American Grown from Bath & Body Works

Talking Makeup is excite to introduce to you a brand new line from Bath & Body Works called American Grown. American Grown is a collection of super affordable hand washes and shower gels in big, bold, colorful bottles that are inspired by great American destinations. Formulated with invigorating botanicals grown right here in the U.S., these products are sure to keep you in the patriotic spirit! And this is what Marta calls: “Born in the USA”:) I also love the vibrant colorful packaging which can be uplifting!

This is a limited edition collection, available from mid-July to September.

Washington Apple: In the fertile valleys of Washington State in America’s far west, growers tend orchards that produce the world’s most crisp, ripe apples. Formulated with Apple Extract to help nourish skin, Washington Apple instantly evokes your first bite of a shiny red apple, an unmistakably juicy flavor.

Napa Grape: In the rolling hills of Napa Valley’s wine country, the alluring scent of ripe grapes wafts through the air. Breathe in this irresistible fragrance and experience the intoxicating aroma as grape seed oil conditions and protects skin.

Siesta Key Lemon: Nothing says summer like fresh-cut Meyer lemons from Florida. Sweeter than other lemons, the plump, smooth-skinned citrus produces a sparklingly fresh fragrance. Take an instant vacation to Siesta Key as Lemon Oil refreshes and brightens the skin.

Savannah Mint: A frosty glass of iced tea in a hot Savannah summer is twice as refreshing with a cool sprig of mint. Breathe in this invigorating fragrance and experience the romance of southern charm and gentility while Peppermint Oil energizes your skin and your senses.

Montana Sky: Experience the clear, crisp quality of the mountain air in big sky country with formulas inspired by the vast beauty of an endless blue sky. Bathe your skin in calming spring waters as you inhale a rush of fresh air.

 WHAT THEY COST: Hand Soap, $6.50 for 16 oz.; Shower Gel, $12.50 for 24 oz.

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