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You can still buy your favorite discontinued Bath & Body Works fragrances – but you have to act fast to catch stock

BATH & Body Works lovers can still find their favorite discontinued products if they act fast.

Fans may have gone without their signature scent for some time so the beauty retailer could make room for new products.

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You can still purchase some discontinued items from Bath & Body WorksCredit: Alamy

While Bath & Body Works fans may have anguished after seeing a final dusty Cherry Blossom shower gel in the clearance section - all hope is not lost.

Apparently, the store has a page on their website where they highlight discontinued products, Insider reported.

On their website, the retailer wrote "You spoke up. We listened. That specific Bath & Body Works retired scents you always loved, but you just can't find anymore? Our Retired Fragrances page is your go-to source for all discontinued scents that are only available online!"

The page currently features dozens of products that were once thought to be extinct, including body lotions, shower gels, and fragrance mists.

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However, there is a catch - Bath & Body Works did not specify how long these products would be available.

Therefore, if you rejoiced at the sight of Pink Chiffon body cream, it's important to note supplies may be limited.

Are you still thinking of some signature scents that you don't see? Bath & Body Works created an online form where fans can submit a request to bring an item back.

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The page on the website features discontinued itemsCredit: Bath & Body Works
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However, it is not known how long these items will be on the websiteCredit: Bath & Body Works

Store secrets

This comes as a Bath & Body Works employee Kaitlin Tucker exclusively told The Sun that some retired scents can be reused for a "new" scent.

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That’s right: she claimed the popular candle, body care, and fragrance retailer sometimes repackages and renames old scents while advertising them as new.

“Obviously, it’s not been stated by the company, but as being a previous employee and working there for five years, you tend to catch onto things such as repackaging,” Tucker told The Sun.

“You know when your favorite scent is repackaged to something else.

“You’re like: ‘Oh my God, I know what this is but it’s not called the same thing.’”

For instance, Tucker said her favorite candle is Midnight Blue Citrus.

She believes it is a scent that’s repackaged during the holiday season as Snowflakes and Citrus.

While she said she doesn’t know the company’s exact reasoning for doing such a thing, she made an educated guess that they possibly “wanted to add in a crowd favorite” within their holiday scents.

Additionally, she said she’s certain another one of her favorites,  Bourbon Strawberry and Vanilla, was repackaged as Wild Strawberry Leaf.

If you’re not as accustomed to the Bath & Body Works scents as a seasoned employee like Tucker may have been, there’s another way to tell if your scent has been repackaged as something new.

Bath & Body Works candles, lotions, soaps, and scents include an ingredient list on the labels.

Tucker said all you have to do is simply look at the fragrances and the order in which they are placed on the ingredient label to see if they match a former scent. 

 “And even though they swap some of the words, they’re still very similar, and in the end; it’s just the same candle repackaged,” Tucker noted. 

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