Just because the holiday season is over doesn't mean you have to give up on the joyful festivities & the holiday aromas. After Christmas I celebrated my second annual tradition of going to Bath & Body Works to restock on the Wallflower refills. If you want to learn more about them, take a look at my Bath & Body Works Wallflower Review; it has all the information you need to determine whether a Wallflower is a good fit for you or not. I love them because they're a hassle-free way to have a constant wave of lovely scents waft through the room.
I did some after Christmas shopping & splurged on these Wallflowers. I went all out & purchased 18 different ones! I even rejected a few just to cut down on the price. They were on sale for $3 a pop; their regular retail price is $6.50. Last year I bought them for $2.50 so their sale price went up. However, each Wallflower refill lasts about four weeks/one month, so this batch is sure to get me through the whole year & then some -- approximately a year & a half.
These are the Wallflower scents I bought followed by their description:
Alpine Cheer - Breathe in crisp mountain balsam, cedar wood bark, & snow white cranberry.
Cheers Mulled Wine - Raise a glass with red fruit & mulled apples layered over rare saffron spice.
Cinnamon Caramel Swirl - Cinnamon enhances silky vanilla caramel in the fragrance of a holiday treat.
Cinnamon & Clove Buds - A warmly spicy scent -- classic cinnamon, simmering clove buds, & exquisite vanilla.
Dashing Through the Snow - Enjoy the crisp cool air of a sleigh ride with balsam, wintery musk, & sparkling citrus.
Fresh Balsam - The invigorating fragrance of snow-dusted balsam, fir, & eucalyptus.
Fresh Sparkling Snow - Icy pear, frozen melon, & frosted musk capture winter's sparkle.
Harvest Cranberry Woods - The beauty of harvest in fresh cranberries, black currant, & cinnamon.
Holiday Mulled Cider - Enjoy apple cider mulled with holiday spice & creamy birchwood.
Home Pumpkin Cheesecake - Decadent cheesecake in notes of spiced pumpkin, cream, & a golden crust.
Sparkling Icicles - Let holiday parties sparkle with the fragrance of moss, bergamot, & citrus.
Sweater Weather - Cuddle up with an aromatic blend of eucalyptus, juniper berry, & fresh sage.
Sweet Cinnamon Pumpkin - An inviting mixture of harvest pumpkin, sweet vanilla cream, & cinnamon stick.
Thankful Chestnut & Clove - A luxurious blend of rich chestnut, aromatic cedar, & freshly ground cloves.
Twisted Peppermint - Make it very merry with peppermint, vanilla & sugary musk.
Welcome Autumn Spiced Wreath - Welcome Thanksgiving with balsam sprigs, cinnamon bark, & ground cloves.
Winter - Pine, icy mandarin, & winter woods embody this sparkling season.
Winter Sun - A blend of citrus, vetiver, & musk inspired by winter sunlight.
Some of these are very clearly Thanksgiving/autumn related aromas whereas others are Christmas/winter related. Given that each Wallflower is three bucks & will last me about 30 days, that adds up to about $.10 a day. That's not a bad figure at all. My boyfriend randomly chose one & we currently have Holiday Mulled Cider keeping the bedroom smelling fresh. Within about an hour I noticed the smell emitting from the Wallflower. It's noticeable but not overwhelming for your nose.
I would not purchase these at regular price that's why I stock up once a year after Christmas. To me, $6.50 for each Wallflower is simply not worth it but $3 is considerably more approachable. I have never used any of these particular fragrances before but I'm glad that I can continue the holiday spirit throughout the year.
Do you have a Wallflower? Which of these scents sounds the best to you? How do you fragrance your home? I'd love to learn what you do to make your house, bathroom, bedroom, etc. smell delectable. :]
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