October 24, 2011

Bath & Body Works Slatkin & Co. Scentportable Holiday 2011

There’s something terribly cute about this year’s round of Bath & Body Works Scentportable Collection for Holiday 2011. I know we already looked at a few of these but several new ones have popped up that are simply yelling at me to indulge.

Take a look!

Slatkin & Co. Scentportable Frosted Cupcake
A delicious blend of butter cream frosting, sugar and fresh vanilla bean.

Slatkin & Co. Scentportable Merry Mistletoe
A magical blend of frosted cranberries, blue spruce and iced citrus.

Slatkin & Co. Scentportable Frosted Cranberry
A sparkling blend white cranberry, juicy peach, wild strawberry, and raspberry.

Slatkin & Co. Scentportable Fresh Linen
The scent of linen with light hints of apple, kiwi and violets.

Slatkin & Co. Scentportable Cinnamon Sticks
Cinnamon scent layered rich pink peppercorn, clove buds and nutmeg

Slatkin & Co. Scentportable Evergreen
Green fir balsam with sparkling mint, cool pine and spicy clove, with a smoky touch of white birch and dark woods.

Slatkin & Co. Scentportable ‘Tis The Season
A blend of golden apples, pine needles and holiday cider with a touch of ground cinnamon.

Slatkin & Co. Scentportable Cinnamon Stick
Cinnamon scent layered rich pink peppercorn, clove buds and nutmeg.

I love that pink cuppycake and reindeer! So cutes! Must have them!

Each is $6 or you can mix and match for 4/$20 or 6/$24.

Available now at Bath and Body Works.

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