These little cupcake bath bombs are cherry and vanilla scented – thankfully (for me) very lightly so, but they’re so nicely packaged with a little sprinkle of glitter atop each ‘cake’ that they’re very tempting. And, I love that they’re called bath ‘fancies’ – that’s a step up isn’t it?!
Again, these fall into the category of ’emergency gift’ – they’re not something I’d buy for myself. They’re also not so glittery that the recipient will curse you for the bath cleaning. There’s no mention of the glitter being biodegradable which is something to think about now. In terms of ingredients, I am sure you know that bath bombs are made mainly of bicarb of soda, which is what gives them the fizz, but these also have cocoa seed butter, almond oil and shea butter so shouldn’t be in the least drying. They’re £9.99 HERE but watch out for offers as I’m sure they’ll come.
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These look dreamy!
They’re so cute! I really need to try having baths again, I feel I’m missing out.
On another note, have you seen the new cleansing sticks from St Ives? They made me think of you as they reminded me of the cleansing stick with rose petals you reviewed a few years back. I’m intrigued by the product itself but am also surprised that St Ives of all the brands have come out with something so current when the Apricot scrub was their main star. I suppose getting sued might have had something to do with it. It’s the first brand I’ve seen come out with a stick at this price point.
Lastly, wanted to say thank you very much for your feedback on the Olympus camera-it’s always nice to hear from someone who’s still using something after a few years. Have a great week!
Ohhh… no I haven’t – I will look out for them. Yes, love my Olympus, absolute game changer for me.
OOO these sound delicious! 😀
Awwh these are cute!