“ Brand: Radox / Type: Bath Melt/Foam „
I always buy radox myself when its on special offer in the supermarkets or in the bargain shops. The Spa range are also my favourite. With Radox bubblebaths you can actually really relax in the bath and do fight temptations to fall asleep! The smell of them clings to you for hours and does exactly what it should! This particular one is my favourite. ********** The Liquid Sweet smelling and baby green coloured. ********** The Bottle & Lid The bottle is a tall and skinny simple design with "Radox" engraved into the side of the bottle. The lid is round and frosted coloured. It bottle contents are 500ml. ********** The Front Label The Radox symbol is printed near to the top of the bottle. Underneigh it reads "SPA REJUVENATE BATH SOAK... Green Tea & Caring Natural JASMINE OIL"... Underneigh the main label is a liquid drop with the words "CARING NATURAL OILS" wrapped round it... The label is also decorated with outlines of flowers in green. ********** The Back Label To the top left of the label has a smaller Radox symbol to the front label. The label itself reads: " REJUVENATE BATH SOAK ... Run the bath, light some candles and step into your very own spa retreat. Remove the stresses of a hectic day and take some time to emerse yourself in our Rejuvenate spa inspired bath soak. Let the delicate aroma of Jasmine revive your mind while the green tea and orange oil leaves your skin feeling soft and completely rejuvenated." Under this it has the address for the website - www.radox.co.uk And the normal warning you see on many bottles: "IF YOU GET BATH SOAK IN YOUR EYES JUST RINSE WELL WITH CLEAN WATER" There is also a recycle label - which is great to see a big organisation like this doing its part in promoting recycling and helping the enviroment :-) ********** Ingredients In the middle of the back label it lists all the ingredients which are as follows: Aqua, sodiumm laureth sulfate, cocamidopropyl betaine, sodium chloride, parfum, sine adipe lac, citrus auratium dulcis peel oil, camellia sinensis leaf extract, jasminum officinale flower extract, sodium lactate, lactic acid, styrene/acrylates copolymer, polyquaternium-7, linalool, alpha-isomethyl ionone, hexyl cinnamol, glycerin, sodium benzoate, ci 47005, ci 42090 ********** Under this you have the other bits of boring info such as the suppliers address and Bar Code ********** Best places to buy Normal prices in supermarkets I have seen varying from £2.00-£3.00 but when on offer can be as low as £1.00. I normally buy the Spa range when its on offer but I often buy from other stores such as home bargains as if they have it in stock they always sell as low as £1.00 ********** VERDICT As I have said earlier this is my favourite in the range. I can actually relax in the bath with this, the gorgeous smell clings to you for hours.
Having only having a bath in my flat I get through an awful lot of bath foams and soaks and the likes and one of my favoured brands for quality and choice happens to be Radox. In my local Asda, Tesco's and Boots stores this is rather often on offer and one of my most recent purchases was this Spa variety only costing me a pound for the bottle. The Packaging: The see-through plastic bottle holds 500ml of the light green, creamy coloured liquid and it has a frosted twist on/off lid/cap to the top of it and then on the front of it we are told that it is Radox Spa Rejuvenate Bath Soak 'Green tea & caring natural Jasmine oil' and that it contains caring natural oils and there is a dark green drawing of leaves and flowers on there to decorate it. On the back of the bottle other information listed includes being told a bit about the product, ingredients and the size is stated (as I have listed already) and contact details for Unilever (the manufacturer of the product) are given. This is a nice enough oblong shaped bottle which is easy to hold and unisex in its appearance as well as well as being informative enough too. The Bath Soak Itself: The bath soak as I have previously mentioned is a light green in colour and all you do is dribble a little bit of it under running water. You don't need alot of this at all to give a nice white thick foam in water and the fragrance of this is basically very fresh and clean with a hint of Jasmine to it. Its very fresh and 'green' in fragrance to me and although it is nice enough and well blended for me this scent just isn't feminine enough. It turns the water soft enough though, is cleanly scented for the duration of your bath as is the foam and is a nice relaxing scent. This left my skin feeling smooth and refreshed without any adverse effects at all and left the scent lingering on me for a good couple of hours too. Spa quality? Not sure about that but its pleasant enough! Can be found in all good supermarkets and chemists and if not on offer will cost around £1.80 a bottle and other scents from this range are available.