As a blogger, I may be compensated in some way (either pay, product, or experience) for sharing the post below All opinions are my own. ~Heidi
Several months ago, I connected with Karey Hooks on Facebook. I didn’t know her from Adam, but I noticed that we had some sweet mutual friends in common and we both have a love of Disney! As it turns out, Karey is also a Consultant with Pink Papaya. She asked if I had ever heard of it. I had not. So, she sent me a few samples to test. (It should be noted here that I did not receive full product samples, but only enough for a single use. I was not obligated to write this post.)
About Pink Papaya
Pink Papaya is a fairly new company, started by two sisters in 2006. They wanted to offer natural alternatives to all the spa and skin care products that have so many harmful ingredients in them. They searched all over for products that they were happy with . . . but couldn’t find anything. So they decided to hire their own chemist and create their own products. All of Pink Papaya’s products and packaging are done in the USA except for the Himalayan Sea salts (that’s a bit hard to create in the US!)
What I Tried
Karey sent me samples of the following products:
- Sweet Body Sugar in Tahitian Dream
- Creamy Body Butter in Tangerine Tango
- Cranberry Orange Hand Scrub
- Shea Butter Hand Creme in Cranberry Orange
- Blackberry Fig Foot Scrub
- Foot Creme with Sweet Almond Oil in Lavender Mint
- Body Smoothing Scrub in Coco Colada
- Cream Body Butter in Exotic
What I Thought
I have to admit that it took me FOREVER to get this review up on my blog because I’ve been farming out those little samples as long as possible! I loved everything that I got to try and I would not hesitate to purchase more products from Pink Papaya. The scrubs were effective at getting rid of dead skin, and the lotions made my skin feel so soft and smooth. In addition, the scents were heavenly!
I love that the products are all-natural, so I don’t have to worry about what I’m putting on my body. I would love to try some of their other products, such as their skincare line and their makeup.
If you’d like to try Pink Papaya, be sure to check out my friend Karey’s page or reach out to her via email. Pink Papaya is currently looking for more consultants, and Karey can give you information on that too!
Have you tried Pink Papaya?
I’d love to hear your thoughts.
***This post made possible by Karey Hooks.***