Wednesday, October 11, 2017

SOAPBOX Vanilla & Lilly Blossom/Citrus & Peach Rose Reviving Moisture Bar Global Hand Washing Day

October 15, 2017, is Global Hand Washing Day which only requires soap and a small amount of water yet huge benefits. When handwashing with soap is practiced regularly at key times, such as after using the toilet or before contact with food, it can dramatically reduce the risk of diarrhea and pneumonia, which can cause serious illness and death. Handwashing with soap also helps prevent the spread of other infections such as influenza and Ebola. Soapbox has partnered with me to tell you how important washing your hands is along with me sharing with you some wonderful soaps they have. Citrus & Peach Rose Reviving Moisture Bar is made with olive oil and shea butter which will revive your skin, unlike any bar you’ve used before. With an invigorating exotic scent on your skin of crisp citrus and balanced with the clean floral smell of peach rose that is soft yet refreshing.

Vanilla & Lilly Blossom Nourishing Moisture Liquid Hand Soap with a ton of B-Vitamins and vanilla will leave your skin feeling nourished while soothing aroma of soft lily blossom calms your body and mind. The shea butter and aloe vera blended will not only leave skin clean but moisturized. This has a thick lather which will buff away dirt while still gentle enough to lock in moisture.

My Opinion: I really like the fresh smell of this bar soap as it does wake you up and the scent wakes up your nose and body. The Vanilla Lilly Blossom liquid hand soap also smells good and works well on moisturizing my hands.
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