“ Brand: Marks & Spencers / Foam / Type: Bath Melt/Foam / Subcategory: Foam „
Of late I have been caravanning in Weston-Super-Mare with my mate for almost a month now! Originally we had booked on to a site that had a shower block though at the end of December through to January not only was the shower block frozen but in the caravan we had no running water and got blocked in a freezing van with no electric and allsorts! However the reason we came here in the first place was to visit my best mate and her family and we (at the time) were only a few hundred yards from her place! Of course I hadn't packed bath foam or anything like that and was able to bath and/or shower at hers and allsorts so needed a few items! Mooching through Marks & Spencers one day I spotted their toiletries and this at a pound a bottle from a store as good as this seemed a good buy to me! I love the scent of passion flower and when I shoved this up my mates nose to see is she would like to use it too she was well pleased so I grabbed a bottle to try out! The Packaging: 500ml see-through cylinder shaped plastic and squeezy bottle with a screw on/off lid to the top of it concealing a large hole. On the front of the bottle there is a label there and on that there is a picture of passion flowers and I'm told it is Marks & Spencers Passion Flower Foam Bath and the size is stated (as I've listed already). On the back of the bottle other information includes being told a bit about the product, ingredients are listed and contact details for Marks & Spencers are given. It's a nice enough bottle but nothing posh and really it's an economy product from Marks! A Bit About The Product According To The Back Of The Bottle: Specially formulated with natural extract of passion flower, this foam bath with cleanse your skin as you bathe to help leave it soft and smooth. To Use: Pour under warm running bath water and relax in the fragrant bubbles. The Bath foam: Fairly runny the bath foam is a purple in colour and transparent and of course it is a gel. It foams up reasonably well and it has a really rich smell of sweet and natural flowers to it. It's not a cheap smell, it is rather strong but rather sophisticated really. Sadly though although the initial smell is strong it doesn't stay that way for long and although a little white foam is achieved it doesn't hang about for long either. The water however is soft enough and none oily and all in all it isn't a bad foam bath however it isn't fabulous either! Other fragrances are available from this range and other types of products and this is only available in Marks & Spencers stores costing a pound a bottle.