Who doesn’t love to see reduced price labels while shopping in their local supermarket? Even more so if it’s against products or items you either were planning on buying or you tend to buy generally. Home fragrance products are things that can make a home more homely, cosy and inviting. That’s probably why people buy them, to help create that type of environment. If you have a decent sized Tesco supermarket near you, it might be worthwhile having a look for these products because they have a sale on in many of their branches. So what did I find in mine?
My favourite go to for home fragrance is using a wax melt. There were quite a few different fragrances available in wax melts on the shelves reduced to various prices and all containing a decent amount of wax (60g). Rhubarb & Elderberry, Mango & Pineapple, Fig & Mulberry were just a few of the fragrances available that I saw.
Packs of 27 tea lights of mostly Autumn/Winter fragrances I spotted at reduced prices. But, like the wax melts, there were more than one fragrance available so plenty of choice.
Not much to choose from in my local store, but reed diffusers in quite neutral, fresh fragrances were on the shelf. Great price points at £1.00. I find these are easy to store away for gifts as not everyone likes to use wax melts or candles, but everyone likes a nice smelling home.
Most of the scented candles I saw were the smaller variety (95g) in glass. At 65p and under, these were cheaper than what are usually sold in discount stores. How they smell, burn and perform I have no idea as I’ve never bought or used them. But still priced very well with many of the fragrances being identical to some in the wax melts and tea lights.
It seems as if Tesco are having a clear out of their own branded home fragrance products. What is good to see is not all of the fragrances are current or past seasons but perfect for Spring or Summer to come. Great opportunity for those who love these types of items to buy while at bargain prices.