Sunday, March 26, 2017

Sagano Charcoal Teeth Whitening Powder with Cinnamon (review)

Disclosure: I received the Sagano powder for a reduced price for my unbiased review. The opinions expressed are my own!

I recently reviewed Sagano Charcoal Teeth Whitening Powder with Cinnamon. I have used it about three times a week or more for a few weeks now. I have used it with and without toothpaste on my toothbrush. If I use it with toothpaste, I put a bit of toothpaste on my brush then I dip the brush onto the powder slightly ( just to get what the package tells you to use---- a pinch). My teeth have been discolored from when I took iron products as a very young child. This product helped to make my teeth cleaner and my breath fresher. I really couldn't tell if my teeth were any whiter, though. I don't notice any new staining from coffee or tea since using this product, though!! The taste of the powder was mild to me, I didn't notice the cinnamon so much. I do like using the product and will continue to do so. If my teeth become whiter from the product, I will update you. I did receive this product for a reduced price for my unbiased review. For more information, you can check the  powder at Sagano Charcoal Teeth Whitening Powder with Cinnamon . 

New York Biology (NYB) Anti-Cellulite Massage Oil (review)

Disclosure:  I received this product for a reduced price or for free in exchange for my unbiased review of the product. The opinions expressed are my own.

I don't know about you, but I know that I have cellulite. :O(   I was eager to try New York Biology's Anti-Cellulite Massage Oil to see what it could do for my thighs.  I was excited about the smell of the massage oil,  because it's a bit citrus-y and has some eucalyptus oil in it! What a lovely blend!

Let me tell you a little bit about the product and using it... you apply it to damp skin after showering or bathing and massage it on your skin. The oil doesn't penetrate the skin, and it didn't seem to make my skin feel greasy. It contains grapeseed oil, eucalyptus oil, lemon oil, and grapefruit oil. I didn't entirely understand how it worked, but my skin on my thighs felt smoother and toned, and the skin felt softer. I have used it on dry and damp skin, but noticed more smoothing with the damp skin first. I still have cellulite, though.  You can find it at  NYB Anti-Cellulite Massage Oil .

Monday, March 20, 2017

Tactical Credit Card Tool (review)

Disclosure: I received the tactical credit card tool for a reduced price for my unbiased and honest review.

The opinions expressed are my own. Have you ever seen an easy to carry tactical tool card? Survival Hax has a tactical credit card sized tool kit that you could literally fit into your wallet! It definitely could be packed into your wallet or backpack on a camping or hiking trip. It contains an opener, a compass and magnifying glass, a fire starter, a knife with hex tool, a toothpick, tweezers, a whistle (and boy is it shrill!), a paracord, and a blade sharpener. Also, one side of it, you can find a mini ruler of 3 inches and a centimeter measure of 6 cm. The tools that are included on the "card" have a grip area to aid you in removing them, and those are the fire starter, the knife, the opener, and the toothpick and tweezers.

I really like that the tools are compact in size, and that they fit securely into the case! The paracord and whistle can be attached to the case through a triangle shaped hole in the corner.  The tool card contains pieces that may be sharp and have to be handled carefully. Definitely not something to leave around the children.  I could imagine my husband and son taking it with them fishing, and putting it in the tackle box. Son plans to go hunting someday, and it would be handy for him to take on a hunting trip. I seriously do recommend it! Survival Hax