Sanctuary Spa White Lily & Damask Rose Bath Float
Seeing as it was Valentine’s Day yesterday, I thought it was the perfect time to feature the new limited edition Sanctuary Spa White Lily & Damask Rose Bath Float £10 which Sanctuary Spa have just recently launched. I’m a big fan of the original Sanctuary Spa Luxury Bath Float so I knew I’d love their White Lily & Damask scented version as it’s such a beautiful scent.
The Bath Float is packaged within a large 500ml bottle which is incredible value for £10 as it’ll last for such a long time as you only need to use one cap fall of the Bath Float per bath, poured under warm running water for masses of beautifully scented bubbles. The bottle design really is gorgeous with little silver hearts all over the bottle and an heart shaped tag around the neck with a silver elasticated tie.
“Close the door, leave your towel warming on the radiator & start your bath by generously pouring this limited edition luxury bath float under warm running water. Infused with freesia flowers, baobab & vitamin E, this decadent bath nectar will fill your tub with foaming clouds of bubbles and envelop your bathroom with this alluring delicate floral fragrance. Sink into the bubbles and drift away to a field of florals for a truly serene bathing experience.”
The Sanctuary Spa White Lily & Damask Rose Bath Float is infused with freesia flowers, baobab and vitamin E to fill the bathroom with delicate fragrance and leave the skin feeling soft and supple. The original Sanctuary Spa fragrance is quite a strong and intense scent, but the White Lily & Damask Rose scent is the complete opposite as it’s sweet and floral. I think this Bath Float would be perfect for a self indulgent treat or you could stock up ahead of Mother’s Day as it is limited edition and will undoubtedly sell out quickly as their limited editions always do.
Have you tried the Sanctuary Spa Bath Floats before?
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