If you have to buy it, get the best deal!
Every month, I review my empty products. Some products are not worth thinking about once the month is over. Others are wonderful and seem like they’re made for me. Those are FabuFinds, and I generally devote a little more time to discussing them. They are items I have repurchased and will continue to repurchase even at full price if I could not find a good promo code.
To eventually spotlight all of my FabuFinds, I will never repeat items already mentioned in a past article. That does not mean they lost their magic. It is also possible an item not spotlighted in a past Empties article may get promoted as I try it more and fall deeper in love. Other times, it is because I had a lot of FabuFinds in a previous month and had to condense the article. There were two products I consider FabuFinds in my October Empties that I have not discussed yet.
Le Couvent Des Minimes Gardener’s Hand Healer smells like fresh lemons plucked right out of the garden. It is wonderful that the gardener’s hands get the formula. The thick cream penetrates deeply to moisturize a long time. While I never skip applications between hand washes, I would feel less inclined to reapply when using this than when using something else. I feel like it goes deep enough to withstand some of the washing.
I like that I only need a small amount to work through my entire hands, because some creams need a liberal application to moisturize my hands. It does not feel greasy at all, and my hands feel soft for hours. My hands almost never feel soft, so anything that makes them feel soft is amazing.
A Philips Sonicare Toothbrush Head on my Philips Sonicare HX6950 cleans my teeth better than any other toothbrush I’ve ever tried. Only my hygienist cleans them better. It does all the work. Just hold the brush over your teeth and let it scrub. Hands alone cannot scrub more efficiently. Flossing is easier since I switched to this toothbrush a few years ago, because the toothbrush picks up more than the previous electric toothbrush (Oral B Sonic), which picked up more than any manual I’ve tried.
Disclosure: Affiliate Links