Rate and Review on pgeveryday.caWednesday, March 30, 2016
Did you know that you can share your opinions of P&G products on pgeveryday.ca? Not only is it a great way to provide feedback on which products work best, your review can help other pgeveryday.ca members save time and money. Plus, the site also features exclusive print-at-home coupons to help you save even more, as well as handy articles on a variety of topics. I recently left some reviews on sample products that I received from P&G. Here is what I wrote:
Whenever Charmin Ultra Strong is on sale, I like to splurge and stock up since it feels so luxurious, has next to no lint and is very strong. Our family really likes the texture and that you can do more with less but I have to remind the kids to use it sparingly since they tend to use larger wads than necessary. I also keep Charmin on hand to be used in the guest bathroom whenever we are expecting visitors.
I have relied on Pantene shampoos for nearly 20 years because they make my hair feel soft and look great. While I prefer Classic Clean as well as Smooth and Sleek, I often rely on Daily Moisture Renewal during the dry winter months. Sometimes I will use other shampoos, either because they were on sale or just to try something different, but will default to Pantene PRO-V Daily Moisture Renewal Shampoo whenever my dry-looking hair needs a boost.
Having had long hair that often gets tangled and dry from constant blow drying, I have learned that a good conditioner is very beneficial. The Daily Moisture Renewal Conditioner has worked wonders in helping to manage the tangles while moisturizing. Plus, a little goes a long way.
Initially, I was intrigued by the concept of the Sweep & Trap because I despise sweeping. I would much rather vacuum or simply use a Swiffer. I found that the Sweep & Trap wouldn't trap everything on the first sweep, however, which proved to be a tad annoying. And you always have to use it with a Swiffer Sweeper dry cloth but I would much rather reserve those for when I Swiffer the bedroom floors since they do an amazing job of nabbing all those nasty dust bunnies that tend to accumulate under the bed.