Wednesday, December 3, 2014

Blogmas Day 3: Snowman Jelly

Playmobil Advent Calendar: Santa's Workshop

This is the back of the doll. She has a little pony tail with a bow. There is so much detail!

Sorry that some of the pictures are blurry. I try to push the button down without shaking. I had flashbacks of playing with my Barbies, trying to put these toys in place. I tried to put the fish and trumpet on the shelf with the other toys, but they kept all falling off! lol! Everything is so little! 

Playmobil Advent Calendar: Christmas in the Park

This is my favorite thing I got today. I love this owl! 

You can click the owl onto the tree branch! 


Snowman Shower Jelly: It smells like a bunch of things, including a slight smell of lemon. It looks like a rim of a snow cap and a round nose. It looks like jello. I tried to make a lather, but I must not have done something right because it didn't lather on my hair or body. I didn't like the way my hair felt, so I'm going to rewash it in the shower with my regular shampoo. I also didn't like it as soap for my body. It was fun to squish the jelly between my fingers, like a stress ball. I wouldn't repurchase this.

This is what the website says: "Wobbly, fruity fun. Getting clean shouldn't be boring! Wibble and wobble this snowman-shaped Shower Jelly all over your body for a fun and fragrant shower time experience - just the thing to banish the gloom of gray winter days. Make with a fruit blend of buchu, bergamot and Sicilian lemon oils in a softening base of carrageenan seaweed and glycerin, this uplifting sudser will leave you smelling fresh and feeling soft. What's not to love?"

When I put my nose up against it it smelled good, but it wasn't that fragrant in my hair or on my body. I'm just not the jelly type of girl. I don't like to eat it, and apparently I don't like to bathe with it. I thought it sounded like fun, but it isn't my cup of tea.

1 comment:

  1. That owl and that itsy bitsy doll are the cutest little tiny things ever and I am in love. I just LOVE miniatures and the amount of detail put on those playmobil is astounding.


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