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Country: 18.104.22.168, North America, US
City: -87.6272 Illinois, United States
This item is not worth the money, if you are just starting an exercise routine then maybe this is for you but, honestly it's to easy, I have powerful legs and am in pretty good shape, however I need tension to go against when I work out and this item doesn't do it for me. I get a better workout doing classic crunches and my recumbent bike.
I received a tiny little pump bottle - not the jar pictured - but decided to keep and try it anyway. The cream is a bit sticky, the smell slightly unpleasant, and it did not feel moisturizing or improve my skin. Throwing it away, the search for the best product for me continues...
I'll preface this early review with the fact that I haven't actually installed the seat yet, but will update after I put it into use later this week. As for the reason for purchase of the Maxi Cosi Pria 70, aside from wanting a well reviewed, high quality convertible car seat, I also needed one that specifically fit rear-facing in an 2005 Jeep Grand Cherokee. I'm tall (6'5") and my wife is tall (5'9") so to comfortably ride in the front seat, the seats need to be pushed back significantly. I ran into an issue with this for our infant car seat and we ended up getting a Chicco Keyfit that worked perfectly in the middle seat (Jeep and Chicco allow you to latch on to the inside hooks on the outside seats. Knowing the convertible seat was going to be a huge issue while rear facing, I did a ton of research and found a site that ranked the top car seats by "space grade". The Maxi Cosi Pria, Chicco Next Fit, Britax Mathon and Boulevard and Graco Size4Me, were some of the top performers. The Maxi Cosi was the clubhouse leader though with 2.5 inches more room than the Britax Boulevard. Couple that with a great sale price on Amazon with the always reliable Prime shipping and returns and we had a winner.
I had used an entire bottle of Wen when I came across this product and read the reviews on Amazon. I thought given the price difference from Wen, it was worth a try. I'm about 1/2 way through my bottle and while I like it, I still like the way my hair feels after showering with Wen a bit better. I have highlighted blonde hair that has body/wave and I found that my hair felt softer and combed easier with Wen than Hair One. This is not to say that it is a bad product or that I wouldn't buy it again, because I would given the value for the money. It's just to say that if cost was equal, I'd stick with Wen. Regardless of product, I'm now a big fan of this type of hair shampoo/conditioner combo and will stick with one of the two products for a while.