Recently, when I stepped into the communal shower at my place (a.k.a. I share a bathroom with other people), I beheld a new body wash on the bath product shelving unit in the corner. Caress Tahitian Sunrise. Hmm.
The blurb on the bottle advertises as such: "Want a mini vacation today? A trip to the islands will leave your skin looking and feeling renewed. Caress Tahitian Renewal Body Wash, with pomegranate seeds and Tahitian palm milk, gently exfoliates & luxuriously moisturizes to smooth your skin. Feel renewed, everyday!"
An ethical-moral quandary ensued. On one hand, this was a woman's body wash and not my property. On the other hand, I was curious and, after all, didn't I deserve a Tahitian renewal? So I tried it, and...
WOW! It was great! Something about the palm milk and texture of the seeds felt awesome! The only problem now is...how do I explain this to other people without feeling guilty? I can't tell the owner of the body wash because she'll know I was using her stuff. And I can't tell my guy friends for fear of ridicule. If only they could have Tahitian Renewal pop up in their shower. Only then might they understand what paradise truly feels like.
Guys, have you ever tried a woman's body wash? What was it like?