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Product Rave: Bath & Body Works - Stress Relief 'Eucalyptus Spearmint'

Eeeeeeeeeeeeeerrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrmahgad.

I will cut to the chase; whatever you find in this scent, buy it.

I've said numerous times how effective scent is - it is the strongest memory trigger yuh know- but this particular line has reaffirmed my belief in aromatherapy. The site doesn't offer a description of the scent but it does state: "Eucalyptus Essential Oil clears the mind while Spearmint Essential Oil uplifts to help improve concentration".
It all started with the three wick candle...


I am in love. On a bad day, on a good day, light this baby up and breathe deep. Deep. Ahhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhh

Then came the travel size body lotion...

The funny story here is that I refuse to buy body lotion because I want to use up the ones I have and then just use coconut oil on my skin; but this scent lawwwwwdddd it got my number! When I thought ok, this is all they made to hook me...I saw the PocketBac. Jesus take the wheel

Then, as though I haven't raved about their Sleep - Sugar Scrubs enough, I found the one in this scent.


This is me throwing in the towel. Outside of the hair products, I want ev-ver-ry-sin-gle-thing. Errrrrthang!

Bath & Body Works - Stress Relief 'Eucalyptus Spearmint' products in Inyouvations www.modenmakeup.com
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(Products found in Inyouvations, Sheraton Centre or Bio Beauty, Coconut Walk, Hastings).

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