Whoever designed the packaging in this range need a round of applause and an extra cookie, and Sugar Dip is one of the products that has really unique, quirky packaging which really sells it. The cone shape and scalloped edges reminds me of the funfair and candyfloss for some reason! You open it to reveal what looks like a little packet of bon bons or pick ‘n’ mix sweets, but is actually a very yummy smelling package of bath salts. You simply sprinkle them into your bath and they slowly dissolve leaving you and your bath smelling practically edible. Using these is like dipping into a bath of sugary yumminess and now I totally understand the name.
Le Fizz looks like an old fashioned style candy bar that I almost expected to find a golden ticket hiding inside when I peeled back the paper. Sadly there wasn’t any real chocolate, but cute little cubes of bath fizzers instead, that you break off and pop into the bath to make it smell super delicious and indulgent. I love using these as an added extra to bubble bath products.
I’ll admit, the lazy gal in me really dislikes using body moisturisers and I have tons of them that are lying in my drawers practically unused. So did I really need another? Not particularly, but cute packaging always gets the better of me. Double Creme is like lathering fresh whipped cream over your body and leaves behind the same heavenly vanilla, macaron inspired scent. It really reminds me of my Laura Mercier Creme Brulee Souffle Body Creme, and I might actually get more use out of this than the rest of my lonely body cream collection.