Fresh isn’t a brand that I’d heard too much about when I feasted my eyes on their inviting display on my fateful Sephora visit (if you fancy witnessing a Sephora rave, check here). I had heard a few raves about the Sugar Lip Treatment though, and I’m a sucker for a good lip balm (almost two tubs down with the By Terry Baume de Rose proves that) so grabbed one into my basket. Then I started testing their rollerball perfumes. Sweet Mother of Sephora the Brown Sugar scent smelt heavenly, so in that went too. Then I found both products in an ‘On-the-Go Faves’ travel set with the Seaberry Restorative Body Cream for cheaper than buying the two individually. Sold!
I can’t say I’m particularly too fussed about the Seaberry Restorative Body Cream. It nourishes the skin, isn’t too greasy and generally does the job, but when it comes to body lotions I’m all over Kheil’s for that. The real stars of the show for me are the Sugar Lip Treatment and Brown Sugar Eau de Parfum. As I’ve said the Brown Sugar scent is a complete and utter nosegasm (yes you read that right) – the perfect combination of sweet and citrusy. I will most 100% be picking up a larger size of this EDP when I can. It’s not the longest lasting scent in the world, but it’s forgiven cause it smells simply glorious. I can’t even compare it to anything that I own, a definite contender for my favourite scent. It can fight it out with Paco Rabanne Lady Million at the top. Then the Sugar Lip Treatment, which coincidently also smells of the Brown Sugar scent gets a serious thumbs up on first impressions. I like the fact that it’s in stick form as most of my favourites come in pots, making it very easy to throw on on the go and it’s what’s been inhabiting my travel makeup bag since I purchased it. It feels very silky on the lips, not too oily and leaves them feeling nourished for the day. It even gets a nod of approval from my Boyfriend who is the ultimate lip balm conisor – so it must be good then!
Now unfortunately Fresh isn’t readily available in the UK – typical. But there is a store in London (details here), and it looks as though you can contact the store to enquire about international orders. So I will be stocking up on all things sweet and sugary there. Have any of you guys tried anything from Fresh before? Fancy trying their cult Brown Sugar range?