Bath and Body Works Tis The Season Wallflower Review

Hey guys! How is your day today? Mine is good, but I’m nervous because I have a pretty important interview today. Hopefully all goes well. Cross your fingers for me. Anyway, today I’ll be talking about this wallflower from Bath and Body Works. My mom purchased this for me while I was away, because she liked it and thought I would as well. It turns out that I do really like this wallflower.

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This wallflower has a very confusing name. What would something called “Tis the Season” smell like. Well, I smell apple, cinnamon, and a little bit of pine. Now I am not a big fan of pine scented things. I don’t know why, but I just do not care for my room to smell like a Christmas tree. However, this is so subtle that I don’t mind at all. In fact, the apple is the leading scent, and I’m obsessed with apple scented things. I think they are so refreshing. The apple isn’t too summery though. I find that the cinnamon makes the apple smell a little bit like apple cider, but the cinnamon isn’t as strong as a typical apple cider. I know I am making this sound confusing, but I’m not sure how else to describe this. The scent is strong enough to fill the room but not so strong that it is headache-inducing.

Overall, I love this wallflower, and I would repurchase it. I know that BBW is having their semi-annual sale, so it might be a good time to pick this up if it sounds interesting to you.

What are your favorite home scents? I’m on the lookout for some new ones. 🙂

I am not getting paid for this post. My mom purchased this with her own money. All opinions are my own.

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