The Sanctuary Foaming Bath Soak Reviews
Product Type: The Sanctuary Bath & Shower
Description:Brand: The Sanctuary / Foam / Type: Bath Melt/Foam / Subcategory: Foam / An indulgent and foaming bath soak with a rich blend of Wheat Protein, Aloe Vera and Essential oils to help moisturise and soften your skin /
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Customer The Sanctuary Foaming Bath Soak Reviews (20)
by - written on 30/01/08 (Very useful, 59 readings)
As you probably all know by now and for those of you who do not, I am a big fan of the Sanctuary products, so here is review on another of my favourites - the Foaming Bath Soak. This product is great after a long day at work, just pour a generous amount under running water for a brilliant hot bath that will take you to heaven and back. When run, the bath is filled with aromatic, creamy bubbles, with soothing aloe vera and nourishing wheat proteins, to make your skin super soft and supple. I have noticed a difference in my skin since using this product and others from the Sanctuary Spa essentials range and have felt better in myself, although I ... Read the complete review
by - written on 15/10/07 (Very useful, 181 readings)
I am generally a big fan of products made by The Sanctuary, a wonderful day spa in Covent Garden in London (ladies only). Their products are usually good quality, and are available from the spa and Boots The Chemist. Last Christmas Boots ran a BOGOF offer, so it was no surprise that I received a number of Sanctuary gifts. Among them was a bottle of Foaming Bath Soak, which I think was only recently introduced to the Sanctuary range. It comes in a bottle of 250ml for £4.50 (although as I mentioned, I was given it). You can also buy it as part of many different gift packs of Sanctuary products. The bottle is clear, squeezy plastic, with the characteristic fish ... Read the complete review
by - written on 26/12/07 (Very useful, 133 readings)
I have to be honest and have never purchased any products from the Sanctuary Spa range for myself. The very name made me think that it would be excessively expensive and a bit of a luxury that I would never treat myself to. How then do I have this product? I received this Mini Spa Treats gift set from one of the children I teach at the end of the Autumn Term. This gift bag contained 4 products from the Spa Essentials range: Body Wash, Body Scrub, Body Lotion and Foaming Bath Soak, the latter of which is the focus of this review. - What is the Sanctuary? - I will keep this section very brief since I have never been to the spa ... Read the complete review
by - written on 14/11/12 (Very useful, 64 readings)
I love a good bubble bath in the colder months. When you get home and feel chilled to the bone there's nothing like a long soak in a nice hot bath. Alternatively, when your husband's dragged you up a mountain and you feel like your legs are about to fall off and your feet are made of stone a bath is also a good way of recuperating and easing tired, achy muscles. And on a recent weekend away this is exactly what happened! After climbing Haystacks I was absolutely shattered and every muscle in my body was aching and I couldn't wait to get back to our BnB for a hot bath until I remembered that I hadn't planned on feeling like that and so hadn't brought any bubble bath with . Read the complete review
by - written on 07/09/11 (Very useful, 77 readings)
I really love a good bubble bath, they are so comforting and relaxing and more enjoyable than just having a quick wash in the shower. I get through loads of bath products because of this, and I can't stand having a bath without bubbles, it is one of the saddest experiences ever. I received a free luxury bathing gift set from The Sanctuary range as a special offer when I bought some of their skincare products. This included, among other things, a 75ml bottle of The Sanctuary's Foaming Bath Soak. You can buy The Sanctuary Spa products through Boots stores or in Sanctuary Spa locations across the country. A full sized version of this product is 250ml and costs £5.10, or you Read the complete review
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