Bath and Body Works
(oops sorry for the extra “o” in too! hehe!
You know how pushy MA’s can be! Heck, you might even appreciate it since some of them work on commission but none the less it’s still rather annoying to say the least.
So today’s Musings is which counters or stores do you find the most aggressive, the most irritating, the most pushy….
Jump ahead for my reply!
Actually, my choice isn’t a cosmetic counter. In fact it doesn’t have anything at all to do with makeup. The place I avoid at all costs because the reps are annoying, irritating, and EXTREMELY, maxed out, over the top pushy is Bath and Body Works.
Going into Bath and Body Works in one word is a ridiculous experience. I haven’t set foot inside one in a long, long, long time since the sales reps are just awful, terrible, a real nightmare. They are so incredibly pushy it turns my stomach to even venture inside the store. I don’t even think they work on commission but they are somehow programmed robots to push, push, PUSH! They push so much that I think most people are pushed out the door without bothering to purchase because of the irritating way the reps are.
Try this, try that, have you seen this? How about that? Have one of these? This is $5! Here let me get you a cart, a basket, a bag, a tote, let me hose you down with our newest fragrance even though you’re sneezing all over the place.
Truly Bath and Body Works needs to tame it’s reps. Maybe if they do I’ll consider going back inside one of the stores. Until than I avoid it at all costs!
How about you?
What’s your least favorite store or counter to visit because the artists or reps are just too bloody pushy?
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The Muse rounded up some great past Bath and Shower posts special for you! Jump ahead to splish splash through some past posts.
Me! Bath Ice Cream keeps turns your bath into something sweet!
Me! Bath Ice Cream Review
Philosophy Red Licorice Shower Gel is a Muse favorite!
Philosophy Red Licorice 3-in-1 Shower Gel Review
Tis Spring now but we can bring back a little bit of Winter with Frothy the Snowman!
Lush Frothy the Snowman Review
A little bit of a gourmet in your bath is always in order!
Delish Gourmet Bath Bakery Cupcake Review
Easter is this Sunday! Revisit Lush Easter Eggs from last year!
Lush Easter Eggs Review
Bath and Body Works Sassy Strawberry Shower Gel wasn’t doing it for me but it’s rather fun looking back on the review!
Bath and Body Works Sassy Strawberry Shower Gel Review
Cheap Lush? Or a bad copycat? Read about Basin and tell me what you think!
Memories of Bath and Body Works Fall/Winter Collection 2007? The Muse has you covered!
Bath and Body Works Fall/Winter Collection
Cool, crisp, sweet, tart, refreshing Pink Lemonade!
Philosophy Pink Lemonade Review
Hope you have fun clicking through some of these past bath and shower posts.
Share your favorite bath goodies in my comment box!
Valentine’s Day doesn’t have to be about lovers! Spoil yourself a little bit too!
Jump ahead for some cheap budget beauty options to make you feel extra special and loved this season!
Rose & Co Bath Fancies Gift Box £5
Sephora Brand Lip Gloss Pencil $5 USD
mark Twinklebelle $9 USD
Bonnie Bell M&M’s Sweet Spring Collection $3.50 USD
Jelly Belly Bath Fizzers £3 (Set Includes Cherry, Tangerine, and Blueberry)
Jelly Belly 7 Day Shower Set £5 (Set Includes Blueberry, Cotton Candy, Watermelon, Tutti- Frutti, Licorice, Tangerine, and Very Cherry)
Jelly Belly Juicy Tubes Lip Gloss Set £3 (Set Includes Cotton Candy, Blueberry, and Very Cherry)
(Buy 1 Get 1 Free!
Milani Runway Eye Shadows $4.99 USD
NYX Eyeshadow $3.50 USD
Clio Art Shadow $8.20 USD
Bath and Body Works Radiant Powder $9.75 USD
Mr. Bubble Bubble Bath in Wacky Watermelon $2.55 USD
Lush Luverly Bath Bomb $5.95 USD
The Muse carefully selected little beauty purchases that all had an ickle price tag so you aren’t breaking the bank indulging in a little something sweet for your very sweet self this Valentine’s Day!
What are your favorite small indulgences for yourself?
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You know my mum thinks that the solution to life, the universe, and everything is bottled up in a jar of Vicks Vaporub.
Anything that ails me can normally be solved by rubbing myself with Vicks Vaporub. I dunno, that’s what my mother told me.
If I have a cold rub some Vicks on my chest, if I’m coughing rub some Vicks on my chest, if I have a sore throat rub some Vicks on my chest….what can I say my mum is either a nutter or kickin’ it old skool. So I do admit that she has a point here. I do feel heaps better after a rub down with Vicks Vaporub but mmmm walking out of my house and going to my office with a bunch of greasy petroleum under my nose and on my chest is a tad bit on the strange side.
Have no fear! I have just the solution for fighting off the flu and cold season with an easy to use product that’s in the Muse’s purse!
Jump ahead to check it out!
Guest starring in the Muse’s Purse today is Body Works Cold & Flu Therapy Instant Aromatherapy Roll On!
w00t! Portable cold control!
What is it?
It’s an all-natural roll on that contains a blend of eucalyptus, basil, spearmint, wild mint, lavender, cedar left, and essential oils. Shake up the bottle a bit and roll onto the base of your throat and around the chest are, now breath deeply to combat the unwanted effects of your stuffy noise brought on by the cold, wintery weather!
Don’t you love this? I totally dig having a portable roll on for clearing up my stuffy head and nose. I can’t concentrate when I’m constantly sniffling and this does the trick at clearing up my stuffy nose and allowing me to breath easy again! Pure perfection in a little roll on bottle!
Let’s face it, carrying around a jar of Vicks Vaporub is not an option so get the next best, budget friendly option (this is only $5 bucks) to tote around in your purse with you! Bath and Body Works Cold & Flu Therapy Instant Aromatherapy Roll On is in the Muse’s purse and remains there until the warm weather sets in!
Grab one at www.bathandbodyworks.com
What are some of the ways you cure a stuffy nose?
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The Muse hearts Bath and Body Works Lambie in a major way! Last year she hauled Bath and Body Works Lambie Slippers but was a tad disappointed that they wore out so quickly! This year she decided to wait for the Bath and Body Semi Annual sale before indulging and she’s glad she did because she got three pairs of Lambie Slippers for $12 USD each yay!
Make the jump to see my haul!
I was quite happy that this year they made the Lambie Slippers a bit more stronger plus this year’s version encases the entire foot so you’re tootsies will remain nice and warm! This new style also prevents the slipper from wearing down the way the old version did. Likey!
At $12 USD the Muse thinks it’s worth hauling it.
Snag yours at Bath and Body Works!