“ Brand: Cussons / Type: Bath Cream / What it does: Cleanses, „
This Cussons Imperial leather double bubble bath comes in a bottle that is divided into white and purple liquids. Both these liquids flow in as you start pouring it in your warm water bath resulting in swirling bubbles that soon take over your entire bath creating a thick foam like consistency.
The smell is great and as soon as you take a dip, you feel the tingling and refreshing sensation. You feel totally cleansed as you brush your skin with your favorite bath mesh while getting soaked in the cussiony heaven.
This product is also well within any one's budget.
Ever since i have started using the bubble bath, I feel tempted to take the time consuming bath atleast twice week. It totally takes away every trace of exhaustion from your body and leaves your skin soft and feeling squeaky clean.
It's available in most local department stores. I usually get mine from Tesco. Cussions is a traditionally known company for making very sophisticated toiletteries.
I was just sitting here covered in a film of post-gym-sweat, eating cookies, as you do after a work out, when there was an almighty crash in the hallway. Well OK, I exaggerate, it was more of a dull thud. But I was still intruiged enough to get up and poke my head out of the living room door. There lying on the floor was a wedge of cardboard with a sample of Imperial Leather Double Bubble popping through it. Hmm, I sniffed my armpits and agreed with the letter box fairy. I needed a bath. But i wasn't sure I was going to let this purple goop anywhere near me, since most purple things seem to be the evil lavender (which smells of old ladies). Closer suspicious inspection showed this to be Passion fruit and Apricot Milk, the neighbours can rest happy, I will be washing after all... I tucked the sample under one arm and the cookies under the other, and headed upstairs to run a big fat bath. I'm the queen of bubble bath, and although I wanted a nice hour soak, I was kind of hoping this wouldn't prove to be something else I had to invest in, because there is very little space left on the side of the bath for more bottles. The sample bottle is like a miniature version of that you can get in the shops, split into two wiggly compartments, one filled with a white liquid, and one with a clear purple, which are supposed to combine when you pour them to produce myriad dreamy bubbles. I had trouble getting into the foil backed sample, but I expect a proper bottle might be somewhat easier to deal with. The liquids swirled round each other into the hot water, looking a bit pathetically runny, but started making lots of nice thick white bubbles. They looked quite creamy and inviting, so I was just as happy as usual to step in and wallow. The smell was nice, very like my favourite yoghurts, and both the aroma and the bubbles lasted for the entire time I was in there (nearly an hour). My skin feels clean and soft now, and I smell slightly fruity
, which I'm sure you'll all agree is nicer than a lingering smell of stale sweat. Well, most of you will anyway, there's always a couple of weirdos. A quick look at the Boots website informs me that 500ml of this usually retails for £2.99, which isn't bad value, I usually pay alot more than that for my bath bubbles. It also comes in three other flavours, named 'Tranquility', 'Unwind', and 'Replenish. What was mine again? Oh yes, 'Dream'. I'm not sure what difference there will be between any of these as the theme seems to be 'relax', but I assume they will be based on different fruits and smelly milks. I wasn't aware that you could milk an apricot, so it has been an education for me. All in all, good freebie. If in the unlikely event that I run out of bubble bath in the next decade I might just remember to invest in 'Double Bubble', though the mixing liquids shennanigans are a bit gimmicky. But I won't be rushing out tomorrow to buy some, even with the 50p coupon that came with my dinky trial. PS. Don't try the cookie eating in the bath at home, you get soggy lumps of biccy all over your boobs.
As any mum with young children knows, a chance to unwind and relax is a luxury that doesn't come upon us very often. But when it does you need a helping hand. This comes in the form of Imperial Leather Double Trouble. Another of Cusson's great inventions. With so many potions on the market to pamper ourselves it's difficult to make that choice, but during my last visit to Tesco, this particular bubble bath caught my attention. The packaging is quite unique and eye-catching. It has a totally different design to other products on the market. The bottle is very similar in design to that of the alcoholic drink Sheridan's. You know the one, with 2 bottles moulded together with the 2 contents separated. When you open the bottle and pour, the two liquids mix together. Well, this is exactly the same. One side of the bottle contains a creamy, white liquid containing moisturising milk extracts and the other side the rich coloured, fragrant liquid containing gentle cleansing agents. When these two liquids are combined, rich, luxurious bubbles are produced. There is one screwcap on the bottle and the idea is to pour the liquids into the bath in equal amounts. The design of the bottle helps greatly, as if by magic as soon as you start to pour the two liquids fuse together and a lovely lather appears immediately. Unlike other bubble baths, the bubbles produced last an entirety. They didn't disappear as soon as I stepped into the bath. The smell was also gorgeous and lingered in the room long after the bath was emptied. I have quite sensitive skin, and glad to say like all other Imperial Leather products, I suffered from no adverse skin conditions. My skin was left silky smooth and clean. There are 4 varieties to choose from: Unwind - (Orange and Honey Milk) Citrussy and orange in colour, surprise surprise. This was my first choice and it did live up to its name. <
br>Dream - (Passion Fruit and Apricot Milk) - This one is my favourite. Purple in colour and very rich and luxurious. mmmm Tranquility - (Green Tea and Avocado Milk). Green in colour, haven't tried this one yet so can't comment on aroma. Replenish - (Mango and Peach Milk), red in colour, again can't comment on aroma as yet to try it. I won't bore you with the ingredients, they really mean nothing to me as they are all in scientific terms and are probably all chemicals, but should you need to know the contents, I can supply on request. Now the all important bit. The price. Well, at £2.39 for 500ml, it may sound extravagant, but it's not. With so many in-store promotions on the go at the moment, you'd be silly to miss out. I bought mine in the 2 for 1 promotion, so it was doubles all round for me. For more details on this or any other Imperial Leather products you can visit their website, www.releasethelather.co.uk. I believe you can request free samples from here, so it's worth a visit.
One half is enriched with a moisturising milk extract, the other a fantastic fragrance and gentle cleanser that combine to produce rich, indulgent bubbles /