Wednesday, May 18, 2011


I got a set of these new Scent Stackers from Bath & Body Works for review. Here is what they are:

These fun, playful, three-ounce editions of Shower Gel, Body Lotion and Fragrance Mist are designed to be stacked for a chic vanity, high-style shower, or smart travel and are perfect to toss in your beach bag. They are available in five iconic scents—Sweet Pea, Moonlight Path, Twilight Woods, White Citrus and Japanese Cherry Blossom.

The stack I received was the Moonlight Path scent, like most things from Bath & Body Works, these smelled great! I like the stacking idea, as it is a great way to conserve space if you have small bathroom or just like things uncluttered. I also liked that they are a much smaller size so that you can get more scents without spending alot.

These stack, but they don't click or stick together, so if you bump them, they will tumble or if you stick the stack in your bag, don't expect them to stay together.

I think it would be cool to have several different stacks, all body sprays with different scents, and have a shower gel stack in the bath of different scented shower gels.

These are on sale right now online, three for $15!
You can get yours HERE, hurry while they are on sale!

1 comment:

Lucy said...

You shouldn't show me these things. They're too darn tempting. I would love to buy these but my closet shelf is bursting with shower gels!

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