Bath & Body Works Miracles

Happy Monday everyone! I can't believe it's already the start of a new week. Today I'm going to share a little secret.  I'm a big, big roaster of vegetables.  It is my absolute favorite way to eat them, and sometimes I even eat roasted vegetables for dinner without adding anything else to them.  The pro to that is I'm eating something delicious AND nutritious... the con is that my house consistently smelled like roasted Brussels sprouts.  For those of you who eat like me, you know that smell is not very pleasant.  Often times H would come back home from work and say things like "I can smell those vegetables from 500 ft away!" and for a while I assumed the smell would just disappear over time (which it did, but it literally took 2-3 days).  I would do everything I could to make the smell go away: air freshners, cleaning the floors & counter tops with strong scents, & even using my favorite kind of candles.  Nothing was working. So over the weekend I stopped into Bath & Body Works and decided to try something a little different.  Now don't get me wrong, I've used their products before (very frequently) but it was at my home in Columbia which I believed we never had a problem like lingering vegetable smell.  I left the store with a wall flower & candle.  I am not exaggerating when I tell you they are probably the best things that I could've purchased for my home.
 
1.  Bath & Body Works Wallflower ($8) & Scent in Moonlight Path ($7) // 
2. 3-Wick Candle in Rio Glow (naturally in RIO) ($21)

Can I just say that my house now permanently smells like Moonlight Path?! It's perfect because it's an exact replica of the Lavender baby wash & shampoo by Baby Johnson (one of my favorite scents of all time!) because of it's soothing effect & floral undertone. I can even smell it from all the way over here (I'm on my couch & the wallflower is in my kitchen).

[PS: I also bought the Pomegranate Prosecco Punch & Eucalyptus Mint Candle]
**Bath & Body Works is doing BOGO on their candles...  
So buy now & get 2 for the price of 1!**
Guys, best thing I could have done. I'm heading back this week to buy 3 more wallflowers for each room.

 


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