Best child care products according to redditors

We found 314 Reddit comments discussing the best child care products. We ranked the 174 resulting products by number of redditors who mentioned them. Here are the top 20.

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Top Reddit comments about Baby & Child Care:

u/TheRecklessOne · 287 pointsr/AskWomen

Kool 'n' Sooth forehead strips.

I get fairly regular migraines and along with pain killers and a nap, these are amazing. Obviously, they don't get rid of the pain but holy hell do they take the edge off.

Like, if you're out and you get a migraine, they take the edge off so you can drive home. If you need to sleep to get rid of it, they take the edge off so you can get to sleep. They're amazing.

I keep recommending them to people and they just laugh cos it looks like a sanitary pad stuck to your head but those people are seriously missing out.

u/I_love_macaroni · 25 pointsr/SkincareAddiction

My back acne got 100x better when I started showering before bed and changed my sheets weekly.

Currently looking to slowly ease back into the SCA routine after no success with it in the past, plain water seemingly working the best for me. My skin isn't clear yet, but it's mainly blemishes instead of spots.

I can not recommend enough that you have three towels by your shower. One for your body, one for your face, and one for your hair. It's also important the order in which you do things. I've changed from showering in the morning to at night, and only wetting my hair in the morning to get rid of bed-hair.

I also make sure to shampoo/condition first (which I am only doing every 3 days now) and then wash my skin. Huge difference. Makes sense that the oils and whatever in shampoo would sit on your skin - too dumb to make the association at first! Whoops.

Physical exfoliation for the body is also pretty good. Either a standard long-reach shower brush or a body wash cloth.

I only use the pillow case for two nights. Once each side.

Now... to find a cleanser that doesn't make my skin feel tight, or a moisturiser that makes me feel greasy...

u/aabicus · 22 pointsr/mildlyinteresting

I debated getting a Freewrite when my Alphasmart died in 2017, but in the end I just bought another Alphasmart. No cloud backup, but otherwise it fills the same function as the Freewrite (removes all distractions and forces you to write) but at $30 instead of $500. Plus it's durable, long-lasting batteries (I only changed batteries three times in 8 years) and connects to any USB-supporting device with just a standard printer cable.

u/Proquistador · 21 pointsr/gifs

While they do exist, I rather dislike baby clippers, and so did the baby, who would fuss each time. The scissors were recommended by the public health nurse who was helping us out during our first few weeks. The nurse explained that the baby clippers can, as previously stated, be really rough on new fingernails. There are scissors specifically made for clipping baby fingernails

u/zachthku · 10 pointsr/nostalgia

Closest thing I could find on Amazon

u/threeduckies · 9 pointsr/abdiscussion

Full Product Name: Meishoku Ceracolla Super Moist Lotion

Skin Type/Skin Tone/Current Climate: Combo/Fair Olive/Hot & Humid

Reason for Use:Hydration & plumping

Product Size & Price: 180ml/11,12€

Packaging: Drip bottle, very precise. You can easily measure out droplets to evade wasting product.

Ingredients: (according to Cosdna)

Water, Glycerin, Butylene Glycol, Dipropylene glycol, Methyl gluceth-10, PEG-75, Ceramide, Ceramide 3, CERAMIDE 6 II, Hydrolyzed collagen, Hyaluronic Acid, Cholesterol, Phytosphingosine, Glycosyl Trehalose, Hydrogenated starch hydrolysate, Propylene Glycol, Sodium lauroyl lactylate, PEG-40 Hydrogenated Castor Oil, Carbomer, Xanthan Gum, Hydroxyethyl Cellulose, Sodium Hydroxide, Sodium chloride, Methylparaben, Ethylparaben, Propylparaben

Product smell, texture & finish: Scented fluid, ever-so-slightly viscous. Smells like a baby-oriented product, I find it very pleasant.

Product effects compared to claims: Quite nice, I've noticed a few changes in hydration levels since starting its use. My skin also appears slightly plumper.

Where it fits in the routine & how it behaves with other products: Another hydrating lotion which comes right after double cleansing. It's a thin liquid that absorbs fairly easily and does not leave my skin feeling sticky unless I use it for the 3/7 skin method.

How long it has been used for: 1 month

Has it been/will it be repurchased: Yes, most likely, although I will continue searching for better products. This will work nicely as a secondary hydrating lotion (yes, I'm a product hoarder).

Concluding remarks: Very pleasant and affordable. I particularly enjoy the fact that the liquid is not too viscous - it stands somewhere in the golden middle, which leaves my skin feeling nice and supple. Its effects have been no where near remarkable, but it is a reliable product for bringing in that extra hydration.

u/kelly_o · 7 pointsr/writing

Why don't you try an Alphasmart NEO?

I write on just about any surface, but when I need portability, ease of use, and few distractions, I use an old Alphasmart. I've written a novel on pen and paper before, but I found it nearly impossible to edit it efficiently that way. And typing it up was a wrist killer. So the plus side over pen and paper or a typewriter is that the files in a NEO can be loaded into a word processor for large-scale editing or submitting, so nothing has to be retyped.

If you're fancy, you could also try a Hemingwrite.

u/valentinedoux · 7 pointsr/30PlusSkinCare

Melasma sufferer here. Azelaic acid, mandelic acid, tretinoin, and sunscreens with high UVA protection help with melasma. It takes about six months to see the results and you have to be consistent with these ingredients to prevent melasma recurrence.

Product recommendation:

  • Melazepam (20% azelaic acid)
  • Biologique Recherche Lotion P50 PIGM 400 (alpha hydroxy acid blend)
  • Curology (prescription with tretinoin, azelaic acid, and niacinamide)
  • La Roche Posay sunscreens (they have better UVA protection than other brands - available @ Target, Walgreens, and ULTA)
  • Allie Extra UV Gel Sunscreen SPF 50 PA++++ (It's great for melasma)

    If you want to see an esthetician, find one that offers Fractional Cell Regeneration (sometimes known as Coral Calcium Peel) or FoxC Peel (sometimes known as Melaless Peel). They deliver faster results than traditional chemical peels. Don't get lasers at esthetician or dermatologist, they will make it worse.
u/goawaythrowaway88 · 7 pointsr/SkincareAddiction

I’ve struggled with hormonal acne my entire life. I’ve had at least one but usually many more pimples every day since I was like 11 years old. Usually nasty whiteheads on my jaw and chin. The only thing that ever really helped was the pill but I went off of it because of mood swings. It really flared up recently at age 27.


My Routine:

AM: Neutrogena hydrating facial cleanser

Thayers witch hazel rose petal toner

Neutrogena oil free moisturizer with spf 30

Ecological Formulas Melazepam Cream

PM: Neutrogena hydrating facial cleanser

Thayers witch hazel rose petal toner

Cerave moisturizing cream

Ecological Formulas Melazepam Cream

If I have extra money which I don’t right now...
AM: Ole Henricksen Truth Serum daily
PM: Sunday Riley good genes and Luna oil 3x week

The melazepam is the HG. I hear people say to use a pea size, but I usually use 1.5 or 2 times that much. I just mix it into my moisturizer and rub it in, and add extra to my chin if it’s angry or as a spot treatment. I think I am more aggressive with it than most people but if I use less it won’t work for me. Just find out how much works for your skin, I found without the moisturizer it can be irritating. I have oily skin.

It took a month to see results and two months for my skin to clear up completely.

Ecological Formulas Melazepam Cream by Ecological Formulas

u/charcuterie_bored · 6 pointsr/beyondthebump

Dr. Bronners Baby Mild Unscented. I swear the big bottle (32oz) lasts me like 18 months, longer if you dilute it.

u/ThorsHammerMewMEw · 5 pointsr/SkincareAddiction

Cleansers (Unless you're using a medicated cleanser most skincare products aren't really going to prevent acne.)

Mochitto Mochi Mochi Face Wash

Hada Labo Gokujun Oil Cleanser (200ml)

Hada Labo Gokujun Hyaluronic Cleansing Foam (160ml)

Medicated Deep Cleansing Oil L (200ml)

Cow Brand Additive-Free Foaming Facial Cleanser (200ml)

Rohto Hadalabo es cleansing foam type (160ML)

Hada Labo Gokujyun Premium Hyaluronic Acid Lotion (170ml)

Spot Treatment

Since your acne is deep in the skin I would look for a dermatologist that also serves foreigners because unless I'm mistaken a lot of products with Benzoyl Peroxide etc are prescription only.

Hydrating Toners

Meishoku Cosmetics Meishoku Facial Water Medicated Skin Lotion 2.7 oz (80 ml) - Acne Prevention

Hada Labo Gokujyun Hyaluronic Acid Solution (170ml)

Hada Labo Gokujyun "Hyaluronic-Eki" Large-Capacity Pump-Type 400ml

Matsuyama Skin Moisturizing Water, Light Type

Kikumasamune High Moist Lotion

Mebika Moist Lotion

Cezanne High Moist Lotion

Meishoku Cosmetics Ceracolla Super Moist Face Lotion 6 fl oz (180ml)


Hada Labo Shirojyun Cool Hyaluronic Jelly (200ml)

Naturie Skin Conditioning Gel

Rosette Ceramide Gel

Meishoku Cerracolla Perfect Gel


Kobayashi Pharmaceutical Eaude Muge Medicated Skin Cream - 40g - Acne Prevention

Lion Pair Acne Clean Lotion - Look for the cream as well!

Meishoku Cerracolla Perfect Cream

MUJI Sensitive Skin Moisturizing Milk - Moisture (200ml)

Hada Labo Gokujyun Hyaluronic Cream 50g

Hada Labo Gokujyun Hyaluronic Milky Lotion 140ml

Hada Labo Gokujyun Premium Hyaluronic Acid Milky Emulsion (140ml)


CANMAKE Mermaid Skin Gel UV

Nivea Protect Water Gel SPF35/PA+++ Pump 140g

Biore Sarasara UV Perfect Face Milk SPF50+/PA++++ 30ml

Biore Sarasara UV Perfect Milk SPF50+/PA++++ 40ml

Hada Labo Gokujun Perfect UV Gel (50g)

u/secretcrazy · 5 pointsr/selfharm

I'm a shower self harmer too. One thing I really like is getting awesome scented fun soap. Sometimes it distracts me enough that I don't end up self harming. Also I really like these things It maybe seems a little silly but the red ones, when wet if you drag them across your skin make a cool blood illusion without hurting yourself.

As always you seem to have a ton going on, but it also seems like you are working on some great plans to improve your situation. Hang in there.

Also please be careful of "coolguy_25" he's claiming to be a student studying counseling but it looks very sketchy. I wouldn't trust him.

u/CourtStuff87 · 5 pointsr/Parenting

My go to gifts for one year olds: a rainbow play silk and color drops for the bath. I stay away from anything that takes batteries or could be difficult to store and I have used this exact combo for gifts multiple times because it's thematic and open ended for how and when they are used! We have and still play with a couple silks and still use bath colors and my little one is 2 now.

u/restivereaction · 4 pointsr/bodymods

My piercer recommended baby soap or unscented castile soap like this one. I would definitely NOT use dial or something, because those can be really really harsh on your skin.

u/cleansweep9 · 4 pointsr/homeautomation

Honestly, your cheapest options are to get an actual Zwave repeater or just about any plug-in Zwave device (here's a cheap smart plug).

Alternatively, you can replace any one of those switches with a zwave switch, and upgrade the rest later, as budget allows.

u/[deleted] · 4 pointsr/LifeProTips

These are Elmo Fizzy Tablets that do the same thing, but fizzle, and do not dye the child

note: This idea is correct and a good tip, but im just letting you know there is a "thing" that does this and fizzes (fizzing is important for fun)

u/Libida · 4 pointsr/AskWomen

Badger baby sunscreeen. After I had my middle child I discovered he breaks out from everything. I had to go pretty organic to stop him fro rashing out. I started using this too and I'm in love with it. I will say because it is a physical based one if you don't rub it in well enough you will look pretty ghostly.

u/Eli_phant · 4 pointsr/Rosacea

Of course! I remember making posts a year ago and two years ago and desperately awaiting for someone to answer my questions. So I always like to pay it forward!

So to be honest. I stuck with a very basic routine of wash, apply medicated lotions, moisturize, and then sunscreen.
I did that for a long time. Because I was so nervous to add new products in.
Right now, my face wash can be one of two products. My face loves Vanicream, which I get at target. Or I will use La Roche Posay face wash (the non foaming kind. Anything with foam kills my face).
Those two are my HGs in terms of face wash.
CeraVe PM moisturizer is my HG. I use it AM, PM and any time in between. Lol. I love it. I will go through bottles and I don’t care how much it costs.
Elta MD sunscreen is my HG. I love that it’s tinted. It’s a physical barrier rather than chemical. (Which my face hates) it doesn’t smell like sunscreen. It goes on great. It’s bomb.

My big thing was starting facemask sheets. I did a lot of research on what facemasks were best for those with sensitive skin or rosacea. What I found was Leaders Insolution tea tree face masks. My face loves tea tree.
Any of the Leaders facemasks were awesome for me. I still buy them on amazon.

I also did research on Rosacea and chemical exfoliation. I was one of those people who used to rub the horrid St Ives scrub all over my face thinking it was exfoliating. Not realizing that I was damaging my moister barrier. I read on several subreddits that those with Rosacea benefit more from AAs rather than BHAs or AHAs. So I found a thread that recommended Melazepam.
That’s the one I use. I use it every third day or so. It helps chemically exfoliate my skin.

I have FINALLY just started using Witch hazel as a toner. I bought Thayers alcohol free with rose hip in it. And it’s awesome. I apply it after I wash my face and before I moisturize.

I also just bought The Ordinary’s Nicinamide and Zinc serum. It has been wonderful for minimizing pores and helping with the texture of my skin. My face loves nicinamide. ( Which is why CeraVe PM lotion is my HG). And zinc.

To help with redness. I use a a small amount of color correcting primer along with the tinted sunscreen. It works wonders.

Good luck!!

u/HelloBeautifulChild · 4 pointsr/BabyBumps

Hi! We ran off of advice given to us and some lists online. (Lucie's list is really good.) What is unique to where you live? When are you due?

For example, I'm due Nov 7 and in Colorado. So we registered for warmer baby beanies as well as cold weather clothes like long sleeve footies and such. I also made sure to register for car window shades because the sun in Colorado is no joke. I added in a set of wetbags because I've heard they're insanely useful. There's also a rocking chair because my mom had one with me and my sister and swears by it.

We didn't register for any of the health kit things because they have a lot of stuff we've been told not to use (nail clippers) and other stuff we know we won't use (the bulb nose clearers are great I'm sure but the nurse at the infant class told us to just get the Nose Frida. We just put in a baby thermometer you can use under the baby's arm, nail files, comb and brush kit, and Boudreaux's Butt Paste because my mom was adamant we don't need to bother with anything else. I know we'll need to get baby Tylenol but I didn't bother to register for it. (Maybe I'll go ahead and add that now...) OH! Also teething stuff but you already got that. If I mentioned something you already have sorry, I got a bit carried away.

Anyway. It might help to go to Buy Buy Baby or Target or some place to register in person, just put everything cute on the list. You can shorten the list later but this will give you a broad scope if you're worried you're forgetting something.

u/breatheasy14 · 3 pointsr/daddit

They are called "Color My Bath" and we got them off We also got some Crayola bath crayons and bath paint off as well. All really fun things to do in the tub and it all washes away easily. The crayons can be completely submerged and they will still work great.

Edit: here is the link

u/ZG2047 · 3 pointsr/SebDerm

Hello and welcome to SebDerm you are in the right place.

First and foremost : stop buying new products every week, unless you have desastrous effects or flare ups.
Introducing a new product in your skincare routine means that you must use this product dilligently for 3 to 4 weeks before you can draw any kind of concrete conclusion.

You mentionned that Dandrazol works for you that's very good, hang on to it- use that frequently for a few weeks with a type of oil as suggested below for at least 3 weeks before you draw any conclusion.
If you have a big problem with flakes I strongly recommend one type of oil for your scalp and behind your ears:

  • MCT Oil.
  • Mineral Oil.
  • Squalane Oil.

    PS: I'm personally a fan of MCT OIL for the cost efficiency I used this one in the past but do your research and try to find a product yourself.

    If you want to relieve the symptoms on your face and still keep it budget friendly :

  • Benton - Aloe Propolis Soothing Gel - use this after washing your face - Generally Safe contains Propolist with is an antifungal and helps inhibiting Seb Derm.
  • Hada Labo Rohto Gokujyn Hyaluronic Acid Cleansing Foam - Might cause a reaction depending on your skin or might work
    Note if you use product or a similar one I recommend that you use a suncreen from this list the budget friendly Japanese products are not available on Amazon prime anymore but you can generally find them on Ebay UK.

    For lasting improvements inspect your routine most people have bad habits and bad habits die hard.

  • Do you use any make up ? did you notice any patterns of flare up when using some type of make up ?
  • Do you smoke ?
  • How is your overall diet ?
  • How is the quality of your tap water ?
  • How often do you wash your pillow and bed sheets ?
  • How is the moisture in your living space ?
  • Do you have good sleep habits ?
  • Do you lack any vitamins when did you last check your blood or do a full checkup ? Did you go see a dermatologist ?

    If you have any questions and can't find the answer by yourself don't hesitate we are here to help you fight this stupid skin condition !!!
u/elescapo · 3 pointsr/Warhammer40k

Another method (in addition to varnishing) is to use Micro Set and Micro Sol. Brush the Micro Set on the surface before you apply the decal, and then brush on Micro Sol after the decal is in place. Micro Sol softens the decal medium and causes it to conform to the surface. It's really good for making it seem like the transfers are painted on.

u/babyinthebathwater · 3 pointsr/BabyBumps

Good stuff. The Motherlove cream is really nice. The hospital had little sample packets of it and sent me home with a huge stack of them that I’m still working through.

If I could add two of my favorites — a diaper caddy! I got this one at my shower and it’s fantastic. I’ve got it filled with diapers, wipes, butt paste, lotion, gas drops, q-tips, hand sanitizer, breast pads, etc and it just follows us from room to room. It’s so nice to have everything with me at all times and not have to run back upstairs for every change.

And this cleansing water is great for cleaning off faces, hands and butts (especially when a diaper needs a little more than a wipe). It’s Micellar water, so you don’t need to rinse it off. I just squirt some on to a cotton pad — this also stays in the diaper caddy. Great for in between baths!

u/chriscicc · 3 pointsr/homeautomation

Aeon Z-Wave Repeater, $27 on Amazon Prime.

u/ok_kat · 3 pointsr/BabyBumps

I think people are doing a good job of narrowing down your list, but I would add one thing: nail clippers or scissors. Babies have razor sharp little talons right from the get go, and you're going to want to trim those suckers right away (and frequently!) so they don't tear themselves up. I strongly prefer scissors (I use these) - do it while they are sleeping!

u/gardenia42 · 3 pointsr/beyondthebump

Omg the claws...We received this as a shower gift. I was skeptical, but it's my favorite thing ever.

u/Massawyrm · 3 pointsr/Warhammer

Mirco-sol, baby. Softens the decal, makes it conform to the contours, and makes it look a lot more like paint.

u/giggleds · 3 pointsr/littlespace

These are the ones I got! 100 big tablets, 200 small ones. :3

u/bmlbytes · 2 pointsr/winkhub

Doing a quick search, and something like this might also work. Looks like it has decent reviews, and works with Wink.

u/mateito_ · 2 pointsr/beyondthebump

Fingernails were worse

My partner and I both nipped our daughters fingers while trimming and said 'never again'. Bought these Simba scissors, have been great:

Simba Baby Safety Nail Scissors, Yellow

u/wyijx · 2 pointsr/Gunpla

As a preface this was my first Gunpla model coming back to the hobby and taking it a little more seriously. I built a few no grade and a couple HG Gundam Wing sets back in my youth when Gundam Wing was big and Toonami was still around.

So I picked up this RG Qan[T] knowing next to nothing about 00 Gundam but just liked the design of the suit. I may look into a higher grade of the suit in the future (MG probably)

A lot of you guys might recognize me as Thu from the group Discord. If you are not yet a member of the Discord I highly recommend it. A great friendly community and I have quite a few people I owe everything I've learned about Gunpla to.

I'm gonna do a few posts of the three completed builds I've finished since starting again, and I'd like to detail my growth through out them so hopefully I can offer some help to others growing in the hobby. If you want to ask me any questions feel free to message me here or reach out to me on the Discord channel. I'm Thu#3048, friend me if you like.

I began building this around early October and wrapped up the build probably late November.

The Build:

Overall the snapfitting process of this suit is like most of the other RG's I've done now, it's pretty sturdy and doesn't really risk parts falling off. My only complaint is the arm holding the shield isn't the most sturdy and risks disconnecting quite frequently.

It has a solid few gimmicks to it that are pretty sweet but using all the blades to form the huge sword is probably the best. Unfortunately it is way too heavy for the model to hold up on it's own.

This being my first painted kit I used a NEO Airbrush, Vallejo primer, paint and top coat (varnish in Vallejo's case). Vallejo has great colored acrylic paints and I recommend them if you're looking for the least toxic options out there. Be aware those they are water based acrylics, and because of that it tends to dry on the needle of your air brush and it becomes a mildly annoying sticking point to clean the nozzle and needle in the air brushing process. In a few longer sessions (around an hour and a half) I would have to do it maybe up to three times. That being said it's very easy to clean your brush (just water will do fine most of the time) and spraying a windex solution through there will clean it out. Acrylics are great for when you're getting the hang of it, if you mess up, just plop the piece in a bowl of windex and then brush it with a soft bristle toothbrush to remove the paint layers.

There are not yet any available water slide decals for this kit so I opted to pick up the HG decals, and although there are a few ratio differences between this kit and the HG despite the HG being also 1/144. But I felt satisfied with them in the end, and tailored a few to suit my own flair.

For panel lining I simply thinned grey (for white and yellow) and black (all other colors) enamel paint using Ronsonol lighter fluid. Although I found this technique effective enough, the lighter fluid evaporates very quickly so in the end some panel lines were more pronounced (when it was less thinned) than others (when I added back thinner). Which to me left the panel lines a little inconsistent.

What I learned in this build
This kit was a lot of firsts for me, but in a quick way:


  1. Cut pieces from the sprue with a little space between the part and where you cut, this helps reduce stress on the plastic and creating stress marks
  2. Cut thinner sprues connecting the pieces before cutting larger ones. I find this also helps reduce stress marks
  3. Replace your hobby knife (xacto) blades often and early, the longer you wait the more you're shoving plastic off instead of cutting it cleanly. I found this pack of 100 for $15 a pretty sweet deal on Amazon compared to what I'd find at my hobby store.


  4. Wash your kit first, didn't know this going in. There's a lot of greases between the factory production of the kit, and oils from your hands.
  5. Primer, always primer. It helps your paint adhere and gives you a good even surface especially if you've sanded.
  6. Thin your paints 2:1 (at least this was what I did here unless you're using the Air Vallejo paints they're prethinned)
  7. Painting white is hard
  8. Experiment with your PSI from your compressor, the distance from your piece and how thin your paint is. It's hard at first but once you've found what works for you it will help create a consistent experience in painting.

    Decals & Panel Lines

  9. Don't use stickers, they're ugly :P.
  10. Water stickers are a builders dream, revolt against the stickers and take the leap if you haven't. I promise you water decals are 100% easier to re-position if you screw up than stickers are. Just keep that sucker wet.
  11. I at first was seeking to use Mr. Mark Setter and Mr. Mark Softer but opted to try Micro Set Solution ($6 at time) and Micro Sol Solution
    ($7). I found this was more than adequate and did the job great, found them at my local Hobby Town.'
  12. Panel lining is best done with enamel paint (be sure you've at least primed to use enamels because the thinner for them will split your plastic in two).
  13. Thin that panel lining if you do your own till you can basically see the pigment floating around in it.
  14. If you use ronsonol lighter fluid be sure to keep it thinned consistently, because it will evaporate consistently making your panel lining inconsistent.

    Top Coat
  15. Be patient, do not over do it, and do many coat. Use your lighting to a consistent coat on it.

    Learning Resources
    I have to admit I camped the tutorials linked in the subreddit wiki, asked a hundred new builder questions in Discord, and tried a lot of things people suggested. Without a doubt if you're a gunpla builder beginner or not, join the Discord and get involved, there's a great community there.
u/whuddafugger · 2 pointsr/typewriters


You can still find them for sale on eBay Amazon.

u/tm_rain · 2 pointsr/fantasywriters

I used a Chromebook to write while travelling all last year. It's perfect. When you don't have WiFi, you can write in offline mode. It'll automatically sync when you find a WiFi hotspot. Also, you just open the lid and it is on in seconds, which is perfect for catching 25 minutes of writing when you have a break in your day. A downside is that once your doc gets large (>40k words), the file will start slowing down and you may find it easier to open a new doc, which can get annoying. For drafting, I'd also recommend a Neo.

u/Fongore · 2 pointsr/Gunpla

I use this and this for my water decals. Love the way the decals come out.

u/presse_citron · 2 pointsr/SebDerm

>Which shampoo do you use?

For the moment, Dr Bronner's unscented.
I've found the advise for this on this youtube channel.

But really, it's NOT working. I'm still looking for advices on this...

>And can you describe, how did seb derm look on your face? Did you have areas of your skin that were peeled off and afterwards they are red, sticky and they heal slow?

That 's it: the brown flakes+redness patches on the side of the nose, between the eyes, and the forehead (not mentioning the whole scalp, which is still incurable for me...).

>Thank youu

You're welcome. Internet has saved my life so I try to help in response!

u/maddiethebaddie · 2 pointsr/curlyhair

this is my routine and what works for me :

Put a mixture of Coconut oil + castor oil all over your hair the night before you wash wash it (I wash my hair every 2-3 days, I run so it gets all sweaty and oily). You don't have to use castor oil if you're not interested in growing it.

Then, I wash with organic tea tree oil castor soap, it's literally just oils.

Then I use Trader Joe's Organic Tea Tree conditioner and do the squish to condish but I use A LOT! I'm running out so I'm looking for new conditioner and I'm pretty sure [I'll use this!]( s=beauty&ie=UTF8&qid=1396453832&sr=). I've used it before and it works amazingly.

Now my magical products to hold my curls are:

MIXED CHICKS CONDITIONER AND Diva curl Gel. Together work amaziiingly. I suggest putting more conditioner than gel. Squish, squish! Then dry with a diffuser. And Bam! Amazing curls.

u/annaqua · 2 pointsr/SkincareAddiction

Hmm, I don't see tea tree oil in either of the sunscreens I mentioned. Here's the JMO one, here's the Badger one.

Why would it be bad for it to be in a glass bottle? I'd be concerned if it were in a clear bottle, but this one is a dark amber bottle.

u/TrooWizard · 2 pointsr/daddit

Good recommendation, but seriously you gotta get nail files. There is one called angel something and they don't harm the fingers and take the nails down so gently my son doesn't even wake up. Been using them since he was a newborn without any issues.

Edit: added link

u/skkyn · 2 pointsr/AsianBeauty

Can anyone tell me the difference between the 90g Meishoku Ceracolla and 180g? Is it exactly the same but different size?

u/TheScarlettHarlot · 2 pointsr/Warthunder

That looks fantastic, dude!

Mind if I offer a little advice? Use Micro Sol on your decals after they are applied. It dissolves the film, leaves the ink, and gets rid of that "decal sheen" like you see there.

u/timebomb08 · 2 pointsr/BeardTalk

I use castille soap as a base because it doesn't have all the additives other shampoos have. I've even found several "beard shampoos" have stuff in them that are really bad for your beard. Because I can't be bothered making my own castille soap (yet) I used Dr. Bronner's.

It's unscented unlike a lot of other castille soaps I've tried, which is really nice because then you can add your own scent. I use essential oils to create a slightly sweet, earthy mint smell. Also the baby soap variety is especially mild, which is great for your beard.

u/gotta_jibbooo · 2 pointsr/beyondthebump

This happened to my son too when he was about 12 months. We used the Mustela cradle cap shampoo again and I got one of these brushes to lather the soap on his head. I would also put a little coconut oil on his scalp a little while before his bath.

I also stopped washing his hair and wetting his head so much. I went from washing it every other day to just twice a week. It was winter and the dry air seemed to affect his skin and scalp. It cleared up in less than a week and I continue to use soap sparingly.

u/FishnChipsClash · 2 pointsr/ketouk

I've been using this as recommended by someone on this sub. I would previously use coconut oil in my morning coffee and be hungry by 10am. With the MCT I can go till 1-2pm easily.

u/disgustipated · 2 pointsr/ModelCars

The console decal took quite a bit of fiddling to get it just right. If it was just a hair off in any direction, it would bunch up around the shifter hole. The dash laid down great, but with the trim rings and switches, I had to hit it over and over with Micro Sol until it finally flattened out.

u/suzmeister · 2 pointsr/ketouk

The full 2tbsp is an acquired taste I think! I love a fatty coffee but it was too rich for me.

I've been using Olimp MCT oil for a while now, it's the best priced one on Amazon

u/aryaofthecanals · 2 pointsr/beyondthebump

These baby scissors are great:

If she's scratching herself so much in her sleep, she probably still has a strong startle reflex. Can you try swaddling her, if she isn't rolling yet?

Also consider working with CPS. Take your pride out of the equation and consider if extra resources could help you save for the future or a rainy day when unexpected expenses pop up.

u/Iledahorsetowater · 2 pointsr/SkincareAddiction

Always recommend the cera ve SA renewal cleanser. It’s amazing and events your skin and brightens it. I actually use the SA renewal body wash, you get a lot and I can use it on my face as well. The Cera Ve SA body lotion is also love, sometimes I use it on my face. Makes body super smooth, these two are dream team.

I think the dream routine:


u/Iwilltellyoutrue · 2 pointsr/SkincareAddiction

I'd go back to the Neutrogena, maybe with something like this for better scrubbing and coverage potential?

u/jrafferty · 2 pointsr/answers

I think that what you're looking for is a portable word processor/notetaker like the Alpha Smart 3000 or the Alphasmart Neo Handheld or another similar product. I think they have the functionality, battery life, and portability that you're seeking.

u/firestar9s · 2 pointsr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon

Pandora's Mystery Summer Box of Goodies

My interests:

  1. I love being a mom. I love my two boys (6MO and 2.5YO) and love caring for them, playing with them, learning with them. I've spent a lot of time learning about parenting, babies, child psychology, theories of learning and so much more - I take a genuine interest in parenting, aside from just trying to do my best for my own kiddos.

  2. I love kids. I've been an assistant teacher, camp counselor, sitter and worked in other child related jobs. I love what kids do and say, how they interact with us grown-ups, everything.

  3. I love words. Etymology, linguistics, languages, social linguistics, linguistic anthropology - I could go on. Love love love words and language.

  4. I love travel. Experiencing other places/cultures/norms is so amazing. Really changes your world, you know? If I had the option, I would pack up my family for a couple years and just travel. Would be amazing for them at these ages, I think.

  5. I love the internet. I work on the internet and I love it in my free time too. How people interact, what we talk about. You, people of reddit, you are my tribe. Look, I even made this, just because.
  6. I love photography and video. I take copious amounts of both, and remain a devoted amateur.

  7. I love music. I sing and play cello. I LOOOOOVE music theatre. If I could, I would love a career on Broadway. I love to listen to music.

  8. I love reading, particularly young adult fiction. But I love all kinds of reading and wish I had more time for it.

  9. I love shopping. :)

    The simple pleasures in life? Joyful and peaceful moments with your loved ones. Smiles, hugs, cuddles. Sunny, warm weather with a breeze. Swimming. Sailing. The beach. Nice grass. Good food.

    My perfect day begins at night, as both boys sleep through the night, and I get 8 uninterrupted hours of rest for the first time in 3+ years. I would wake up of my own accord, and, after I've had time to get up, brush my teeth and so on, the boys wake up in good spirits, laughing and smiling and eager to have fun. Since it's a perfect day, we're on vacation at a little rented beach house, maybe somewhere in Vietnam (?). After a quick breakfast, we get on suits and sunscreen and walk out onto the beach. It's high 80s with a breeze, but not strong enough to blow off my floppy hat. My husband and I take turns carrying the baby as we all walk along the beach, picking up shells, talking and getting our feet wet. When we're hot, we get in the ocean and are cooled off. We take pictures, many candid, some posed, lots laughing and playing. When we get hungry we dip into our cooler which has plenty of water, some apples, sandwiches, maybe a cookie for each of us, and definitely a pitcher of margaritas for the adults. The margaritas are magical and somehow the alcohol in them doesn't transfer at all to my nursing baby. :) When we get tired, we lie down under a giant umbrella for naps. We all sleep about 2 hours and get back up to go sailing. We sail, swim, take more photos. Maybe my sister and her husband and a few of our friends join us on the boat as well. We have a great time, eating a simple but delicious dinner, drinking a bit more - enough to laugh harder at the funny things, ignore the things that might normally bother us, and still not enough to endanger any of us in any way. When we get back to the beach, the boys fall asleep in the beach house. The adults stay up for a bonfire, maybe some beach volleyball, or something geeky and incredibly fun like charades. We have a blast, and all make our ways home safely. We even leave the beach cleaner than when we found it, because we're awesome like that. No one is hung over the next day, and everyone gets another good night's rest. :)

    No one gets burnt, so we would need sunscreen.

    TL;DR: I love my kids and words and travel. Perfect day = beach time with family.
u/aloneindankness · 2 pointsr/tattoo

Honestly? My advice is to get saniderm/tatuderm/tegaderm. It's a transparent waterproof dressing. You just slap it on and let it heal. It heals much better, and you don't have to wash and goop it all the time. You can buy it for yourself. My last artist didn't use it, so I just got some myself and applied it when I got home.

Here is the one I got off amazon, but they all have it in Walgreens. It is used for non-tattoo wounds/scrapes.

If you are gonna do it though, make sure you watch some application instructions.

If you don't want to do this, instructions are:

  1. Wash with gentle soap 2-3 times a day. Dr. Bronner's is great.

  2. Let air dry. DO NOT DRY WITH A TOWEL. The fibers can be irritating and carry bacteria.

  3. When it is COMPLETELY dry, apply a thin layer of Aquaphor. Do NOT use neosporin.

  4. Do this in the morning, when you get home from school/work, and before you go to bed. Try not to rub your tattoo on anything, and let it breathe.

    Talk to your artist too.
u/rain41 · 2 pointsr/beyondthebump

I have this electric file (bbluv) that works well and I still use it on my 19 month old. It's easiest if you keep up with the filing rather than letting them get long (every few days). I follow up with a quick manual file to make everything is smooth (Angel love)

u/windupmonkeys · 1 pointr/modelmakers

Really? (Re Microsol)

If you can't get MM Acryl in the UK, and a quick search suggests that's difficult, you might want to get Vallejo paints and the equivalent color. Those are supposed to be brush friendly.

If you must use MM Acryl (though I guess I wouldn't recommend it seeing as it's hard to get in the UK), this is a good store in the Eurozone that you can buy from. (See the inside links; or whatever.)

Given your difficulties sourcing it, I would suggest Vallejo's line instead, as that stuff is supposed to be quite brush friendly (i personally don't like it, but many do), and it will be much, much easier to get. Microsol is also readily available in the UK online.

u/Joshamme · 1 pointr/SkincareAddiction

I wonder if Dr. Bronner's Pure-Castile Soap could be added.
It's ingredients are as follows: Water, Saponified Organic Coconut & Organic Olive Oils (w/ Retained Glycerin), Organic Hemp Oil, Organic Jojoba Oil, Citric Acid, Vitamin E.

Just to mix a little with the beeswax and a little shea butter to make it into more of a cream/lotion.

Thanks for the suggestions :)

u/ItsOkayToLurk · 1 pointr/SkincareAddiction

I suggest reading this for your stretch marks.
What worked for me for my acne was Dr. Bronner's Castile Liquid Soap. Remember to dilute it! Scrub your back with it and after the shower apply an unscented lotion. I am queen of exfoliating so I like to use Alpha Skin Care Renewal Body Lotion

Remember, what works for some doesn't for others! Don't be afraid to play around with products.

u/Vemasi · 1 pointr/writing

I love writing longhand. I started doing it after going through a lot of measures to have something to type on with me at all times, as I usually want to write when I'm out of the house. But everything that I used to type still needed me to sit at a table mostly, whereas I am able to write in a notebook curled up in a chair, standing at a counter, or against the wall even. I also am able to keep my own interest better because I like notebooks and pens. It also keeps me from editing too much, and makes it a little harder to jump around the text, which is good for me (I find I need to discipline myself and write from the beginning to the end, otherwise I will get distracted and move to another project).

Learning a shorthand might help if you find longhand is too slow.

If you must type but would like the tunnel-vision of writing by hand, I recommend a word processor. I used one of these for years. The only drawback was that you had to treat it nicely or the keys would stick a bit (still work, but wouldn't clack as nicely as the other keys). Very portable apart from that while still having a full-size keyboard, and the readout is not backlit. I mostly didn't even look at the screen.

If they still work the same way, basically you type into a file (it can hold 9-10 at a time). Then, when you get home you plug it into a computer, open Word or whatever, and tell it to export. It will then type everything in the file out right in front of you (so you have to let it run for a minute). Then you can do the editing on a screen when you are done. You can do it in the word processor too, but it's more difficult and hard to format.

u/lordnecro · 1 pointr/Parenting

We do tons of toys in the bath (two of his favorites: tube suction things I also let him bring certain non-bath toys into the bath occasionally which gets him very excited. Color tablets are good too (

u/Kirstenhope · 1 pointr/beyondthebump

Electric file. It’s got a small round head that spins and doesn’t hurt the skin. It takes seconds to file each finger and even when babe is upset it takes hardly any time. We make it a part of our bedtime routine because his nails grow so quickly, and it only takes 30’seconds to do both hands. There are no more injuries (I clipped his skin twice), no more face scratches, and no more stress. It’s absolutely cool proof, quick and easy. We are in Canada as well and use the bbluv model from amazon. I’ve been giving it and shower gifts since I got mine.

bblüv - Trimö - Electric Nail Trimmer/File for Babies and Toddlers (0 to 12 months+)

u/Khabi · 1 pointr/homeassistant

So my suggestions: I've linked the things I use, but they're just suggestions.

  • Lighting: Philips hue. This is because you don't want to wire up any new light switches. If you get a starter pack like this one it comes with a light switch you can place on the wall with double sided tape. You just have to teach the people in your house not to use the old switch anymore. In the case of kids rooms, the switch actually pops out of the holder and you could put it on their nightstand or whatnot so they can turn the lights on if they need to. The stand alone accent lights they have are really good as well, I have a few behind my TV that make the room pop somewhat.
  • Zwave door / window sensors. With the dongle these are more useful then you'd think. If you have these and hue bulbs you could have hall lights turn on at like 10% brightness at night so you can see if you need to get up at night. I use them for my back patio so when I take the dogs out at night the lights automatically turn on, then turn off 15 min later on their own. If you're new to Zwave remember that these sensors do not repeat the signal. In your case since you don't want wire in powered devices you would need to get some repeaters to make sure you have enough signal strength or you won't receive events.
  • Smart plugs: Weemo are good, but if you don't want to have a whole bunch of different types of devices, zwave would work just as well and it would also help with your signal strength. I actuallly use both in my setup to control things like air-purifiers and I have a few that report how much energy they use so I can automate things like when the dishwasher is running or laundry is done.
  • Thermostat: I'm not sure if I can help you with that. I use a Nest for my whole house, but sounds like your setup may be different. There are plenty of good zwave thermostats out there you could hook up to this setup tho.

u/NoCakeforBreakfast · 1 pointr/beyondthebump

It is so frustrating! What worked for us was: Step 1. coconut oil rub with this brush (
Step 2. Mustela shampoo with that brush again
Repeat daily until managed, then do the coconut oil rub occasionally to keep it at bay
Good luck!

u/FeelBetterTomorrow · 1 pointr/SkincareAddiction

Have you tried Melazepam?

u/AngelicBabyGirl · 1 pointr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon

That is awesome! I think you should get this because summer is coming up and you need to protect that gorgeous skin and this jade roller. I highly recommend it because it works wonders and gets rid of puffy circles and drains your lymphatic system ! :3

u/FrakkenReddit · 1 pointr/arduino

Monochrome types like
This one looks decent too:

480 resolution would be fine (prob need that much really... Doubt i'll find it). Tube TV's and non-optional backlights are a no. (I have a weird but severe form of digital eye strain).

u/jam905 · 1 pointr/homeautomation

I'm not aware of any standalone zigbee repeaters, although standalone zwave repeaters exist.

There are three kinds of zigbee nodes: Coordinator (one per network); Routers and End Devices (multiple per network). End-device nodes are typically battery powered and do not work as routers. On the other hand, line powered zigbee devices (GE Link, Cree Connected, Osram Lightify, GE Zigbee switches etc.) all function as repeaters. So to make sure your zigbee mesh works well, just setup a well distributed smattering of devices that work as zigbee routers.

Same for z-wave. While repeaters are available, line powered z-wave devices function as repeaters.

u/KaPoTun · 1 pointr/SkincareAddiction

I would if the ingredient worked for me, because your other options in Canada are

a. buy 20% Melazepam off

b. get a prescription for 15% Finacea from a doctor (which will be more expensive unless you have coverage)

u/Stubbatoe · 1 pointr/newborns

I used Mustela micellar water on my newborn when she was around 6 weeks old. It’ll look worse for the first few days, and within a week it disappeared! Mustela No Rinse Cleansing Water, Micellar Water Cleanser for Baby, 10.14 Fl Oz It’s pricier but it worked for us. Just add one or two pumps to a cotton pad and wipe it on your LO’s face once or twice a day

u/dontcryferguson · 1 pointr/beyondthebump

This is the one we have: Baby Nail Trimmer, Fansidi Upgraded Safe Baby Nail File- Electric Baby Nail Clipper for Newborn or Toddler Toes and Fingernails - Girls and Boys Accessory - AA Battery Operated (Not Included) (Blue)

u/conipto · 1 pointr/Warhammer

RE: your shoulder pad decals..


Got a nice-ish inkjet printer? Print your own! Trim them as close to the finished print out as possible (pro tip when experimenting, print near the bottom of the sheet so it can be used again and again until you like the size/shape) then put this stuff on top of the decal after you use it:



You should have some pretty nice looking decals when all is said and done.



u/trufflemouse90 · 1 pointr/SkincareAddiction

I have the same issues I've had good success with these two shampoos:

Vichy Dercos:
The Body Shop Ginger shampoo:

Also look into doing a hemp seed oil overnight treatment. You do it usually once a week. When I used to do them I washed it off the next morning with dr. bronner's castille soap.

u/leelslovesit · 1 pointr/littlespace

Color My Bath Color Changing Bath Tablets, 300-Piece

For any other littles or caregivers who love to make bath time fun!!

u/veritaszak · 1 pointr/beyondthebump

I got it here on Amazon but I also saw a display for it at Buy Buy Baby yesterday. I followed these instructions it took about 5 days for us, and I found it worked better without the lotion afterwards, and didn't dry out my baby's skin. It totally worked though, my baby's skin was baaaaad and it's totally clear again now a week later

u/ok_heh · 1 pointr/internetparents

Do you mean something like this?

u/neelhtaky · 1 pointr/UpliftingNews

This is the main one we buy - [Dr Bronner Unscented](Dr. Bronner’s Pure Castile Liquid Soap - Baby Unscented 32oz.

You can also buy pre-scented ones, but we found we get sick of a scent after a while... I just add my own scents (think things like lemon juice, soap making scents). I love this brand as I have very sensitive skin and never had issues with them.

You’ll have to look up how to dilute them - it’s differing amounts based on use. You can use for dish soap, body, shampoo, and even clothes washing machine.

u/StableAbel · 1 pointr/AsianBeauty

the first azelaic acid I got was from a Bangladesh pharmacy before then I got the gel prescribed here from my dermatologist. I've heard the ordinary one is super thick and hard to spread. I haven't used the skinoren but sca also recommends melazepam there's also the one by paula's choice with licorice root (helps with lightening hyperpigmentation)

u/chemkara · 1 pointr/SkincareAddiction

Babo Botanicals SPF 30 Clear Zinc Lotion is everything you asked for. You can find it at any small pharmacy in the US, in NY anyway. Great price too!

This is the Babo Botanicals Brand Promise:
Pure Flower and Plant Extracts
Sulfate Free
Formaldehyde Free
Paraben Free
Phthalate Free
Tear Free
Allergy Tested
Dermatologist Tested
No Icky Chemicals
No Synthetic Fragrances
No Synthetic Colors
Dairy and Soy Free
No High Allergy Nut Oils
Biodegradable Formulas
Recyclable BPA-Free Packaging
Color Safe

u/Gingersnapandabrew · 1 pointr/Showerthoughts

They are stick on cool pads, basically a jelly substance. They stay cool for about 8 hours.

I like them because they stay put so I can stay still. I also tend to get a migrane hangover, and the cooling really helps me not relapse into another migrane.

Once my migrane has gone, I can move around but it stays on. I've even kept them on overnight on multiple occasions.

These are my favourite brand:

These are a cheaper alternative:

u/ChessmenArentCookies · 1 pointr/writing

I bought a keyboard case for my iPad mini and it works great. You have to adjust to the compressed keyboard, but I wrote a novel with it. I usually spent about an hour+ with it every evening, never got tired of it.

BUT, my eyes are sensitive to screens, so having to be on the computer all day and then writing with the iPad at night really took a toll. I was getting headaches a lot. So, I ended up buying an old word processor like the ones they used to use in schools before laptops. It has really been amazing! You can upload your documents via a USB cord. It runs on batteries, and the power lasts forever. It has no capability other than writing, so distraction-free and backlight-free. It has about the functionality of a TI-84 graphing calculator lol. Super clunky, I don't really worry about breaking it (I did buy a small laptop sleeve for mine just to be safe though).

The best part is that it'll only run you like 40 bucks! Just make sure to buy one that comes with the USB cord. Here's a link.

u/ferengiface · 1 pointr/beyondthebump

Please buy these. They will change your life: Simba Baby Safety Scissors

u/im-exhausted · 1 pointr/beyondthebump

Filing her nails down will help with the bleeding!

I ordered this no rinse cleanser stuff and it’s cleared up my sons baby acne in a few days:

I’ve heard breastmilk works wonders too! Good luck 💛

u/themilkyone · 1 pointr/magicTCG

$8 USD for 144 of those little colored tooth treasure chests for kids teeth.

u/moreofalurker16 · 1 pointr/Parenting

My 18mo goes through phases like this too. Sometimes she showers or takes a bath, other nights she's not interested. As long as she isn't super dirty, I let it roll. I did get these cool color tabs to put in the bath, which has been a big hit and helps to learn colors. Maybe try that?

u/corndogsareeasy · 1 pointr/SkincareAddiction

That particular product gives me hell when layering other stuff over it (I wanted to use it as a day treatment) because it's so sticky, and was causing all my stuff to pill over it as well. I'd be sure to wash your face in the morning with a water-based cleanser so that it's completely removed. For a silicone- and avobenzone-free sunscreen, you're best off looking at organic/natural physical sunscreens- the only ones I could find in a quick search were this one, which looks like it's out of stock, and this one, although I have zero experience with either product, so I can't give you a personal review.

u/L3F_TRN · 1 pointr/NASCAR

I thought I was going to have trouble too but it fit over the hole without any issues. The micro-sol really helped curve the decals over the bends very well.


u/Fahkfahkfahkfahkfahk · 1 pointr/DomesticCleaning

Dr. Bronner's unscented castile soap

>Water, Saponified Organic Coconut & Organic Olive Oils (w/ Retained Glycerin), Organic Hemp Oil, Organic Jojoba Oil, Citric Acid, Vitamin E.

u/TheJadedRose · 1 pointr/beyondthebump

OK, I purchased this brush, [this shampoo] (
8&keywords=cradle%2Bcap&th=1) and [this balm] (

What I would do was wet her head, add some olive oil (yes plain olive oil) and let it sit for a minute or so. Then I would scrub with the brush for a minute or so ( the brush is super soft, baby seemed to like it), then I would wash off the oil with the shampoo following the instructions(it says to let it sit for a minute or so), then after the bath I would use the balm over her scalp and on her eyebrows (because she also had dryness there). At that point she was getting a bath once or twice a week, the cradle cap would clear up and slowly come back and we would bathe her again.

My LO was a baldie with cradle cap from birth until about 3 months. Her umbilical stump didn't fall off until 8 weeks so she was only getting real baths from that point on and we didn't start treating it until that point. I say it took about a month for it to stop coming back.

u/twiggyful · 1 pointr/beyondthebump

These baby nail scissors are the bomb. Been using them since she was born and she’s 10 months now.

u/wjapple · 1 pointr/Gunpla

I would skip the gundam markers entirely, you will probably find yourself not really needing them. any small color additions are better off done with a brush.

As far as the waterslides, the Sazabi comes with waterslide decals. to get this style of decal to conform to irregular surfaces and to make them appear as though they are painted on, you use solvents to soften and melt the decal material once you have it in place. Link Here

If you don't have an airbrush the recommended topcoat would be Mr. Hobby topcoat.

u/_Growlithe_ · 1 pointr/migraine

It depends. The only method that seems to work for me is taking aspirin on the onset (but I usually end up being sick so it isn't always effective), using a cold washcloth or [one of these] ( and going to sleep. I've never had a repeat attack afterwards but I try to keep drinking water and avoiding bright light once it has passed.

Mine seem to be triggered from lack of caffeine and being dehydrated (I had one yesterday despite having drank a 500ml bottle of Coke and about 2 liters of water at work)

u/_ihavemanynames_ · 1 pointr/SkincareAddiction

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u/mesavemegame · 0 pointsr/homeautomation

You can purchase a range extender for about $27. you'll need a power adapter somewhere in your garage near the lights though.

u/lazyDoctor69 · 0 pointsr/france

J'utilise pour me laver une serviette super décapante Salux, elle est assez fantastique pour enlever les peaux mortes avec un peu de savon. Vu qu'elle est fine, je l'utilise aussi pour nettoyer les cavités de mon oreille ainsi que son intérieur, enroulé autour du petit doigt. Quand je m'en rappelle, je me met une goutte d'huile (olive, coco, tournesol, ce que tu veux) dans les oreilles avant le nettoyage déjà décrit pour ramollir le cérumen et mieux le décaper.