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This works great. If you have thin or thinning hair - this is the product for you. I use this in addition to the cleanser, conditioner, and scalp treatment. LOVE LOVE LOVE
I've been taking this for about a week now, and whenever I take it, I feel buzzed or very relaxed. Then again- I do have a severe anxiety disorder which it seems to calm. No weight loss yet- but I'm hopeful.
I have several rescue dogs who were abused and neglected and who are scared of many things. I bought this in particular for a puppy mill mama who was terrified of thunderstorms. She has worn this maybe 3 or 4 times, and the last time we had a thunderstorm, she did not even need it. I am about to try it on an 8 year old dog who has spent her life in a cage and is afraid to even go in the back yard alone. I have read about swaddling in the past for humans and dogs. I don't really understand why it works, but it does.
This product smells great!! This makes my hair very soft and my twist comes out pretty in the morning. My hair had less frizz.
Of course I am a Pens fan and I loved it. The extras are good too. I do wish it had a brief recap of the other playoff series.
I wish I had scanned all of the reviews prior to purchasing and seen the one where the ingredients are listed. Neither the amazon.com listing nor the product website provides a full list of ingredients, which should have been a red flag but I took a chance because the price compared favorably to my usual choice, the ingrown hair serum sold by European Wax Center which actually comes in a nearly identical bottle. However, this product unfortunately contains parabens, and it seems disingenuous to advertise it as "natural." While there is still question around just how dangerous parabens are, there are enough other endocrine disrupters I'm potentially exposed to every day that I don't need to voluntarily add another one, especially when I have alternatives readily available.
R2R was a bit different than the other TS books - more POVs, and set up more like a recounting, but Suz handled it well. I am looking forward to SKOH, and seeing more of BSJ.