It’s been a while since I did a post like this, so I figured it was time. I get a lot of products in the mail and there isn't time in the day to cover all of them. But that isn’t to say that some of them aren’t really interesting, kind of interesting or just so strange you need to know about it.
First up, the Hoo-Rag. I don’t know why, but whenever I put it on, I want to yell "Whoo-dee-whoo!" in a high-pitched voice. More importantly, what is a Hoo-Rag? It’s a nifty little head scarf, seamless bandanna, balaclava, Audrey Hepburn wrap, whatever-you-want-it-to-be bit of fabric you wear on your head. Want to wear it like a pirate? Easy. Want to wear it as a scarf, go for it. Headband? Yup. It does that too. Wear it when riding your motorcycle, skiing or when you don’t want your hair to move. It’s got you covered and it comes in pretty patterns. Pick one up for $15.
From the Fringe files and in need of some love, is a product labeled only as "grows fingers eye cream" in my "to write about drafts". You see, it’s a cream that was originally created to help re-grow digits for wounded soldiers but surprise! It has other benefits that make you look younger. I didn’t receive a large enough sample to actually test this for very long and I can report in the short time I tried it, I did not grow fingers out of my eyes (below my eyes, technically) and my fine lines did not get any worse. DermaLastyl uses a synthesized human elastin that is meant for use on the battlefield, but helps reduce signs of aging when not applied to a wound. I have high hopes that scientists can one day regrow fingers and damaged tissue and remove wrinkles, because that blows my mind. Is this the answer? I don’t know, but I hope it is. Try it for yourself for $89. I'm so intrigued by this, I'm going to see if I can give it a full trial and report back in the upcoming months.
Finally, let’s discuss Concreta by Zents. Zents is a lovely line of luxurious lotions, potions and creams that make your body smell amazing and your skin feel like a baby. Concreta is my favorite discovery in the line. It’s actually a small (and heavy) block of artisan-carved soapstone that contains a little spot of intense moisture balm in the middle. Shea butter and coconut oil make this a heavenly blend for really dry spots, available in several of their signature scents. Personally, I love the Fresh scent. BONUS: This doubles as a nightstand weapon that is perfect for any crime committed in the game of Clue. Check it out for yourself for $36.00.
All products were sent for review.
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