Patisserie de bain.

Hi dolls. I’m back in blogging mode & OH I have missed it so much! I thought I’d do a quick post about an amazing bath that I had earlier today. Now, I’m a shower kind of girl but love my bubble baths every now & again…

RRP: £3.85 from HOUSE OF FRASER. or ROSE & CO.

I’ve had this little cupcake, bath bomb (AKA the ‘Patiserrie de bain’ range from Rose & Co.) for a while & I didn’t have the heart to use it - basically because it looks so darn cute in my bathroom! I tend to take baths when I’m bored/stressed/wanting a change of bathroom scenery (or, all of the above!). I wasn’t too sure what to expect from this bath but had very HIGH hopes for it.

This picture above shows why I didn’t want to use it up! It smelt like COTTON CANDY & had little GLITTERY flakes on the top of it’s cupcake shape!

Now, this little treat isn’t your usual bath bomb. It doesn’t fizz violently, nor does it make a hissing sound. It slowly dissolves into your bath & making the whole room smell like HEAVEN. One, thing I noticed in the bath was that the water felt fairly thick & moisturising. After reading the packaging when I got out, I realised that it is filled with SHEA BUTTER which makes it super moisturising, leaving your skin super soft :)

I didn’t even need to moisturise after getting out of the bath - my skin is GLOWING & I can’t stop touching my arms & legs!! I officially feel like I have baby soft skin :) I’m super happy with this moisturising, cupcake, bath bomb :) Good job I’ve got another pack of 6 to keep me going :) They come in loads of different scents too, which means there’s bound to be something out there for everyone!

You’ve just got to be careful when getting out of the bath as the shea butter can make the tub a little slippery… Oh & also you have to try not to eat it as they look delicious ;)

Have you tried Patisserie de bain or Rose & Co. products before? I want to make sure I try every scent!

P.S - It feels great to be back

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26 Responses to Patisserie de bain.

  1. LaaLaa Monroe says:

    Oh fantastic, I think I’m going to have to get some. I love bath products with shea butter in them xoxo

  2. Shifa says:

    Missed your posts Kaushal! and this looks so cute!

  3. Sriya says:

    I’m such a bath girl.. Why have I not tried these?!

  4. Tass says:

    yay welcome back!!

    That bath bomb really does look good enough to eat hehe xx

  5. Alexandra says:

    Happy you’re back, love! You were missed! Also that bath bomb looks soo yummy. I really need to try the whole bubble bath relaxation thing - it’s been way too long! xo

  6. Bailey says:

    I’m not a huge bath taker, but those are so cute! I might just have to try them

  7. Sami says:

    Welcome back!

    I love bath products - and this one looks super luxe! Have you tried the Lush bath bombs? They’re not quite as glam but leave skin feeling really lovely and soft.

    Sami xx

  8. Gwen says:

    That looks like one great hell of a bath! I can imagine that the shea butter is super moisturizing for your skin!

  9. Safiyya says:

    Lovely to have ur posts coming again! I should try those cupcakes, I think it is great auto moisturizing, hehe.. X, S.

  10. Aysh says:

    Hey love! Glad to have ya back :) This bath bomb looks absolutely delish!! I’ve been using up some of my LUSH ones that I’ve had lying around since Xmas! lol! Have to say I wasn’t that impressed with them, I do love bubbles! But this makes me wanna give bath bombs another go for sure :)

    Love Aysh xoxo

  11. Kim says:

    That looks good enough to eat!! I’d be scared to use it, but glad you had a good bath!!

  12. roshni says:

    omg this looks sooo good! We don’t have a bath at home though - only a shower :( x

  13. Thebeautifier says:

    OMG such a cute thing to have in the bathroom!!

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