Asda Warming Cranberry & Cinammon Bath Soak Reviews
Product Type: Asda Bath & Shower
Description:Brand: Asda / Type: Bath Cream / Skin type: for dry skin and for all types
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Customer Asda Warming Cranberry & Cinammon Bath Soak Reviews (4)
by - written on 07/03/11 (Very useful, 43 readings)
I enjoy my baths and because of this I've been looking at some of the supermarket own bath products. I prefer Radox and other "luxury" products but these get expensive when used regularly so I've been exploring some of the cheaper options just as a way to save money. The one I'm reviewing this time is ASDA's warming bath essence. The Packaging ~~~~~~~~~~~ The packaging really isn't very exciting to be honest but then this is an own brand product and so I didn't expect anything fancy. Besides, the packaging doesn't affect the product itself and only ends up in the bin/recycling afterwards so this didn't put me off. The ... Read the complete review
by - written on 26/08/10 (Very useful, 62 readings)
My most recent review was about Asda's bath soak with rosehip and passionflower which I was sooo not impressed with. However before using that bath soak it was this one I was using all of the time. Despite me loving showers, sometimes you can't beat a hot bubbly bath to really relax your mind and body, bubble baths help in the pampering process to though. Lately, as I've said, I have been using this particular bath soak and it has been my favourite one so far. It is in fact Asda's WARMING bubble bath. This bubble bath comes in a 750ml see through plastic bottle with a bergundy screw off cap. Thanks to the bottle being see through you can see the ... Read the complete review
by - written on 02/09/10 (Very useful, 44 readings)
I can't wait for Christmas . The sights, the sounds, the smells - particularly the smells . One smell I have always particularly associated with Christmas, ever since my childhood in Germany, is Cinnamon . I picked up a bottle of this Cranberry and Cinnamon bath soak last Christmas, and being a bit of a mix and match person in the bathroom, have only just finished off the bottle. The bottle itself is clear, with a red screw top, and allows you to see the bath soak within, which is an attractive shimmery red colour . To use this, you simple need to pour a little under running water . The soak itself does tend to cascade out of the bottle pretty ... Read the complete review
by - written on 20/12/09 (Very useful, 18 readings)
I love my bubble bath, and Asda have always had good value range. This bottle contains 750ml of bubble bath, all for only £1. They usually have offers on as well like at the moment it's 2 for £1.50. The main thing that attracted me to this particular bubble bath is the colour: its a gorgeous deep red that looks almost marbled inside the bottle. The bottle is tall and thin, with a red screw cap so you can easily pour out however much you need unlike the bubble baths which give you those flip-tops which make you squeeze it out. I was also attracted to the scent. It's Cranberry and Cinammon and so seems very festive - in fact, I think Asda only sells this around ... Read the complete review
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