The program is better than some of the other programs I've been in, mostly due to the calibre and value of the products they send you.The 'drawback' (if you can call it that) is that you must review in the manner specified by the program (blog, social media, etc) by a date or you will be removed from the program if you fail to do so.
I received from Glam Sense, the Lise Watier Hydraforce creme and a what can only be described as a doohickey that looked like a headphone jack with a plastic ball on it. Originally I thought it was some kind of phone ornament. Joke's on me - it's a skin sensor which detects moisture levels in your skin on different areas of your body (hand, face, etc).
|I became MORE lizard-y|
|I don't even register on the dryness scale|
The first ask was to download the mobile app (Hydra-Detect), hold the sensor on the corresponding parts of your body, and the app would measure your skin moisture. Immediately I thought 'oh shit' since I basically have the skin of a giant lizard.
I tried to download the app on my Galaxy 5 (Lollipop) but the app wouldn't register the sensor. It kept hanging. Obviously I was disappointed.
I downloaded the app on my iOS device and that seemed to work strangely enough. It wants you to test your skin pre-product and post.
Pre-product I embarrassingly registered as a 15% - and to give you an image about how dry that was, the scale started at 20% as the most dry. What's odd was after using the product a few days I actually somehow went down in moisture to a 7%. I am not sure what witchcraft was going on, or if the app was messed up.
Overall the product was great. Smelled nice (albeit a tad too fragrance), but left skin feeling soft and hydrated. I didn't feel a huge difference, maybe due to the makeup or fashwash I have, but went on well enough. Great product but at $45 USD it's a little rich for my blood.