What is it? It’s a tiny little cube that can be dunked into bath water to release scented, fizzy goodness into your bath. It really confused me at first because I got a few free cubes after shopping at Sephora. The women in the store didn’t really care to explain anything to me and the packaging didn’t reveal much either. I had to figure it out myself. In hindsight, it should have been clear….but just in case you’re as confused as me, I’m clarifying what this product is in the first place!😅
Pricing: As mentioned above, I didn’t pay for this. But it costs around INR 160 each which is really pricey. It’s the size of a morsel. And if you’re anything like me, that is – if you love bubbles and lingering scents, you’ll need at least three in a tub.
- Skin does feel softer after a fizzy bath with this cube.
- The green tea cube smells fine but their fruity ones like strawberry and mango are divine.
- Provides a relaxing bath experience.
- It is quick and effective. It begins to fizz immediately upon contact with water.
- It dissolves immediately in a few seconds.
- There is no wastage. The entire cube gets dissolved. No wasted chunks.
- Dermatologist tested and approved.
Verdict: Provides a fun and relaxing bath experience but it’s just too pricey. If money isn’t a factor, go for it.
Stay Beautiful, Inside Out, RUELHA www.ruelha.com © 2020 ALL RIGHTS RESERVED
All information and media posted on this blog has been corroborated by me. I have put in a lot of effort, time and careful consideration to create articles, reviews, tutorials etc. All of my content is original and protected by copyright law. Please do not use my content or pictures/videos without my explicit permission. This blog solely manifests my own personal opinions and is uninfluenced by any company, brand or external party. I do not promote Sephora products and am not compensated for this review. I personally own and have purchased this product. I cannot guarantee it will work in the same way for you as it worked for me. Please exercise caution and keep your specific conditions/skin, hair and body type in mind while trying out new products. Some of my articles may become obsolete or perhaps the article has content derived from past experiences and/or memories. Hence, I cannot guarantee that the information is recent or relevant. I am not a licensed professional and do not hold any certificates in the topics posted. It is a good idea to contact the manufacturer for exact specifications.