“ Brand: Radox / Texture: Cream / Type: Moisturiser / Subcategory: Bath Cream / What it does: Moisturizes, destresses, „
I like to take a shower every morning and night but a couple of times a week I like to soak in a bath and relax and enjoy a good soak. I am not loyal to any bath product and I bought this one because I hadn't bought this fragrance before and so decided I would give it a go. I have bought lots of bath products from this brand and always found them to be really nice products, so I thought I would like this one too.
It comes in a transparent plastic bottle with the name clearly on the front and can easily be spotted on a shelf. The liquid is a nice pale pink colour and it is a fairly rich consistency and not a runny liquid. It has a smooth soft texture to it. It has a nice floral fragrance to it and I can detect a roses scent. I really like the smell of this bath soak and it is a more feminine fragrance. It has a nice sweet aroma to it which is quite compliments the fragrance which well in my opinion.
I just turn on the taps and just pour a small amount into the running water and swirl my hand in the water when it has become the right temperature. You don't need to pour too much of the liquid into the water to create a good amount of foam. It foams up really well and creates lots of bubbles in the water. The bubbles do last a long time and don't fizzle all the time I am soaking in the bath. The bath feels relaxing and luxurious with the foam in the water. I generally soak for around 45 minutes or so and have found the foam does last for this length of time before they begin to fizzle. Means I can just lay back and relax knowing the bubbles are going to last all the time I need to remain in my bath without having to top it up to create more bubbles. I think this amount of time is an adequate enough time scale and around the time most people would remain soaking in a bath.
If you are someone who maybe likes to soak for a little longer, you could always just pour a little extra in the water when you add some more hot water but the bubbles may last longer but I cannot comment if they last longer than this time because I haven't soaked longer than 45 minutes.
The smell does last for a while too and all the time I am in the bath soaking. The bathroom smell really nice and this bath soak helps my feel relaxed and it cleans my body really well. I have very dry skin and this one hasn't made my skin become any drier than normal. My skin feels soft and smooth and once I have dried my skin it feels smooth and in the usual way it feels after taking a shower or bath. My skin does feel a little more moisturised than some other brands and I would say this one does nourish a little better than some other branded products and it doesn't leave my skin feeling tight. I have sensitive skin too and this soak is perfect for sensitive skin. It is a nice gentle liquid which isn't too harsh and it hasn't irritated my skin or caused any rashes.
I can detect the scent on my skin when I have towel dried my body before using my body lotion or butter. My skin smells more sweet at this stage and the scent becomes more sweeter than floral on dried skin rather than the floral scent.
It contains calendula and rose which gives it the beautiful floral fragrance. Both work really well blended together. These ingredients help for a relaxing bath.
For a 500ml bottle it costs £1.90 and I think this one is worth the price because a little does go a long way. I think it is good value for money and is very good quality too.
It is a feminine scent and so more suited for a female and I don't think a male would gel with this one because of the floral fragrance on the skin.
I recommend this bath soak if you are looking for a nice floral scent while taking a bath and the smell helps relaxing feel pleasant and uplifting. I will buy this one again in the future because it is one I like quite a lot. Radox products are reliable and this one is no different, once again it hasn't let me down.
I give this one 5 stars.
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I love a nice long soak in the bath and often try out new bath products to relax with. After enjoying so many of Radox bath products previously, when I found this on sale I had to pick it up and give it a try. I must admit the lovely pink pulled me in and it does look lovely sitting in the bathroom, despite the bottle being plain. I purchased mine from Tesco at half price for around £1 and usual retail is around £2 for a 500 ml bottle.
Radox describe this as a bath soak with calendula and rose will leave you feeling soft and pampered. It is a simple bottle that is a good shape to hold while adding to the bath. You simply tip some of the contents of the bottle into the bath while it is running and let it work its magic. While the mixture is rather thick it pours easily from the bottle. What I like is it leaves the bath water smelling amazing, but it does not turn the water an off colour or leave a residue at all.
The texture is really thick and creamy which I love in a bath soak, as I find they often the scent and bubbles have more staying power. I like to add a large amount of any bath product so the scent is more evident, and to create as many bubbles as I can. I do find that this produces a large amount of bubbles very easily, with just a small amount so there is no need to overdo it . The bubbles are soft and silky against skin, and there is no greasiness or residue on my skin or the bath after use. The bubbles do feel soft and comforting on the skin while I am still in the bath and there is a luxurious feel to the bath water.
I absolutely love the scent of this bath soak. It is really fresh, floral and sweet, but it manages to be very noticeable without being overpowering. It does not smell distinctively like rose if I am honest, but there is certainly floral notes that dominate the scent. There is a fruity twang and the different elements drift around changing all the time. It is a really uplifting yet relaxing scent that is really noticeable throughout the whole bath. Once out of the bath the scent disappears really quickly. This is not too much of a problem as I usually add my skin products after a bath anyway, and the strong scent during use really makes up for it.
After getting out of the bath, again I do not notice a huge difference to my skin. While it does not feel overly dry, there is nothing especially different from any other bubble bath I have used. The bottle promises to leave your skin feeling refreshed and soft which it does, but it is not going to be a miracle worker that adds tons of moisture as the name suggests. Again, while I generally relax with a bath this soak is nice to use but not any more relaxing than other bath products. It smells amazing and feels luxurious on skin, but is not overly amazing so it separates it from other products at a similar price.
I would recommend this bath soak, especially when it is on a half price offer. You only need a small amount to make your bath smell amazing and it is perfect as a bubble bath. It provides a large number of bubbles without them being heavy or leaving a residue. As I tend to swap between different bath products I find this lasts a very long time. I would say it is more suited to a female because firstly it is pink, and secondly the floral scent really is more suited to a woman.
As a rule when it comes to Christmas I receive loads of products to create bubbles in the bath as my friends and family know that I do love to have a nice bit of time out in a deep bath with plenty of bubbles. As such I don't stock up on products on the run up to Christmas but this year I didn't receive any bubble bath at all for Christmas and so was left short! As a bit of a joke for my birthday one of my friends bought me various different bubble baths to go with my presents and one that she got me was the Radox moisture soak bubble bath and this is my review of it.
Radox is a brand which I have always associated with bath time to be honest. I remember being younger and living at home and there used to always be a box of the Radox bath salts on the window sill as my Dad was always complaining of aching! I like the fact that it is a well established brand but always seems to be coming out with new products and fragrances and so moving with the times as well as still keeping their traditional products too.
This moisture soak bath soak is one of the newer more modern looking products and comes in a clear plastic bottle which is quite tall and thin. I think it looks quite modern and I am more than happy to have it on my window sill with the other bath foams that I have. I like how the bottle is clear and so I can tell when I am running low just by looking at the bottle quickly. The bottle features the green Radox logo as well as the product name and a picture of some pink and yellow flowers which looks nice and girly in my opinion. We are told that this moisture soak bath foam is a pampering blend with calendula and rose and as such is a feel good fragrance.
Through the bottle you can see the bath soak and I love that it is pink! I am a typical girl and much of my bathroom is actual pink and so it fits in nicely there! Taking the lid off you do have to pop your nose close to the bottle to smell the fragrance initially but it is a really lovely scent and you can certainly smell the sweet rose fragrance.
To use the product I just pour it under the running hot water tap. I used a good amount of the product per bath but I would say that there is enough in the 500ml bottle for at least fifteen baths. The bath soak immediately starts producing bubbles as it hits the water but I do like to just swirl my hand in the water as I find it produces more bubbles this way and I like loads of bubbles in my bath. The scent of the bath soak fills the bathroom with a really sweet pleasant fragrance which although smells a bit girly I don't think a man would mind using this as the scent doesn't remain on the skin after your bath anyway.
A 500ml bottle of this moisture soak costs just £1 currently in Boots and I have noticed that Radox does often tend to be on offer somewhere. At this price I think it offers unbeatable value really as it produces a good amount of bubbles in the bath and it actually leaves my skin feeling quite nice when I have used it too. It isn't a miracle worker and so if you have particularly dry skin you aren't suddenly going to be super soft but it doesn't dry my skin in any way and as I say it leaves my skin feeling quite nice and soft.
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When I've had a long day and have a few minutes to myself in the evening nothing could be nicer than a long soak in the bath with a nice glass of wine and Radox are the go to brand I turn to when I want something nice in my bath.
According to an article I read, "The first product produced by Radox was a salts foot bath in 1908 - nowadays it produces many different products such as liquid soap, deodorant, shower gels and a wide range of bubble baths." I remember my parents always having a box of bath salts by their bath at home so I guess this is why I am usually quite loyal to the Radox brand.
This bath soak is a liquid bubble bath that you pour into your bath under a running tap to produce bubbles. This bath soak really does bubble up, so much so that when I drain my bath water I am left with a bath full of popping bubbles that take forever to disappear if just left.
This bath soak is described as a pampering blend with calendula and rose. Radox say on the back of the bottle, "Inspired by nature we've selected and combined natural ingredients with our feel good fragrance to create this pampering blend. Your moisture soak bath soak with calendula and rose will leave you feeling soft and pampered.
The bath soak is a lovely creamy light pink colour and has a lovely subtle floral fragrance. The fragrance seems to overtake the bathroom and my whole bath and it makes me wonderful and fragrant when I come out. The bath is lovely and relaxing when I am in there and gives me a nice relaxing couple of minutes.
The bath soak comes in a 500ml see through plastic bottle with a screw lid at the top so it's easy to get into the bottle and pour out the liquid. There are pink petals and yellow flowers on the front of the bottle so you can distinguish it from the other fragrances and is a bath soak I definitely recommend.
There is nothing more relaxing than a lovely warm bubble bath and when I find the time to have one, I make sure I do it properly. And to help me with this, I bought the Bath Therapy Moisture Soak by Radox.
What does the product do?
The product is a bath soak which promises to leave your skin feeling silky soft. It contains Calendula to nourish and moisturise the skin, as well as including a sweet, floral, feel good fragrance to relax and calm the mind. The product promises to leave you feeling completely pampered and relaxed.
How do you use the product?
There are no directions on the bottle to tell you how to use the product so I use it in the same way that you would use a normal bubble bath. You need to pour some of the product into the running water and then just wait for your bath to fill up. Then you simply jump in and enjoy.
Packaging and Price
The product looks really pretty on display in my bathroom and it matches my colour scheme. The bath soak is contained within a clear plastic bottle through which you can see the powder pink liquid inside. On the front of the bottle, there is a picture of some falling pink rose petals and some orange marigolds. There is some more information about the product given on the back of the bottle. It has a pale pink screw top lid. The product is fairly cheap costing £1 for 500ml of the bath soak. It can be bought from most supermarkets, stores such as Boots and Superdrug, and also from a range of online websites.
Application and Performance
The product doesn't smell that strong in the bottle. It has a gentle, sweet fragrance which is mainly floral and creamy. It is lovely but I didn't really think it would have much of an aroma once it was in the bath. The product is easy to pour into the bath and you don't need to use much before the bubbles start appearing. I left the room to do some quick jobs as the water filled the bath and I was shocked to find the aroma had filled my whole bathroom while I was gone. It wasn't over powering but just very evident while still being light and creamy.
It's not the scent that I would normally go for but it is a relaxing one and it does make you feel pampered. I couldn't really feel the product on my skin much when I was in the bath but it makes lots of bubbles and when combined with the scent, it definitely made me feel relaxed and happy. The product didn't irritate my skin or cause me to experience any discomfort. When I get out my skin doesn't feel particularly hydrated but it certainly does leave my skin feeling tight or dry. The fresh aroma of the product lingers on the skin for a little while after you have got out of the bath.
All in all, this is a lovely and relaxing bath soak which fills the room with a gentle, floral aroma. It makes plenty of bubbles and leaves you feeling relaxed and pampered just as promised. Especially when considering the price, you can't go far wrong with this one.
I bought this Radox Moisture Soak before Christmas on a BOGOF offer in my local Tesco, with all the toiletries I was lucky enough to receive for Christmas it got pushed to the back of the cupboard and I found it the other week with about a quarter of it left.
Radox Moisture Soak Bath Therapy is sold in a tall clear curvy plastic bottle allowing you to see the pretty pale pink liquid inside, I like clear bottles as they allow you to always see how much is left. The bottle has a simple screw top lid and the front displays the Radox logo and informs the customer that this is Moisture Soak Bath Therapy to pamper your skin with calendula and rose. The front of the bottle also has a rose on it and states that Radox are "blending natural herbs".
The back of the bottle gives a small paragraph about the product and all the usual information you would expect to find on a product like this such as ingredients and warnings, all of this is clearly written for those who wish to read it. The back of the bottle also states that this is PH balanced.
The smell of this is very nice, its floral and despite being a delicate fragrance it lingers on my skin long after I'm out of the bath or shower. I would describe the consistency of this as a thick liquid rather than a gel.
To use I just pour a little onto a damp bath scrunchie and lather it up. A little of this product creates a lot of thick rich creamy white lather which when in the bath lasts the whole time I'm in there. It leaves my skin feeling clean, fresh and smelling great.
Although this is described as a "moisture soak" I do find I need to moisturise afterwards, having said that my hands do feel particularly soft after using this and my skin doesn't feel tight or dry.
I really like this Radox Moisture Soak Bath Therapy from Radox, it lathers so well and smells very pretty, in my personal opinion this is definitely one for the girls, apart from the pale pink and flowery bottle the smell is definitely feminine, there's no way my husband would use it.
All in all I would certainly recommend Radox Moisture Soak Bath Therapy , its available in most major supermarkets and places like Superdrug and Boots. Its currently selling for £1.90 for a 500ml bottle give or take a few pence depending where you shop, however its currently on offer in Tesco for 95p . I would be more than happy to buy this one again.
Radox Moisture Soak
Calendula and Rose
This lightly fragranced bath soak (bubble bath) comes in a 500ml bottle which is enough for 6-8 baths depending how generous you are when pouring. The liquid is quite thick to pour and you can therefore control how much you use quite easily. It foams well under running taps and the bubbles last well.
I have dry skin and find that this product does not make it any worse (some foam baths leave me with very dry flaky skin) nor does it leave an oily residue either on me or around the bath. This makes cleaning the bath afterwards much less of a chore.
The standard cost of this 500ml bottle is currently approximately £1.90 (Tesco) but is quite often to be found as a special offer as a 2for1, or half price. My latest purchase was 90p at Wilkinsons.(12.2.2013)
The packaging is a clear plastic recyclable bottle , the label has a picture of Calendula flowers and Rose petals, and the liquid itself is pink, so it appears on the shelf as pink,with a pink lid. A pretty bottle to display in the bathroom, no need to hide it away in a cupboard.
Not having a shower in my home means that every day (usually unless without a good reason!) I have a bath. This means that I get through an awful lot of bath products I can tell you!
One of the ranges of bath products that I purchase more often than not is Radox and thats because I usually find their bath products round and about on offer at about a pound a bottle in various places.
I only ever really buy branded products when it comes to toiletries and this range I find offers plenty of formulas/scents and is a good day to day, economical product for me to use.
This bath soak comes in a see-through plastic bottle with the words Radox embossed up the sides of it and it has a light pink screw on/off plastic lid to the top of it. On the front of the bottle we are told that it is Radox Moisture Soak, Bath Therapy 'Pamper your skin with calendula & rose bath soak' and there is a picture shown of a rose on there and were also told that Radox has been blending natural herbs since 1908. On the back of the bottle other information listed includes being told a bit about the product, the ingredient and the size is stated (which in this case is a 500ml sized bottle) and contact details for Sara Lee (the manufacturer of the product) are given. This is a nice enough bottle style wise and contains as much information as we need. I do like being able to see the light pink bath soak through it as well.
To use this you do as you would do with any other bath foam/soak whatever and thats to pop a splodge of the soak which is creamy looking and not too thin but perfectly runny enough under running taps. This creates a nice white foam to the top of the water which lasts welll over an hour in my long, lazy soaks and it has a lovely rather feminine fragrance of sweet but natural roses to it.
This soak makes the water soft, though not greasy. The fragrance is relaxing and not sicky although it is sweet and for me, although it isn't a favourite of mine due to the scent of it it is ok really!
When I get out of the bath I am left scented for a couple of hours with this, my skin is soft enough though why its called moisture soak I don't really know cos really although it doesn't upset my skin at all it doesn't give all that much either. Like I say though its ok!
Available in all good chemists and supermarkets etc.
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Radox has to me been a pioneer of quality bath products for as long as I can remember and although slightly pricier than some of their rivals they continue to produce exceptional products that justify the extra pence. I saw this bath soak in my local Boots and, being a sucker for everything pink was determined to give it a go.
The Packaging ~
This herbal soak is packaged in a transparent bottle which has the brand name 'Radox' imprinted into the plastic side of the bottle. The bottle is filled with 500ml of light pink liquid and topped with a pink screw cap to match. The front of the bottle is illustrated with the Radox logo and a picture to demonstrate the natural ingredients within. The bottle claims to contain a moisture soak which nourishes the skin using the ingredients of Calendula and Rose.
The Contents ~
This bath soak is of a light consistency which pours easily out of the screw cap lid when tipped. The liquid smells light and summary in fragrance, the smell of rose being the strongest of the scents, however it is also possible to smell a light soapy smell amongst the herbal fragrance. This is a lovely smell to linger in, and gives the skin a lovely soft fragrance, perfect before bed.
The Price ~
Being a bargain hunter, I usually like to buy this bubble bath when it is on offer however I have found this to be one of the best bath soaks on the market and hence will pay more for it when it is not on offer. This bath soak is currently for sale at the online chemist for £2.13 and can usually be purchased between the £2 - £3 mark.
To Use ~
This bath soak works best when poured into the tap flow when filling up your bath. I have found that a capful is usually more than enough to create a lovely bubbly foam which lingers well into bath time despite using soaps and shampoo to wash. It is usually best to swish a hand through the water having poured the soak in, should you like a really bubbly bath as I do.
Using a cap of liquid each time you bathe also means that a bottle of this bath soak will last a long time. I usually find that the standard 500ml bottle lasts a good couple of months, unless the hubby gets a look in.
My Experience ~
I love to have a bath not only to wash but also to pamper myself especially before a night out or after a long working week. This bath soak provides the perfect solution. The soak really bubbles in water and is thus perfect for creating an at home spa with the lights dimmed and candles around the bath.
It also serves to really soften the skin as it says on the bottle. This bath soak does hydrate the skin and leaves your skin feeling smooth and nourished after a bath, perfect when topped off with a small amount of moisturiser to really pamper the skin.
I have scored this bubble bath 5 stars out of 5 due to the gorgeous fragrance of the product and the fact that it continues to provide me with a pampering experience at bath time with bubbles that linger and do not disappear at the sight of soap.
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This is one of my favourite Radox products.
This one is a moisture soak herbal bath and is a lovely pink girl colour which looks really appealing and fun to use. This herbal bath is very creamy so when I first opened the bottle I wasn't sure whether it would be bubbly enough for my liking but it definately was. It looks very silky and creamy to start with but with a few swirls in the bath it transforms into loads of bubbles. What I love about it is that you don't need to use a lot in order to create a big bubbly bath.
I paid £1 for it which is great value for money although I know they are sometimes more expensive than this but even at £1.50 I still think they are worth buying because they last a lot longer than other bubble baths and are always really bubbly.
I really like this because it does feel like it really moisturises and hydrates my skin. My skin is always quite dry but after being in a bath with this my skin feels soft and smooth and like I have used a moisturiser so I have to say I think it really works.
The smell of this one is also really gorgeous it is creamy and fresh and quite feminine smelling which goes nicely with the girly colour of it. It has a lovely relaxing smell and almost makes me want to drift off in the bath so is perfect to use just before bed or if you are feeling stressed. I love the fact that the smell lasts really well with this and makes my bathroom smell gorgeous.
I would definately recommend this it is lovely and does what it says.
I have a love of bath products and since my favourite brand has not bought out any new products lately I have decided to start trying other ones out. My latest find was this Bath Therapy by Radox and the colour and fragrance name made it sound rather nice.
The bath foam comes in a clear plastic bottle which allows you to see exactly how much of the product you have left. On the front of the bottle is the Radox logo and the product name and at the bottom is a picture of a single rose in pink. The back of the bottle has a label containing all of the information, direction for use, ingredients and warnings.
The top of the bottle has a pink plastic screw top which is very simple to use if you have dry hands but this can get rather slippery if you let it get wet of have wet hands.
~~USE AND RESULTS~~
The use the bath foam it really is very simple, unscrew the top and pour a small amount under the running tap. The foam immediately reacts with the water and starts to form a lather. I noticed that by only using a small amount of the liquid I still got a generous amount of bubbles and lather and was impressed with this as some brands require a lot to be used to achieve the same results. The liquid is easy to pour as it is not overly thick. It does come out of the bottle quite fast to be careful when pouring.
Once I opened the bottle I was slightly disappointed by the lack of fragrance. I really had to sniff hard to find the very light floral smell. I did notice however that this did become slightly stronger once the lather formed but I still would have liked more of a smell. The fragrance lasted for a good amount of time when I was in the bath, approximately 15 minutes. I was not able to smell the floral scent on my skin once I had got out of the water and dried off which was also a little disappointing.
I am rather lazy and do wash my hair when I am in the bath and I do find that some brands of bath foam just loose all lather and bubbles once the shampoo and conditioner foam hit's the water and this on was not as bad as others but the amount of bubbles was reduced to about half after washing my hair.
Once I got out and had dried off I did notice my skin felt lovely and soft and very moisturised. I thought that this would only last for a short time and would go back to normal after a few minutes but I am happy to say that it did not. I had my moisturised skin right up until I went to bed and even the following morning it still felt slightly softer and moisturised than normal.
I have been generous and let hubby use this bath foam and he has also noticed the difference in the softness it gives skin. He was dubious at first as it looks quite feminine but as the scent is only very light he got on well with it. He has also had no problems with his sensitive skin from bathing in this.
The bath foam comes in a bottle size of 500ml and for me this does last some time as I do have over 25 other bath products on the go at the same time, (yes my bathroom shelf is crammed full of them!). I would say using this daily you would get around 3 weeks out of one bottle as you really only need a small amount in each bath.
There is a warning on the back of the bottle and this is that the product must not be got into the eyes but if this does happen then it can be removed by using warm water to rinse them.
The product ingredients for those wishing to know are:-
Aqua, Sodium Laureth Sulfate, Sodium Chloride, Cocamidopropyl Bataine,Calendula Officinalis Extract, Rosa Gillica Extract, Parfume, Citric Acid, Glycerin, Glycol Distearate, Propylene Glycol, Sorbitol, Butylphenyl Methylpropional, Tetrasodium EDTA, Steareth-4, Geraniol, Sodium Lactate, Dipropylene Glycol Styrene / Acrylates Copolymer, Limonene, Glucose, Sodium Benzoate, CI 16035, CI 17200
The shelf life of the bath foam is 12 months once it has been opened and the bottle is fully recyclable. There is no mention on the bottle any where as to whether this has been tested on animals or not.
~~PRICE AND AVAILABILITY~~
This and all other products in the Radox brand are widely available in all supermarkets. I bought mine from Tesco where it is currently on offer for £1. The usual price is just under £1.50. I think this is a very good price and even better on offer.
I am happy to recommend this product but I am not able to give it the full 5 stars. I have gone for 4 stars as for me there was a lack of fragrance. I think this would be more suitable for those who are not keen on much fragrance but do like light floral ones. The feeling it gave my skin after bathing in it means I will definitely be buying it again.
As much as I love popping into Lush every now and again and buying...well practically every bubble bar and ballistic they own that does tend to get pretty expensive so I always make sure I have a cheaper but still very nice alternative stocked up in my bathroom. My mom bought me this a few weeks ago when I was feeling very sorry myself and staying in bed as I had the flu and she thought a nice, long & hot bath would do the trick and sort me right out - and she admitted it was partly because it was pink hehe. Ive used quite a few Radox bubbles baths in the past and while I have found them to be very relaxing Im not always keen on the smell so in my opinion they can be very hit and miss. Luckily this one was a hit - in fact I think Ill use the remainder of my bottle tonight!
Price: Around £1 - £2 (Varies Depending On Where You Buy)
Stockists: Chemists, Supermarkets, Superdrug, Boots ETC
For: This particular bubble bath is designed to relax aching muscles & unwind tired minds - which most of the time is just what I need before bed!
You dont need too much of this each time you use it because quite a small amount will produce loads of bubbles and actually using too much can effect the results. Too much will actually make you feel more awake so really using only a small amount is wise. With a small bit you will still get tonnes of bubbles and the gorgeous scent all around your bathroom so one bottle will last quite a while - especially if your a shower person like me! When your not using your bottle store it in a cool dry place so the liquid stays that way and doesnt go super runny or thicken up!
The smell of this one I actually do like. I find with most of the Radox range that their scents are more masculine but this one is floral and feminine and proper relaxing. I could say in the bath for hours with this as the scents of rose and essential oils are proper nice and they do last on your skin for hours after your bath. This smells nice and is super relaxing so it is a great one to use if your having problems sleeping or unwinding last thing at night.
As I have only personally used this when Im feeling a little under the weather I cant comment on what it's like for everyday use but if you are tired, ill or stressed some of this in your bath will certainly help you unwind...for a few hours at least! I highly recommend this and even if your not a massive fan of Radox bubble baths I think you might enjoy this one as its much more feminine but still has the same great results. I was in the land of nod quickly after using this. Highly recommended - and its cheap too!
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I recently tried a different Radox product when at a friends and I enjoyed it so much & was thoroughly reminded of when I used to use Radox.
This Radox comes in a long tall plastic bottle which is clear and it has a light pink lid which matches the colour of the liquid within. There is 500ml of liquid in this bottle which is enough to last for quite a few weeks of regular soaks.
The liquid itself is quite thick and a small amount is required to produce a fairly good amount of bubbles within the bath and when I laid down I could feel my body relaxing right away. There was a lovely smell to the Radox which is a little feminine but still lovely and the scent lasted as long as my bath (a good 30 minutes or so).
I really did relax in the bath and while my actual muscles didn't need soaking that badly just myself in general I came out feeling lovely and relaxed and just spent the rest of the evening lazing around and enjoying the nice feeling my bath had given me. My skin was lovely and smooth after use as well which was just an added bonus.
This Herbal Bath Moisture Soak contains, amongst other things, a few drops of calendula & rose essence and is the perfect PH balance and as I suffer from sensitive skin at times and eczema on my feet I shouldn't really use anything in the bath but this didn't give me any additional flare up or anything like that so I would definitely use it again.
I would recommend this moisture soak as it just gave me a lovely relaxed feeling and the smell was lovely. My skin was nice and soft afterwards and I just generally enjoyed this. A 500ml bottle is just £1.00 in Tesco stores or www.tesco.co.uk and this is an absolutely fantastic price and I was quite surprised when I realised that this was all this cost as I used to purchase it a few years ago and was sure it was a lot more than this!
I am rating this bath soak 5/5 as there is not a single bad thing about it so next time you're in Tesco why not pick one up and give it a try? I'm pretty confident you'll be just as relaxed as I was after using it.
I'm not normally one for long soaks in the bath, but every now and again after a hard day at work it's all I want to do. I've bought various products over the years to use on such occasions, but as far as I can remember I've never thought enough of any to buy them again. When I saw the Radox herbal bath range on offer at £1 for a 500ml bottle in my local Morrisons, I bought one of each to re-stock my bathroom shelves. The one I'm reviewing is the Moisture Soak herbal bath.
It comes in a tall, clear plastic bottle through which the pale girly pink liquid can be seen, with a pale pink screw-on lid. The bottle is easy enough to open and fastens securely enough to prevent any spills. The bottle has a simple open-neck top, rather than any kind of dispenser, so you simply screw off the lid and pour the product from the bottle.
According to Radox, this herbal bath contains calendula, which is a natural conditioner to leave your skin soft and silky, and natural rose essence, for a sweet, flowery fragrance that sets just the right mood for your bath.
The herbal bath is a fairly runny cosistency, making it easy to pour from the bottle, but it's not so runny that you end up using far too much, it's perfectly easy to control the amount you get out of the bottle. As soon you pour the liquid under a running tap, the scent begins to waft through the room. It's a gorgeously subtle, sweet and girly floral scent, which is not heavy or overpowering like many floral scents can be. I'm not normally a fan of anything floral, but this really is lovely, almost edible!
Bubbles start to form instantly as you pour the liquid under the tap, and it continues to make more and more bubbles until you turn off the tap. You don't need to use a lot to get a decent amount of bubbles, but I think it's just down to personal taste how much you would use for each bath. The bubbles it creates are of the light and soft variety, rather than creamy and heavy, and they feel really soft and silky against the skin. The bath water remains clear so there's no worry of staining from this product.
Whilst soaking in the bath with this in I really do feel relaxed. Just lying back taking in the wonderful scent and letting the silky bubbles caress my skin is a lovely experience. My skin feels silky smooth and cared for and the bubbles last really well, there's usually about 2 3rds as many bubbles at the end of my bath as there were when I ran it.
After getting out of the bath my skin is left feeling hydrated, soft and super smooth, and there's no greasy residue like you get with many bath products. The scent also lingers subtley on my skin for a couple of hours, which is fantastic for me as I love the scent so much.
All in all I really impressed with this product. I wasn't expecting much from it, but I really fell in love with it, and I have to admit i've been having many more long soaks in the bath since I bought it! It's one I'll definitely be buying again, and I'd highly recommend it, though it's probably best left for the girlies!
This is a bath soak by Radox with calendula and rose, which is designed to relax you with a sweet flowery fragrance, and leave your skin soft and silky.
- It's very cheap - I got mine for £1 for a 500ml bottle in Morrisons. It usually costs around £1.50 when not on offer, which is still great value for money.
- You don't need to use a lot at the time so the bottle lasts ages.
- It makes loads of bubbles from just the smallest amount, and the bubbles are lovely, soft and smooth to the touch.
- The smell is lovely. It's a very delicate sweet fragrance. Not too sweet or overpowering, but more of a fresh flowery scent, which reminds me a little of those parma violet sweets you can buy, even though it doesn't have any violet scent in it!
- The bubbles last quite well in the bath, so you can have a nice long soak without them all disappearing.
- It does make my skin feel really smooth and silky when I get out of the bath.
- The bottle just has a very wide open neck to pour from so it can be difficult to only get a small amount out.
- The effects it has on my skin don't last long at all.
- Though it makes my skin feel smooth and silky, it doesn't really make it feel soft or moisturised, and it gives it a strange powdery feeling.
This is a lovely girly bath soak which smells lovely and does help you to relax, great for a girly pampering session, but it doesn't have any lasting effect on the skin.
Relaxing and moisturising bath cream / Use Radox Herbal bath moisture soak with calendula to relax aching muscles and unwind tired minds /