Today I bring you a review of Perlier's Crackling Ice Body Water thanks to Ifabbo. This product is unlike anything I have ever seen, and as soon as I opened the package and checked out the product I had a million questions run through my mind.
The first thing I noticed was the design of the container, I know some people don't care what products containers look like, but I do, it helps me decide if I want to try a product in the first place. The container for the crackling icy body water makes the product appear fresh, and fancy, and makes me even more excited to test it out. Before Ifabbo nicely sent me this I had never heard of Perlier and now after seeing this I feel like I would like to try more products from them.
At this point you may be wondering what exactly is crackling ice body water? Is it a food? Is it a drink? What is it? I was wondering the exact same thing so after my first glance at the container I read through all the information (well the info that was in English) to attempt to figure out what exactly I was suppose to do with it. Unfortunately I believe the container doesn't give adequate directions, although Perlier was very good at making the product desirable.
This is the exact words that the English description states:
Sparkling and crispy like a fruit sorbet. It moisturizes and refreshes in one step and turns your skin pleasantly smooth and scented. Ideal in the morning for a splash of "freezing" energy or at night to remove tiredness and the heat of the day. Not a food product. For adult use only.
After a little research I found out that Perlier is a well known Italian company that creates bath and body products. The company prides itself on using natural products and their on-going commitment to research.
Even after doing a little research I wasn't 100% sure how exactly you are suppose to use the product so I decided to just squirt a bit on my arm and see what happens, and now I understand what the crackling description comes from. Here is a video to demonstrate...
As it crackles it feels very refreshing and cold, and slightly tingly, but I noticed that it doesn't really absorb on it's own so I decided to rub it in. After the crackling stopped and it was rubbed in it left my skin feeling cool, soft, and lemon scented. Although I am not a fan of the scent of lemon, this scent is quite refreshing.
Overall this product was quite exciting, and is definitely refreshing. If you would like to try some out on your own you can find it here on HSN.
I also have this lovely coupon code to get $5 off your Perlier purchase on HSN's website: