Very recently I had the opportunity to try out some awesome products from The Rhinestone Housewife, one of which is the Paintbox Soapworks Sweet Cheeks Solid Scent Balm.
The Website Says
Packed with nourishing shea butter & avocado oil, Solid Scent Balm goes the extra mile as fragrance, cuticle cream, intense balm & even a hairstyling aid! Glide a fingertip over your balm & apply to pulse points, ragged nails & extra dry patches, or rub a bit between your fingers & pick out face-framing wisps or layers in your hair. You’ll be rewarded with fast-absorbing moisture & a balanced halo of scent that doesn’t make itself a nuisance.
- * Paraben-free
- * silicone-free
- * no propylene glycol or mineral oil
- * not for use as a lip balm
- * cruelty-free
Butyrospermum parkii (Shea) Butter, Prunus armeniaca (Apricot) Kernel Oil, Apis mellifera (Yellow Beeswax), Persea Americana (Avocado) Oil, Fragrance Oil
$9 for .6 oz
Fuzzy ripe apricot cuddles up with sweet vanilla & amber & a touch of white freesia.
Remember, scent is subjective. I smell sweet, juicy apricots and vanilla. I love it! Ray’s take on it is fruity sugar cookies. It doesn’t have very much ‘throw’ so the scent stays close to me and doesn’t intrude on others. You can only smell it if you’re in my personal space, which I like.
I’ve been primarily using this as a solid scent and a cuticle oil because my nails have been in dire need of TLC. I can’t smell it after about an hour, which is fine. It’s a solid scent and they tend not to last as long as other types of fragrance.
If you’re a fan of apricots and vanilla, you need to check out this scent. It’s one I’m lovin’ right now.
Do you like fruity scents? Have you tried Sweet Cheeks?
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