It was a normal Tuesday afternoon (October 4th to be precise) when a coworker told me that my county had been declared in a state of emergency due to hurricane Matthew. Though hurricanes pass through every year, they always pass by my coast--we usually get a lot of rain and that's it. I had planned to leave that Friday, but my plans quickly changed.
On Wednesday afternoon, my mom and I began packing for Atlanta. She originally was going to drop me off with my sister, but there was no way that I was going to let her stay home and wait out the storm that was at a category 3/4 and threatening 70+ mph wind, heavy rains, and 9ft flooding in some areas in my city. My mom planned to take my dog to the vet during my vacation to have some free time, but they cancelled everyone's reservation due to the storm. My dog came along for the journey too.
When we walked in, he took us over to the sink. He told us that he was going to put something in our hands and that he wouldn't tell us what it was until we were done. I would have been extremely wierded out except we were in Phipps Plaza which has only high labels such as Kate Spade, Michael Kors, Versace, etc., so I felt safe. He put a spoonful of white crystals into our hands and instructed us to rub our hands together and keep rubbing.
What James used on us was their Exfoliating Body Scrub Passion Fruit & Lime. He also gave us a little Silky Body Butter- Apple, Green, Tea, and Ginger. I think the scents are reversed on line in regards to the salt scrub and butter (I think the butter is referred to as Passion Fruit & Lime scented and the scrub is referred to as Apple, Green Tea, and Ginger Scented). I'll share the links with you in a separate post reviewing how this product fared in regards to making my entire body smooth.
The salt scrub and body butter were $79 each, but James was kind enough to give me the butter for free. He even gave my sister the salt scrub for $35 because I made a purchase. He also gave me a Cherry Almond ($16) soap bar for free as well as gifting my sister and I with free passes to their salt room spa which usually costs about $55 per person.The best part was that they (James and the other associate) really made an effort to make sure we had a good time and experience. I don't think I've ever had better customer service.
Thank you lovelies,
I hope you enjoyed this post, and I appreciate your patience during my mini impromptu hiatus. Fun fact: I had to use spell check for impromptu and hiatus--I just spelled them right on my own.
R'Nelle CyRe' XX