Saturday, March 31, 2012

Suds Up With Bath & Body Works Shower Gels

With Spring here it is the perfect time to enjoy a classic seasonal fragrance or a new  and festive one. When selecting a new fragrance, why not check out the top of the line products offered by Bath & Body Works? A great way to pamper yourself and smell great is by enjoying one of the amazing scented shower gels offered by Bath & Body Works. They have become a well reputed product that you can always count on. Enjoy the lathered signature scents that give off enjoyable aromas and leave your body feeling fresh and clean. 


New on the block – Pink Chiffon $11.00

Let Bath & Body Works immerse you in the beauty and drama of the ballet with Pink Chiffon, the latest scent from Bath & Body Works’ Signature Collection. Evoking the airy softness and sheer beauty of the namesake fabric in motion, Pink Chiffon takes inspiration from the effortless poise and elegance of a master ballerina. From the moment you set foot in the shower to when you moisturize before bed, you’ll feel as graceful as a dancer. Key fragrance notes: Sparkling Mandarin, Red Pear, Peach Nectar, Wild Berries
Oldy but Goody – Japanese Cherry Blossom $11.00
This Signature Shower Gel is newly supercharged with benefits that make it the world's best daily luxury. It has been re-formulated to provide the ultimate shower experience, enveloping you with a luxurious lather of moisturizing Aloe Vera and nourishing oils. It gently cleanses, softens and fragrances your skin. The award-winning Japanese Cherry Blossom is a seductive fragrance  and mysterious floral scent, inspired by the exotic gardens of Japan. Key fragrance notes: Asian Pear, Kyoto Rose, Mimosa Petals, Himalayan Cedarwood


I am such a huge fan of both of these scents. I have never tried either before, so these were a new treat for me. I really enjoyed the Pink Chiffon only for a short time, due to the fact that my 8yr. old decided she wanted it. The scent is almost like you are smelling candy so it is perfect for young girls like daughters, but can be enjoyed by we grown-ups as well. The scent really creates a relaxing atmosphere that reminded me of playing outside in the spring-time and smelling fresh flowers when I was a kid.

Then you have the Japanese Cherry Blossom which I also have never tried before. The scent is a more mature scent which I love. It really has a very enticing scent that awakens you senses. I can see why this is considered a classic and I am sure it will continue to be one.


Both shower gels offer a very silky texture that lathers up very well. Within seconds, the louffa becomes a lather-ball. I have found that you do not need a lot as a little of the shower gel really does go a long way. The scent lingers in the bathroom and on your skin long after your bath or shower is through. I just love how my skin feels after using the Bath & Body works shower gel. It is conditioned and left feeling fresh, clean, and healthy. There is no left over residue or annoying sticky feeling.


About Bath & Body Works: For the past decade, Bath & Body Works has reinvented the personal care industry with the introduction of fragrant flavorful indulgences, including shower gels, lotions, candles and accessories. With a focus on creating and offering the best products, and an emphasis on innovation from nature, Bath & Body Works is destined to become the ultimate personal care destination. Bath & Body Works was founded in New Albany, Ohio in the fall of 1990, and has always prided itself on the innovation, quality and performance of its products. A division of Limited Brands, Inc., Bath & Body Works now has more than 1,600 stores nationwide.


Where to purchase: You can go to Bath & Body Works online to order plus to any Bath & Body Works store. You can also go here to see where a store is near you. 

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