Bath & Body Works is an American retailer that specializes in home fragrances, bath & body products, and skincare. Their products are known for their unique fragrances and high-quality ingredients.
Bath & Body Works was founded in 1990 in New Albany, Ohio as a subsidiary of Limited Brands.
They opened their first store in Cambridge, Massachusetts in September 1990.
In 1997, Bath & Body Works became a public company.
In 2007, they launched their first international stores in Canada.
As of 2021, there are more than 1,700 Bath & Body Works stores across the United States and Canada.
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Bath & Body Works' body lotion comes in a variety of scents and contains nourishing ingredients like shea butter and vitamin E.
Bath & Body Works' fragrance mists come in a variety of scents and can be used for both body and home.
Bath & Body Works' candles come in a variety of scents and sizes. They are made with high-quality fragrance oils and natural wax.
The best Bath & Body Works scents are subjective and vary based on personal preference. Some popular scents include Japanese Cherry Blossom, Warm Vanilla Sugar, and Sea Island Cotton.
Bath & Body Works is not 100% cruelty-free as they still test some products on animals. However, they have stated that they are committed to finding alternatives to animal testing and working towards being cruelty-free.
Bath & Body Works candles are made with high-quality fragrance oils and natural wax. When burned according to the instructions, they are not toxic to humans.
Bath & Body Works accepts returns of unused products within 90 days of purchase. Returns can be made in-store or by mail.
Some Bath & Body Works products contain parabens, which are a type of preservative. However, they also offer paraben-free options for customers who prefer to avoid them.