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Brand Overview: Farmhouse Fresh & Whoopie Body Cream Review

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I have seen the brand, Farmhouse Fresh in a few publications and had an opportunity to familiarize myself with the line at a gift show in NYC. The line has an adorable look and I love the cute, glass packaging. The representatives of the line were genuinely nice Texans with big blonde hair and cowboy boots. Absolutely adorable nice women that were refreshing to meet in a not-big-hair city like New York.

The Farmhouse Fresh line has some cute products and I was really impressed with their Whoopie candles. The candles are super foody but sometimes I want my house to smell like food.  Really the entire line is very much into food…but so am I. Here’s my review of Whoopie Body Cream.

It’s named after whoopie pies, not Whoopie Goldberg. Boy, this stuff is sweet! It’s literally a dessert. Seriously. It smells just like a tub of vanilla frosting and I bet you can slather this all over a devil’s food cake. This is going to be an idea that you like or one that makes you gag. The formula is smooth and nourishing.My skin loves this rich formula. The scent does linger and can be worn alone or layered under any of your other gourmand perfumes 🙂

The body scrubs also caught my eye like Sweet Tea and Bourbon. I haven’t tried them but I sniffed them. They’re also very foody and delicious smelling.

Like I said, this line isn’t for everyone but what line is? I would recommend this line to anyone that loves really, really sweet smelling/gourmand products. Do you remember the Tutti Dolci line that was at Bath and Body Works? Well, if you are still mourning that line’s discontinuation, you need to try Farmhouse Fresh. It’s like Tutti Dolci with a Texan twang.

The cream retails for $30 and is available at Farmhouse Fresh.

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*Disclaimer – Sample provided by Farmhouse Fresh at NYIGF. I am not financially compensated for this review or any others. My opinions are my own. Whoopie pie pic from Food Network.