As well as my Bath & Body Works Warm Vanilla Sugar anti-bacterial gentle foaming Hand Soap, I also received the gift of Bath & Body works Pleasures Warm Vanilla sugar Bubble Bath.
This comes in a plastic bottle, that is fairly flat, but has good hand grips, towards the top of the bottle. The size is 10 fluid ounces (295 ml). It has a plastic top, with a flip top lid, that only opens up a tiny bit. This way you can easily control how much of the liquid goes in the bathtub.
I have to admit that I rarely take a bath, as I much prefer to shower, here in Florida. However, on the odd occasion that I have a spare hour, there is nothing nicer than to relax in a bubble bath.
A couple of weeks ago, Len was at a meeting, so I started to run a bath, while the hot and cold water was running, I flipped the lid, and allowed enough bubble bath to go into the water, to see bubbles forming. I stopped and checked to see if I had enough before closing the lid. The amount of liquid in the bottle barely went down.
After the bubbles, the next thing I noticed was the warm fragrant smell of vanilla, and also a hint of ingredients. Upon turning the bottle to the back, I saw that it also contained coconut, Basmati rice, and soft sandalwood.
Once I had the temperature right, I stepped into the bath, and slid my body under the bubbles, and into the water. A bath, instead of a shower, is a pleasure, and it didn’t take me long to close my eyes, and to start relaxing.
When I felt my body, and this was before I washed it, it felt soft and moist. Normally when you get in water, you just feel wet.
I laid in the bath water for an least half an hour before cleansing myself. I topped it up with a little more hot water, and relaxed for another 10 minutes or so.
When I got out of the bathtub, I felt warm, glowing, and my stress level had gone down. Now I am not saying that all this was due to the Bath & Body Works Pleasures Warm Vanilla Sugar Bubble Bath, because a warm bath on it’s own will help. However, the fragrance certainly played a big part it in.
I don’t like Vanilla Sugar as a moisturizer, as it stays on the skin, and is too overpowering, but as a liquid hand soap, and bubble bath, it certainly works for me.
I didn’t purchase it, but the sticker price was at the bottom of the bottle. It states $9.50. Whenever I am passing Bath & Body Works in our local mall I notice that they also have a sale on. If this was 50% off then I would seriously think about purchasing it.