Bath and Body Works Anti-Bacterial Holiday 2010 Hand Soap Vanilla Snap, Winter Cranberry, Apple Wreath
We discussed the new Bath and Body Works Holiday Anti-Bacterial Hand Soaps a few days ago and I recently hauled them. If you haven’t spotted them yet Bath and Body Works has five new Holiday scents among the hand soaps as well as old Signature favs.
Let’s have a look!
I haven’t seen Snow Mint or Orange Spice at any of my BBW shops but I did brave a visit to grab up Winter Cranberry, Vanilla Snap, and Apple Wreath.
Anyone smell them yet?
Apple Wreath is an absolute must have in my opinion and probably the most unique of the three. Bath and Body Works calls it a festive blend of green apple, red cinnamon, warm cider and maple walnut but I mostly get a wreath-y, green scent mixed with apple. I feel like it smells somewhat like the scent of a Christmas tree, which I’m not keen on, plus crisp, crunchy apple. I’m not a particularly fan of the smell of freshly cut Christmas tree in all honestly but mix it with apple and it seems to morph itself into the ultimate Christmas-y scent. Definitely pick this up, it’s well worth the haul!
Winter Cranberry and Vanilla Snap were the least eventful but they still are nice to have items as they put a little bit of the Christmas Spirit into my bathroom and guest bathrooms. Winter Cranberry is obviously a blend of berries but predominately smells of tart cranberry.
And Vanilla Snap, which I thought would be the most interesting, ended up being a simple warm, vanilla scent somewhat like Buttercream.
They aren’t absolutely must have items but I like buying the seasonal antibacs either way and definitely loved Apple Wreath in a major way.
Have you tried ’em?
This product was purchased by the Muse for review purposes.
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