November 4, 2015

Bath & Body Works Be Joyful Perfume Arrives

Bath & Body Works Be Joyful Ea de Parfum

The new Bath & Body Works Be Joyful Ea de Parfum has arrived just in time for Holiday 2015! I think the bottle is just delightful! The juice is a festive shade of pink and comes in a pretty rounded squat bottle decked out with jingle bells around the top.

This a blend of clementines, frosted jasmine, and shimmering sugar!

Notes include:

  • Top Notes: Fizzy Clementine, Winter Melon, Sparkling Mango
  • Mid Notes: Blooming Honeysuckle, Frosted Jasmine
  • Dry Notes: Dulce de Leche, Golden Amber, Shimmering Sugar

Bath & Body Works Be Joyful sounds delightful but I smelled it recently in store and dare I say it actually smells just like A Thousand Wishes…eep! I wish they’d do something a bit more unique. I’ll still buy it though as maybe it’ll settle and dry down into something wonderful. But I’m not holding my breath!

Be Joyful is available online now and launches in stores shortly for $39.50.


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  • Maria A

    So we get to smell like a fruit tart? I want to smell this is person. I went in the other day to smell candles and walked out with a ton of body wash. It’s like walking into target for one thing and you walk out with everything else except the one thing you went in for. It gets me every single time.