Wednesday, July 13, 2011

Bath & Body Works Into the Wild





Do you like the smell of Escada? This is exactly what I smell with Bath & Body Works Into the Wild Collection. Good news for me, I'm a huge Escada fan so this was a pleasant surprise. A sweet citrus blend of fragrances along with a bit of tropical beach minus the tanning lotion. I accidently leaked the shower gel all over my room, and I smelled "Into the Wild" for a good 2 days. But it made the whole room smell like a tropical paradise.

I read on another blog Bath and Body Works is trying to get rid of their signature fragrances to make way for hot new ones. Well I am very pleased with the new scents and their original smell. I'm kind of glad they are getting rid of smells such as apple and cucumber because those are a bit outdated.



Into the Wild is described as,

a seductive blend of exotic mandarin, lush petals, and white woods inspired by a sensuous escape into the jungle



At first sniff, I thought it was a bit too "lush petals" for my liking, but after it toned down a bit you really get the scent of the mandarin and tropical paradise. It has a romantic touch to it, and smells much more expensive then the usual Bath & Body Works price tag.









I also love the colorful, playful packaging. The Shower Gel was my absolute favorite because it'[s such a light refreshing smell, something Bath & Body Works is so known for. Something about their products just makes me happy inside, and I continue to use them more and more. And each line that comes out is more original then the last, with a unique blend to each scent. Overall I am loving "Into The Wild" and it's perfect for Summertime. It's bright, fun and tropical. Make sure next time you're at Bath & Body Works you get a chance to check it out.





Availability: Bath & Body Works retail stores, and bathandbodyworks.comPrice: $10.50 – $29.50







Disclosure: A press sample was sent to me for consideration from PR for the purpose of this review. All opinions are my own. No monetary compensation was received.

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