Friday, March 9, 2018

Sonoma Wax Melts Reviews at Kohl's - Late Spring 2018

Sonoma Wax Melts Reviews at Kohl's - Late Spring 2018

Sonoma Wax Melts at Kohl's - Late Spring 2018
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Blooming Honeysuckle

Notes: Sweet honeysuckle, dewy greens and relaxing jasmine

Same scent as last year's Blooming Honeysuckle, a lovely honeysuckle type scent with a bit of an orange blossom/neroli note (one of my favorite scents). It's not really authentic, but more of a sweet soapy honeysuckle, but still smells fantastic. But I believe this is a dupe of the older Sonoma "Honeysuckle" scent, and last year's "Hawaiian Honeysuckle". So it's not actually a new scent.

Throw: Bold, 5 out of 5, a scent monster that took over the house



Endless Sunshine

Notes: Lavender leaves, fresh citrus and white birch

A lovely scent combining light sweet floral and salty lemon. There may also be a hint of lavender. It's a nice, fresh, cheerful scent. Looking at the scent notes, they're spot on, although I'm not sure what birch smells like (I don't detect any woodsy notes).

Throw: Strong, 3.5 to 4 out of 5



Lilac Fields

Notes: Lilac, jasmine and orange blossom

This smells like lilac scented soap, and I love it. I can also smell the extra sweetness of the jasmine and a tiny bit of the rich honeysuckle type scent of the orange blossom.

Throw: Strong, 3.5 to 4 out of 5



Pink Velvet Cupcake

Notes: Jasmine, sugared vanilla and citrus

This is the same scent as last year's Pink Velvet Cupcake, a sweet vanilla scent with a very slight salty peanut note, and maybe a smidgeon of lemon and some kind of berry and just a barely detectable note of almond. Melted, however, I smell mostly the vanilla and not as much of the peanut, lemon and berry notes. On cold sniff it smells a little bit like ScentSationals Pink Velvet, but not exactly. That one had slightly more tart berry and lemon notes, while Sonoma Pink Velvet Cupcake is sweeter, has a stronger vanilla note, and a very slight perfumey note. Looking at the scent notes, the slightly perfumey note is the jasmine. Last year's throw was mild, around a 2.5 out of 5.

Throw: Medium, 3 to 3.5 out of 5



Summer Berry Lemonade

Notes: A vibrant blend of lemonade and mixed berries

A fantastic blend of raspberries and tangy lemon. It might be the same scent as last year's Raspberry Lemonade, but I no longer have that one because the throw was weak. The notes for last year's Raspberry Lemonade were raspberries, blackberries and red currants with a touch of lemon, nectarine blossom and peach. Those notes could definitely describe this scent as well (although I don't smell peach).

Throw: Strong, 3.5 to 4 out of 5



Walk in the Park

Notes: Relaxing notes of eucalyptus, aloe and apple

I can't figure out the notes in this one. I smell fruit, maybe apple. And it also has a slightly clean soapy herbal note, as well as a slight peppery note. It's kind of green and natural, and just slightly sweet. Looking at the scent notes, there's the apple, and I guess the aloe is the fresh note, and maybe the eucalyptus is the peppery note? I don't actually smell eucalyptus though, which tends to smell a bit like pine. Melted, it smells like a fresh, very slightly fruity body wash. It's a nice pleasant scent.

Throw: Medium, 3 to 3.5 out of 5



Weekend Getaway

Notes: Gingered apple, jasmine and cedarwood

A very nice, pleasant scent with apple and floral with a very slight perfumey note, and something else I can't figure out. It's sweet but not perfumey sweet. Looking at the scent notes, yes, I smell the cedar on cold sniff but not when melting.

Throw: Strong, 3.5 out of 5



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