This post has been sponsored by Mrs. Meyer’s Clean Day®. All thoughts and opinions are my own.
Spring is really trying to break through this Michigan cold. One minute, we are enjoying the 65 degree temperatures, and the next minute, we get a winter storm warning. At least I am getting some spring cleaning in. Or, at least I am trying. Going outside in the cold wind has my skin so dry and itchy. After an afternoon of power washing patio furniture and getting my garden beds cleaned out, I am ready for a hot shower. I have been using the new Mrs. Meyer’s Clean Day Body Wash to help soothe my skin and smell great for a night out. (To be clear, by night out, I mean cozying up with my garden catalogs on my couch.)
I already use the Mrs. Meyer’s cleaning products throughout my house. I am obsessed with the Lavender counter spray. I was so excited when they released a line of bath products for me! The Mrs. Meyer’s Body Wash, is available at Walmart and comes in a variety of scents…and I tried almost all of them. When Mrs. Meyer’s releases a new product or scent, I feel like it sells out so fast! So I always scoop them up when I see them on the shelves. Typically, though, I find that Walmart always has a good stock of items. You can find Mrs. Meyer’s Body Wash in the personal care section of the body wash aisle – find the nearest Walmart that had Mrs. Meyers Body Wash here!
I had a hard time deciding which scent was my favorite. As much as I love Lavender, I think the Lemon Verbena might be my new favorite. The smell of citrus feels clean and springy to me. Maybe Joe will think I cleaned the house if I smell like lemon? The Mrs. Meyer’s body wash is thoughtfully formulated with aloe vera gel, essential oils and flaxseed oil. It is also cruelty-free and made without parabens, phthalates, MEA, DEA, artificial colors or animal-derived ingredients. (I’ll be sure to let my sheep know we are all good around here).
I love the Mrs. Meyer’s line of products for the home and now, I can keep some for me in the shower. If you would like to snag a bottle (or five) for yourself, click here.2