Bath & Body Works Just Revamped This Cult-Classic Line
Maybe it’s eucalyptus candles, chamomile tea or a lavender-infused eye mask that helps drift you off to sleep at night, but I’d venture to say that Bath & Body Works Sleep Body Lotion has had something to do with the way many of us have relaxed before our head hit the pillow at night least once. Whether you’ve only tried it or you’re one of the line’s die-hard devotees—trust me, you’re not alone: the aromatherapy line is Bath and Body Works’ most popular range—its latest revamp to the collection is about to get you so excited (and tranquil).
Originally made up of three ranges—Sleep (a blend of lavender and vanilla), Stress Relief (eucalyptus and spearmint), Energy (orange and ginger) and Sensual (black currant and vanilla)—the brand isn’t just refurbishing bottles in its Aromatherapy line, but its lineups and formulas, too. Essential oils will now be more present in each scent and formulation (with six new essential oil blends, to be exact) and while Sensual will be discontinued, four new scents will begin rolling out in stores this month: Comfort (vanilla and patchouli), Happiness (bergamot and mandarin), Focus (eucalyptus and tea) and Recharge (sage and mint), with the latter available in late October. And while Sleep is the original must-have scent, it now boasts a new essential-oil blend based in lavender and cedarwood for slight twist on a classic.
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The new-and-improved Aromatherapy collection includes skin care essentials like body scrubs, body oils and cream cleansers; shower-boosters like bath soak and shower steamers; and Zen-boosting must-haves including pillow mists, essential oil roll-ons and room sprays that are sure to put a stressed-out mind at ease. And don’t think Bath & Body Works forgot about the classics—three-wick candles, Wallflowers, hand soaps and lotions will still be available in both the traditional and refurbished scents.
The new collection will gradually become available both online and in stores beginning this month, with no item exceeding $25. Finally, unwinding just got so much easier.