Thursday, 7 May 2015

Mummy's Bath Time

The room was steaming up as the hot bath ran. In dropped a beautifully crafted Bath creamer. The room soon was filled with the soft feminine scent, as the water turned into a milky colour. I dipped my toes in, perfect temperature. My foot soon felt soft and smooth. Wow, these bath creamers know how to treat a tired exhausted mum.

 
When The Bath Mama asked if I would like to try out some of their range, I was thrilled. Something for me for a change, rather then the girlies. I do love a bit of pampering. What girl doesn't? They sent me two gift set. Both were beautifully wrapped in ribbons, and looked great as a gift, without the need for wrapping.
 

The light blue bow is the Tropical Pamper Kit.  Inside this kit you will find,
  • Paradise punch soap
  • Banana lip balm
  • Banana Colada creamer
  • coconut body butter.

This set really puts you in the mood for holiday. The lip balm is my favourite, giving my lips that extra moisture it craves, as well as adding some shine to them. The whole set moisturises deep, with the help of coconut oils. Leaving you walk away feeling like a goddess.
This set is currently on sale at £12.99 from £19.99.
 
The other gift set they sent me, was the Luxury Bath Creamer Gift Set. This consists of 6 bath creamers, meaning I could have 6 baths that felt like pure heaven. Each one had different designs on, and look so good, even the little hands wanted in on the action...
 
 
So what is a bath creamer? Well its similar to a bath bomb, but doesn't fizz. It is presented in a white paper cup, which you remove. Place the creamer under warm running water, and it changes the water to moisturising, silky smooth water, as it dissolves. Be warned, you wont want to get out the bath. They don't give off bubbles, so if you want a "bubble bath" this is not for you. However, if you want to feel pampered and special, this is for you.
 
 
Ingredients: Sodium Bicarbonate, Citric Acid, Cocoa Butter (Theobroma Cacao), Almond Oil (Prunus Dulcis), Cornstarch (Zea Mays), Geranium (Pelargonium Odorantissimum), Triple Rosewater (Rosa Damascena), Laureth-3, Parfum, Sugar Flowes (Sucrose), Mica
 
These usually RRP at £21.99, but are currently on sale at £10.99 and would make a lovely pampering gift.
 
 
 
 
*I was sent both gift sets complimentary, in return for an honest review. All words, photos and opinions are my own.

9 comments:

  1. Ooh, these sound amazing! I love a good bath creamer :D Nathan hates it when they leave that gooey rim round the bath though and I think I've cleaned it all off but not done a very good job ;) Hehe

    Louise x

    With love from Lou

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    1. Oh no. The key is to get it whilst its still soft. :-)

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  2. Sound lush hun, loving the photos hun x

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    1. Thank you. My photography course is helping already :-)

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  3. I've never tried a bath creamer, but they sound great (and look like something I would love to eat!). I'll definitely give them a go. :)

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    1. They really do look good enough to eat don't they?

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  4. They look and sound so good, and would make lovely presents too.

    #UKBloggers

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    1. They would make lovely presents. Handy that you wont need to gift wrap too, unless you wanted to. :-)

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  5. Ooh I like the sound of the bath creamer, I'm glad you explain the difference to a bath bomb as I am always disappointed with these whereas the creamer sound more moisturising. They would look very pretty too out on display.

    Angela

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