It seems difficult for me to ever use up products, because my problem is that I have...too much product! But, alas this product is used up to the very last drop. I can't take all the credit though. My husband gets really dry hands and he is the one who actually purchased it. So, he used most of it. I tried and I liked it so it wound up on my desk.
It claims it's a relief for dry hands, long lasting effect. Dermatologist tested. It's quite a good product. It comes in a tube with a flip top lid. It has a nice mild smell, the same smell Nivea creams usually have. I can recognize that scent anywhere. I believe the tube was somewhere between $5-6 for 100ml, so fairly inexpensive.
The consistency is nice. It's not too liquidy and not too thick. It leaves a satiny finish to your hands and absorbs quite quickly. You don't need a lot of it. It works fabulous around the cuticles. I don't moisturize as much in the summer as I do winter so I can get away with most lotions as my hands aren't that dry. However, once the weather gets cool again, I'll be purchasing one of these for my desk and one for my purse.
Next, I was excited to find some E.L.F. tools at Dollarama. It's nice to be able to try the products without having to order them and pay shipping. I know you can get the stuff super cheap on the site, and really..there is a reason for it. Even, with all the rave reviews it's really a lower quality makeup. It's hit and miss with the company and their products.
I found it kind of funny that I picked these up at Dollarama for 1.50 when they're on the site for 1.00. But, hey it's still just a buck fifty! So I picked up the Total Face Brush, Mechanical Eyelash Curler and Eyeshadow Brush.
I couldn't figure out why I couldn't get them on to the base of my lashes until I compared it to my regular eyelash curler that I've had for years. My ol' faithful curves OUT from the handles instead of being straight up and down with the handles. Boo, fail!