cream is supposed to help with that.
6. Ulta Morning Whisper lotion
1. I received this day cream to test in September 2014, and I passed it on to my husband to finish off. It wasn't working well for him, so I'm going to see if my mom might want it.
2. Similarly, I tested this anti-wrinkle cream, and I'm going to pass this on to my mom as well.
3. I tested this Studio Gear foundation a couple months ago, but I just didn't love it.  The coverage was too uneven and cakey. This somehow made it into the wrong category, too, and it should be above in Make-Up. :P
4. The Sonya Dakar Flash Facial has a very strong alcohol smell that probably made me choke every time I used it. This product came in my Summer 2014 FabFitFun Box.
5. I received the ROC Retinol Correxion Deep Wrinkle Daily Moisturizer as part of a ROC prize a few years ago. This worked well, and I like the benefits this brand provides.
6. Radha Beauty Vitamin C Serum
7. Strivectin High-Potency Wrinkle Filler
8. The ROC Retinol Correxion Eye Cream also came in the ROC prize pack.
9. Face wash I received to evaluate, and Francisco finished up.

That's over one product per day - woohoo!


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