This is a fairly old packaging. The logo for Twilight Woods has since changed, as well as the packaging of the travel sized products.
What it does: (from the Bath and Body Works website)
The warmth and mystery of enchanted woods with an enticing blend of apricot nectar, mimosa petals & Tuscan cypress
Price: The body lotion is $12.50 for 8 fluid ounces (236 ml). The shower gel is $12.50 for 10 fluid ounces (295 ml). This is the first time I noticed that the body lotion and the shower gel are not the same size. Is this a new thing, or just something I didn’t notice?
Here is how Bath and Body Works describes this scent:
Top Notes: Juicy Berry, Sparkling Mandarin, Coconut
Mid Notes: Creamy Frangipani, Soft Mimosa, Wet Honeysuckle, Wild Freesia, Apricot Nectar
Dry Notes: Oud Wood, Musk, Orris, Vanilla Milk, Warm Wood
This is a sweet woody scent with a touch of floral. I can also smell the vanilla and coconut.
Availability: Bath and Body Works products are available in the US at free standing Bath and Body Works stores.
- I like that this scent is sweet and warm without smelling like candy. I also feel that this scent is rather unisex.
- Both the shower gel and body lotion are just OK for me. I buy Bath and Body Works products because I like the scents.
- The body lotion is moisturizing enough for me in the warmer months (including now), but it was not enough in the winter months.
- The shower gel is extremely thick. I usually dilute it by adding 10%-20% distilled water to make it easier to use.
Hope you enjoyed this review!