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Review: Pacifica Scalp Love Rosemary Mint Serum

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Pacifica Scalp Love Rosemary Mint Serum
Pacifica Scalp Love Rosemary Mint Serum

I picked this hair serum up because I thought I would show my scalp some love. ♥ All I really do to my hair is shampoo, condition, and deep condition. That’s about it. What about this serum?

About Pacifica Scalp Love Rosemary Mint Serum:

Review:

This scalp hair serum comes in a 2 fl oz dropper bottle. A single bottle is $11. There’s fragrance, but it’s subtle (in my opinion). I honestly don’t like the smell of this product. It smells like a bunch of herbal extracts + added perfume (what it is). They should’ve left out the perfume. I rather have it free of fragrance. The product is a liquid, runny serum. Application is very easy. Just dispense a few drops into palm or scalp and gently rub it in. The instructions does state that you can shampoo after use, but I don’t see the point in that? Serums are effective when they are left in/on. So the product instantly vanishes into the scalp/hair. There’s no product buildup or anything like that. I used this for 3+ weeks, and I haven’t noticed any changes in my scalp. It felt as if I was adding droplets of water mixed with witch hazel to my scalp. Seriously, it didn’t do anything at all. With all the rave reviews surrounding this scalp hair serum, I thought I would see major changes in my scalp/hair but nada. This is simply glorified water. The packaging looks pretty and all, but I’m all about effectiveness. And this isn’t it. So I’m not going to purchase it again.

More on Pacifica beauty products:

Pacifica Skin Care for Dry Skin + First Impression

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Review: Burt’s Bees Cleansing Oil Balm

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Burt's Bees Cleansing Oil Balm
Burt’s Bees Cleansing Oil Balm

My review on the Burt’s Bees Cleansing Oil Balm. 🙂

About Burt’s Bees Cleansing Oil Balm:

Review:

This cleansing balm comes in a 3 oz jar. The balm is similar to the coloring of the packaging. A greenish hue (see photo below). It has an herbal scent to it. The balm is soft to touch. I thought it would melt fully in my palm, but it didn’t. There were tiny little chunks where I had to rub them a little more to melt. This one is on the balmy and oily side (it says cleansing oil balm on the container). It removes my foundation, eyeliner, eyeshadow, but I had some trouble removing my mascara with this cleansing balm, which is surprising. It doesn’t melt the mascara right off. That was disappointing because mascara is the most difficult makeup to remove (to me). I love cleansing balms, but this one isn’t for me. I won’t purchase it again.

This is what it looks like. Mine had bubbles in it that I couldn’t resist poking at. They left holes behind, lol. I was expecting more of a softer appearance to the balm.

Burt's Bees Cleansing Oil Balm, Open Jar
Burt’s Bees Cleansing Oil Balm, Open Jar

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