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Bath and Body Works Haul


I love smell goods.

On the way to lunch with Heidi yesterday we passed by a Miche bag store. Those bags never caught my attention but what did was the Bath & Body Works products they had on display. After our food court pit stop I decided to pop in.

Bath and Body Works products are available here and there around the island but what I have never come across are the large candles. I was very glad to find them in this store. Very glad.

Large 3 wick candle - $35, Small candle -$10

This is also the first time I've come across the Wallflowers. Warm Vanilla Sugar is my favourite scent. So you know that one is already in use. I've used the Air Wick ones for a while so I'm interested to see which brand lasts longer.

Also available singularly in range of scents

Wall plug-in - $15

I think I have a mild obsession with those mini antibacterial hand gels. It was nice to see the Fall scents available and they also had a few of the classics.

$6

Then came the splurge mania; I guess this was haul was my birthday present to myself. I've seen these items in Bio Beauty before but never purchased because I thought them expensive. Now I have to go back and compare the prices.

On sale $25
Also available in Lavender Vanilla

On sale $25
Also available in Lavender Chamomile 

Hey, the label has on my favourite word!
I didn't purchase any lotions because I already have quite a bit in my stash that I'm trying to use up. 

Who doesn't love aromatherapy right? What's your favourite Bath & Body Works scent?

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