Sometimes, all it takes is something cheap and cheerful to brighten my spirits and reverse the effects of a crap day. One of my fail-safe products for this is Flower Pharm Wild Rose bath foam.
I first picked it up on a whim in Tesco- I love anything rose scented and I love baths; ergo, this was a definite choice for me. It’s cheap too- £2.99 for 300ml. Also, the packaging is so pretty, it sort of reminded me of those chintzy dresses they have in the V&A…
However, despite being cheap, it doesn’t leave my skin feeling cheap- I feel nicely moisturised when I get out. I don’t know about you, but sometimes cheap bubble bath can make my skin a bit sore or dry. I haven’t experienced this with Flower Pharm. The smell is lovely, but if you’re only about high end oils, you might find it a bit chemical-y smelling. Hey, I’m a cheap date and easy to please. I LOVE this stuff. The good thing about cheaper bubble bath products vs expensive ones is that I can use as much as I want and never feel like an utter spendthrift.
The body butter is a bit more expensive at £4.99, but this is generally a ballpark figure for most body butters anyway. Again, lovely and moisturising and a tub goes a long way! It really makes my skin soft and smooth- although I don’t use too much as layering this scent too generously could give me a headache!
Anyway, both of these are re-purchases and I’ve also tried the Orange Blossom bath foam (again, lush.) Apparently you can also buy Flower Pharm at Superdrug.