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Influenster review: Palmolive Fresh Infusions

I received my second Influenster box today, it contained the new Palmolive Fresh Infusions dish detergent line from Colgate-Palmolive. All 3 of them were sent to me free of charge for review.

When I opened the box they came in, they were individually wrapped in bubble wrap. As I took the bubblewrap off (and popped the hell out of those bubbles, wheeee), I noticed that 2 out of the 3 bottles had cracked caps and had leaked a small amount of detergent. The 2 bottles felt unpleasantly sticky to touch due to the leak, but I washed them off and carried on with my first impressions review.

(My stepson's girlfriend stole the un-leaky Lime Basil, she talked about drinking it like a cool tropical concoction. I can't deny it does smell refreshingly Caribbean, but I told her to slow her roll & reclaimed it long enough to snap some pictures)

Cracked lemon-thyme-scent cap

Cracked ginger-white-tea-scent cap

The 3 scents are Lime Basil, Lemon Thyme, and Ginger White Tea. They smell very nice, yes (my favorite scent is the Ginger White Tea, it's warm & foody w/ floral notes); I'm sure they're good and sudsy but...

Colgate-Palmolive still tests on animals. They claim they're moving towards phasing it out, but until that actually *happens*, I'm going to try to support Colgate-Palmolive as little as possible. (Source I know it's PETA, but that news release is void of batshittery])

You can find the Fresh Infusions at Walmart, but until Colgate-Palmolive figures out an alternative, I would suggest purchasing a brand like Seventh Generation. Preferably at a store that is NOT Walmart.

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Tags: colgate-palmolive, influenster, palmolive fresh infusions, review
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