Arm & Hammer Clean Scentsations
When it comes to my laundry, I'm a scent girl. I spend my time in the laundry detergent isle reading labels and delicately smelling each brands scent so I can pick the one that I think will make my laundry smell the best. To me, there's nothing better than opening up the dryer, taking out an armful of warm laundry and being enveloped in the scent of my laundry detergent; it makes the experience even better when the fresh scent stays on my clothes for several days after the initial washing. Having spent so much time in the laundry detergent isle during my quest to find the best smelling and most hardworking detergent available, it's safe to say I've bought my fair share of detergents over the years. When I was offered the chance to review something new, Arm & Hammers Clean Sensations, I was more than happy to take the opportunity.
The Arm & Hammer Clean Sensations scents were inspired by National Parks found right here in the United States. Each of the three scents are crafted to be powerfully clean while also being vibrantly fresh, so you can rest assured knowing not only that your detergent will be tough on stains and dirt but also that each load you wash will come out smelling terrific too. Consumers will be pleased with the job this detergent does on their clothes and will love the scent of the great outdoors while wearing their freshly laundered garments. One of the main ingredients in the Clean Sensations detergent is baking soda, an ingredient we all know to be tough on stains but gentle on the fabrics of the clothes we love most.
- Purifying Waters. Inspired by Glacier Bay, Alaska, this scent invites you to dive into the fresh, crisp scent of America's most pristine waters.
- Sun-Kissed Flowers. Inspired by Yosemite, California, you'll be able to revitalize your senses with the scent of rolling fields of flowers on a warm summer day.
- Twilight Sky. Inspired by Acadia, Maine, Twlight Sky invites you to envelop yourself in the relaxing, calm scent of dust on the shores of Maine.
This is a sponsored conversation written by me on behalf of Arm & Hammer. The opinions and text are all mine.