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Ordering from Bath & Body Works

Exciting times for #TeamModen; we have a baby! *throws confetti* If you're a part of the Instagram family you would have seen when Heidi posted a pic of our bundle of joy. Heartfelt congrats again to her and her husband Anderson - our resident Number Cruncher. We're pleased as punch to have a baby girl. The legacy begins...

Ok. Back to the beauty world. Well more aromatherapy than beauty this toss but y'all know I love my smell goods. Anything that relaxes us counts as part of the beauty regimen right? Right. In the last post I counted my Bath and Body Works 3-Wick candles for yuh. I knew I had a lot but didn't think it was that many. The majority of those I purchased from Inyouvations for $35 - $45. Hefty price if that's not your cuppa tea but at least they're not $80 like in Bio Beauty. Note well: Bath and Body Works candles are not as high a quality as the ones from Neom Luxury Organics. There you're paying for quality ingredients.

I know you see Bath and Body Works products all over Barbados. Are they fairly priced? Here's my experience ordering from the Bath and Body Works site directly.

First and foremost, wait for a sale. Those 3-wick candles are $22.50USD normal retail price. #Error The Gentle Foaming Hand Soaps are usually $6.50USD and the Room Sprays are $7.50USD. Bath and Body Works does offer bundle deals - say 4 for $20 for the hand soaps - but their semi annual sale is the time to really shop. This toss the candles were down to $8.50 each and their Wallflower Fragrance Refills were 5 for $20.

Bath and Body Works Semi Annual sale haul
[Click photo to shop]

I didn't go HAM. In fact, I only placed that order because Inyouvations didn't bring in any candles or Wallflower refills in 'Twisted Peppermint'. Which is an abomination and I let Robert know that. My total was $45.57USD with shipping and tax. That's shipping to my Laparkan Miami address since they don't ship to Barbados. My Visa Debit was charged $92.45BDS and the total charges according to the Laparkan bill was $53.24BDS. That's $145.69BDS. Mightta spent the same if I had purchased them locally - I can't remember now what those refills retail for. And we shouldn't forget the value of instant gratification :)

I should also mention that my package came with a 20% off one-time-use coupon that's valid for a little over a month. These people just want yuh to be forever spending money boy...

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