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Baylis & Harding Bath Foam and EcoTools EcoPouf

If you’ve been around Writing Whimsy for more than a couple days you probably know this about me, but I love baths. I usually take a couple a week, and although I love my Lush goodies sometimes I also reach for a more traditional bubble bath if only for budget reasons (and I love them too, even if they aren’t as flashy). Most recently I’ve been using the Baylis & Harding Bath Foam in Sweet Mandarin & Grapefruit*, along with the EcoTools EcoPouf* to help lather up my shower gel.
EcoTools EcoPouf 2

I have Baylis & Harding Bath Foam in Sweet Mandarin & Grapefruit, which is a scent I love. It’s sweet and citrus and fresh. The bottle itself is massive (750 mL) and you only need maybe two capfuls for a bath, so I know it’ll last me a long time. Or it would if I didn’t take so many baths. As lovely as the scent is, it is quite subtle once you are actually in the bath, so if you are looking for something that’s not too overwhelming this would be a good pick. The Baylis & Harding Bath Foam also creates loads of bubbles and although not all of them stuck around, there were definitely still some left by the end of my bath. Overall this results in a relaxing bath, with some nice skin benefits and slight moisturization from the vitamin A, B, and C extract along with natural orange oil.

PicMonkey Collage Baylis & Harding Bath FoamI have the EcoTools EcoPouf in a lovely light blue shade, although it is also available in several others. It’s described as a “mini” but it is definitely large enough for me. I really love how ecofriendly the brand is, and it doesn’t surprise this is made of 100% recycled netting (although you wouldn’t know by the texture/feel of it). How cool! I don’t generally use a bath pouf, but I have been loving how well this makes my shower gel lather up. The only problem is I have way too much shower gel and when I’m using the EcoTools EcoPouf I only need about half the amount I would otherwise.

EcoTools EcoPouf

I have been using my Baylis & Harding Bath Foam and EcoTools EcoPouf for a couple weeks and though neither product will totally revolutionize your life, they are both affordable and good quality that I have enjoyed using and will definitely finish in the next few months. However the best part is I’ll be giving both these products away on Writing Whimsy tomorrow, so make sure to check back for the giveaway!

Do you use a “pouf” in the shower? I am curious!

Disclosure: I am part of the Get Ready for Spring Skincare Kit Blogger Campaign with Canadian Beauty Bloggers, and I received the following products for review as part of my affiliation with this group. The opinions in this post are my own.

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