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4.6 average rating
I truly love these deodorants - I have very sensitive armpits, but these have given me no issues whatsoever, and the get the job done. I've tried both the "Neroli, Pink Peppercorn, and Bergamot" and "Desert Lime, Mandarin, and Vanilla" scents and loved both. I was actually hesitant about the mandarin one at first, but it ended up being my favorite - it smells like a creamsicle!
While I love the fact that these are biodegradable, I do think the packaging could use some tweaking. I don't love getting deodorant on my hands while peeling off the layers, and sometimes the inner paper liner gets stuck which causes issues with application. I also find that I go through these quicker than typical deodorants, and at the price point, it's definitely a splurge - but arguably worth it!
This milk is incredible! I tried the Vanilla and it's to die for. Friends and family always ask to try it whenever they see it in my fridge, and even the most weary of all things plant-based are impressed.
I love the designs on these diapers so much, and they hold up well! While at the end of the day, it's just a diaper, why not make them cute? And while other brands have done patterned diapers before, these styles are just so much cuter and trendier than traditional designs. The packaging is everything!
Piccolina is a much-needed brand in kids fashion. They've been ahead of the curve since launching in 2019. I'm now starting to see knock-off Trailblazer Tees in huge retailers like Target. I love that even though they're championing incredible women in history, their clothes are for everyone. It's so important for young boys to have female heroes too. The clothes themselves are super high-quality and the brand is constantly giving back to communities in need and staying true to their mission-oriented spirit.
This little cans pack a real punch. I've tried similar brands (such as Cann) that really didn't have much of an effect, but Wunder really does the job.
I think this is such a great concept with quality goods which is why I've rated it so high. However, I think you need to be a little more experienced in the kitchen to really utilize this service. I found that I often was unsure of what to cook and stuff ended up getting wasted - which is the exact opposite purpose of their mission. If you're looking for something to help with easy meals, this may not be your speed. But if you're the kind of person who can throw together a fabulous meal from whatever's in your fridge, this is for you!
I think this is such a great concept. I've never been really into perfume (it always feels like such a luxury expense) but have wanted to test out different scents to find out what I like. I took advantage of their holiday sales and ordered half a dozen perfumes. I gifted a few to friends and family who were blown away by the likeness to their favorite brands.
I got the Houston candle as a gift last year, and I absolutely love it. It smells like an old fashioned Texas boutique gift shop. It's sufficiently potent without being overwhelming, and the scent is so comforting. I've since gifted both the Houston and Texas candles to my mom who relocated to LA, and she is obsessed with them! They're really great gifts for anyone who is, well - homesick.
I highly recommend trimming the wick on these! If not, they will throw off some serious smoke.
This is my go-to Oat Milk brand. I use it for everything - coffee, cereal, baking, etc. I actually prefer that it feels a little richer or thicker than other alternatives. I hate when a milk alternative tastes or feels watery, and you don't get that with Oatly.
I started Purple Carrot about a month ago and am really impressed so far. I have a lot of unique dietary restrictions (no eggs, dairy, or gluten but not strictly vegan) so Purple Carrot made the most sense for me since all I have to worry about is making sure I am ordering their gluten-friendly options each week. The recipes are super easy to make - you do not have to be an expert home chef by any means. It doesn't require a ton of prep work or fancy cooking methods. I love that most ingredients are already pre-measured out and you're primarily cooking with fresh produce. As somewhat of a picky eater, I can honestly say I've enjoyed every single meal I've made thus far, even when I'm eating a new-to-me ingredient or flavor.
In my eyes, there are two obvious areas for improvement for Purple Carrot: Delivery date: In my area (Austin, TX) delivery is only available on Wednesdays which is not ideal. I'd most benefit from Purple Carrot in the first half of the week (Mon-Thurs) whereas the latter half / weekend is typically when I order in or eat out. Because the food is mostly fresh produce, it does not typically last long enough to save for the following week. I'd love to see them open up earlier weekdays for delivery. Packaging: Because ingredients are pre-measured out, the brand uses a fair amount of plastic packaging per weekly delivery. I'd love to see them move toward more eco-friendly packaging even if it means bumping up the pricing a little bit.