The amount of products I have that I haven't used yet is bananas. Finally, after buying them when we were on vacation in October, I'm trying my David's Tea infused products I bought! Better late than never, am I right?!
I have a lot of lotions. It's a problem. No one likes dry skin, and I go through lotion like it's going out of style. But instead of buying more, I'm trying to use what I have. I ran out of my other work hand lotions that I was using, and remembered I had this one in my drawer. So I was pretty excited to both find it and then try it!
This Pumpkin Chai hand lotion is legit *my jam* and every time I use it I literally wanna kick myself for not buying more. The scent is the perfect balance between pumpkin and chai. It literally screams fall. And I'm not really a chai person, but it really works well in this lotion. Despite the fragrance, I haven't had any issues with irritation on my hands. My only real complaint is that it doesn't spread super easily so I find myself using more than I want to so that I can get an adequate amount to apply to my hands. It's tiny, at 0.85 fl oz, and it retails for $6. So it's definitely pricy but I love the scent so much I would pay it without question. I think they had like a 2 for something sale, which is why I got this and the Honeycrisp Apple Lip Butter, which I'm gonna talk about next.
I love Honeycrisp Apples. They're my jam during the fall. And I got a cup of their Honeycrisp Tea while I was there AND bought a tin to take home too. I loved it. But I just don't love the lip butter as much as I wanted to. It's overly scented. It smells great, don't get me wrong. But it becomes too much because it's all I smell. And it's super sweet. Honeycrisps aren't that excessively sweet in real life, and I just think the fragrance is overkill. They have a birthday cake lip butter I think I would love though, if it's as scented as this one. Vanilla and cake fragrances are essentially my life so, I might check that out. As far as how it works, it's pretty good. It's in a base of coconut oil and cocoa butter, and it's got almond oil which is packed with antioxidants. So, it works really well. They actually still have this scent in both the lip butter and lotion online as well, if you're interested in trying it. Again, it retails for $6. The price is high again, but worth it if you love it.
It seems like they often have sales for their products. Currently, online it's buy 2 get 1 free. So that does help offset the costs a bit.