March 2018 Goodbyes

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Another round of dearly departed beauty souls to share.

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E.L.F. Daily Brush Cleaner, $3. Nothing else to say about this beauty standard except it does the job. Times Used: 30. Cost Per Use: $0.10.

Beautyblender, $20. I cannot sing the praises of this tool enough. Flawless application of any product I’ve tried, foundation or BB cream. Times Used: 120. Cost Per Use: $0.17.

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Hair Care

Tresemme Fresh Start Basic Care Dry Shampoo, $5. Tresemme recently updated its roster of dry shampoos, so the linked product is the upgraded version. The old version was great, doing the job of de-greasing my hair on days I was too lazy to wash it. Times Used: 20. Cost Per Use: $0.25.

L’Oreal Advanced Haircare Extraordinary Oil Lustruous Oil Serum, $5. Again, another recently revamped product. It’s no secret I love this oil-based hair care line. This particular product is great for keeping hair shiny and relatively frizz free. Not so great with keeping humidity at bay, though. With only one pump needed per application, this guy lasts a while. Times Used: 400 (!). Cost Per Use: $0.01.

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Neutrogena Ultra Light Cleansing Oil, $9. Another routine purchase that does what it needs to. Times Used: 120. Cost Per Use: $0.08.

StriVectin Intensive Eye Concentrate for Wrinkles, $69. This is a cost per use all-star. I purchased this in December 2016 as part of my updated skincare regiment Christmas present to myself. I used it for over a year before getting the small puffs of product indicating it was almost out. Even after that, it lasted a few weeks. Times Used: 450. Cost Per Use: $0.15.

Aveeno Baby Eczema Therapy Moisturizing Cream, $18. Still raging a semi-losing battle with eczema, but this cream definitely keeps it contained to a manageable level. Biggest gripe: it doesn’t last very long since I use it daily. Times Used: 35. Cost Per Use: $0.51.

Aveeno Baby Eczema Therapy Soothing Bath Treatment, $5. This treatment combined with the cream has really helped calm things down in the eczema department. If only there were more packets available in a set, I would be even happier. Times Used: 5. Cost Per Use: $1.00.

True Blue Spa ‘There’s the Rub’ Invigorating Spa Scrub, $25. This line of products has been discontinued from Bath and Body Works, so I’m now on my last tub and on the hunt for a new body exfoliator. There are a few available on Amazon for prices I personally wouldn’t pay, but if you’re a fan of this product and are willing to splurge, you’re welcome to. Times Used: 30. Cost Per Use: $1.20.

Check in next month for more goodbye goodies!


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