Friday, November 9, 2012

Review- Bath & Body Works Fall Candle in Pumpkin Cupcake

Hey everyone! I'm doing a bunch of reviews of the products I received from the Influenster Beauty Blogger Voxbox 2012! This one is of the Bath & Body Works Fall Mini Candle in Pumpkin Cupcake! DISCLAIMER- I was sent these products for free from Influenster, but I am NOT being paid/sponsored & all opinions are my own. :)


"Mini but mighty! Bath & Body Works Mini Candles provide an amazing fragrance experience exclusively developed and tested by a team of Home Fragrance experts, including the world's best master perfumers."

First off, this candle smells EXACTLY like pumpkin bread. The scent description reads "The perfect pick from the corner bakery this fall - a spiced pumpkin cupcake with rich buttercream and frosted ginger." The smell of this tiny candle is so strong that I don't even have to light it and I can smell it from a distance. This candle lasts about 10-15 hours but don't burn it more than 3-4 hours a time.

Overall, I love the smell of this candle, but I'm disappointed that they replaced the fall candle collection with the winter collection so quickly this year! You can find Slatkin & Co. candles in various sizes at Bath & Body Works. The candle I received is $3.50 for 1.3 oz / 36 g.
Have you used any Bath & Body Works candles? Which one is your favorite?
xx, Lisa


BeautyGirl013 said...

I have the same exact candle! It smells so good! :)

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