June is the month for everything petite – gifts for baby showers, wedding showers, graduations, teacher gifts, and travel. It’s the perfect month for the new Petite Collection from one of Beauty Info Zone’s favorite lines – the Soap & Paper Factory. I’ve loved their hand creams, soaps, and perfume oils forever, and now they are available in beyond cool retro travel sizes! pr samples No one does packaging like the Soap and Paper Factory (). Every product is so much more than what’s inside…it’s also a work of art.
The new Classics Collection includes:
Verbena: Notes of citrus combine with woody undertones and floral notes in this scent stimulate the senses and gives a feeling of balance.
Green Tea: The naturally detoxifying scent of green tea is accentuated with crisp citrus in this sweet and uplifting fragrance.
Jasmine: Heady and intoxicating, the jasmine flower blooms only at midnight, making it ideal for this exceptional scent.
Gardenia: This warm and alluring fragrance is made from the petals of the gardenia, a flower cherished for its stimulating and exotic scent.
Lavender: This blossom’s renowned ability to soothe and relieve stress make this scent ideal for application just before bed.
I tested the Jasmine Shea Butter Gift Set ($14) and it is AMAZING. It smells like sunset on a hot summers eve as the delicious floral breeze envelops you like a warm hug.
The Shea Hand Cream is thick and rich, with an elegant shea-based formula that totally soothes dry skin. It’s velvety goodness, and the jasmine scent is just dreamy.
The bar soap is gorgeous – so pretty I didn’t even want to unwrap it. What’s inside is a milky bar that gives a thick, rich lather. The scent is amazing and makes a washroom smell amazing.
Prices are right for these petite presents: Perfume Oils are $16, Petite Hand Creams are $9, and Petite Bar Soaps are $5. The Shea Butter Gift Set, which includes a travel size soap and hand cream in a pretty package, is just $14. Be sure to pick some up for perfect gifts and fabulous travels. – Lisa
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