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Everyday Hand Cream by e.o.s.

The One.

After trying hand cream after hand cream, I’ve finally settled on my go-to! Unfortunately, it’s small and expensive, but it’s effective and convenient. I love how soft and silky my hands feel and look after using this for a week! My hang-nails and dry cuticles are just about gone, and I love the convenient pocket-friendly package (even if it is on the tiny side). This product is absolutely worth my hard-earned dollars, and I’m so glad I found it! (Edit: I like Mary Kay’s unscented hand lotion much better now, though this is still good.) Continue reading

Ultra Moisturizing Shave Cream by e.o.s.

A Sensitive Skin Winner! Best used wet, not dry.

My sensitive skin usually makes a fuss when I try anything new, but this product smoothed and soothed! It’s a little on the expensive side, but if you can find it at a bargain price, it’s definitely worth the higher price tag. It functions as well as it claims to, but if you’re looking for a bikini shave cream, you’ll want to look elsewhere. I love the scent, the feel, and the packaging, and I would absolutely recommend this product to anyone hoping to have touchable, tempting skin. (Edit: I’ve since started using this only for special occasions due to price.) Continue reading

Summer Fruit Organic Lip Balm by e.o.s.

Evolution of Flaky

I just didn’t love it. Compared to other EOS products, I was disappointed. It was nice, but it was only… meh. After three days of use, there were bits of skin that I could peel off with my teeth. My lips weren’t cracked or too dry, but they did peel. I was constantly smacking my lips, biting my lips, reapplying… I much prefer my LypSyl (which is cheap) or Smith’s Rose Salve (which is multi-purpose and lasts forever). For the high price of $7.99, it definitely wasn’t worth it to me. Continue reading