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.

IMAG1012The scents we kept on our sink

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.

If you’re interested in being an influenster and getting to try out cool products, let me know! See what other influensters thought of Fresh Infusions on the review page.

Opinions are my own, but I did receive this product from Influenster for a review.