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  • cust123 - Works for wrinkles!

    It works! Used up the whole jar, which went a long way, and I can see that my eye wrinkles are not as big.

  • Firecat - Love it!

    Very pleased with this product. I have dermatitis and had been using a very expensive prescription soap (anti fungal) on my skin. When I saw this, I decided to give it a try. It is just wonderful. The soap cleans well, it does smell of tea tree oil, which may bother some. Personally, I love the fragrance, it is very clean and refreshing. I've even used this on my face (though not near the eyes!) and it doesn't dry my skin. I've not had to use a moisturizer on my face since I've been using this. It works just as well (if not better) than my prescription soap.

  • Key2Happiness - Not bad, not great.

    I expected the flap to stay closed on it's own. It does not. It lays open just slightly. It is annoying. The little silver piece is actually a magnet. So when you open the flap all the way, the magnet will hold it to the back. It will also pick up stray earrings or paperclips lol.

  • David Boyle - This is NOT a Harry Potter Cookbook.

    This is not a "Harry Potter Cookbook." This is merely a cookbook with random Harry Potter facts and commentary. It's not awful, some of the recipes are good (though how 'crispy bacon' has an entire page I'll never know? How is that even remotely Harry Potter related?) but calling it a "Harry Potter Cookbook" is absolutely ridiculous. I'll open the book to 4 completely random locations and include the books justification for including the recipe: