Thursday, July 31, 2014

My #TLCVOXBOX from Influenster

I am a member of Influenster and recently received a TLCVOXBOX full of fun new products to try.

The first item I sampled was Neo to Go by Neosporin. This easy to use spray makes taking care of cuts and scrapes with ease. You simply point and spray for a quick dose of the trusted Neosporin medicine. This is perfect for on the go or when you need to treat a wound fast and easy.

I was sent a coupon for a Free container of Breyers Gelato Indulgences too. If you have not had a chance to try these, let me tell you how amazingly fantastic they really are. I chose to try the Tiramisu variety with my coupon and it was fabulous. The swirls of flavor and toppings add a delicious touch to the gelato that is like nothing else I have ever tried. I will be trying the other flavors too!

A bar of Ivory soap was in the box as well. I am not normally a fan or bar soaps and you won't find them in my house on a regular basis. I will admit that this did provide a nice clean and didn't leave a residue feeling on the skin after use.

I received a card for the Shell Fuel Rewards Network too. I normally do not get fuel at Shell, but if you do this is a great way to earn rewards for things you already purchase.

A packet of Puffs To Go was in the box too. These super soft and absorbent tissues work wonders for sore noses and help you stay clean and clear when you have a cold. The convenient size makes them perfect for storing in a diaper bag, purse, briefcase or even in your pocket.

The last item in the box is the one I have gotten the most use from. The Avon Anew Reversalist Express Wrinkle Smoother is housed in a sliding compact for easy access. Not only does this work to smooth wrinkles, but it left my skin looking more uniform and healthy too. The compact form lets me keep this with me at all times and it even has a mirrored front for easy application.

I loved all of the items in my box and I have even purchased some of them since trying. Have you tried any of these items and if so, what did you think of them?

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