Monday, November 10, 2014

Welcome the Holidays Into Your Home With the Scent of Roland Pine By Soap & Paper Factory! (Review)

**Disclaimer:  This post has been compensated through a free product (s) or monetary payment.  Opinions are solely mine. All links are "no-follow" links.**
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Roland Pine Soap, Room Spray and Fragrance Oil


Tis the season to be jolly and nothing sets the mood better than filling your home with a festive holiday smell such as Roland Pine by Soap & Paper Factory.  I received several from this line to share with you in this review.  

The scent is so wintery fresh with Siberian fir, pine, and cedar wood that you can’t help but smell that blend of stimulating pine and burning logs come to mind.  Instead of some overpowering heavy pine, Soap & Paper Factory’s vision kept the pine lighter and more alive, yet grounded with inviting warmth.   

I recommend starting with Roland Pine Room Spray ($15).  Its merry blend of Siberian fir, cilantro, and citrus in the air makes for the perfect way to welcome your guests and fill your rooms with holiday spirit.

To keep that celebratory mood going, I thought the Roland Pine Diffuser Oil ($18) was wonderful.  This pure oil will come in handy for refreshing potpourri, lamp rings, and incense burners.  I tried some on my lamp ring and found it scents and lasts beautifully.

Your family and guests will also love using the Roland Pine Artisanal Soap ($10). The scent is energizing and has almost a herbal quality as well as cheery, sparkling brightness.  This bar is rich with moisture from shea butter in the formula.  

This Roland Pine collection can be purchased separately at the Soap & Paper Factory, but also comes in holiday gift sets that would please anyone on your shopping list.  These sets include Three Pack Votive Gift Set ($24), Soap Dish Set ($13.50), and a Soy Candle & Soap Set ($36). Check this line out as well as their other wonderful products and be merry!

*Disclaimer: Free products were provided to facilitate this review--not my opinion.*

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