Priscilla Purple: (A little dumb question) is it dangerous for sensitive skin?
Make Me Over Katie: hey is this it;
hahaha you've sold me!
carmen burns: Thank you so much. I'm going to try it. :-)
chanson2431: hi, I have been using the product for almost 4months and I can say its a
wonderful product. I find it best applied just after you washed your
face and skin is still damp, and put a little and warm it between the hands
and on the face, elbows, neck and knees and even feet. Dry patchy areas. So
far, my face is so evened and smooth. unbelieveable. It really is. and your
right, its cheap. I just got my 25 year old daughter using it,and she used
to use fancy creams; and the first day she used it cause she ran out of her
own moisturiser, the effect on her face was instant. Literally. Now 2weeks
later, some skin blemishes seem to be fading and her skin glowy and looks
well moisturised. not oily. I would definitely recommend it. As for the
hair, I have found it makes a marvellous heat protectant when I am using my
flat iron to straighten my hair and blow drying. Just a little especially
on the ends and whallah. The style stays in place for DAYSSSSS. Its worth
Polly McDonald: women in the States (especially the south) have used Crisco for years on
hands and elbows. A little lavender oil or orange oil makes it smell great
katesecret: She's so pretty!
Make Me Over Katie: I had no idea you did videos ori! Thnx for the vid. .. looking fir this
crisco stuff now! Yay!
Me-Me Brittany: i hear it works good in hair
lcphotoshop: but about the product. i was unsure about this, because I've tried it and
it makes the skin feel really soft and moist, but i found myself wondering,
is it just the shortening i am feeling or does it actually have
moisturizing properties that are absorbed into the skin, you know? Like the
idea of putting water on something will make it feel wet, but will that
wetness be transferred into a property of the object or, without the water,
is it just dry?
AndreaTxChoice: good moisturizer, but I highly recommend anyone with acne-prone skin to use
a non-greasy, no cream-base, moisturizer. Oily product would only clog up
your skin pores and cause further acne breakouts. I'm currently using
DermaCosmec's skincare products which includes the non-greasy moisturizing
gel with botanical antioxidants. It's moisturizes the skin amazingly and
Peter Piper: I LOVE this stuff! I add grapefruit essential oil for a nice aroma.
Grapefruit is good for weight loss, plus it smells heavenly.
Hannah Hall: Crisco is a butter substitute verinde
zenterrific: Hi. I love your lipstick color! What brand and what color please. Thanks
for the review. :)
lcphotoshop: (sorry, the comment section only allows a little bit.) My thought on this
is that this shortening is pure fat, is is 100% lipid, so is what you are
feeling merely the coating of thick lipids on the skin? When you wake up in
the morning with your skin feeling soft, does water still bead off your
skin? Because if this is the case I am thinking maybe it's not so
moisturizing after all, but is just coating your skin in saturated fat...
redwine641: I know you maybe didn't mean any harm but accent comment ? I am not even
Asian and it offended me. none of my Asian friends have accents just like
none of my Europeans have European accents.
Rebecca Andrews: Im pregnant & as many preggo women...I have gotten that super smell
superpower lol Yet this stuff I find it odorless...surprised me when you
said it smells not so pleasant...for this is one of the only stuff I can
stand because the smell doesn't make me puke ^^;;;
Khushivinder Soni: Wud it not clog pores
MizzM Mizz: weird!
Su: I also hate that smell, so that i put lit. bit of crisco in a little bottle
and add some drops of essential oil at ur preference (i use lavender) and
it feels so good... Try it.
Emma G: You sound Aussie! YAY we need more Aussie gurus! :D
Nubiandreams: Cool thanks
simplyBai: omg you're so prettyyy! :) i subbed!
verinde: what is crisco? :) i'm european, we don't have it.
LovelyMonique5380: Nope !! This really works. It's true. I have tried this
itsoritime: I am Australian, thank you!
hutergirl1ify: Your skin is already amazing. Why would risk that with experiments
majoshlin: THERE IS NOTHING WRONG WITH USING CRISCO...I GREW UP ON UTILIZING IT AS A
Hesty Ayu: Hello! Thanks for this helpful video. By the way, I notice a lot of people
keep on talking about Eczemalox Remedy (do a search on google), but I'm not
sure if it is good. Have you tried using home remedy called Eczemalox
Remedy? I have heard several great things about it and my mate completely
cure her eczema naturally with this remedy.
stillettopumps86: Can you use this in your hair?
simplyBai: also pls check out my channel & subscribe if u like...
Wawan Budi Setiawan: Guys, completely cure your eczema does not need to be difficult (I used to
think it did). I'll give you some advice right now. Search remedy known as
Eczemalox Remedy (google it). Seriously,I finally eliminated my pain &
embarrassment caused by eczema for good by using Eczemalox Remedy.
lcphotoshop: what is your ethnic background?
lcphotoshop: wow, you are so pretty, and you don't have an asian accent you sound
british which is awesome.
Best Moisturizer- Crisco Shortening Review4.7
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