I didn't know this but Bath and Body Works released a new signature collection "Cashmere Glow".
It is inspired by the soft, luxurious, and expensive fabrics in the world. They wanted to create an illusion of "wrapping yourself in the soft, snug comfort of a cashmere throw, the new fragrance embraces you with a decadent blend of golden peach, shimmering vanilla and a heart of soft cashmere musk."
Not only did they introduce this new scent in their signature line, but they also launched it in their new golden sugar scrub that "uses naturally exfoliating sugar crystals to smooth skin and conditioning apricot and sweet almond oils to nourish."
I really like this light fragrance of sweet peaches in vanilla. I could easily wear this all day and re apply it often without the scent being too strong. The lotion does make my skin smell nice and smooth. If you are wondering if I "feel" like I am wrapped in real cashmere...let's just say it does not beat the real thing but I guess this is close enough. This is the type of scent that you have to get close and personal for someone to smell it. If this is what you have in mind than this is the scent for you to use.
The collection available in stores since October, 2012 which includes Golden Sugar Scrub ($16.50), Shower Gel ($11), Body Lotion ($11), Fine fragrance Mist ($14), Eau de toilette ($29.50), Triple Moisture Body Cream ($12.50), Shimmer Mist ($14), Select-A-Shimmer ($14)
Bath and Body Works would like to offer one of my readers their own Cashmere Glow. The winner will receive one body lotion, shower gel, and fine fragrance mist.
This giveaway will run from January 22nd to February 9th, 2013 (midnight EST). *Note: you have to complete the "task" of your choosing in order to win the prize* You have 72 hours to respond or I will have choose another winner. Open to Can only. Good Luck!
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*Disclosure - This product in this review was provided to me free of cost of the purpose of conducting this review. All opinions expressed in this review are my own and are not influenced by monetary compensation.