Influenster Review: Palmolive Fresh Infusions dish soap
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I was so excited when I got my first offer from Influenster! I didn’t even think that I had qualified, since after I filled out the survey they said I’d hear back in two weeks, and I didn’t – until I came home one day to find a box on my doorstep with a Palmolive sticker on it.
When I opened it, I found three full-sized dish soaps from the new Palmolive Fresh Infusions line along with a stack of $1.50 off coupons and instructions. The scents were Lime Basil, Lemon Thyme, and Ginger White Tea. I smelled the Ginger White Tea first, because it sounded like I would love it (and it’s pink,) but I didn’t really at all like it. I’m not sure if it was just blah and no scent, or if it was really just bad. I like strong smelling things. This is the one I gave to a friend, and she likes it. It’s good for her “mommy” nose since strong scents aren’t kind to her right now. Next I smelled Lemon Thyme, which is a great lemon-y scent, exactly what you’d expect. It smells really fresh and clean, and is a great scent to match any other lemony-fresh cleaners you might have. Lime Basil was the last one I opened, and the one I liked most, but wish it was a better green shade.
We’ve been using them for a couple weeks now, and they cut through grease really well. They smell nice and work like any other dish soap, but I’ve noticed that they make my hands a lot smoother and soft, which is nice – anything to help out in the dry winter weather. I really recommend them! You can pick yours up at Walmart.
Opinions are my own, but I did receive this product from Influenster for a review.