Fancy Beauty Products For Your Travels

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Soap & Paper Factory began with two moms back in 2001 who had a fascination with making homemade soaps. Over the years the company has grown very successful and their ever expanding product line of fabulously scented soaps, hand creams, perfume oils, candle/room/drawer sprays and more is a testament to loving what you do for a living.

The company offers some really great beauty products that I have enjoyed using in my daily personal care routine. Their new Petite Collection features smaller travel-size options that will be wonderful items to tuck into your travel bag for all of your on-the-go adventures.

Soap & Paper Factory Petite Collection Travel Essentials

I really love the beautiful designs on this company’s product packaging. The bright and colorful elements make me happy just to look at them.

Soap & Paper Factory Petite Collection Travel Essentials

Lemon Verbena Perfume Oil comes in a little rollerball bottle. Simply apply this fragrant oil to pressure points. With notes of Lemongrass, Verbena and Citrus this product is an immediate mood lifter. It absorbs right into your skin, leaving behind absolutely no oily residue at all. The fragrance will last for hours, though you can reapply as often as you like.

Luxe Shea Soap, shown here in their Jasmine scent smells so awesome! It features Jasmine Absolute, Citrus and Tuberose scents that are very relaxing. Shea is one of my favorite products because it is so moisturizing and soothes the chapped, sensitive skin on my hands.

Soap & Paper Factory Petite Collection Travel Essentials

Gardenia Shea Hand Cream is a little bit of Heaven, after using the shea soap, to help protect and moisturize my skin. I keep this little beauty tucked in the side pocket of my purse with my makeup for use throughout the day whenever I need a touch-up.

All three of these items are perfect for tucking into your beauty essentials bag, a purse or even a pocket. You can take them along with you wherever your travels take you for a little bit of luxury no matter how back-to-basics or far out in the wilderness you go.

Soap & Paper Factory Petite Collection items are smaller versions of their best-selling hand creams, soaps and perfume oils in the scents of Jasmine, Verbena, Green Tea, Gardenia and Lavender that are sized specifically to make traveling with your favorite Soap & Paper Factory products very easy and convenient.

 

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Shop these items: Gardenia Petite Hand Cream | Jasmine Petite Bar Soap |Lemon Verbena Perfume Oil

Disclaimer: I was provided the products shown free of charge to facilitate review. No other compensation was received. All opinions are 100% my own.

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About Wendy

SAHM of 2 kids, one adult kid (my 21 yr old daughter) and one middle-age kid (the hubby). Currently interviewing to return to my career working with juveniles in foster care and/or with cases in the district court system after taking time off to raise my own children. Avid animal lover who cares daily for our dogs, cats, fish, rat and chickens. My MIL says I need a cow for fresh milk; I say No Way!!! (LOL) Hobbies include listening to music, reading, writing, blogging (a new passion), watching TV (Homeland and True Detective are new TV-drama obsessions) baking, cooking, crafting, crocheting, and cross-stitching. I'm a laid-back mama who prefers not to micro-manage the lives of my family (though I feel sometimes like they micro-manage mine as my schedule mainly consists of coordinating all of their schedules). But, I love it and wouldn't have it any other way.

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  1. That’s nice that they make travel size containers. It’s always hard to figure out how to take my favorite bath and beauty products on vacation. Nice to see someone came up with a solution.

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