Bath & Body Works Candles

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I haven’t been feeling well this month & when I’m home sick board out of my mind I inevitably end up shopping online. Since I don’t have the energy to take outfit pictures & I have a few new purchases, I decided to post some shopping hauls this week. My first of three shopping post this week is from Bath & Body Works (they are having a Memorial Day sale where you can get a free three wick candle if you buy another one!). Candles from left to right are as follows:

Watermelon Lemonade: “Refresh your thirst for spring with this delightful burst of watermelon ice, sparkling water and fresh squeezed Mayer lemons” I bought this candle for the first time last year & it has remained one of my favorite summer scents. It perfectly encapsulates summer to me.

New York Beautiful Day: “Experience the perfect spring day in New York City with a fragrance of sun-kissed apple mixed with a bouquet of daisies and fresh picked pink peonies” This is a very subtle summery floral sent. I normally don’t go for floral scents since they can be kind of strong but I love how mild this is.

Georgia Peach: “There’s nothing sweeter then a blend of Georgia peaches, dewy petals and a hint of creamy vanilla” Peaches are my favorite fruit & I’ve loved this candle since I first bought it a few years ago.

Endless Weekend: “A blend of fresh summer mandarins, sun-kissed magnolia and blur coconut water that evokes days of sunshine and happiness you wish would never end.” I’m not sure how I would personally describe this one but I also like how subtle this one is too.

Vanilla Bean Marshmallow: “A comforting vanilla fragrance that evokes the sweetness of homemade marshmallow” Really just classic vanilla scent with an extra bit of sweetness.

Praline Pecan Cobbler: “Indulge in warm caramel cobbler with the sweet crunch of pecan nuts and sparkling cinnamon sugar” I’ve never been a fan of pecans in any form but this mostly smells of caramel, very sweet caramel. Which I like. I can’t smell the cinnamon sugar though & I like cinnamon so that’s a little disappointing. Still good though.

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