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This is probably the best bubble bath I've ever bought. I normally buy a lot of Lush bubble bars but I do like to have a back-up bottle of bubbly in the cupboard, just in case I run out.
I bought this one purely as it was on offer whilst I was browsing in my local supermarket. I like to buy a different brand each time I buy one as I like to have a change.
The description on the bottle really does sell the product and as the name suggests, it really does make you feel as "snug as a bug". The Vanilla Milk and Honey fragrance is a warm and comforting smell, I can't resist having a whiff before I pour it under the running water.
You don't need to use too much, I normally pour for no more than 2 seconds then mix it well with the water using my hands so that the cream dissolves and creates lovely soft bubbles. Once my bath is ready, I light some candles, put on some relaxing music and get in. I don't use anything else like gel or soap as there's enough moisture for your skin to absorb that yummy fragrance.
Normally when I get out the bath I use baby oil as my skin is quite dry, but using this bath cream I don't need to. It leaves my skin feeling soft and lightly fragranced. I especially like to use this when I've had a rubbish day or I'm ill with a cold/flu as it makes me feel a bit better.
The only bad thing about this one is that it can be hard to find. So far I've only found it in Asda and Bodycare. It's normally relatively cheap though, the largest bottle being less than £2, which is excellent value for money.
For me, the best way to unwind after yet another hectic day at work is by having a long, hot soak in the bath. I have always been a sucker for bath time products, and reguarly stock up with new and interesting products that will enhance my bath experience. I always have to have a bottle of bubble bath on the go for my bath times, and so I chose a bottle of Imperial Leather's "Snug as a Bug" bubble bath as my next bath purchase.
One of the main aspects of bath products that I always look for is if they have moisturising properties. Due to having to wash my hands constantly with the moisture-zapping alcohol wash at work, my hands get very cracked, sore, and incredibly dry. As bathing allows my hands to get wet once again, I want to choose something that is going to be kind on my skin, rather than add to the already irritable feeling that I have got during the day. Therefore, I decided to choose this bubble bath as it promised that it would be moisturising.
As with all products, the first thing you will notice before opening it is it's appearance. This bubble bath comes in a clear wavy shaped bottle, with a pale yellow lid, which acts as a very secure and tight fitting screw lid. The lid matches the colour of the liquid inside, and the clear packaging means you can clearly see how much of the bubble bath you have used up. The front design is very simple, with a few stars adorned on it, with the company logo and product name. The back gives you all the usual info you would expect to see on a product, which I will elaborate on later. I picked up this product for 99p during a promotion in my local Tesco, but it is generally priced at around £1.47 or so for a 500ml bottle. The bottle suggests that, if the correct dosage has been added to each bath, the whole bottle can last for 15 baths. I tend to be quite generous with my bubbles, but this bubble bath can be used sparingly, as although the bubbles are not large and thick, there are a lot of them from a small amount of liquid. Using this product is easy enough. Simply pour under running water, and the bubbles will begin to form!
The packaging states that this bubble bath is comforting, and, it is a "bedtime in a bottle." It promises that the scents of vanilla and honey within the bubble bath helps to ease you off into a comfortable sleep after you have exited the bath, but does it actually work? In a way, yes. I am lucky enough not to suffer from bad sleep that often, but I found that this still leaves me feeling incredibly relaxed upon exiting the bath, which I always insist on taking not long before bed in order to retain that fresh feeling when I get under the sheets. For me, being relaxed at night time always leads on to me feeling the need to nod off, so I think in this respect, this bubble bath definitely works!
I often buy products based on their scent, which I understand is not always the best thing to do, but after seeing that this bubble bath had moisturising properties, the aspect I look for the most, I was pleased to see that the scent was appealing enough for me to want to use it. Snug as a Bug bubble bath combines vanilla and honey essences to create a sweet and clean scent. The smell is quite subtle, but it is still able to leave the bathroom smelling of it if you shut the door whilst the bath is running. I was a little disappointed to find that the honey scent was very weak, as the vanilla overpowers it. Therefore, this seemed to be more of a vanilla smelling bubble bath than one containing honey also. However, this was not a big concern as the smell was still satisfying.
Imperial Leather also state that this contains a "skin friendly pH" and is "mild enough for the whole family." When I entered the bath, I noticed that the bath water felt surprisingly soft, which immediately I put down to the new bubble bath I had decided to pour in. Touching these bubbles with your fingers will alert you to the creamy, smooth feeling inside of them. Rub a handful of bubbles into your skin and it acts just like a moisturiser. Knowing this product is family friendly is reassuring, especially if you have young children that are particularly sensitive to many bath products. When I exited the bath and had dried my skin, I was pleased to find that my skin still felt very soft. The moisturising properties had clearly worked their way into my skin during the bath, and for once, my hands were actually a lot softer than they usually are. The subtle but charming honey and vanilla scent also clung to my skin for a little while after my bath was finished, although I have to admit that this was not for long. Although a bath always makes me feel refreshed and incredibly clean, this bubble bath seemed to enhance these feelings. I put this down to mainly the fact that I had been moisturised from head to toe during my bath as well as washing. To those who are concious about being environmentally friendly, this bubble bath container is made from recyclable plastic, which can then be recycled again once the bottle is empty.
Imperial Leather's "Snug as a Bug" bubble bath is highly recommended. Not only does it produce some lovely smelling bubbles, it leaves your skin very smooth and smelling softly of vanilla after you have exited the bath. This product lasts for quite a long time as using only a small amount will still produce a nice amount of bubbles, although it all depends on how sparingly you decide to use this product, and how many bubbles you prefer in your bath. This product is ideal for any member of the family, and is great for people with sensitive or dry skin in particular. It can normally be picked up for around a £1 or so, which is very cheap, considering how effective this product is. If you like vanilla scented products, and are looking for something to leave your skin feeling smooth after you have had a bath, then I would strongly recommend this. I will definitely be treating my skin to it again!
I love spending time in the bath, I go through bubble bath at an alarming rate so I am always looking for a bargain. I picked this up in Asda for only a £1. It is always on offer in most supermarkets and Boots.
The bubble bath comes in a plastic bottle which has a 'twisted' shape meaning that it is easy to hold. The bottle is see through and you can see how much bubble bath you have left. You get 500ml of the product which means it is excellent value for money.
Imperial Leather describe this bubble bath as a vanilla milk and honey bath foam. When I opened the cap I thought it smelt like Horlicks, for this reason I love it, I am convinced this makes me sleepy and for this reason I use it before bed to relax. To use this bubble bath you simply pour it under running water. The bubble bath has a thick consistency therefore you only need a small amount. You get masses of bubbles from this product. As I have said in my other reviews for bubble baths I love to spend an hour or so in the bath so long lasting bubbles are a must for me, after lying in the bath for an hour there were still bubbles! This really impressed me as more expensive products don't tend to last as long.
I would give this bubble bath 5 out of 5, the smell lasts for a long time while your soaking in the bath and it is one of the best foaming bubble baths I have tried. This bubble bath always leaves my skin soft and smooth. For the price this is a bargain you get a good 20 or so baths out of a bottle!
As I am always on the hunt for a nice bath foam I was pleased when I came across this one on offer. The brand is Imperial Leather and the name is Snug as a Bug so I was expecting good things from it. I am pleased to say it was just as good as the name suggests.
The bath foam comes in a plastic bottle which is a pale orange colour. The front of the bottle has the Imperial Leather logo on it and a small picture of silvery stars, below this picture is the snug as a bug logo. The back of the bottle has a peach coloured label on which contains all of the product information and the directions for use.
The top of the bottle has a twist turn lid which is very simple to use.
~~USE AND RESULTS~~
It really is very simple to use the bath foam, a small amount is to be poured under a running tap. I would advise you open and close the bottle with dry hands as the top of the bottle is very slippery when hands are wet and nearly impossible to open. The liquid is easy to get out of the bottle as it is a good consistency, not overly runny or thick. I would advise that only a small amount is needed in each bath as it does make a good lather. The lather starts to form almost immediately when it hit's the water and there is a good amount of light bubbles and foam all over the top of the bath water.
The fragrance from the bath foam is supposed to be vanilla and honey but I am having a very hard time trying to smell the honey, the main smell for me is definitely the vanilla and this is quite sweet so it is not for use by those who don't really like the vanilla smell. The fragrance is apparent from the moment you open the bottle and this does intensify when added to the bath water. It stays in the bathroom for a good amount of time whilst having your bath. I noticed mine for the duration of my 10 minute bath and was still able to smell it faintly in the bathroom once I had got dressed and then returned to tidy up. The smell does not last on the skin once you have dried off but this did not bother me as I don't think it would have complimented my perfume.
After bathing in this and drying off I was left with a lovely soft skin which was very moisturised. It lasted for a good amount of time and I was very pleased with the results. My slightly dry elbows seemed very soft and not at all dry like usual. My hubby has sensitive skin and he has had no problems when using this bath foam. I have also been using it on my boys before they go to bed as the smell is very comforting and relaxing and they too have been left with very soft and cuddly skin.
The bottle size is 500ml and this would last for about 15 baths if you only use the recommended small amount per bath.
There are some claims on the back of the bottle and those include the fact that this has skin friendly pH, it is mild enough for the whole family, dermatological tested and 100% soap free. I am happy to report that I can agree with all of these statements.
The ingredients for the bath foam include:-
Aqua, Sodium Laureth Sulfate, Cocamidopropyl Betaine, Sodium Chloride, Glycerin, Polyquarternium-7, Perfum, Vanilla Planifolia, Mel, Styrene/Acrylates Copolymer, Sodium Benzoate, Lactic Acd, Tetrasodium Glutamate Diacetate, Propylene Glycol Diacaprylate / Dicaprate, Propylene Glycol, Xanthan Gum, Benzotriazolyl Dodecyl p-Cresol, Coumarin, Limonene, Hexyl Cinnamal, Linalool, Caramel, CI 15985, CI 19140
The bath foam must be used within 12 months of being first opened. There are no markings on the bottle to say whether or not this has been tested on animals or not and the packaging is 100% recyclable.
~~PRICE AND AVAILABILITY~~
I purchased my bath foam from Asda where it cost me 88p. I am pleased with this price and think it is very much worth it. It can be bought in all good supermarkets and will cost about the same.
YES. I am happy to give this bath foam the full 5 stars, it has a wonderful smell which is not overpowering and lasts, it makes a good lather and loads of bubbles and it leaves skin soft and moisturised. This is definitely one for all of the family.
One of my very few treats for myself these days is a good old fashioned soak in the bath, low in effort, time to read my book in supposed peace (of course doesn't always work out like that with kids in the house!) and very low in calories, have you ever tried eating in the bath? I will leave that for the Larkin's!
When doing my local shop recently I was more than pleased that Asda are currently running an offer on the majority of there toiletries section being part of an ongoing offer, with the bath creams and foams being sold for £1.00 or less, yes I did stock up, and this is the first review of many!
The product I will now review is - "Cussons Imperial Leather - snug as a bug bath cream".
The initial reason for buying is of course the rice, with this one being sold for £1.00 for a 500ml bottle, a good week and a halves worth with daily use, the second reason is the fantastic colour of the cream, looking to me very much like a light caramel, hey if I can't eat it I want to be able to bath in it!
The bottle looks very much like the shower gel version, but the lid is a screw of kind, this was a real bug bear in my house, as my kids decided they wanted to use it too, so with a very independent 9 year old trying to run her own baths, but failing miserably to either remove the lid or be able to click it back on, god only knows how much was accidentally lost through knocking an unlidded bottle over!
There is all the relevant information to be found on the bottle, with the statements that this is "family kind" and being suitably sensitive enough for the entire family to use, which is a bonus I don't like having to buy lots of separate products for different people.
There is also written on the bottle the final reason I purchased this particular bath cream, and that is of course the scent.
I have always been a little biased to foody smelling products, though of course anything sweet or resembling sweets is my favourite, and this one is truly to die for.
The scent of this one is vanilla milk and honey, which when being rubbed or soaked onto your skin leaves the most delicious aroma, very reminiscent of crème brulee, though my husband cannot understand why I want to smell like food!
To use you pour a small amount under running water (the hot tap is the best!), and I tend to swirl the water too (sorry years of trying to make as many bubbles as possible for the kids!), with this producing mounds of thick white bubbles and filling the bathroom with a delicious and sweet smell, I tend to get in before the bath has even finished running!
Once out of the bath and dried off the first thing to be said is the smell, this stuff lingers for ages on the skin, so I do tend to top it up with some vanilla scented moisturising cream, perfect!
My skin always feels nice and clean, with there never being any irritation to speak of, and my whole family does use it and they have sensitive skin, and again no problems are to be mentioned after using this product!
This really is a lovely bath cream that was a joy to use, and left a lovely lingering scent on the skin when finished, recommended!
For more information visit - www.imperialleather.co.uk
Thanks for reading x
My flatmate loves Cussons Imperial Leather Bath Foams and buys them for herself rather regularly. One night she came in, plonked herself with a cup of tea and smelt absolutely gorgeous! When I told her she went of the room and handed me a bottle of this on her return saying try it. This was the product that made her smell so nice so I couldn't wait to try this out myself!
500ml see-through plastic slightly curvy bottle and it has a twist on/off beigy coloured plastic lid to the top of it. On the front of the bottle I am told that it is Cussons Imperial Leather and that it is family kind, Snug As A Bug Bath 'vanilla milk & honey and that it is Comforting. On the back of the bottle other information listed includes being told a bit about the product, ingredients are listed, size is stated (as I've listed already) and contact details for PZ Cussons are stated. Nice bottle, easy to handle and of course it is as informative as it needs to be.
It is a runny, creamy looking beigy liquid and pours easily out of the bottle. It sports a simply gorgeous, warming and snuggly fragrance of vanilla well blended with honey. It's sweet and deep in fragrance and you really don't need very much at all to get nice white foamy bubbles and silky feeling bath water.
Laying in this is simply wonderful. The fragrance envelops you and it really does feel like your wrapped in watery silk. It's none soapy feeling on the skin and once out of the bath I am left with silky smooth skin and I'm highly fragranced and for me this is a beautiful one to use before retiring to bed due to its rich warm fragance. I am left fragranced for hours upon hours too which makes me feel cleaner for longer and since I've been pinching this off my mate my skin feels softer than ever! Perfect bath foam, totally feminine and gorgeous and when my flatmate's runs out I will certainly buy myself another a bottle! lol
Available in all good chemists and supermarkets etc and usually on offer in places at a pound a bottle though if not on offer expect to pay around £1.85 a bottle and of course other fragrances within the range are available.
This review is also posted on Ciao under this same username.
I'm a sucker for vanilla and love my long soaks in the bath, so when I saw this in the supermarket, I snapped it up. All the more eagerly because of the price- it was £1.50 for a generously sized 500ml bottle, which seemed like a bargain compared to the other bottles on the shelf.
Imperial Leather was a name I'd always associated with soap, but I was happy to find out that Cussons are just as good at producing bubble bath! You don't need to use too much of this to create a luxurious number of bubbles, and most of them see the course of my half hour soaks. The scent is accurately described on the bottle as 'vanilla milk and honey', a rich, sweet smelling combination which is perfect to help you wind down in the evening. It also claims to nourish and protect your skin, and I have noticed my skin feeling hydrated after using it, unlike some other bubble baths which have a drying out effect.
The bottle itself is nicely presented too- it's curvy and transparent, with a cream screw top. The bubble bath itself is as creamy as its scent suggests- easy to pour and not sticky or oily.
I would definitely recommend this product- it feels good, smells good and is great value for money.
The bottle is clear plastic with a cream plastic lid. The Front has the Imperial Leather logo on it with some stars in the middle with family kind written off to the left hand side above the stars. Below this is written Snug as a bug bath, vanilla milk and honey and comforting. On the back is a paragraph about the product, four main points about the product, directions, ingredients, address, recycle symbol and that once opened it needs to be used within twelve months.
I bought this bubble bath as the one I had was starting to run out, at the time it was on offer and I thought a £1.00 was a good price. When I first used the bubble bath I noticed the smell, it was very sweet and you can defiantly smell the vanilla but not the honey. When I poured it in the bath it was quiet a thick consistency and was cream and opaque in colour. Once the water started to fill the bath the bubbles started to emerge and there were lots of them, always a good sign of a good bubble bath. The room also started to fill up with the smell of vanilla, it was wonderful. I got in and enjoyed the bubbles and they didn't start to disappear as I started using other products, I know this can happen with other bubble baths. Once I'd finished and was all dry I noticed my skin hadn't dried up and I didn't need as much body lotion, always a good thing. Overall I recommend this product unless you don't like overly sweet smelling things.
Price and Availability
It is normally priced at £1.47 onwards but is on offer in Sainsbury's at the moment for £1.00. This product is available in most supermarkets, beauty shops and chemists, it's also available online.
As a working mother of two energetic little boys, one of my favourite indulgences is a good soak in a hot bath before bedtime. It's a real opportunity for me to lie back and relax, soaking away all my cares and worries.
I read a couple of rave reviews about Imperial Leather's 'Snug as a Bug' bubble bath and instantly liked the sound of it. I also liked the sound of the price - at the time of purchase, a generously sized 500ml bottle was selling for just £1 at Morrisons. (Even when not on offer, the bubble bath costs under £2 per bottle.) Now, I know some people feel more pampered and indulgent when they treat themselves to particularly expensive bath products but I'm the opposite. Many a time, I've treated myself to an over-priced Lush bath product, only to feel a bit guilty and resentful that so much of my hard-earned cash has been literally washed down the plughole and it has spoiled what should have been a relaxing treat! If I manage to find a great product for a bargain price, it makes bathtime all the more of a treat for me, although I'd imagine that not everybody feels the same way.
I'd heard so much about this product's wonderful fragrance so, as soon as the bath was running, I ripped off the lid. (Despite appearances, the lid just needs to be given a firm twist and then it pops back on after use.) I was a tiny bit disappointed with the very first sniff. Don't get me wrong - it was a pleasant scent but nothing amazing. Sniffed directly from the bottle, there is a faint aroma of vanilla and a sweet 'puddingy' smell but it didn't smell quite as appealing as the description of 'vanilla milk and honey' sounded. Once I added a generous squeeze under running bath water, the fragrance really came into its own though. Without wanting to come over all Jilly Goolden (remember her?), there was a definite chocolatey aroma released into the running water, mixed in with a subtle vanilla fragrance and I'm sure I could detect just a hint of the honey in there too.
The bubbles produced were gorgeous fluffy white masses of foam - much stronger than the effect produced by some Lush products which cost ten times as much! I've never managed to get that 'covered in bubbles' effect that you see on TV to preserve somebody's modesty, but this stuff really works and creates an amazing quantity of bubbles from just a single squeeze. Even better is the fact that they don't fade away after just a few minutes. Obviously, they did die down a little the longer I spend wallowing in the bubbles but they were impressively long lasting.
The gorgeous aroma also lingered and filled the whole of the bathroom with a lovely sweet scent, as well as leaving a subtle reminder on my skin once I finally dragged myself out of the bath. I can't claim that this has any particularly long-lasting moisturising effect on my skin but it certainly didn't irritate my skin at all and I do have sensitive, eczema-prone skin so I have to be careful with new products. Apparantly, this is mild enough for the whole family to use, being soap free and with a 'skin friendly PH', but as far as I'm concerned, it's mine, all mine!
This is definitely a bath product to use at bedtime. The bottle describes this as 'Comforting' and I have to agree - after using this I feel as though I'd been cocooned in a warm fuzzy blanket and just want to head off to bed and go straight to sleep. In fact, I'm planning an early night tonight and I'm already getting ridiculously excited about the prospect of a nice long soak in my 'Snug as Bug' bubble bath and then getting snug as a bug under the duvet with a good book! I might be old before my time but I'm happy!
Price: £1 for 500ml (on offer)
For: A relaxing, sleep inducing bath
The packaging is nice, a tall plastic bottle with a nice curved shape to it, making it just that little bit different from all the other bottles on the shelves. It's clear so you can see how much you have left at a glance. The lid screws off and click s back in to place, fastening fairly tightly. It's an open-necked bottle which you simply pour from rather than having any kind of special dispenser.
As soon as you pour this under a running tap it starts to create loads of bubbles. The scent is quite strong and really nice. It's a comforting sweet and creamy scent which is very relaxing.
It does create a LOT of bubbles, so you really only need to use a very small amount. If you use too much you'll have bubbles overflowing all over your bathroom floor. The bubbles are light and airy, rather than thick and frothy.
It makes the water feel softer and the bubbles feel smooth and silky against the skin. They do feel moisturising and conditioning to the skin, and seem to leave you with a protective softening layer on the skin when you get out of the bath, but not a greasy or heavy feel.
The bubbles last ages in the bath and I think it's very unlikely that they will disappear before you've finished soaking, even if you're a very long soak kind of person. The scent doesn't really last that long and gets light enough so you don't really notice it after a while, but it definitely makes me feel sleepy!
All in all I think this a very good bath foam at a very good price.
Thumbs up from me.
Whilst visiting a friend one evening, she recommended I try Imperial Leather's Snug As A Bug bubble bath. In fact, she recommended it so much that she went upstairs and brought back down a bottle of it for me! I like a good long soak in the bath, so she knew I'd love this bubble bath.
The lid of the bottle simply twists off, but putting it back on proved not to be so simple (or was it?!). I put the lid back on top of the bottle and tried to twist it back on, but it went round in circles (pretty much like when you try to take the lid off a child-proof medicine bottle without pushing down!). I ended up having to read the label on the back of the bottle... It turned out that putting the lid back on was as simply as simply pushing it down firmly. Even when I used the bottle a second time I tried to twist the top back on, but remembered how I'm supposed to do it. Yes, I felt a little stupid!
Imperial Leather's Snug As A bug bubble is vanilla milk and honey scented, and, unsurprisingly, it smelled exactly how it should... Totally gorgeous and almost good enough to eat/drink (not that you should in any circumstances!)
Snug As A Bug produces plenty of bubbles when poured into a bath with running water... Just what I like when having a nice long soak in the bath.
Some bubble baths tend to make me itch afterwards (I have quite sensitive skin), but I was glad to read on the back label of the bottle that this bubble bath has a "skin friendly" pH, is mild enough for the whole family, dermatologically tested and 100% soap free. True to it's word, I didn't itch or have any red blotchy patches after using it. The bubble bath is also helped by the properties of the vanilla milk (skin protecting & conditioning) and honey (naturally hydrating, nourishing and healing).
Some bubble baths can leave my skin feeling dry, but not this one. After using it, my skin feels soft and nourished.
I believe that the 500ml bottle of Imperial Leather's Snug As A Bug bubble bath usually retails for around £2.49, but can often be found on offer in various supermarkets & shops.
For me, Snug As A Bug ticks all the right boxes...
- Plenty of bubbles
- Smells great
- Can smell it on skin after use
- Skin feels soft after use
- Doesn't irritate
- Bottle is recyclable.
So, all in all, I would definitely recommend Imperial Leather's Snug As A Bug bubble bath and I'm grateful to my friend for giving me a bottle of it! Thanks Kim! :D
As every woman knows the ultimate bath has to contain bubbles. Due to medical reasons I am not supposed to use bubble bath or even shower gel but being a woman I just have to once in a while. It would be no fun or relaxing otherwise.
I made the decision on my weekly shopping trip that this week I was going to use it no matter what the doctor said. So off to the toilteries aisle I wondered.
I am not sure if everyone does this but when buying Bubble Bath and Shower gel but I smell every single one on the shelf before I make a decision and this week would be no exception. And I
am so glad I did. In my whole 27 years I have never smelt something so devine.
Imperial Leather is quite an expensive make and usually costs between £2.50 and £3.00 per 500ml bottles of the shower gel and bubble bath. It is how ever a trusted make and has been around for generations and is regualary on offer in Asda and Morrisons for just £1.00. It boasts of being family kind which has a skin friendly PH, being mild enough for the whole family as it had been dermatologically tested for being 100% soap free.
On the back of the bottle it states 'Wind down after a hard day with this slumber unducing bath foam. A blankey of creamey bubbles tucked up with natural vanilla milk and honey extracts, all help to guide you towards dreamland. It's bedtime in a bottle - Sweet dreams'. Snug
as a bug just smelt devine. It contains Vanilla milk which is skin protecting and conditioning with Honey which is naturally hydrating, nourshing and healing. And what a comination these both make.
As soon as I poured the cream out of the bottle under the hot running tap I was just enveloped in a fantastic aroma which made me feel so warm and relaxed. Loads of bubbles formed in the bath immediatly and I was amazed they stayed throught out the whole bath. I hate the ones
that are amazing in smell but the bubble just seem to disintergrate the longer you are in the bath or disapear as soon as you get into the bath. This certainly is not the case with Imperial leather.
Even whilst I was drying myself off and getting up the next morning I could still smell the lovely aroma and my skin was so soft. I would definatley recommend this for all the family.
I was so impressed with this product I bought one for my sister to try who is now an regular user of this product. And to be kind to the enviroment the bottle can also be recycled.
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