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M & S Passion Flower Foam Bath

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Brand: Marks and Spencers / Foam / Type: Bath Melt/Foam / Subcategory: Foam

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      25.11.2011 18:33
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      Its another ok offering from Marks but nothing to rave about!

      With recently going to Marks & Spencers I now have a massive array of toiletries to review! I don't normally shop in this store as to be perfectly honest I always imagined the prices to be too high for me and my budget however taking a look around at the prices I was forced to think again and did grab some.

      I came across a load of 'Essential' toiletries in store priced at a pound each which I though was terrific however they had a deal on as well with the offer being buy one for a pound get one half price. Chuffed to bits I all but cleared the shelves not only for my use but for little stocking fillers for other people too!

      The Packaging:

      The bottle is see through. plastic and squeezy and with a frosted white lid to the top of it and on the front of it we are told that it is Essential Extracts Passion Flower Foam Bath and that the size of it is 500ml and there is a photograph of a passion flower on there. On the back of the bottle other information listed includes being told a bit about the product and how to use it, ingredients are listed and contact details for Marks And Spencers are given. Like the other bath products in this range this is actually cheap looking and economical looking packaging but its informative enough and simple enough to dispense the product out of too.

      Using It:

      Well this bath foam is like a runny, transparent purple coloured gel and you simply need a decent sized blob to get some nice and thick white foam going on which lasts over an hour per bath (in my experience!).

      The scent of this is rich and deep and smells like rich velvety flowers with a hint of a fruity aroma to it too. in my opinion this is a rather feminine scent this one and rather unusual too and I really like it!

      Like the other bath products in this range, it doesn't colour my water at all and although it goes a little soft not overly so and the initial scent does get dulled down rather alot when met with water though again this scent is a lot stronger than a few other bath products I have recently tried from this range to be fair to it!

      Once I have dried myself off I can delicately detect the aroma of this on my skin for about an hour but thats it really. It leaves my skin not feeling dried up or greasy though isn't a particularly moisturising product either. For me this is just a very simple and plainish approach to bath foam and at a pound a bottle is a decent enough buy though like I stated at the beginning of this review the Essential Marks And Spencers products are on offer with any two for £1.50 so if your interested in this now is the time to buy and try!

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