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Only having a bath in my flat means that daily nowadays I have a bath which means that I get through an awful lot of bath products and which is why I tend to buy decent branded stuff when I see it on offer and Radox products are more often than not and this bottle was no exception being a pound a bottle opposed to closer than £2.00 in my local Asda store. Being a fragrance that sounded exotic and one that I hadn't ever seen or tried before I couldn't wait to!
The bottle holds 500ml of the bath soak and comes in a n oblong container with a matching lid/cap to the top of it. On the front of the bottle there is a picture depicted of a flower and we are told that it is Radox 'Limited Edition' Brazilian Fusion 'Revive your senses & feel renewed, with natural dragon fruit & camu camu berry' and that Radox have been blending since 1908. On the back of the bottle other information listed includes being told a bit about the product, the ingredients are listed, the size is given (as I have listed already) and contact details for Sara Lee (the manufacturer) are also given. This is a nice, simple but yet still informative enough bottle and in its appearance in my opinion is a unisex looking bottle.
The Bath Soak:
The bath soak is goldish slightly iridescent in colour and rather thick though it does run out of the bottle easy enough saying that. It has a rich aroma this one and is highly fragranced. We are told that it contains dragon fruit and camu camu berries but to me actually smells floral more than anything but beautifully so! It has a slightly sweet, fruit undertone to it but its really sumptuous and delicious in its scent this one and really well blended and unusual!
A small amount of this softens the water though doesn't colour the water at all and again, a small amount creates lots of thick and white foam that lasts well over an hour for a nice long soak!
However although this is nice and calming to bathe in and it leaves the scent lingering on the skin an hour or so sadly that's it. It doesn't particularly moisturise the skin though to be fair it didn't dry my skin out either. I loved the initial scent of this in the bottle and when poured under the taps however it didn't linger on my skin as long as I liked though!
This sadly is a rather an average bath soak which is a real shame as it had such potential!
Available in all good chemists and supermarkets etc.