Twilight Woods Scent from Bath & Body Works

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If you like musk and are into the sensual side of life then this really is the scent for you. The Twilight Woods scent from Bath & Body Works is romantic (heck, with a name of “Twilight” it had better be, right?).

The feminine fragrance has bright flowers, surprising spices and creamy woods with a touch of cashmere. The aim was to bottle the experience of a twilight stroll.

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This scent is actually part of the Signature collection at Bath & Body Works (the Signature Scents are a best kept secret and feature prestige ingredients for much less than prestige brands). The perfume was developed by Firmenich master perfumers who wanted to blend fruity with woodsy. The top note is a juicy cocktail of sparkling fruit and creamy white flowers.

Top Notes: Juicy Berry, Sparkling Mandarin, hint of Coconut.

Mid Notes: Creamy Frangipani, Soft mimosa, wet honeysuckle, wild freesia, apricot nectar

Dry Notes: Oud Wood, Must, Orris, Vanilla Musk, Warm Woods

I usually wear this on date night and when I take in a movie with my hubby because it feels rich yet naughty. This is not for the faint of heart or the Betty Draper in you….wear it like Marilyn in Diamonds Are a Girl’s Best Friend and you’ll make many a head (and nose) turn.

Bath & Body Works Twilight Woods collection: Eau de Toilette ($29.50); Body Lotion ($10.50); Body Butter ($15); Shower Gel ($10.50); Shower Cream ($12); Fragrance Mist ($12); Bubble Bath ($12); Body Cream ($12); Hand Cream ($10); limited edition Roller Ball EDT ($7.50).

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