As a new mom to a beautiful 4-month-old, having “me” time doesn’t happen often. But when it does, I like to take full advantage. I may no longer be able to sit at my vanity in the mornings and spend an hour doing my makeup (I find it relaxing) but I do what I can when the little man allows. It’s funny how something as simple as a body wash turns into a treat!
LE PETIT MARSEILLAIS, a well-known brand founded in France, recently launched their fantastic line of body washes in Canada. I was fortunate enough to receive a lovely package containing 5 of their body washes and have been loving trying out all of the different scents. I hadn’t previously heard of this brand but they are the #1 selling body wash brand in France – that is pretty amazing, right? Le Petit Marseillais is all about enhancing your life and turning the ordinary into extraordinary.
Their luxurious body washes are inspired by the nature and culture of the south of France, and it’s scents formulated by top perfumers. Their packaging is very brightly coloured and very much reminds me of summer. These shower cremes don’t just smell nice, they feel great on the skin as well as they are very gentle, moisturizing and refreshing. Some of the scents smell good enough to eat!
So what scents are there?
- Orange Blossom
- White Peach & Nectarine
- Vanilla Milk
- Lavender Honey
- Cotton Milk & Poppy
I love to use the Lavender Honey when I take a bath at night because of its calming and soothing scent, not to mention it’s a great way to wind down for the evening. I typically have late nights (as you can imagine) so in the morning I like to go for Orange Blossom or White Peach & Nectarine because the citrusy scents help to invigorate and wake me up in the morning – followed by caffeine of course.
I am so happy to have been able to try out this brand as their products are so lovely! Wanting to pick up this little slice of France yourself? Le Petit Marseillais is available in food, drug and mass stores as well as online!
Products received complimentary from Le Petit Marseillais. All opinions and views are my own.