Nodding at Neff’s words, didn’t seem right to him but if she was fine with it he’d let it go for now. Make it up to her later perhaps. “Free sample or trial, sounds good.” Chuckles a bit. “Are you the saleswoman then?” He was teasing, but couldn’t deny he was curious about the face masks and her routine in general. The coffee mask still sounded both odd and interesting to him but he didn’t mind so much she didn’t have it.
“I’ll probably look it up later, given how it goes now.” Tilting his head as she spoke, so it did smell like coffee then. “So.. would that mean your face would smell like coffee to? It sounds interesting.. coffee mask, don’t drink it, slap it on your face and it will wake you up all the same.” He couldn’t help but keep smiling at this, it sounded so funny to him yet knew this was something others used. “It’s fine though, I’ll use one of whatever you have here..” Still wanted to pay her for it, if not with cash then with someone else. She was giving up her items to allow him to use and test out, she didn’t have to. Could have easily said no, and he wouldn’t have blamed her for it either.
Watching Neff walk a moment he looked over more of her things, oils, lip balm, masks, perfume. These were interesting and dainty, men’s items weren’t this cute and smelled nice. Didn’t seem fair, then again who said a guy couldn’t get the feminine cute stuff either. Looking up as she returned with the jar of eye masks he stared at it curiously. “Do these go.. under the.. masks?” Holds up a package. “Or.. on their own?” Felt a bit stupid but these were new to him. “Can I try that too..” Staring at the jar he was curious before reaching up under his eye. “Around here, right?”
“Sure, we can call it that! I’m pitching samples to you to see if you’d be interested in purchasing these products.”
A cute little comparison and one not at all wrong. She really was trying to help him see the benefits of these products and what it could do for him, the only difference is she wasn’t the one making any profit off of it.
“Um, it will and it won’t. It’s not a strong scent that stays on your skill the whole day or anything like that. It’s more like while you’re washing your face with the scrub you smell it and it’s supposed to help energize you. It’s not made with liquid coffee as much as it is the grounds to be used as an exfoliant. It‘s supposed to scrub away any dead and damaged skin to smooth it out, but if course you don’t wanna bee too rough with it and end up hurting yourself in the process. People sometimes get a little too aggressive with exfoliants and end up irritating and damaging their skin more in the process.” She gently raises a hand. “It’s me. I’m ‘people’. Or at least I used to be, so take my advice.”
And now comes more information on the masks.
“These eye ones go solo, so you wouldn’t put them under or over any other masks. The reason I recommended these to you is because they’re the most hassle-free skincare you could use. It doesn’t limit your face movement as much as a full face mask would, and it’s not so time consuming. You literally just slap them under your eyes and do whatever you want for about twenty minutes and then take them off. Being able to multitask while having it on is a plus, cause with a full face sheet mask you can’t do much. Those have a habit of sliding off your face since they’re so wet, so you kinda gotta put it on and stay still until time is up. Same with clay masks - they go on wet but dry up and make your face all stiff so you can’t like...eat or drink with them on. Eye patch masks though? Probably best and easiest starter item.”