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Bath & Body Works Lotion Review

Hey guys! 
Bath & Body Works have always been my go-to body lotion for years, so I thought it was about time to give it a review. 

Let's start with packaging. The older bottles are more simplistic with a clear bottle and a simple design of the scent. I think I prefer the simplicity of the older packaging as the newer packaging can be a bit OTT. The only problem I have with this particular size's packaging is that the cap broke after being closed one too many times (or I screwed it on a bit too tight). Regardless, It broke soon enough that I felt as if I could have had more use of the lotion if it had a better cap. 

The scent itself is one of my all time favorites and sadly it is a discontinued scent ( White Cherry Blossom). I am quite particular with scents and with lotions, I love flowery scents that aren't too strong and this was a bit musky, so it was a great substitute for a perfume if need be. Also, Bath & Body Works' scents last for ages! I still have this lotions, which have been discontinued for years (mom got a bit carried away since she loved the scent so much) and you would have thought I bought them yesterday. Very impressive.  
And what makes this lotion so special? After taking a break from their lotions and trying out other ones, I've found that it's the perfect combination of light weight and moisturizing. They do the trick of keeping my skin nice and smooth (and heal even the worst of my dry heels) and my skin obsorbes it almost instantly! No sticky or greasy lotion feeling at all! 
I can't recommend these lotions enough! They are my favorite! Have you ever tried any of Bath & Body Works' lotions?
- Lexi

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