Review: Skinfood Hand Gel & Tony Moly Lip Balm

THIS HAND GEL LOOKS LIKE A GUMMY BEAR. SQUEE! It’s very cute and probably 99.9% of the reason I spent $8 at Ulta on this. It’s by Skinfood, a Korean beauty company. Now, it’s clear and gelatin based. It almost made me think it was hand sanitizer. There is a faint smell of something fruity but it virtually had no fragrance. It worked ~okay~ at moisturizing, but it wouldn’t be my go to because it’s sticky. The second product is by Tony Moly. It’s a lip balm that’s berry flavored and looks like a FRIGGIN PANDA. BUT. It’s $9.50. Quite pricy for something that doesn’t even do it better than ChapStick. This was a sticky balm that almost felt like more of a gloss. Also, no applicator so I had to use my finger. I probably won’t spend the time on this again. It’s not worth it for the price. 

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Beer review – Breckinridge Brewery Orange Cream Ale

From Breckinridge Brewery’s website:

5.5% ABU, 15 IBU

This beer came with instructions, you guys! I had to pour it and let it sit for 3-5 minutes. It had a nice golden color. It went down very smooth, which I liked. It wasn’t a strong beer at all, so no buzz. Boo. The only thing disappointing is that I didn’t get an orange cream taste. I like Nitros, but usually prefer them as stouts instead of ales. I give this beer a 3 out of 5. 

Products I Love – Purity Face Wash & EcoTools Konjac Sponge

I love the Purity face wash by Philosophy. It cleans my face without drying it out. The 3 oz. size was $11, and the 8 oz bottle was $24, but well worth it because you get so much. The fact there is no real fragrance is great because it doesn’t irritate my skin. 

Another product I love is Eco Tools Konjac sponge. I use the deep cleansing one, but I’ve also used the sensitive skin one. I prefer the deep cleansing sponge because I feel like it does a better job and is more durable. These sponges last about 3 months before they sort of wither. They run about $5, but at Walmart they’re a little cheaper.