Fresh-scented and revitalizing, these newly launched fragrances are the essence of 'zen'
The scents are soothing and not overpowering
You might have to reapply throughout the day
Being Frenshe, Target and Ashely Tisdale's wellness line, is your excuse to indulge in a #SpaNightRoutine. (Not that you needed an excuse!)
Featuring creams, oils and body washes, to name just a few products, Being Frenshe asks us to take a little rest throughout the day to recharge with something pleasing. We're not sure about you, but the creams in our collection are low in stock, so...
What is the Being Frenshe Target line?
Founded by Disney alumna Ashley Tisdale, Being Frenshe was a pandemic-born project that asks us to take moments out of our day to unwind. Since scents have the power to affect our mood and connect us to the present, Tisdale wanted to create something that could help our overall wellness, the way lighting candles and cutting fresh flowers did for her.
"While on my own mental health and wellness journey, I discovered that introducing fragrance into my daily rituals greatly influenced my mood—whether it was to keep me grounded and calm or celebrate my confidence and joy," she said in a statement. "My hope is that these products will support your own self-care rituals—and encourage you to breathe in a moment for you."
After applying hair mist or scrubbing with a body wash, you'll not only enjoy the fragrances but feel good knowing the line consists of vegan beauty products, cruelty-free and paraben-free products. We're on board already!
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What does the Being Frenshe collection include?
- Being Frenshe Body & Hair Radiance Oil
- Being Frenshe Nourishing Hair Mask
- Being Frenshe Hair, Body & Linen Mist
- Being Frenshe Hand Serum
- Being Frenshe Milky Body Lotion
- Being Frenshe Glow On Perfume Oil
- Being Frenshe Renewing Body Wash
- Being Frenshe Multi-Tasking Body & Scalp Scrub
- Being Frenshe Soothing Body Serum Stick
- Being Frenshe Reset Candle
- Being Frenshe Milky Bath Bomb
- Being Frenshe Revitalizing Bath Powder
Being Frenshe scents
- Solar Fleur: a refreshing mix of bright bergamot, dewy orange blossom, coconut orchids and sandalwood
- Lavender Cloud: a fusion of fresh lavender, milky sandalwood and sweet cardamom
- Cashmere Vanilla: a warm and cozy vanilla with notes of toasted jasmine rice, warm amber and creamy musk
- Bergamot Cider: sparkling bergamot with a hint of fresh ginger, blooming wildflowers and cedarwood
- Citrus Amber: a vibrant sparkling lemon with zesty clementine, orange blossom and golden amber
What are the best Being Frenshe products to buy?
Hand Serum in Solar Fleur
A new staple in my purse, the Solar Fleur hand serum has become one of those items I won't leave home without. It's sweet-smelling, nourishing and the perfect pick-me-up throughout the day when I am craving a refresh. The only downside is that the application can feel a tad greasy—but that sensation won't last long.
Body & Hair Radiance Oil in Lavender Cloud
Hydrating and versatile, the lavender-scented body and hair oil is a go-to after hopping out of the shower, but like hand serum, it'll feel greasy until it settles into your skin. It's a bit pricer in comparison to the rest of the collection, but the bottle size itself is far more generous than its counterparts. So at the end of the day, it'll make the decision at checkout far easier.
Glow On Perfume Oil in Citrus Amber
Citrus Amber is sweet, refreshing and not too overpowering—it's just the perfect touch. However, the sweet scent does have us tap into a hygge state of mind, so I'm saving it for the cold-weather months and when I find myself a new sweater. Though you might need to reapply at some point during the day, you won't mind—the bottle itself is easy to store and fits perfectly in pocketbooks and luggages alike.
Renewing Body Wash in Bergamot Cedar
Customers love the revitalizing feeling after rinsing off with Being Frenshe's body wash, but this product is on the higher end of the pay scale in comparison to others. The scent is definitely worth it, though.
Reset Candle in Solar Fleu
This sweet-smelling, confidence-boosting scent will fill your abode with a dose of sunshine and summer. I wish the fragrance was a bit more potent so I could soak up more of its cool, refreshing aroma from a distance—it didn't necessarily travel as far throughout my apartment as I'd hoped, but I do look forward to making this a repeat buy when I'm at Target. And I'll likely snag a Citrus Amber candle since we're in the midst of cozy season. (You can never be too prepared.)
Hair, Body & Linen Mist in Cashmere Vanilla
Warm and cozy, this hair, body and linen mist is multipurpose and begs for a second purchase. Like the Citrus Amber perfume, I find this to be a more appropriate pick for the winter.
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