Your Favorite '90s Scents Are Now Bath & Body Works Bath Bombs
By Kara Nesvig. Photos: Courtesy of Brand.
Which Bath & Body Works fragrance was your signature scent back in the day? Were you a Plumeria person, or was Warm Vanilla Sugar your favorite cozy aroma? Most of us dabbled in the offerings of the legendary mall retailer and had a few fragrances that we just couldn’t live without, spritzing on a Winter Candy Apple body splash before a dance or lotioning up with Moonlight Path after a volleyball game.
Now, you might have abandoned Bath & Body Works for Le Lebo or Byredo, but if you’re feeling like a trip down memory lane, why not experience your fragrance of choice via a bath fizzy? Yes, you read that right — Bath & Body Works, having ventured into the land of bath bombs with their bath fizzies, have now added some of the old-school scents into the line-up. Break out the flares, we’re going back to 2002!
Bath & Body Works has diversified their palette in the past few years too, adding more complex blends to their body care lineup. However, retired scents like Cucumber Melon and Pearberry make a comeback every so often, which is soothing to those of us who literally bathed in the stuff in middle school. All it takes is a whiff of Sun-Ripened Raspberry and I’m back at my seventh grade locker. If you, like me, want a dose of nostalgia every so often, then the bath fizzies might be perfect for you; they’re only $6.95 and dissolve in the bath, so you’re not stuck with a bottle of lotion you may never use again.
While most of the collection of fizzies features new fragrances like French Riviera, Pretty as a Peach, and Beautiful Day, you can grab the classic aromas Sweet Pea and Japanese Cherry Blossom in fizzy form. Warm Vanilla Sugar is sold out, sadly, but it might be available at your middle school mall, just sayin’.
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