Before I start swooning about these amazing smelling products, which I want to share with you guys today, I just quickly wanted to explain my absence on here…In the last two weeks I was super busy with packing, finishing off my old job and tying up any loose ends, before moving across the world. Quite literally. So I am not in Germany anymore but am now back in beautiful, green New Zealand, which I am super excited about! There is still a lot to sort out and organise (as expected when you basically start a new life), but I definitely will get back into posting more on Joiful, because there are just too many amazing products that I really want to share with you! 🙂 So do keep an eye out for more regular content!
Alright, enough of that babbling…let’s talk about perfumes. Many of us probably wear perfumes every day and with the vast variety of scents to choose from, they often even reflect our personality. My signature scent used to be Dior Hypnotic Poison, which I just adored! However what I did not adore (and did not know about until a few months ago) was the amount of chemicals found in perfumes. For this post, I did a bit more research into what really goes into the production, so if you are interested keep on reading (or skip further below where I talk about the products). What is important to take away though is that perfume is usually sprayed directly onto our skin, so just like with skin care, our system will absorb all the ingredients directly! And believe me…you don’t want to have any of that stuff floating around your blood vessels.