It was a good day to be a beauty and lifestyle blogger.
Our wonderful friends at Bath & Body Works delivered a really big box overflowing with samplings of what will be in the stores come springtime. I’ve been a fan of the shower gels and body lotions for as long as I can remember so I was so grateful when this appeared on our doorstep.
The scents were mild, and the pink and black color combination of the Mad About You collection was reminiscent of Paris, so JetSet Tot claimed first dibs on the products. I’m OK with this because as she gets older, I think its important for her to take care of her skin and I want her to be excited about it.
She was immediately attracted to the eau de toilette bottle which was fine with me because I love the fine fragrance spray. It’s lighter and really compliments the line when you use it after the shower gel and body lotion.
My real obsession? The Bath & Body Works 3-wick scented candles. Oh, my loveliness. The Lanikai Coconut not only smells like you are vacationing in Hawaii, but the wax color is gorgeous. Now I’m dying to try London and Capri! From what I remember, the Paris Daydream candle in the small tin smelled delightful, but I wouldn’t know because Tot ran off with that one almost immediately!
And finally, JetSet Dad was thrilled to see in the package Deep Cleansing and Gentle Foaming hand soap. This man hates germs and loves washing his hands – he was digging the Fresh Picked Meyer Lemon big time scent big time.
So what else am I dying to try this spring? Besides the True Blue Spa collection and SUN Golden Magnolia? I really would like my husband to take a dive into the Signature Collection for Men. He enjoys lathering up and smelling nice, so I feel a Father’s Day post brewing…
What is your favorite scent at Bath & Body Works?
Photo credits: Nicole Standley
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