I am a total fanatic of Eucerin products, but this one was disappointing. Nothing like Aquaphor skin oinment, which I great for lips. I expect an ointment style lip therapy to stay wet and slightly sticky (for lack of better expression). This stuff immediately dried out my lips and made them feel weird.
This is one exquisite peanut butter. I mean, seriously, the minute you take the lid off you should be able to tell. The smell is pungent, and I mean in a good way. It's really rich! It makes me wonder what they put in the peanut butter that you buy at the grocery store. I have to stir it because of the oils that are on the top of it, but that's because it's the real deal. If the oils aren't separating from the butter, then some chemical is causing it to bond. This is well worth the price for me.
I really love the scent. It has the faintest hint of sweetness - like the old frankincense and myrrh essential oils I could once buy. The lotion is extraordinarily thick - I mean, not even the upside down trick will get this stuff off the sides. (I have improvised by adding purified water, jojoba oil, and a good shake). It is also very good on my sensitive skin. It doesn't burn or dry out my hands, which tend to be irritated by most lotions. I really like it.
Posted by JesamineM on September 6 2017 | Verified Purchase
For me, the patchouli was overpowering. I couldn't even get a hint of myrrh from this. If you like patchouli, but find it too strong, then this might be for you. It's not as strong as the real thing. Really not pleased with this at all. Won't use it for anything.
I thought I'd never be able to cut out sugar with my coffee, but this stuff changed everything. For me, there is no aftertaste whatsoever. I have tried several brands of Stevia and this one is hands-down, feet-up, the best.
Posted by JesamineM on February 28 2018 | Verified Purchase
My husband has terrible issues with this scalp. He's tried every just about product on the market, from Head and Shoulders to Selsun Blue. Jason wins by far. My husband is an extraordinarily picky man - literally beyond endurance sometimes. He resists almost everything when it comes to products like these. If he says it helped him, then it must have REALLY helped. I'd say, give a try.
What else can I say about it? It's coconut oil.
I have to say I have used this stuff to make a wide spectrum of foods. Pizza dough, pie crust, tortilla chips, cookies, muffins, and pancakes. And I'm fairly certain that I'm forgetting many more! If you are paleo or something similar or gluten-free, I highly suggest trying this. I loved breads and chips and tortillas before I dropped grains from my diet. For me, this is absolutely a workable solution.
Like all of the frontier spices. I say go for it
Among all those I have tried, this one has a slightly richer flavor. I mean, I want to say it's more buttery, but I know it's not actually butter.
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