Avon Original Skin So Soft Creamy Body Wash Review

Disclosure, I am an Independent Avon Representative.

I have a bit of a nostalgic attachment to the Avon Skin So Soft collection. I clearly remember the Avon Lady coming to our house when I was younger and my mom using the Original Skin So Soft line. To me it smells a bit like a floral baby powder but it’s not overpowering at all. I find it to be a soft gentle scent.

The Original Skin So Soft Creamy Body Wash is formulated with jojoba oil to leave skin soft. It lathers well on a pouf and rinses clean. This is the 11.8 fl. oz. size. For campaigns 5 and 6 it is on sales for $4.49 (originally $8).

The Original Skin So Soft comes in a Replenishing Hand Crean, Body Lotion, Bath Oil and Creamy Body Wash (see photo below). They have the Original Skin So Soft formula in a Bath Oil Spray, Body Wash, Shower Gel, Gelled Body Oil and Oil-Infused Foaming Body Wash.

Products are Made in the USA.

To purchase the Avon Original Skin So Soft Creamy Body Wash or any other Avon product you can visit my online store at: https://www.youravon.com/bonnied.

How To Use A Bath & Body Works Wallflower Plug!

I just got the new Bath & Body Works Nautical Lantern Wallflowers Plug that we got for free with purchase. It also came with a Linen & Lavender Wallflower refill.

I really like the Wallflowers but if you’re new to these plugs there can be a bit of a learning curve — at least there was for me. The first time I used one it was upside down! : )

Before you start you’re going to want to do is remove all of the packaging from your Wallflower Plug and Wallflower including the plastic plug cover. They wrap these suckers really good. There are instructions but they are super tiny and hard to read.

Here’s how you use a Bath & Body Works Wallflower Plug and my demo of the Nautical Lantern Wallflower plug. That’s my toad from Michael’s too in the video!

First up you’re going to remove the plastic cap from the Wallflower plug (see above).
Now grab the Wallflower refill bottle and remove the black plastic cap. Now we all learned in school (righty tighty lefty loosy) BUT with a Wallflower it’s the opposite. To loosen the cap you turn it to the right. There is an arrow on top.
Now it’s time to push the “wick” up into the Wallflowers Plug. Insert the wick in the hole and and then turn “left” to tighten, again this is a bit backwards. Make sure that your Wallflower refill bottle is tight too.

Now that it’s assembled just plug it in. I use the bottom plug. The scent comes out of the top vent as it heats up and there is a really nice light.

It’s a good idea to read the Bath & Body works instructions too as they have a number to call it your Wallflower Plug malfunctions.

Check out my super cute Nautical Lantern Wallflower Plug Demo on YouTube too!

Who has a lot of Bath & Body Works? *Sheepishly Raises Hand

Oh man, oh man, oh man! Since I decided to reformat my YouTube Channel to all demos (shameless plug — you can subscribe here) I decided to organize, declutter and reexamine my Bath & Body Works collection. Marie Kondo seriously needs to kick my ass.

Let’s just say I’m pretty much stocked up in the bath and the body department until about 2073 — of course I’ll turn 103 that year and might need all of those moisturizing products a bit more. Either that or they’ll invent a real working time turner in the next few years and I can just turn back time (now I’ve got Cher in my head) and use up all of this stuff! I wonder if Cher shops at Bath & Body Works. I bet she does.

What the what!!!!!!

So how on earth did I acquire over 300 Bath & Body Works product? Yes, 300! It’s actually easier than one might think. Most Bath & Body Works stores are located in the mall and they have really pretty eye catching displays to draw you in — AND the place smells amazing — AND I’m like a bird with a new shiny thing when it comes to Bath & Body Works.

Hypothetical story time — No, this isn’t me (yeah right)!

So there you are (coupons in hand) drooling like a loon over the latest fruity fragrance that you just can’t live without, then your mom says…oooo, this one smells good too and into the blue mesh bag it goes (and you often wonder if those blue mesh bags ever get washed), of course you really don’t care at this point. An ostrich could have popped in that blue mesh bag and you’d still use it! At this point you’re grabbing Ultra Shea Cream like it’s the last loaf of bread on the shelf in a hurricane. Then by the time you reach the back of the store (they always put the check-out in back) your blue mesh bag weighs like 600 pounds and you just know you’re going to need a chiropractic adjustment when this day is over but you hoist that bag up, fork over your cash and leave with a big dorky smile on your face.

So let’s just say my collection has bloomed and blossomed and over run my house like weeds over the years and I ended up cramming it into every crevice of my house, but I’m cured now, kind of, OK, not really. I’m still going to Bath & Body Works but I’m going to leave without over filling that blue mesh bag….yes, that’s the plan.

Of course it doesn’t help that they get new must-have products every single season and you can bet I’m there loading up on new scents. Tutti Dolce? Hot Cocoa & Cream? Cinnamon Pumpkin Spice? Admit it, every single one of you buys a new Cinnamon Pumpkin Spice every single year because of all that pretty packaging!!!! Well played Bath & Body Works, well played.

If you want to oooo and ahhhh and spy on my outrageous collection (you know you want to) check it out on YouTube and wish me luck! From now on I am ONLY getting a few things to demo on YouTube. No more huge collections. I swear on Marie Kondo’s tiny container collection. For real. Really. NO REALLY!

Bath & Body Works CocoShea Honey Shower Jelly Review

The Bath & Body Works CocoShea Honey Shower Jelly has been a favorite of mine since I discovered it a few years ago. I pick one up every once in a while because it does wonders on dry Winter skin. It has vitamin-packed cocoa butter and rich, moisturizing shea butter.

What’s to love?

This CocoShea Shower Jelly is pretty thick and I am easily able to grab scoop on my bath pouf. The lather is amazing and so soft and the scent is out of this world. It has a very distinctive honey scent that lingers after a bath of shower. It’s also pretty fun to play with!

The price is $16.50 but I got this one on sale as the CocoShea products were 2 for $20 this week and I had a 20% off coupon which brought the price down to $8 so it pays to wait for a sale or coupon.

It’s Skin Cookie & Hand Cream Review

Holy Hand Cream! The It’s Skin Cookie & Hand Cream not only looks good enough to eat it also smells amazing too and is helping my Winter hands.

This Korean beauty product comes in three “flavors” — Original, Mint and Strawberry. Price $6.50

According to the It’s Skin website “each hand cream contains soft cookie chip pieces that melt when massaged—leaving skin soft and smooth but never greasy.

The Cookie & Hand Cream has Macadamia Seed Oil, Shea Butter, Mango Seed Butter, and Sweet Almond Oil and it really makes my hands happy and the dog thinks I have cookies!

Lush Eve’s Cherry Lip Scrub Review

Lush has gone all out with cheek for Valentine’s Day 2019 and the new Eve’s Cherry Lip Scrub is no exception. Lush lip scrubs are a fun experience if you’ve never tried them. The Lip Scrub comes in a 0.8 oz glass jar that’s packed to the brim and the cost for Eve’s Cherry is $7.95.

Eve’s Cherry is dark pinkish red and to me the flavor is full on cherry. However, if you hate cherry cough syrup you might want to try another flavor. Next on my list is Chocolate!

I love the formula of this one too. It has jojoba and shea butter which does condition my lips. I use a tiny bit, rub it in then lick off. I personally love the taste!

These jars last a long time too, a little goes a long way!