The three bottles I received were the Lemon & Thyme, Lime Basil, and White Tea & Ginger. The bottles are clear, leaving the product to be seen- which I really like. The bright colors of the dishwashing liquid brighten up the sink, and the products complement each other very well.

The first thing I noticed when looking at the bottle is that they are phosphate free. I like when companies get with the flow and try and go as green as they can. These “Fresh Fusions” take smells from nature and invite them into our kitchen- all without having phosphates (which can linger on dishes after they're washed.)

After testing these Palmolive Fresh Infusions both she AND I are hooked. My favorite is the lime basil. It smells like fresh limes and it really smells extremely clean. I gave her the lemon & thyme and she said she really enjoyed the scent of fresh lemons *she thinks that’s the go-to extreme clean smell*.

The consistency was amazing. I didn’t have to use very much at all to get a very nice sink full of amazing smelling bubbles to wash the dishes with. Which in turn will save money

My main concerns are that my dishes are clean and there isn’t a weird residue or anything. This soap combines the best of both worlds – a great combo of smell and clean! I’ve used all three of them and like them all, but my favorite is the Ginger White Tea scent. It’s light and refreshing without being overpowering and smells clean and natural. The soap itself is a nice consistency – it has a lower viscosity than other soaps I’ve used like Dawn, meaning it’s a little more “runny” than other soaps. It also suds up really nicely and quickly, meaning I don’t have to put in the elbow grease to get a good sud going.

The clean factor, you ask? Our dishes have never looked brighter. I’d highly suggest trying out Palmolive’s Fresh Infusion soaps, they won’t disappoint!

Disclosure: I received this product in exchange for an honest review, And in no way does that affect my views. The views and opinions on the stated product(s) are 100% my own. In accordance with the FTC’s 16 CFR, Part 255:”Guides Concerning the Use of Endorsements and Testimonials in Advertising.”


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  1. I love using Palmolive. It cleans my dishes really well..

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