What I Learned From My Mom: Hand Soap Edition!

There are so many things that I have learned from my mom, so much that I decided that, if I can figure out how, I’m going to make a separate section of my blog titled – “What I Learned From My Mom”. This is the first post in that section.

So here it is, I’m sure that all of you are familiar with Bath and Body Works and their products, particularly their line of hand soaps. As you know they have a wide range of scents, and their products change with the seasons. They also have several different styles: deep cleansing, foaming, and the nourishing hand soaps. I’m also sure that each one of my readers has a favorite scent. Mine is by far the Peach Bellini soap, I love how fresh, fruity, and clean it smells. I personally find that some of the soap scents are very strong, overpowering, and off-putting, which is why I like the light scent of the Peach Bellini so much, it’s just subtle.

Now at this point you must be dying to know what I learned from my mom about hand soap. Well it helps for you to know that my mom does not spend copious amounts of money, least of all on fancy hand soap, she would rather buy the cheaper stuff you can get from Walmart – because why not, it all cleans the same anyways right? And ya, she’s right about that, fancy soap is a huge waste of money –  I mean it is $6.50 a bottle. And that is why my mom only buys Bath and Body Works hand soap when it is on awesome sale and she has coupons, so she ends up spending around $2.00-3.00 a bottle instead, which is about the same price as any regular hand soap.

So when I moved out, I decided that I would love to buy fancy hand soap but only when it’s on the right kind of sale. And I’m still learning when the right sales are, just ask my mom, she knows. So even though I don’t have money to buy fancy soap, I always end up with fancy soap. That is what I learned from my mom about hand soap. And I’m sure glad I did, because I love my Bath and Body Works soap.

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