Photo courtesy of: Adventures in Fashion
Do you ever choose products based on their smell? If you do, you're not alone.
Meet Vickie Laliotis, Editor of Adventures in Fashion, an Edmonton, Canada-based life and style blog. She approached joe on trying his three all-natural scrubs, with a admitted bias for joeSCRUB Matcha scrub given her love for matcha tea and its aroma.
Not surprisingly, she ended up enjoying all three products for different reasons. Check out her review (excerpts below):
"This summer, exfoliation has become a preoccupation for me, partly because my extremities are finally seeing the light of day (what a concept!) and also because I'm feeling brave enough to finally give self-tanners a try this year... wild times."
"I honestly don't think you can go wrong with whichever joeSCRUB product that you choose... although I must not lie, I'm slightly partial to joeSCRUB Matcha scrub. Apparently the way to my heart is through my nose."
"joeSCRUB Matcha is a detoxifying sugar scrub that's specially formulated for the face. And as previously mentioned, it smells amaaaaazing. I would totally recommend giving this scrub a try if you're looking to boost radiance and make your skin super soft this summer."
"Next up, let's talk coffee. joeSCRUB Coffee scrub can be used both on the face and the body, but I prefer to use it on the latter because it's quite coarse and has an intense coffee smell."
"Last but certainly not least, joeSCRUB Charcoal scrub is another facial scrub that helps to refine the look of skin, using activated charcoal to draw out impurities and tighten pores. This particular scrub is also amazing in terms of the host of natural, ultra-nourishing ingredients, including organic chamomile to reduce inflammation and irritation, and castor oil to restore skin hydration and promote skin cell growth... win, win, win."
On Vickie's Adventures in Fashion blog, you can find beauty tips, product reviews, fun DIY projects, delicious recipes and all things fashion. She has a growing focus on sustainable clothing and accessories as she firmly believes that "less is more" and "quality trumps quantity." For more on Vickie, click here.