Baby products

Cloud Island Fragrance-Free Shampoo review

This baby shampoo is fragrance-free, and includes great ingredients like lactobacillus ferment to help support a healthy scalp. However, if you like a shampoo that lathers, this might not be the right choice for you.

Weirdly enough, after the pandemic hit us here in NYC, one of the things I missed the most was grocery shopping. Leisurely grocery shopping, not must-buy-essentials-and-only-the-essentials-before-I-get-outta-here grocery shopping. So I started spending a lot of time browsing the virtual aisles of the pantry section of Target.com. Target has free shipping on purchases over $35, but only some items qualify for free shipping without signing up for their paid grocery delivery service, Shipt. Unlike…

Shea Moisture Fragrance-Free Shampoo and Body Wash review

This shampoo-body-wash combo includes great ingredients like aloe vera and shea butter—and it smells pretty good even though it's completely fragrance-free.

My mom rarely buys anything at full price—not just because she enjoys saving money, but also because she loves the experience of hunting for a good bargain. I’m not sure if it’s a case of nature or nurture, but I definitely caught that bargain hunting bug. That’s why I love shopping at TJ Maxx. I’ve slowly been picking through my TJ Maxx stockpile, and I finally got around to trying Shea Moisture Fragrance-Free Shampoo and Body Wash recently. It turned out to be a real…

Neutrogena Pure and Free Baby Sunscreen Stick review

This SPF 60+ stick is for babies, but great for all ages. Plus, it doesn't contain potentially comedogenic ingredients like many other sticks.

In theory, sunscreen sticks sound like a great product. They’re easy to apply and you can throw ‘em in your handbag without worrying about potential spillage. But after scouring various product pages, I realized that many mineral/physical sunscreen sticks aren’t designed with acne-prone people in mind. Many of them contain at least one of the ingredients on Acne.org’s list of comedogenic ingredients to avoid—typically cocoa butter and/or coconut oil. Let me show you a few…