Bath & Body Fall Haul 2018

Fall is almost here and while it’s still 90 plus degrees here in Florida, I still want to pull out my sweaters, have a pumpkin spice latte and buy some pumpkins smelling things at Bath and Body.🎃

If you’re like me and went online for the big sale instead of the store itself, good luck trying to decide on what pumpkin scented candle and body products you want to pick with all the different ones they have. There’s A LOT. I picked a few to try out before committing to spending a bunch.

I ended up choosing Pumpkin Vanilla candle which smells like its name. It’s good!

As far as body care, I chose pumpkin picking body cream.

A very pumpkin pie smelling cream, I would love to get the fragrance mist. This is the most straight pumpkin smell of all the pumpkin items I tried.

Marshmallow Pumpkin Latte body cream

This is a lighter pumpkin smell than the pumpkin picking, still nice, but not as strong.

I also bought the illuminating fragrance mist

Again, it’s very light. The sparkles are also light so you won’t have a ton of glitter all over you , but the scent is not strong, so I ended up layering it with Boardwalk Marshmallow Clouds and it was AMAZING.

This cream and fragrance mist is delicious. I reviewed it on Fragrantica if you want to check it out. My username is Sniffy Larue. I was that impressed. Got a lot of compliments on it. Pretty great for a Bath & Body scent.

For a kitchen hand soap, I chose Sweet Cinnamon Pumpkin and it’s yummy!

Probably will order more in this scent, it’s very Fall.🎃🍂

I also went ahead and grabbed a retired scent; Dark Kiss. A longtime favorite of mine.

This is a comforting berry vanilla scent that is perfect for Fall, in my opinion. I love it.

All in all, I spent around $60.00 which is hella good for a Bath & Body Haul. Usually, if I go to the store, I spend over $100.

I show and reviewed all of these products on my YouTube channel, check it out for more in-depth review.

Have a great weekend friends! 😘

#glamonabudget

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