Sainsburys Lilac Bath Creme Reviews
Product Type: Sainsbury's Bath / Shower
Description:Brand: Sainsbury's / Texture: Cream / Type: Bath Cream / Subcategory: Bath Cream / Oil
Newest Review: ... at 76p for 1 litre it seemed worth a try. The look: The packaging is sturdy and functional - it features a clear lid and ... more
Customer Sainsburys Lilac Bath Creme Reviews (6)
by - written on 18/03/12 (Very useful, 40 readings)
I have been using shop's own bubble baths and bath cremes for a while as I find other brands a bit too expensive. I usually shop in Tesco or Asda but recently went to Sainsburys and bought two bottles of their bath creme. They had two different varieties - their White variety and this Lilac creme. This product was the cheapest available in this department. The product comes in a large 1 litre sized bottle. I'm thrilled about the size since I've noticed lots of companies downsizing their products and raising their prices at the same time. However, you get a huge helping of this bath creme so I'm very pleased about that. The hard plastic bottle is semi-opaque ... Read the complete review
by - written on 27/05/13 (Very useful, 56 readings)
I admit that I am a little odd when it comes to bath products and although I splurge on expensive bath products from the likes of Elemis, Molton Brown and Lush on a semi-regular basis, I was beginning to resent paying inflated prices for Radox and Imperial Leather for more bog standard, everyday baths and decided to see what else what out there. On searching for bubble bath on the Sainsburys' website I stumbled across this Lilac Bath Creme and despite not having huge hopes for it, I decided that it was worth a try at a very reasonable 76p for 1 litre (8p per 100ml, compared to the 38p per 100ml that Radox works out as). Packaging & Other Important ... Read the complete review
by - written on 30/10/11 (Very useful, 56 readings)
Sainsburys lilac bath crème I usually do my shopping in Sainsburys so it always seems logical to pick up any bubble bath we might need. This is the lilac bath crème although there are other scents in the range. WHAT IS IT? This is a bath cream which is apparently formulated to be kind to the skin, is suitable for the whole family, and can be used every day (good thing!).It promises to gently cleanse and soften the skin so I am hoping for some moisturising while I bathe. The product is also pH balanced and parabem free, so I am assuming this is a good thing since it tells me this! PRODUCT AND ... Read the complete review
by - written on 17/10/12 (Very useful, 51 readings)
Although we do have a shower at home, we tend to use our bath a lot particularly at this time of year when the nights are drawing in and the weather is getting colder. Although admittedly we would prefer to use a branded bath soak every day, in reality that can be quite expensive. Therefore we approached our Sainsburys store with trepidation to find an alternative. Sainsburys own products are, in my opinion very good and so when we saw a bottle of this Lilac Bath Soak we chucked a bottle into our trolley eager to try it out when we got home. This bath soak is very simply packaged in an opaque white plastic bottle which is simply decorated with a group of ... Read the complete review
by - written on 19/12/12 (Very useful, 9 readings)
I buy this bath creme mainly due to the price and for something that is basically to add bubbles to the bath to amuse the children; I am not going to pay a huge amount for that. This 1 litre bottle of bath Creme cost 79p from Sainsbury's and that is a price I am happy to pay. The bubble bath itself is a white cream that is slightly pearlescent, it says on the back that it is kind to the skin, my daughter has eczema and we don't use it anymore for her as it does seem to aggravate her skin a little. The front lets you know that it is ph balanced and Paraben free, whatever that is! There are a few green teardrop shapes on the front which are in the same colour as the green . Read the complete review
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