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There are all sorts of beautiful fragrances that we enjoy year-round, but it always seems that the holidays bring the most delicious and nostalgic scents. My favorite holiday fragrances are those that waft from the kitchen, carrying the tantalizing smells of warm gingerbread, sugar cookies, spiced cider, rolls, and succulent ham. These aromas always remind me of the holidays at my Grandma’s house. She always knows the very best foods to prepare, and her table is always set beautifully with her best china and a festive centerpiece. Her Christmas tree always stands in the corner, twinkling with hundreds of tiny lights, like a starry night sky. Certain scents are so powerful. They have a way of bringing to mind all sorts of memories from holidays past.
When I was went to stay with my Grandma as a girl, I always had fun seeing what lotions and things she had set out in her guest bathroom for us to use. Suave® knows the importance of delicious scents, especially around the holidays. They offer a variety of body washes and lotions in a whole array of delicious fragrances that are sure to be popular with everybody.
Having guests from out of town for the holidays is the perfect time to replenish the guest bathroom with Suave® personal care products. In my own home, I like to have several different scent options on hand, so that my guests can pick the one they like the best. I also love the idea of preparing a basket or pretty box with pampering essentials to help my guests relax and unwind. Including some extra toothbrushes, toothpaste, and razors is a nice touch, as well, that will be sure to be appreciated. Things things often get forgotten, and I want my guests’ holiday visit to be relaxing and stress-free.
This holiday, as you’re preparing for your holiday guests, head on over to Walmart or go online to shop for all of your favorite Suave® products, at the best value. What are your favorite holiday scents? What special memories do those fragrances bring to mind? Use the hashtag #suavescents to share your memories!