Perk Up, Buttercup!

Hello Loveies!

Today we are going to talk about one of my new FAVORITE Posh products: the Perk Skin Stick!

Why Perk? You can Perk at work, Perk on a train, Perk in/on/at *insert here* – you name it, the Perk Stick is ready for action.

Lately with the change in weather in Chicago, I have had some pressure headaches (you know, the ones that squeeze your face and head all over) and it really just bogs me down. If you’re like me, any sign of sickness is just game-over. It’s the worst. It also makes simple tasks like paying attention a real chore.

So, what do you do when your body’s fighting off something yucky? Perk! It has peppermint essential oils to boost your mood, refresh your senses, and give you that crisp, cool, cleansing feeling. One swipe each way around my nose and cheekbones clears my sinuses right up – perfect for those head colds and stuffy noses. I even use it on and around my nose when I’ve handled a few too many Kleenexes: It is loaded with shea butter and beeswax to lock in hydration, which keeps that sensitive skin soft and hydrated.

Have a headache? Apply a bit to your temples and forehead to cool you down. Neck ache? Mind your hair and rub some where the back of your head meets your neck.

As if the Perk didn’t do enough to help you out, it has a wee bit of caffeine in it, so if you’re missing your usual mid-afternoon pick-me-up, you can apply a bit of magic to your wrists and temples for a quick boost.

Did I mention you can use it on your lips as chapstick, too?! Amazing. At about 3.5 times the size of your typical chapstick tube, this versatile skin stick is in it for the long-haul.

Where I go, Perk goes. Go get yours here!

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