I admit to being a scent fanatic. I love scented candles, perfume, air fresher, scented soaps, lotions and shampoos. I believe I share this obsession with many women and maybe even a few guys who wouldn’t
admit to it. One of my favorite stores to buy scented products at is Bath and Body Works. You can smell the store the instant you enter the mall. I love the smell but my husband coughs and carries on like it’s killing him. I enjoy milling around in the store and finding great smelling things. Their selection is second to none but there is ONE big problem with their products.
If you’re like me, once you find a scent you like you have to have the whole set consisting of: body lotion, shower gel and spray. The first few times you use the set it’s heavenly, you couldn’t be happier. That is until the lotion runs out, then you’re still kind of okay with the soap and
spray but it’s not the same. Then the soap runs out and sadly you are left with a nearly full bottle of spray left.
Unless you’re a chemist there’s no way you can mix scents. If you mix Coconut Lime Breeze body soap and Pink Chiffon fine fragrance mist, you’ll smell like someone vomited an exotic drink on you. You could just use the spray for perfume but most people have a signature scent,
mine is Obsession. (Figures!) So the bottles of spray just sit in the cabinet
taking up space, getting pushed further and further to the back of the cabinet as I continue buying more. After a while there is no space left, it’s been completely taken over by fine mist spray.
want to try new products. If I run out of soap and lotion and buy more soap and lotion to match the left over fine mist spray then I’ll be stuck with the same scent for a long time.
Bath and Body Works needs to address this immediately! The spray bottles need to be smaller and cost less while the lotion bottles need to be larger. And I don’t care if the lotion costs more as long as the spray costs less. It should work out to be the same price. I’m sure Bath and
Body Works will be in touch with me immediately to discuss this further (and to give me free products for having such great ideas) so stay tuned for further information. If they don’t reply, we rally. I’ll let you know the time and the date.
In the meantime if you have any suggestions or ideas for what to do with orphaned bottles of fine mist spray please let me know.