Saturday, 9 July 2011

Review - Jergens Naturals

If you work in Marketing, you know, along with the rest of the world, that Social Media is the way forward in connecting with the consumer.

I was contacted by Jergens Naturals and I checked out their Facebook page and was really impressed by the community they've built, really encouraging conversation amongst their fans. It doesn't matter how many fans you've got, it's all about the people getting involved, responding to questions, and talking to each other. This is reflected in the amount of fans; over 10,000 is a pretty nice number, so no worries on that part. 

They told me about a current campaign they have running, a tab on their Facebook page called "Feel Fantastic"which is designed to identify the areas of your life that might need a little help with fantastic-ness. 

You have to rate elements in your life on a scale of one to ten; things like, family (obvz a 10 for that one), friends, love life, money, health etc, and taa-daa, your fantastic-o-meter is created.

Here's my little graph; as you can see, I have recreation covered. I'm happy with my love life (single and happy) but a couple of elements I need to work on are money and health. As much as I've come to terms with being epileptic and I wouldn't change it if I had the option (it's part of who I am now) there are things I'd like to change, like my skin; I'm 23 now, give me a freakin break, and not a break-out. Ew that was cheesy.



To boost my wellbeing, this morning I've been having a little R&R, to make my Saturday morning fantastic; fresh coffee, Sex and the City, Harry Potter. It's a nice way of spending a rainy Dutch day after a busy week. Perfect.



I was sent some body moisturiser - Aloe with Cucumber, and have been using it every night since I received it. It really is lovely. It's not greasy, which I find can be a pain with a lot of moisturising creams, especially when you're about to bed - you don't want it all over your bed sheets and PJ's. It doesn't take a long time to soak in, and smells really fresh, not overpowering at all. 

It's made up of 94% natural ingredients, which doesn't actually matter to me; I've been using perfumed moisturisers for years, but I know a lot of people love stuff natural products, so it's an added bonus, and I'd consider only using products like this again. 

Overall, I've been happy with my little Jergens experience, so check out their page, measure your fantastic-ness, and try their products. Have any of you tried them? What did you think?

Speak soon,

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