All right, who's the jerk that came up with the bright idea to bring select Origins products to Target anyway?
Now not only do I have to talk myself out of ridiculous Hello Kitty-themed purchases in the dollar bins, talk Adam down from the Transformers section in the toy aisle and steer Ella away from… well… pretty much anything that's ball shaped, has glitter on it, is related to cats or looks (in any teensy way) 'SOOO cute!!!!' I get to completely and altogether avoid the soap aisle in Target.
Meet my commercial face-related addictions (that now SHAMELESSLY reside inside the doors of Target as well, wankers):
Never a Dull Moment Face Polisher ($23.50)
For years I was addicted to this stuff. Only broke free from it's faintly apricot-y smoothing and brightening grip after I got hooked to Dr. Bronner's peppermint products and the occasional Lush awesomeness.
Checks and Balances Face Wash ($17.50)
This is skin crack — as in, crack for your skin. Every time I use this soap my face gets all silky and un-shiny and happy. For a randomly oily and dry skin gal, it just doesn't get any better.
BUT! We are living in BudgetLand in our house… so I'll keep rocking my Dr. Bronner's (can use for body wash, face and hair — even toothpaste if you're feeling adventurous) and yes, keep digging for Origin's coupons until my old friends can come back and visit my beauty regiment.
You suck, Target. And I say that completely with great respect and admiration, as you know how much I love you. Don't you?