Advantages Fresh scent, unisex not too girly, value for money
Disadvantages Scent as a shower gel is not long lasting, lots of bubbles!
As a busy mum, I tend not to have time for long bubble baths so I find myself dashing in and out of the shower in record time. However for Christmas, friends and family always seem to buy me “little treat” and one of my aunties always puts together a hamper of items I can pamper myself with and spend time “on myself!”. One of the items in my Christmas 2010 hamper was the N-Spa Lemon Soufflé Bath and Shower Gel
The product is a bright yellow Sicilian lemon scented bath and shower gel. The product can be used as a shower gel and scrub and used on damp skin to leave it silky smooth with a scent of lemon. Or it can be used in a bath as a bubble bath and when poured under a tap will give you a energising bath soak with lots of bubbles.A 500ml bottle of the N-Spa Lemon Soufflé Bath and Shower Gel costs £2.00 in Asda. I think this is very good value compared to other bath and shower gel products which cost slightly more for such a big quantity.
The product comes in a large 500ml clear plastic bottle. This has black font on the front of the bottle describing the product. You can see the bath gel inside of the bottle which is a bright yellow colour and looks very appealing. The bottle has a black flip top lid which when you squeeze the bottle the product comes out. Personally as a bath gel this is fine but as a shower gel I feel the bottle is too bulky and awkward to use in the shower. Firstly the bottle is quite wide (about 8cm in diameter) which does not fit easily on the shower shelf in my shower cubicle. Secondly with wet hands the bottle is quite heavy to hold onto when you are trying to dispense the shower gel.
The first few times I used this product was in my bath. As I was filling my bath up I poured some of the N-Spa Lemon Soufflé Bath and Shower Gel into the flow of hot water. I probably put around a cap full of product under the tap. The product is bright yellow but as soon as I put it into the bath it dissolved clear. As the bath was filling I noticed there were not enough bubbles so I added around another 3 cap full of the product into the bath. Unlike the first time I poured the lemon soufflé gel into the bath this time the product just sat in greasy yellow blobs on top of the water and I had to mix it around quite a lot with my hand until it dissolved and created more bubbles.
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