L'Occitane • L'Occitane Foaming Bath • Skincare - Body
|Would buy this product again.||100%|
Age: 25-29 Skin: Combination, Olive Hair: Brown Eyes: Brown
I love the Lavender foaming bath. Its expensive, but you only need a capfull for a full bath, and so the bottle lasts forever. The bubbles last a long time also. This is one of my favorite bubble baths
Age: 25-29 Skin: Combination, Fair-Medium Hair: Blond Eyes: Brown
I have the lavender version. Lots of bubbles, relaxing scent (though not as strong as I expected it to be...so I am taking 1 lippie off), and I was pleasantly surprised by how moisturizing this was - my skin felt silky smooth after I got out.
Age: Unknown Skin: Combination Hair: Black Eyes: Green
Next to Laura Mercier's honey bath, this is the *best* bubble bath I've tried! I have this in Vanilla (a sweet, foody, caramelly vanilla) and Fig (a true green fig scent with no sugariness), and both rock. This stuff really does make tons of bubbles, and best of all--you can smell them! Too often I've had a great, bubbly bath product with no scent, or the other way around. L'Occitane delivers on both counts.
Age: 36-43 Skin: Combination, Medium, Cool Hair: Brunette, Curly, Medium Eyes: Green
In the fall and winter I am a bathtub junkie, because nothing (okay, almost nothing) beats sinking into a delicious hot bath after a demanding day at work! In my quest to find the ultimate bubble bath, I've tried quite a lot of products, and this is the best I've used so far! I have this in the Milk and Green Tea scents, and I love love love them!!! "Milk" has a delicate, sort of baby lotion scent that is relaxing, and the "Green Tea" really does smell like green tea and is very refreshing. Yes, these are rather expensive compared to, say, Mr. Bubble, but sometimes if you spend some extra money it really pays off: the bubbles last and last and last, seriously, there are still lots of bubbles in the water when I get out of the tub, and I soak in my tub for at least half an hour. Plus, you get the moisturizing benefits of the shea butter that's in this stuff, so it isn't drying like other bubble baths can be. Good, good stuff, this, I plan on trying out all the scents they make!
Age: 25-29 Skin: Combination Hair: Brunette Eyes: Hazel
I don't think much of many of L'Occitane's lavender-scented products, but their lavender foaming bath and their shea foot cream are my two exceptions. The scent is really lovely, and fills the room; it's a pleasure to relax in a tub after you've poured some in. The bubbles are good, but not nearly as durable or plentiful as, say, Avon's (and by the way, if you are more interested in bubbles than scent, then you should probably stop reading this review right now, take the $25 (plus possibly tax and/or shipping!) you'd have spent on this product, and buy yourself about a gallon of Avon bubble bath). Drawbacks? I just mentioned the big one---one 16.8 oz. bottle is $25. You do get quite a few baths out of it, if you pour in moderation, but...who wants to pour in moderation for a luxurious, fabulous bath? I have about one bath's worth left; I might buy more, but I'll probably wait a while and play with other products first.
Age: 25-29 Skin: Combination, Fair Hair: Brown Eyes: Green
so decadent! i have this in amber and vanilla. both smell wonderful and create lots of fluffy bath bubbles. they are very pricey, though - $24.50 for 16.9 oz. of product. however, a little of this goes a long way. i save these for occasional indulgences after a long day of commuting and working.