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Bath & Body Works Holiday Temptations Review

By Helen Lee

Bath & Body Works has come out with their annual Holiday Temptations collection. These products are perfect for the holidays, as they come in a variety of festive scents that smell good enough to eat!

Three-in-One Body Wash, Bubble Bath and Shampoo

Bath & Body Works Three-in-One Bath & Body Works Three-in-One is a delicious treat for your body. It's available in a range of flavors like Twisted Peppermint, which smells like candy canes, Sugar & Spice, which reminds you of gingerbread houses, and Glittery Gumdrop, which smells sorta like grape candy. It's invigorating, moisturizing (thanks to the conditioning pro-vitamin B5) and leaves you smelling like Christmas desserts! Just beware of using it in your bubble bath cuz it'll leave a very colorful ring around your tub! Retail - $12 US.

Body Lotion

Bath & Body Works Body Lotion Once you get over the yummy scent, slick on Bath & Body Works Body Lotion. It's a great moisturizer that gets rid of any dryness and makes you smell totally delicious from head to toe - you'll almost want to lick yourself! Comes in Twisted Peppermint, Sugar & Spice and Glittery Gumdrop. Retail - $8 US.



Shimmer Body Splash

Bath & Body Works Shimmer Body Splash Now here's a cool holiday scent with a twist. The Shimmer Body Splash comes in Twisted Peppermint, but it has an added bonus of glitter that'll make your skin really sparkle! Layer it over the Body Lotion for a longer-lasting scent. Don't forget to shake the bottle before you spray, or else you'll end up with gobs of glitter all over yourself. Retail - $11 US.



Sweet & Swirly Lip Gloss

Bath & Body Works Sweet & Swirly Lip Gloss The Bath & Body Works Sweet & Swirly Lip Gloss is a twist of three shimmering colors and flavors in one! If you're into pink, then Glittery Gumdrop is the perfect lip gloss for you, but reach for the Twisted Peppermint if red is more your color. It also comes in Sugar & Spice, which is a copper brown. All shades look great when worn alone or over your favorite lipstick. Retail - $7 US.


  • Head to your local mall to grab the Bath & Body Works Holiday Temptations collection, or buy 'em online at www.bathandbodyworks.com!
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