“ Brand: Radox / Type: Bath Cream / Oil „
I love Radox products and this herbal bath is no exception. I paid £1 for it which is very good value for money as it such a good quality product and you don't need to use a lot to create a lovely relaxing foamy bath so it lasts a long time and works much better than cheaper bubble baths. This is a really indulgent product and the bottle itself looks very appealing as the bath foam is a deep red colour and so stands out as being a bit different and looks really chic. When you pour this under running water it makes the water in your bath turn a deep red colour and makes lots of lovely bubbles. The smell is absolutely gorgeous and really does smell of jasmine and makes me feel relaxed and cosy and is perfect for a bubble bath. The bubbles last a long time and don't disappear as soon as you get it and they even last after I have used shampoo and conditioner. It really makes my skin feel soft and creamy and leaves my skin feeling moisturised and cleansed. I would definately recommend this for anyone wanting a indulgently relaxing bathtime. So indulgent you never want to get out.
Radox bath products can almost always be found in my bathroom and I have tried each one from the range many times. The main reason being is the quality and the value for money is tremendous, the standard price is good enough, but there are very often offers on these products at the supermarket. If I'm honest, it really doesn't matter which one you buy from the range. Although each one has it's own distinct aroma, each ones smells as good as the next and considering the retail price of around £1.60 for 500mls, you can afford to try them all! Right now, Tesco and Sainsbury's are selling these for just £1.00 each so this is a great opportunity to stock up on a few different "flavours". What attracted me to this one at first, was it's colour. A sumptuous deep velvety-red with a hint of pearl. When pouring under running water, it gives the water a red tinge and the smell is amazing. It's a very rich and warm fragrance which is what you might expect given the colour of the product. Bathing in this is an absolute pleasure. I find that my skin feels instantly soft and moisturised, and after I dry off, I can really smell the product on my skin. After using this, my skin feels smooth, soft and supple. I would definitely recommend this and I would also urge you to try others from the Radox range.
As a Radox lover I love trying out all the different varieties, most of which I find to be very good, recently my daughter brought me home a limited edition one, she had seen it when shopping and thought of me, how kind she is. Radox Indulge Yourself Herbal Bath with Jasmine and Fig Extract, is probably the longest name in the Radox collection and it doesn't exactly just slip off the tongue but remember it I certainly will. This Radox is a very deep red colour and it turns the water an amazing shade of red when added, it as the name tells you has jasmine in it and that is the predominant scent for sure. Just the aroma in the bathroom after I had poured this under a hot running tap was luxury, never mind actually bathing in it. Once you slip in to a hot bath containing this you would be excused for thinking you had died and gone to heaven as you breath in the gorgeous aroma and feel the silky smooth water flow over you, this really is a luxury and I hope that it becomes a main stream radox and not limited edition as the bottle suggests. This Radox gives you not only a lovely scent and silky smooth soft water but it also generates a load of bubbles and ones that last not disappear as soon as you get in. A bottle of this Radox will set you back around £1.50 to £1.70 depending where you buy from, this is the typical price for all Radox bubble baths but be sure to look out for Asda two for £2 offer, I regularly stock up when it is on. This is a Radox I would certainly recommend everyone tried, whether you have liked Radox products in the past like me or whether you maybe haven't tried one or haven't been taken by them, this is one you will love for sure!
Radox Indulge Yourself Herbal Bath with Jasmine and Fig Extract Description: Brand: Radox / Type: Bath Cream Myself and Mr Siamese are both big fans of bubble baths and like to use ones which create heaps of bubbles and smell great. Our favourites are usually from Lush but we also like Radox and buy it frequently. There are loads of different varieties around, but this one stands out a little because of its fabulous deep red colour, which looks like a glossy red wine. As with all Radox bubble baths, it comes in a see through plastic bottle with a screw top lid and the Radox logo on the front. A bottle costs around £1.85 but I have seen these on special offer so look out for them. It can be purchased from supermarkets and chemists. This is a limited edition scent but has been around for a few months so hopefully I will be able to buy it for a while yet as it is a lovely scent. Containing Jasmine and Fig Extract, this bubble bath has a very fruity scent which isn't too sweet, but instead, smells sensual and delicious. Radox is usually good for bubbles and this one is no exception, within minutes, there are heaps of fluffy bubbles and the bath water has turned a lovely shade of pink (this doesn't stain skin or baths!). The water is softened by the bubble bath and is is lovely to relax into and lie there inhaling the great scent. My only criticism is that the fragrance doesn't linger on your skin once you have got out of the bath and got dried. Ideally, this bubble bath should be enjoyed by candlelight, with a glass of wine and at least half an hour to yourself! Because this is a limited edition, you are likely to find that it disappears soon so take my advice, pop out and stock up on it now, before it's too late. 4 Dooyoo stars from me, simply because the scent doesn't linger on skin.
Bubbles are my cat's favourite. He sits on the end of the bath tub and checks out the temperature of the bath water and then dips his paw in to taste the bubbles! (not recommended really)... Anywho, I always ask for Radox bath producs for birthday and Christmas and am never disappointed by its quality. A good soak is good for the soul I think and this Radox is from the indulge range and although it is also limited edition I hope they make it part of the permanent range as it smells divine and leaves you totally relaxed. Add it to the bath water as you run from the start and you will not be disappointed by the mass of bubbles your bath achieves! They last a decent amount of time too whilst you soak. One of the ingredients in this bubble bath is jasmine and that's often a fragrance I go for in perfumes so I knew I was on to a winner when I took this out of the stash I got from previously mentioned presents. It's a deep red colour and turns the bath water a delighful pinky colour which is wonderful for all those pink-loving girlies out there.
Like a lot of busy women i love to relax in an aroma filled bathroom and unwind from a hectic day. I tend to be a bit heavy handed when it comes to my bath bubbles so they don't last me long hence why i am reluctant to spend too much. I have tried quite a range from Tescos right up to more premium brands like Molton Brown and Clarins. Compared with these more expensive brands Radox is a steal - i can't remember exactly how much it was but i never buy them unless they have an offer on - i usually shop at tesco so it was probably on some sort of two for £x deal and i know it was around Valentine's Day that i bought them as i remember buying some candles too. I'm a big fan of sensual oils like jasmine and ylang ylang so as this one had jasmine in it i was instantly attracted to it, although to be honest i was a bit sceptical about the fig part as i've never actually smelt fig! As i poured it into the bath it bubbled up really nicely (mind you with the amount i put it in should lol) and the bathroom smelt absolutely amazing! I realxed into the bath and i can definitely say it was very calming and serene. I would definitely recommend this bath product.
I have always loved Radox, used by my parents when I was a wee nipper. I think everyones has used Radox at some point in their life. I must admit I am not a huge fan of the bath salt, or any other bath salt brand as I find it dries my hair out but I loved the relaxing aroma it produced. So when they bought out the bubble bath range I was over the moon and have been using it ever since. This one is definitely my favourite aroma, so indulgent and exotic, i love the fact it turns the bath water red as well! It's avilable at most retailers stocking health and beauty items and is well priced around £2.00 and you really don't need that much in your bath either. It certainly is relaxing, true aroma therapy. My fella is a huge fan of the muscle soak as he sometimes suffers with his back. Its a well trusted brand with top quality products. Would be hard to find anything that can beat this product.
The question is - Are there any better bubble bath products on the market today? The answer is a most definite no. The rado indulge yourself range features some absoloutely brilliant products. I for one love every one of them. The nicest feeling in the world is coming home from a hard days work and running a bath with a little bit of radox bubble bath in it. The smell from the bubble bath is extraordinary. The Jasmine and fig extract really help to relax mind body and soul. One of the best features of the product is the way that it mixes with the water as well. There is no doubt that the way this bubble bath mixes is certainly the best i have ever seen, I also enjoy the fact that the bubble bath is not too expensive either compared to other products on the market. I would say that this is certainly worth buying simply for the great feeling you get when you step into a nice warm bath with this inside.
I was never a fan of baths as a youngster, much preferring the quick dash in and out of the shower and then back to whatever I was doing again. However, as I've become a mum and consequently busy all day, I've come to treasure my peace and quiet in the evenings, especially when Daddy2harry whisks him off to his grandparents for a couple of evenings a week, leaving me home alone...bliss! In these rare alone times, I like to run a deep bath and relax until the last minute possible, so I also like to make the bath as luxurious as possible too, but I don't like to spend too much on it. A few weeks ago, Boots had an offer on bottles of Radox bubble baths, selling them at just £1 each. After a while sniffing each one, I chose my 2 favourites. The first was a lovely delicate rose one which I adored, but Harry then poured down the plughole the next day to my horror. So onto the second bottle. This one was a real dark red colour and apparently contained Jasmine and Fig Extract, and is also a Limited Edition fragrance which is part of the Indulge Yourself range of Radox products. Upon opening the bottle again, I wasn't as keen on this as my other one that was wasted, but I had to give it a go as I had nothing else! The bottle itself is the same design as all of the other Radox products available, with its long rectangular bottle and grey screwable lid. It has the green Radox logo at the top and then some information about the scent and what it contains. There is also a few flower petals on the bottle giving it a nice feminine look. It does look very luxurious and much more expensive that what I paid for it, so I hoped it would be worth it as well! The deep red colour of the bubble bath looks fantastic through the bottle, and I was intrigued to see what colour it would turn my bath water! When you open up the bottle, the gorgeous scent hits you straight away. It is quite a sweet and floral smell, which is actually quite intense for a bubble bath. When you really inhale the smell, it can be very strong, so I suggest just a slight sniff will easily portray the lovely smell. When I poured it into my bath, I noticed how lovely and thick the bubble bath was, it left the bottle very slowly and glooped into the running water. I like to pour bubble baths directly into the running water as I find the smell gets much more potent in the bathroom, and also it creates more bubbles, yay! I didn't put too much in because it was so thick, and quickly the bubbles appeared as well as an amazing smell. Yum. Despite the real deep darkness of the red mixture, my bathwater quickly became a soft baby pink colour which looked lovely and inviting! As I mentioned the smell was just delicious, I could have sat in that room just for the smell for ages lol. It was so flowery and beautiful, it was definitely the Jasmine coming through because I have no idea at all what on earth a Fig smells like...except when it comes in a Fig Roll...yum. Apparently as well as the Jasmine and Fig Extract, the bubble bath contains lots of other herbs and minerals so its pretty good for you and your precious skin! Sounds good to me! As I laid in the bath, all I could smell was the lovely jasmine fragrance and I must admit it was very relaxing. Even after quite a while, the bubbles were still there in the bath and the smell was just as strong as ever so I was immediately impressed by the Radox brand for producing such a good quality product. When I had finished my bath, I emptied it as normal, and it didn't leave any residue or anything on the bath. The smell encompassed the upstairs of my house and even my other half said the jasmine smell was lovely! My skin felt very soft, the lovely smell and bubbles left me feeling really relaxed like I'd really been chilled out, and I really enjoyed my bath! I'd definitely recommend it to anyone who enjoys a luxurious and heavenly bath for a great price, it's just brilliant! As I mentioned, I got this on offer from Boots for £1 for a 500ml bottle, but the regular price is £1.69, and I'd certainly pay that for it because it is a gorgeous product that will become a permanent fixture in my bathroom. However, its worth remembering that this is a Limited Edition fragrance, so I don't know how long its going to be around for. Official website: http://www.radox.com Thank you for reading.