I had high hopes for this. Having read the other reviews I made sure I stood in the bath whilst applying but it still went absolutely everywhere. Washing it off was another hurdle. My once white bath turned grey and it took a number of showers to remove the staining from my skin. It’s far too messy and not user friendly sadly.
I have never used anything less user friendly. It goes all over the place no matter how neat you are. Be very careful where you use it. Even to wait 15/20 minutes before you wash it off is hazardous to the floor and your surroundings. The second day I just waited in the shower but it got too cold so I gave up. It’s impossible to get a table spoon anywhere near the powder without spilling everywhere. I tried to cheat by making up the remaining powder in the jar to use over the next few days but the wet version went mouldy! Had to bin in the end. It would be much better if provided as a paste. I wish I read the reviews about the mess before purchasing.
I add two tsps of organic apple cider vinegar to a tsp of the armpit detox and use it as a face mask on freshly cleansed skin in the bath. As it dries, my skin does feel quite tight. I rinse it off thorough with warm water once it is completely dry.. It makes a mess in the bath and on my towels BUT my skin feels so soft and smooth that it’s worth it. I then use Sweet Bee’s face serum afterwards. I love this product!
I have suffered with menopause induced rosacea for several years, and have tried so many treatments and diet changes, with limited success. This has done the trick! I made the treatment up with raw organic apple vinegar, my skin was notably calmed after my first application, and is now almost completely clear. Thank you
Bit messy not quite what I was expecting, I thought maybe a cream 🤔 I have tried it and will continue to but what else other than your armpits is it any good for? Not sure where else you could use unless on your face?