In today’s world, there’s a lot of talk about social media, brands who are doing it right and wrong, brands that are good at engaging customers and keeping them loyal, it’s everywhere you look. First Aid Beauty is one of those brands doing it right.
They first came on my radar after I got a gift card for a spa facial at a work event last fall. After telling the facialist that I worked in nonprofit and couldn’t afford the high end stuff, she pointed me in the direction of the nearest Sephora & FAB’s products. You guys, their face wash, facial radiance pads, and ultra repair cream have been my skin’s saving graces this winter. I haven’t had dry itchy skin once and every time the polar vortex left me with windburn, my beloved ultra repair cream was there to save me. Being the weirdo that I am, I tweet them all the time gushing over their products. It is true love for real.
So I was incredibly touched when their social media manager reached out to me this week and offered to send me the purifying mask with red clay. And I was even more touched when I opened the package and found a bottle of their new Ultra Repair Liquid Recovery in there as well.
I’m not a “big” blogger. In the grand scheme of things, I’m probably not huge on their radar and my “social influence” probably won’t bring in hundreds of thousands of dollars worth of sales. But I am a loyal customer. And when I believe in a product, I’ll tell everyone I know that it’s SO good and they HAVE to try it. After this experience, I will not only be sticking with them as a loyal customer, I’ll also be sharing this story with my friends as they compliment my gorgeous skin.
Thanks First Aid Beauty!
First Aid Beauty did not ask me to write a review or anything. I just think good brands deserve acknowledgement.