Both expressed gratitude at having received their skin care products.
Tracey said: "I love it (Whipped Cream Moisturiser) - will be spreading the love on social media this week - thank you!!!" Whereby Tracey promptly gave JOLI a 5 star rating on Facebook.
And also: "I absolutely love it! Very moisturising."
Ben was decidedly helpful in tracking a missing parcel *Australia Post lost. It had been sent to Ben via express post so the products would reach his wife in time for her birthday. Sadly and frustratingly the parcel was never received, which JOLI found out via sending a follow-up email. While the parcel was never found, Ben put JOLI in contact with the the postman who delivered the parcel who was very helpful in figuring out what happened to the missing parcel. A replacement parcel was sent.
Ben's lovely wife is now enjoying delightful Skin Serum and Moisturising Lip Balm and Ben has been quite gracious for receiving the products.
*Australia Post delivered the overnight parcel, placed it on Ben's doorstep [not in the letter box or left a collect card because it doesn't fit in the letter box] and that was it. The parcel was promptly stolen as it was in plain site of any passers-by on the street. However, since the parcel had been marked as 'delivered' Australia Post took no responsibility for it going missing.
Their statement to JOLI was: once a parcel has been delivered Australia Post take no responsibility for it being stolen. Australia Post no longer leave cards in letter boxes when a parcel doesn't fit inside the letter box. Parcels are left in a safe place and will not be left it it is deemed there is no secure place for a parcel to be left.
Poor service from Australia Post. I remember the days when all oversized letters/parcels meant collect cards were left in letter boxes so items could NOT be stolen. Gone are the days of decent service I guess... And Australia Post wonder why their profits are dwindling...
You can also read JOLI's post: The Lady Stripped Bare
And purchase Tracey's book: Good Girl Stripped Bare - by Tracey Spicer