New Scents in Scentsy Fall Winter 2012 Catalog

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New Scents in Scentsy Fall Winter 2012 Catalog

There are 12 New Scents in Scentsy Fall Winter 2012 Catalog!  Scentsy really did a good job this catalog, there are so many good ones!  If you want to smell them let me know and I can get you the testers!  All the scents listed below are available in a Scentsy Bar, Scentsy Room Spray and Scentsy Scent Circle.

Fall & Winter

Buckleberry Scentsy Bar – A bite of summer’s bounty: bursting fresh berries atop a buttery blanket of crumbly coffeecake.

Dulce de Leche Scentsy Bar – A silky-sweet golden custard of sugary caramel, rich cream, and just a touch of warm vanilla.

Frosted Ginger Cookie Scentsy Bar – Chewy brown sugar cookie spiked with warming ginger and fragrant vanilla.

Iced Pine Scentsy Bar – As refreshing as a walk through newly fallen snow: green fir and pine, kissed by icy peppermint.

Corner Cafe

Apple Press Scentsy Bar – The smell of crisp fall days: crunchy apples, juicy pears, and just a hint of the last full roses of the summer.

French Toast Scentsy Bar – A perfect, light slice of bread dunked in golden egg batter, dusted with powdered sugar, and finished with a swirl of sweet maple syrup.

Scentsy Man

Ace Scentsy Bar – Definitely unexpected: tangerine and lavender enrobed in dark chocolate and sweet, musky amber.

Zephyr Scentsy Bar – Woody French lavender, buttery suede, and rich woods in a strong and sensuous fragrance.

Romance

Garden of Love Scentsy Bar – A secret garden of night-blooming magnolia and earthy musk interwoven with mossy green grass.

Sheer Innocence Scentsy Bar – Sweet and youthful: lush orchid, green freesia, and wild violet infused with a trace of spicy ginger.

Spa

Transcendence Scentsy Bar – Take a deep, cleansing breath of soothing peppermint, crisp apple, deep green cypress, and brisk eucalyptus.

Seven Seas

Dominica Scentsy Bar – Plump purple plums nestled with fresh nutmeg, spicy cinnamon, and undertones of rich oak.

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