August 8, 2012

Bath & Body Works Anti-Bacterial Hand Soap for Fall 2012

I’m leaving on Holiday this coming Saturday and I imagine when I return we’ll be full blown into Fall. Already products and collections are popping up celebrating both Fall and my favorite, Halloween.

Bath & Body Works have introduced their Fall 2012 Anti-Bacterial Hand Soap Collection into stores last week and they have now launched online as well.

Take a look!

It looks like many old favorites are back. Last year, I recall quite a few new scents being released like Oatmeal Cookie. I guess this year they played it safe unless more fragrances will be launched at a later date. There are also four Halloween themed hand soaps as well which I recently featured in a post.

  • Creamy Pumpkin

Lightly scented with a comforting blend of gingered pumpkin, honey blossom, whipped vanilla, and brown sugar.

  • Sweet Cinnamon Pumpkin

Lightly scented with a blend of pumpkin, brown sugar and ground cinnamon.

  • Warm Apple Cider

Lightly scented with a cozy concoction of warm sweet apples, orange spice, mandarin, sugared cinnamon, and smooth vanilla.

  • Cranberry Harvest

Lightly scented with juicy sweet cranberries, sugared violet petals, grated nutmeg, whipped vanilla, and a touch of blackberry.

  • Vanilla Buttercream

Lightly scented with a delicious recipe of creamy vanilla, sweet buttery caramel, vanilla marshmallow, and soft musk.

Grab them up now at your local shop or online at

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