Reviews

    United Sodas of America

    Level 1
    Elizabeth ALevel 1 9 Reviews

    7 months ago

    Purchased through a Thingtesting offer

    The Sour Blueberry flavor is TO DIE FOR. I usually am not one for the "healthy soda alternative" type beverages, but United Sodas of America may have converted me. The drinks are sweet without being overpowering, and with only 30 calories and 6g of sugar per can, this is an easy choice over my regular soda of choice.

    Humankind

    Level 1
    Elizabeth ALevel 1 9 Reviews

    7 months ago

    I've never felt comfortable in swimwear until trying Humankind. As a plus-sized masc lesbian, typical women's swimsuits don't feel good on me and wearing men's swim shorts felt like too large a step in the beginning. Humankind's gender-neutral swim bottoms and compression top were LIFE CHANGING. For the first time since I can remember, I actually feel confident at the beach and the pool. 10/10 recommend if you want a gender-neutral option.

    Woxer

    Level 1
    Elizabeth ALevel 1 9 Reviews

    7 months ago

    Pros: I love the feel of my Woxers with the longer inseam. They don't tend to roll up badly and stay where they're meant to during the day. I feel like my bits can breathe when wearing them. Cons: Pattern choices are lacking. I wish there were more muted colors available to choose from, rather than all the neon. They also develop holes and start wearing out relatively quickly, which is a bummer for the price point. They're a good place to start your "women's boxer" journey, but I've stopped buying them because the price isn't worth it (I'm now using "wirarpa" boxers from Amazon for a third of the price).

    Ritual

    Level 1
    Elizabeth ALevel 1 9 Reviews

    7 months ago

    I used these for a few years but eventually got behind on taking them and the bottles started stacking up. The subscription model is not the easiest to modify. A friend of mine who works in pharmacy had questions about some of the ingredients. It is convenient to have an all-in-one multivitamin that's shipped monthly on a subscription model. Overall, these were... fine.

    DripDrop

    Level 1
    Elizabeth ALevel 1 9 Reviews

    7 months ago

    I have dysautonomia and this is my preferred electrolyte/rehydration solution. I keep at least one packet in my bag at all times and have a dedicated bin for them in my house. I was introduced to the world of rehydration solutions via Liquid IV, but DripDrop is (IMO) healthier and also more cost effective. I prefer the "zero" lemon lime solution, as it's not offputtingly sweet like the sugared flavors are. The subscription model is easy to make, cancel, and modify. Overall, a great product. My only suggestion would be to add more flavors to the Zero line.

    Allbirds

    Level 1
    Elizabeth ALevel 1 9 Reviews

    7 months ago

    The insoles are not very comfortable and the shoes don't exactly feel durable. I got a pair of these to replace my dilapidated Nike runners and was disappointed in the feel. I replaced the insoles with Dr. Scholls, but they still are not very comfortable. They are wearable but not great.

    Liquid I.V.

    Level 1
    Elizabeth ALevel 1 9 Reviews

    7 months ago

    I have dysautonomia and rely on electrolyte mixes to help mitigate my symptoms on a regular basis. Liquid IV is effective, though not the best on the market. (I prefer DripDrop, and many Potsies prefer LMFT.) The flavors are oversweet for my taste and have an odd aftertaste. That said, it's better than drinking a sports drink or just downing a salt packet. Solid 3.5/5, rounded up to a 4.