Product Type: Radox Bath / Shower
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Bubbless bubble bath
Radox Moisture Soak Bath Soak
Member Name: Torialou
Radox Moisture Soak Bath Soak
Advantages: Leaves skin feeling nice.
Disadvantages: Few bubbles.
RADOX - MOISTURE SOAK
I think we all know the Radox brand they have been around since 1908 and are pretty much a household brand name, their first product was actually a salts foot bath however they now make a mixture of bath soaks, bubble baths, bath salts, bath smoothies, spa bath cremes, shower creams, shower smoothies, spa shower cremes and liquid hand washes. Radox is owned by Unilever.
Until a few years ago I was a shower person, I really did not bother with the bath and did not understand the luxury of a nice soak! All of that changed a few years back after an accident, I had to use the bath due to mobility issues and since then have discovered how relaxing it can be to have a nice soak with some bubbles and a good book. Cue my sudden requirement for some lovely bubbles! Radox has been my main brand of choice, this review is about Radox Moisture Soak.
THE PACKING ....
The bottle is a bit of an odd shape to describe so I will do my best! It is about the size of a 500ml bottle of juice in height only more of a rectangle shape to it, at the bottom it curves out slightly. The top of the bottle curves inwards to form a neck. The bottle is clear plastic allowing clear view of the pretty pink bubble bath and is finished off with a pretty pink plastic twist cap lid. On both sides the bottle has the name Radox embossed into the plastic vertically from the base upwards.
The label on the front of the bottle starts at the top with the usual Radox logo followed by "Moisture Soak bath soak. A Pampering blend, with calendula and rose. Feel good fragrance". This is is then followed by a petty picture of various flowers dropping down into some water.
The back of the again has the Radox logo, just incase we had missed it everywhere else! Below this is an image of two leaves informing us that Radox are experts in blending. There is a blurb informing "Moisture Soak. 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 standard ingredients, barcode, Unilever postal and website information and logo.
THE PRODUCT ....
For me the predominant scent of this product is the roses which I would not normally go for but I admit this does smell really nice. The consistency of the cream is quite a thick liquid but it does run smoothly when poured but is thick enough that it is easy to control and not use to much.
There really are no instructions to this product, as with all bubbles simply pour into the bath under the flow of water till you have the required amount of bubbles in your bath.
This product has made the bath a wee bit slippy when I have used it so just a slight word of warning although I am very liberal with the amount I use and may be adding a little to much of the product.
The product does not add any colour to the water and does not create the most bubbles in the world but it does leave my skin feeling really soft and I do not require much in the way of moisturiser once out of the bath.
THE PRICE AND SIZE ....
Radox really varies in price depending where you buy it from, you can usually pick up a bottle in places like Home Bargains for around a £1. The RRP for a bottle is £2 for 500ml.
I would not say that this is my favourite of the range, the scent is a little flowery but it does leave my skin feeling nice. It does however not product many bubbles which is a little bit of a shame. I would give this product a 4 out of 5, if they just fixed the bubbles I would be giving it a 5.
Summary: OK bath cream.