Finding the right products can be such a trial – it may be amazing for someone, but terrible for you; you might hate the smell, coverage, results; the one recommending the product doesn’t actually use it, but gets paid to promote it. #dearinfluencer
Here is a look inside our shower with products for the whole family.
We’ve used this hair care line since MyChild was about 2 when she outgrew the baby shampoos. She and I have similar hair – the strands themselves are fine, but there is a LOT. We also alternate with the Rosemary Repel bug deterring line when MyChild will be spending a lot of time outside and the Sun and Swim line when she’s spending time in the pool.
This is MyHusband’s chosen hair care. He’s used it since high school, apparently. Personally, I do not prefer the scalp tingling.
This is a great shampoo for fine hair – it is very lightweight, but moisturizing, too.
I did start out using the Ghost Conditioner, along with the shampoo, but I found that I was dealing with a lot of static when spending too much time in dry environments – i.e. my office in winter, so I switched to this Hydrating conditioner and love the results. Moisturizing to nourish my hair, but still not too heavy to weigh it down and loose hard-earned volume.
I’ve started using this mask on Sundays after a deep clean to help my hair and prevent more breakage. My hair is always in a ponytail during this quarantine, so there is more breakage than I’d prefer.
Of note: I’ve accidentally become someone who uses a brands entire line. Of the Verb products, I also use the Ghost Prep, Volume Spray, Dry Shampoo – Light (I much prefer DryBar’s Detox Dry Shampoo, though), and the Sea Texture Spray.
I love this one.
This is our preferred bubble bath. It makes great foam and bubbles for fun and the calming lavender and soothing chamomile work great on MyChild’s skin.
While the bubbles are fun, using this bar soap for actual cleaning was recommended by MyChild’s pediatrician because it doesn’t leave any residue on the skin.
MyChild and I both use this one.
As a lover of dry shampoo, hairspray, and volume spray, I was noticing my scalp wasn’t always as clean as I thought it should be. I grabbed this massager from Sephora just to give it a try (it is only $10.)
- I love it. It’s doing exactly what I’d hoped.
- MyChild loves it for the massaging effects. She was also having some dry spots on her head and this has been helping prevent that.
- MyHusband appreciates the scalp stimulation and how the silicone fingers get everything clean.
Clearly, my whole family is sold. Lol.
18. Schick Hydro 5
This one is MyHusband’s.
19. Gillette Mach 3
This one is mine. The ladies equivalent is the Venus 3 and I hate the head shape, so I stick with the guy’s version. (Let’s not discuss why razors are gendered.)
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