Thursday, December 20th, 2007

What are your favorite bath products? Shower gels, soaps, bubble bath makers… tell us what makes your shower so fantastic!

I am in love with LUSH Jingle Jelly shower gel myself!  I also alternate between that and Bliss’ Snow Gel and Philosophy’s Raspberry Sorbet.

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18 thoughts on “Temptalia Asks You – What are your favorite bath products?

  1. Lindsay

    LUSH Dreamtime Bath Melts- I use these when I can’t sleep and the knock me right out, and they are also super moisturizing! Also LUSH Comforter bubble bath bar, smells fantasitc and makes your bubble bath pink.

  2. victoria

    philosophy amazing grace shampoo and conditioner. the shampoo is also a shower gel and i love that because everything smells the same. and i also use the same scent for body lotion.

  3. I like Body Shop… Lush hurts my nose.. The scents are so strong!

  4. Kathleena

    Dove Cream Oil Body Wash is wonderful!

  5. Carrie

    For baths, Weleda Pine Reviving Bath Milk. It has essential oils of Silver Fir and Siberian Fir trees. sooo comfy.

  6. Tanya

    Anything from Lush, I adore all their products and recently placed a silly large order – a few bath bombs, bath melt thingy, sonic death monkey body wash, and flying fox body wash. I am actually considering driving down to SF the day after Xmas for the super sale…its only a three hour drive LOL

  7. Tonee

    LUSH, of course (especially Sex Bomb, Tisty Tosty, Amandopondo, Dreamtime) and The Body Shop (Cranberry, White Musk, Oceanus) – love their collections, since I like “layering” products.