Remington T Studio 2" Ceramic Pearl
Pro Wide Flat Iron
This iron was meant for me. I saw it this morning at Kohl's where it was being sold for $50. I usually use a Chi which is upwards of $100, so I couldn't justify spending $50 on an iron that wasn't mean for salons. My hair is getting longer and the only reason I've been considering a new straightener is because I'd like one with wider plates. I have kinky curly hair that needs powerful heat to flatten so I couldn't really risk spending that much money. I placed it back on the shelf and left to go to target, where this baby was on sale for $30! That's more like it! I googled it to see reviews and to make sure it wouldn't be a total waste of money. To my delight it had received 4 stars and up, in the basket it went. I just used it and it took half the time as my 1" straightener, plus it took about 15 seconds to heat up! It's lightweight and has an auto turn off feature, which is great for flighty people like me! I give this baby 2 thumbs up!
Cetaphil is another new found love. My face began breaking out about a month after I started using Purity by Philosophy. Could have been my diet, or the fact that its been humid and sticky lately, but I decided to give this stuff a go after reading such great reviews. I use it with my Clarisonic and it does a great job of getting all the makeup residue off of my face and leaves it feeling clean. Usually soaps for "normal to oily skin" are super drying and leave me searching for my moisturizer as soon as I get out of the shower, not the case with this stuff! I recommend if you are a looking for a new face wash.