Best bubbly bubble bath?

(13 Posts)
DuckMeInTheGrass Sat 02-Feb-13 11:57:37

One that makes proper movie set bubnles and smells divine?

Recommend some please!

DebK2012 Sun 03-Feb-13 15:37:43

It was a Christmas pressie but wilkinsons cranberry or blackcurrent are amazing!

I love Blue Skies and Fluffy White Clouds bubble bath bar from Lush, smells fabulous and lots of bubbles.

nothruroad Sun 03-Feb-13 17:04:24

I love radox - especially the red and purple ones. They are so bubbly, smell delicious but are cheap too.

Also love blue skies

Badedas - LOVE the smell of this.
For el-cheapo, Radox is super-bubbly: I like the really old fashioned scents like the green pine one best.

PatTheHammer Sun 03-Feb-13 17:09:15

I like the Africa Spa(?) Radox ones.

TMI maybe but somebody bought me A Soap and Glory one for Xmas and I really enjoyed the bath but had the most horrendous bout of cystitis afterwards which I haven't had for about 10 years. Avoid!

ProlificWillyBreeder Sun 03-Feb-13 20:24:50

Dove also has the above undesired effects!

QueenBoudicea Sun 03-Feb-13 22:15:25

if you're looking to splash out try the laura mercier honey baths - they are super moisturising and smell divine.

Can anyone help me make bubbles with a piss poor hot tap flow?
All bubble baths I've tried (and I love my baths) result in an opaque film on my bath with barely a bubble to be seen sad
Are there any bubble baths that are unbothered by this? (I've tried bubbling up the bubbles by hand)
I know it's not a massive deal in the big scheme of things, but, waaaah!

CMAHAH Sun 03-Feb-13 23:16:14

The sanctuary mela one!

Beaverfeaver Mon 04-Feb-13 00:34:08

Milton brown - blissful templetree

Smells gorgeous and lasts for ages

HappyAsEyeAm Mon 04-Feb-13 09:46:26

I second the Laura Mercier honey one - its gorgeous but about £25 I think.

Champneys bubble heaven - the creamy/light yellow colour one in a glas jar from Boots. About £12 but usually on a 3 for 2. Lovely silky bubbles and very nice and not at all overpowering smell.

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