Thursday, April 12, 2018

Three on Thursday - Weekly Favorites

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Welcome back to Three on Thursday, a weekly list of three things I'm loving at the moment that I think you should do, try, or buy.  If you're interested in past weeks and more recommendations, you can find those here.  If you make your own Three on Thursday list, please share it in the comments so I can check it out.


Calphalon Knife Set You may have already seen this on my Instagram, but yes, the knife set is definitely top of this week's favorites.  John originally ordered these for Christmas but they were on back order, and they finally came in.  We love them.  Clearly, we don't need this many, and they do have similar sets with less pieces if you're looking into that.  None of the sets are cheap but they're totally worth it, the knives are perfection.  They cut so well and it's something I actually don't mind leaving on the counter, because it looks so nice.  Plus the block itself has these little sharpening things in there, so it sharpens the knives every time you put them away.  We'll never need new knives again, worth every penny.  And Calphalon is awesome about their lifetime warranty so I'm not worried.


Yarok Feed Your Ends Leave-In Conditioner I have a tendency to be a little out of control with my hair care products.  I have tons of them and most aren't very natural at all (though they are always cruelty free!)  But I'm making a very concerted effort to work on this and try to downsize, and particularly try to go with products with clean ingredients.  On that front, I am loving all the Yarok products, I highly recommend checking out the whole line if you're in need of hair products.  This leave-in conditioner is the stand out product for me though, because it's detangling and heat protecting, and heat protecting products are usually full of bad stuff.  I use it all over my hair when I get out the shower and on the ends if I decide to use heat styling, which isn't very often.  Makes my hair soft and shiny.  I think between this and the aloe vera gel, my hair has been incredibly healthy lately.


Slip Silk Sleep Mask I don't know why I bothered trying to sleep without one, I can't fall asleep without it.  It really works for me because it sort of forces my eyelids to stay closed until I'm actually asleep.  I love how gentle it is too, I know it's not hurting the sensitive skin on my face.  Since it's so soft and slippery, it will come off at some point in the night, but since I'm already asleep by that point, I don't mind it - better than cheap masks that hurt my ears.

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