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Grown-up Easter treats don't have to taste good - just be good for your soul

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Easter treats don’t just have to taste delicious or even be edible at all! How about a treat for the soul, like a deliciously fragrant soap for that bath you sink into in those moments you want to feel pampered, loved and want the best skin care?

Yardley London takes the botanical goodness of nature and culinary inspired oils and marries them to the highest quality, rich luxury soap to form the most delectable fragrances. I promise that this boutique-inspired beauty bar will envelope you in the magical wonder of rich nurturing lather and will take your senses away to another world where worries melt like lemon drops.

Skip the sweets, egg painting, and egg hunts this Easter and settle for a relaxing goodie basket filled with skin soothing Yardley London Bath Bars in a variety of scents.

Here's a great tip from Yardley: If you’re hosting family for the holiday, no need to hide these decadent oval shaped bars adorned with the Yardley of London brand name: they double as décor AND potpourri!

These Luxury Bath Bars are Available for only $1.49 and come in these delicious fragrances:

· English Lavender (I love this one.)

· Oatmeal & Almond

· Fresh Aloe & Cucumber

· Lemon Verbena (The one I want to try next!)

· Pomegranate Rose (My 11 year old granddaughter swooned over this "grown-up" bath soap.)

· Jasmine Pearl

· NEW Shea Buttermilk Sensitive Skin

Visit Walmart, Walgreens, Rite Aid, CVS, Kroger, Publix or your local Shop-Rite stores to buy a basketful of bars for your besties.

Learn more about these fabulous spa & beauty products at Yardley's website.

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