Bath & Body Works Fiji Pineapple Palm Review

My new favorite scent is the Bath & Body Works Fiji Pineapple Palm. Ironically I am not a huge fan of eating pineapple but I just love this new fresh pineapple scent that’s part of the new Island Edit and these products are infused with coconut oil.

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What’s to love?

First up the packaging is so pretty. I just love this Springy shade of green with the birds, palms and pineapples.

The scent of Fiji Pineapple Palm is a combination of Caviar Lime, Palm Leaf, Pear Nectar, Star Jasmine, Tiare Flower, Mango Pulp, Pineapple, Mango Wood, Coconut Milk, Toasted Sugar, Caramelized Birch and Skin Musk. However to me it really just smells like fresh pineapple.

The product line-up is pretty standard with the Shower Gel, Ultra Shea Body Cream, Fine Fragrance Mist and 2 new products.

Fiji Pineapple Palm Sand & Sea Salt Scrub – I have the Sand & Sea Salt Scrub in Oahu Coconut Sunset and I love it. It’s got a great exfoliating girt that leaves me skin so soft. I need to get one in the Fiji Pineapple Sand & Sea Salt Scrub now.

Fiji Pineapple Palm Aloe Gel Lotion – My favorite new product in the line-up is the Aloe Gel lotion. This gel has such a nice silky feel and I think it will be great for Summer. It has aloe, vitamin E and coconut & monoi oils.

I also created a Bath & Body Works Haul that has a few of the Fiji Pineapple Palm products. 

 

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About Queen of the Girl Geeks

Bonnie is a 47-year-old girl geek. She started her career as a geek way back in the 1970's after she saw Star Wars 37 times. She loves hanging out in cosmetics shops, writing about the latest beauty products and helping moms over 40 look amazing.
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One Response to Bath & Body Works Fiji Pineapple Palm Review

  1. cherilyndoes says:

    Everything has coconut oil in it these days. 😦 Great review! I am just gonna have to live vicariously through you with these products.

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