“ Brand: Soap & Glory / Type: Soap / Subcategory: Bath Cream / Oil „
I received this product as part of a set of minis that I got from Boots and loved it so much that I'll definitely be stocking up. The smaller 75ml bottle (the one I first used) is £2 in Boots, and the full sized 500ml bottle is £4.99.
This bubble bath comes in the retro packaging typical of other Soap & Glory products, and has the witty name of 'Calm One Calm All'.
It claims that you'll be 'smoothed while you're soothed' and after trying this for the first time after a long stressful day I can say that it certainly lives up to the claim!
Pouring it under running water you can instantly smell the gorgeous sweet, flowery smell that is familiar from the rest of the S&G range. You only need to use a very small amount to get a bath full of bubbles which is great as it means the bottle lasts for ages.
The scent of the bubbles is very relaxing and calming, and its hard to make yourself get out of the bath afterwards! When I finally managed to get out of the bath I found that my skin was very smooth and soft, as if i'd applied loads of moisturiser, which was wonderful as I often find that bubble baths can dry out my skin. I also smelled great.
Overall this is a brilliant value for money bubble bath, as a bottle lasts for ages. It smells great and leaves your skin feeling lovely afterwards. I would definitely recommend it.
I recently found this Soap and Glory stress battling softening bubble bath at Boots and am now a big fan. The range is sold at Boots and at Harvey Nichols stores. For a 500ml bottle I paid £4.99 and I have had the bottle for at least 6 months now and use it every time I have a bath so I believe it is really quite long lasting. I usually use a couple of big pours into the bath and it always foams up and bubbles very well.
The product packaging for this range is really quite cool and looks very good on your bathroom shelf. The lotion is a pink colour in a see through bottle and on the bottle there are pictures of housewives from the 50's and 60's which give the range a very retro feel. If you want to find out more on all the products they have then visit their website at www.soapandglorycosmetics.com. They also have great little comments and phrases on their bottles too which I think adds to their quirky reputation. On the bottle I have currently is the following:
"Queen Elizabeth I wrote in 1598 that she bathed once a month whether she needed it or not."
The bubble bath claims to be a deluxe formula. It has a built in body lotion. I always find that when I put this in my bath my skin comes out feeling very soft and silky. The consistency of the bubble bath is much like a lotion so you can tell that their claims are correct. The lotion is said to contain moisture magnetising skin conditioners to smooth you while they sooth you, it is really true.
The smell is a very pleasant one. It contains lemon balm and mallow extracts. To me, it doesn't really have a fruity smell, it is more like a sweet smelling lotion like candy floss. The nice thing about this bubble bath too is that the smell stays on your skin for quite a while afterwards too keeping you fresh all throughout the day. After my bath I like to use their body lotions as well on my skin to layer the fragrance in.
Definitely worth giving it a try today and I'm sure you will not go back to your regular bubble bath.