How are your New Year’s resolutions holding up? That good, huh? My resolution was to limit the amount of sweets I eat to help my watch my weight, and I’m doing a bang-up job so far! I’m watching my weight right as I pop pieces of candy into my mouth, that’s about how far I’ve taken it–not so good. So I have an idea, if Christine can lose 54 pounds on The Taco Bell Drive-Thru Diet, maybe I can curb my sweet tooth with my version–The Fragrance Diet! Give in and have zero remorse later, five servings a week of these sugary treats won’t last a lifetime on your hips:
Pacifica Mexican Cocoa Body Butter* — If chocolate is your biggest weakness, look no further to satisfy your cravings, this decadent body treat is truly divine! A delicious blend of almond, cinnamon, nutmeg, and cocoa satiates your olfactory while rich butters and nourishing essential oils pamper the skin. Comforting and indulgent, Mexican cocoa is good for the soul.
Dylan’s Candy Bar Strawberry Licorice Ice Cream Sugar Scrub — Put down that bag of Twizzlers and grab this instead! Vitamin E, jojoba, and lavender team up with pumice to slough off rough skin from the neck down while you guiltlessly please your sweet tooth.
Aquolina Pink Sugar Eau de Toilette— If you haven’t tried Pink Sugar yet, you MUST! For being a playful and sweet perfume, cotton candy, caramel, and vanilla have never smelled more mature. The Pink Sugar hair perfume spray is the icing on the cake.
DKNY Sweet Caramel Candy Apple Eau de Parfum — Juicy and crisp, DKNY Be Delicious gets a new recipe that’s just as sweet. Light, fresh, and creamy notes blend together to create this must-have fragrance!
Demeter Sugar and Spice* — Well goody goody gumdrops! Totally toothsome and undeniably fun, Demeter’s Sugar and Spice puts you in touch with your inner child. I kid you not–if you took two cinnamon, one bubble gum, one tutti-frutti, and one jalapeno Jelly Belly (like it says on the side of the bottle) and chewed them together, this is what you’d get!
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