What it does: (from the Bath and Body Works website)
A bright and joyful blend of spruce branches, peppermint and sweet vanilla that captures the fun adventures of a snow-filled day
Bath and Body Works candles are $20 for the 3-wick candles (14.5 oz, lasts 25-45 hrs), $10 for the small candles (4 oz, lasts 20-30 hrs), $4.50 for the mini candles (1.3 oz, lasts 10-15 hrs). I often buy mini candles of scents that I am not sure if I will like, so that I can try them out before committing to a scent.
This is a very sweet scent. I smell a lot of vanilla, and only a hint of spruce or peppermint. To me, this smells more like a cake with peppermint frosting.
Bath and Body Works products are available at Bath and Body Works shops, which are often found in shopping malls in the US. Surprisingly, I found a shop in Poland!
- I really like that this candle burns clean. Recently, I bought a candle from a different brand, and the wick would drown in the wax after a few hours.
- I like the scent, although I am not sure I would commit to a larger candle.
- Candles do not burn evenly unless they are left to burn until the entire top layer melts. Because I can’t leave candles burning for 2-3 hours continuously, the mini size is the perfect size for me.
- This is really a sweet scent, and lingers for a long time. I burned this candle in my apartment for an hour, then extinguished it. I left my apartment for 2 hours, but the scent was still there when I came back. If you live in a small apartment like me, this may or may not be a good thing.
- Be careful of fire!
I’ve bought so many shower gels and body lotions from Bath and Body Works that recently I am more into candles. I’ve also been into trying out candles and home fragrances from other brands as well. Hopefully I can review more soon!
Any home fragrances or candles that you recommend?