Wednesday, July 2, 2008

Something I Don't Like, And Something I Do Like.

I don't like Aussie brand shampoo and conditioner. It acts as cheap as it costs. But I love Pure & Natural moisturizing almond oil and cherry blossom body wash. Good stuff, and now my bathroom is starting to smell like it all the time, and I love the scent! I don't like the other scents by this brand, but I love, love, love this stuff. And it's not expensive.

13 comments:

Dana Cheryl said...

OK the poll thingy didn't count my vote... Good thing I voted no, huh?! :)

Burt's Bees Citrus & Ginger is my body wash of choice although I do know the smell of which you speak. It is very nice and homey.

Everyone Admires Mary said...

I sold Arbonne for a very brief time, and I never made any money on it, but they have an awesome ginger citrus lotion, body wash and stuff that you can only get around Christmas time. I love that stuff too. I'll have to try the Burt's Bees. I'll bet it's similar (and less expensive).

Everyone Admires Mary said...
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Everyone Admires Mary said...

Oh yeah, and thank you for trying my poll (you voted no! HA!), I didn't think it would work.

timpani76 said...

I love Arbonne sea salt foot scrub. It has this nice citrusy scent and it's great on my feet after a truly rough day in the garden.

I also love most flower scents. I use any flower scented bath wash from the Bath & Body Works. In general though, I use unscented Dove bar soap for everyday use, and then just use a flower scented body spray. It's hard always find body sprays and bath washes that match, so I just choose the body sprays now for the most part.

I voted no in your poll too!

Dana Cheryl said...

I've heard good things about Arbonne but it is on the expensive side. Milk or body wash? I think I'll go with the milk although that's not always been the case. :)

Timpani, I really wish you had a blog. We could talk gardening!!!

Everyone Admires Mary said...

Timpani, it's a good idea to use unscented soap, and then body spray. I never thought of that before. Did your vote stick?

Dana, Arbonne IS expensive, but it is really great stuff. I only wish I could have convinced more people to buy it from me so that I could have kept buying it for myself! :)

timpani76 said...

I only bought that Arbonne foot scrub for special occasions (or bad days). It was like $25!!! Holy cow!

I used to have the milk/shampoo dilemma once in awhile. Thank goodness we have figured out our post-baby finances a little better (with me not working anymore, ect.)

Everyone Admires Mary said...

Timpani, are you talking about the Arbonne Awaken Sea Salt Scrub, or is there a foot scrub I am unaware of? (It has been a couple of years since I've been really into it.) I know there's a foot cream, but the sea salt scrub is awesome too. If you use it on your legs before a shave they come out REALLY smooth. (Your razor, however comes out REALLY gross.)

timpani76 said...

Mary,
Pretty sure it's the Awaken sea salt scrub. I'm not going to go upstairs just to check though :)

When that runs out I might just make my own scrub with sugar and olive oil. That sounded like a good homemade scrub.

Everyone Admires Mary said...

I bet that would be really good too. Add a little essential oil to it to give it a nice scent...good idea.

Anonymous said...

I'm all for a scrub that takes away leg hair... I'd pay a little more at the 99 Cent store if they had one that would do both! What do you think girls?

Everyone Admires Mary said...

Yeah, that'd be nice. One time I bought this mitt that promised to buff away leg hair. It was made of ultra-fine sandpaper I'm pretty sure. Anyway I used it and all it did was give me was a really sore rash underneath the long hair on my legs. (In other words, I wouldn't trust one.)