If you are looking for a light and delicious smelling body products, Enfusia has some great smelling lotions that glide on and leave your skin feeling extra moist and silky.
I had a chance to sample Enfusia’s White Fig Enfusion and Cocomo Enfusion lotions. They have a light, not overpowering, fragrance that really picks up your spirit! They are light enough that I could still apply my cologne without a clash of scents. These 2 ounce travel size bottles are perfect for packing or keeping in my gym bag. Smelling the Lavender Enfusion reminds me of my young teens when relatives used to give me lavender scented soaps for Christmas. Cocomo Enfusion reminds me of being in Hawaii with all its’ beautiful fruity and flowery smells. Convenience wise, I really like the pop open tops, making them easy to open with one hand.
As much as I loved the lotion fragrances, I’m really impressed with the body mist in White Fig Enfusion and Pomegranate Berry Enfusion. I love that they have a dual purpose – a body mist AND a room spray. I’m carrying the Pomegranate Berry in my gym bag in case I need to run errands before I get home to shower and don’t want to smell offensive. The White Fig is now my all time favorite room spray! It gets rid of food smells, pet smells and just generally freshens carpets and furniture. The smell lasts for days and is not too “girly” smelling. I actually mixed my 2 ounce travel size bottle of White Fig Enfusion with about 4 ounces of water for a light smell and it’s still strong enough to notice, yet not overpowering.
Enfusia carries a full line of products for bath, body, fragrance, baby and men, as well as their Bee Friendly lip care line. Enfusia’s 2 ounce travel size products would make terrific stocking stuffers or teachers’ gifts this holiday season! Check out the “Gift” tab for some festive pre-wrapped packages to make gift giving easy.
Disclosure: I received samples from Enfusia to facilitate my review. Regardless of compensation, I only feature products that I feel are beneficial to my readers. My opinion is never influenced by compensation.