Bath & Body Works Wallflowers Home Fragrance Review

About: Bath & Body Works Wallflowers Home Fragrance is made exclusively by Slatkin & Co for Bath & Body Works. The founder of Slatkin & Co is a former Bear Stearns Director, Harry Slatkin, an American businessman, entrepreneur, and philanthropist. He founded the company in 1992 and was launched at Saks. Later his products became favorites among celebrities, interior designers, architects, editors, and diplomats. In 2005, Slatkins & Co was sold to Limited Brands and Mr. Slatkins became President for home designs dept at Limited Brands.

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My Experience: Every house has its owner’s smells as well as every room in the house. It may smells normal for us as we come and go from room to room; however, it may not be a welcoming smell to our guests when they come to our home for a visit. I highly recommend these Bath & Body Wallflowers Home Fragrances because they keep the room smells fresh with a scent that welcomes everyone. My most favorite fragrance is the Japanese Cherry Blossom from the Bath & Body Signature Collection. Some people may prefer to have fresh linen fragrance or vanilla and there are varieties for everyone. These smells are common and welcoming for everyone because everyone likes perfume smells over any cooking smells.

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Plug-ins and Refills are from Bath & Body Works. Refill fragrance is Cherry Blossom.

Pros: fragrance fills the entire room & keep the room smells good, oil is very long lasting, a decorative item, variety of fragrance choices, available everywhere, fragrance is not strong or over the top

Cons: could be pricey if buy individually at Bath & Body Works store, each refill cost $6.50

I rate it 5 stars!

A link to where you can buy this product is here: Bath & Body Work Japanese Cherry Blossom Wallflowers Home Fragrance Refills Signature Collection by Slatkin & Co. Japanese Cherry Blossom Refill Bulbs

xoxo

Jasmine

 

 

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