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What is your favourite bath product?

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Mewe Sun 17-Feb-19 17:32:31

Currently using up my last “Shoot for the Stars” bath bomb. I love it because of the colours and the smell. I think it is meant to make the bath look like van Gogh’s “Starry Night”... although I could be v wrong!
Only downside is that it is so creamy that I keep sliding down the bath!

Which bath bomb/ product shall I indulge in next?

storminabuttercup Sun 17-Feb-19 17:53:00

Watching with interest. Not posh but I like badedas bubble bath.

Gershwin Sun 17-Feb-19 17:55:33

Badedas here too.

Veronicat Sun 17-Feb-19 17:57:28

I've just had a bomb cosmetics dandy lion bath bomb. I may have bought three of the lucky dip boxes for myself just before Christmas grin

allthegoodusernameshavegone Sun 17-Feb-19 18:04:29

We are a badedas and Fengal family but I like a bit of lush too

Mewe Sun 17-Feb-19 18:31:36

I have heard of Badedas but never actually tried it. What does it smell like?

BadmintonGrassRoots Sun 17-Feb-19 18:33:52

I treated myself to a big bottle of Badedas recently and it was worth every penny. Soooo bubbly and lasts for ages as you only need to use a little. My mum used to use it when I was a child (that or Fenjal would be on her birthday/Christmas wish list every year) and now I totally understand why after years of buying cheap £1 bottles (false economy!!)

Shylo Sun 17-Feb-19 18:36:15

We stayed in an Airbnb and they’d provided some Waitrose clementine and ginger bubble bath for guests use - it’s divine; rich and warm, yet revitalising and incredibly cheap at £2 a bottle !

Meet0nTheledge Sun 17-Feb-19 18:36:35

Lush Blue Skies bubble bar, you only need a little bit and it smells divine.

Jellybean100 Sun 17-Feb-19 18:37:03

I love bath bombs from bomb cosmetics. They’re far superior to Lush bath bombs imo. I also have some Seychelles bath foam from the white company which I use for my most relaxing/long long baths (Seychelles is my favourite scent mmmm)

Thehogfatherstolemycurry Sun 17-Feb-19 18:37:28

Bomb cosmetics bath melts. Not found one I don't like yet. Their candles are ace too

notanothernam Sun 17-Feb-19 18:43:53

Lush butter bears/balls

HaventGotAllDay Sun 17-Feb-19 18:48:02

Lush blue skies for me too.
Or curiously, cheap as chips, Radox herbal bath salts. Make the water soft and soothing.

NoNameIdeas Sun 17-Feb-19 18:48:54

Definitely bomb cosmetics...their bombs are amazing!

VanillaSauce Sun 17-Feb-19 18:50:20

Good old fashioned Epsom salts.

hopeishere Sun 17-Feb-19 18:51:14

I tired babedas and thought it was revolting!! Such a strong smell. Like toilet cleaner!

bakingdemon Sun 17-Feb-19 18:51:30

Neal's Yard do a very posh lavender bubble bath which is divine and so expensive I can only get it as s gift and save for occasions when I really need to indulge. Badedas for a normal bath.

YahBasic Sun 17-Feb-19 18:52:00

Molton Brown Rosa bath oil. You only need a small bit, so a bottle tends to last me almost a full year and the smell lasts on my skin for hours.

Aberforthsgoat Sun 17-Feb-19 18:56:24

Ooh watching with interest

rosinavera Sun 17-Feb-19 19:06:04

I'm watching with interest too!!

Plump82 Sun 17-Feb-19 19:12:23

I love anything that smells herby so Badedas or Radox herbal range. For bathbombs my favourite from Lush is Intergalactic. It makes the bath water the darks navy with amazing swirls of glitter and it smells gorgeous.

MudCity Sun 17-Feb-19 19:13:21

Anything by Aromatherapy Associates. The bath oils are amazing. Expensive and very indulgent but better than anything else I have tried...and I have tried a lot!

eyeoresancerre Sun 17-Feb-19 19:33:20

Jo Malone rose bath oil but it's £50 a bottle. But I've used mine everyday since Christmas and still have half a bottle. Teeny capful makes me smell of a summer garden all day and skin nice and soft. Just need to wait till Birthday for another bottle!

Mewe Sun 17-Feb-19 19:36:47

eyeoresancerre that sounds dreamy but oh my goodness £50 a bottle shock!

HaventGotAllDay Sun 17-Feb-19 20:09:59

Jo Malone products are massively overpriced. If you check the ingredients, lovely though they may be, they're pretty basic carrier oils (sweet almond, jojoba etc) and rose essential oils. The essential oils aren't cheap, but you could certainly produce your own product for about a fiver for the same size bottle and have enough essential oil left over for another 20 bottles.
Wouldn't be in a fancy black and white box sadly ;-)

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