20 October 2016

Bath&Body Works - Warm Apple Pie Review ❤

Hello my lovelies
Hope you're all keeping well? I've had a pretty crazy day in work, but instead of coming home and feeling sorry for myself, I decided to get my blog on and have a little chat about a candle that i purchased whilst recently in Dubai. it really is good enough to eat! I hope you enjoy this review lovelies and I would love to hear from you in the comments section below. 

When it comes to candles, I always gravitate to warm comforting scents, especially with autumn well and truly here. I'm still mourning the fact that the Laura Mercier discontinued their warm roasted chestnuts candle. on my recent vacation to Dubai i took my opportunity and stopped by the heavenly bath&body works store. I picked up three beautiful candles, even though I could have probably flown the shop home with me if I had a case and plane big enough for the job! I thought I would write individual reviews on each candle, as they are all fantastic in their own ways! 

Warm Apple Pie is a warm sugary scent from the White Barn Collection made using the highest concentration of fragrance oils along with an exclusive blend of vegetable wax and wicks, that melt evenly. notes of baked granny smith apple, melted brown sugar and flaky homemade crust make you truly believe that you've been busy home baking a delicious apple pie - I wish i could cook delicious desserts, but this candle does a pretty good job of making my room smell like I'm Mary berry in the making! I have genuinely been so impressed by how evenly this candle burns, as well as it's incredible scent throw. it's truly addictive and I'm dreading the day I run out and have to suck up the customs charges - it's just too good not to have!

Overall, I would seriously recommend this candle if you're near a Bath&Body Works store, or if you plan on placing an order - it's just divine and will totally satisfy anyone with a sweet tooth!


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  1. This sounds like all sorts of amazing - I definitely want to try and find something similar to this over in the UK.

    Georgia | The Weekend Attic

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  2. I have a candle that's warm apple pie too, it's a village candle and cost me around £10-£15 at my local garden Center but you can buy them on eBay too they smell amazing!

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