Nobody makes a bath fancy like Patisserie de Bain. Two new sets are coming up soon, Rose and Hyacinth. I see plenty of bath bombs and lookie-likies but the attention to detail and quality of Patisserie de Bain Bath Fancies hasn’t (in my experience) been beaten. So, as you’d expect, Rose smells of.. er, Rose in a not-too overpowering way – certainly we aren’t talking on a Lush scale here.
I think Hyacinth is my favourite to date from Patisserie de Bain. It does smell very floral though, so you’ll have to love that big smell of hyacinth. The best place to find a good selection of Patisserie de Bain is the Rose & Co website HERE but stock is patchy across the board. These don’t seem to have launched yet but there are others that look just as pretty. I think these make a great Easter gift if you want to give a token that doesn’t involve chocolate. I will warn you that the Patisserie de Bain Bath Fancies do have a little bit of sparkle in them (along with shea butter and cocoa butter) so you might look a bit like the Easter fairy!
Patisserie de Bain Bath Fancies are £10 for a box of three.
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