Adding fuel to the flames of passion.
I recently heard from Lynette at Roomantics, whom was kind enough to offer me the choice of some goodies from their Lubes, Oils, and Accessories range. I selected the Dona Bubble Bath (Aphrodisica Flirty), 240mL. In addition I also chose the following items:
- Dona Shimmer Spray Aphrodisiacs and Pheremones Grab Me in Gold, 60mL. Review to follow.
- Kama Sutra candle Tropical Plumeria.
The items arrived within 2 days of shipping and were discreetly packaged in a plain brown box.
Joys of a lush bathing experience.
So far I have tested the Dona Bubble Bath. It arrived with a seal over the opening of the bottle, so you can be safe in the knowledge it will not have been tampered with. The bottle is clear plastic, with a black flip-up topped cap. The instructions advise to add 1-2 capfuls to running water, producing a lather that is relatively foamy, with good-sized bubbles. I did not find it quite as bubbly as other brands I have tried.
The scent is a light fruity berry. It smells like strawberry. It is not sickly sweet, but pleasantly so. The ingredients seem innocuous on first glance of the list, as there are no parabens. But there are preservatives used, called methylisothiazolinones, which can cause allergic reactions and have some possible long-term health effects. Forewarned is forearmed, so whilst I’ve not noticed any reaction with my skin, it is important to make readers aware that there may be adverse effects in some users.
After bathing, my skin smells fragrant and feels smooth. It doesn’t seem to dry out my skin in my opinion. As for the pheromone effect, I have not noticed hubby being more attracted to me after using it. But, if it makes me feel sexy then that does not matter to me. I am more concerned with having an enjoyable bath that feels luxurious and smells pleasant. Dona’s offering smells lush, though could do with being a bit more ‘jelly’-like in consistency to offer a more luxurious foam. I’d recommend the Dona Bubble Bath to those who enjoy fruity scents but do not have sensitive skin or allergies to cosmetic products. It can be purchased for £8.00 from Roomantics.
I received the items mentioned in this review free of charge in exchange for my honest opinions. I would like to thank Lynette at Roomantics for allowing me to review for them. Affiliate links have not been used in this post.