Beauty · Skincare

Rose & Co | Patisserie De Bain Collection

Rose & Co | Patisserie De Bain Collection
I’ve got the cutest products on the blog today by Rose & Co. With a Parisian style and childhood sweet scents, Patisserie De Bain needs to be in all your bath rooms and skincare collection,  here’s why!

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Rose & Co is a british handmade bath and body care range inspired by Victorian Apothecary. They cover everything from lotions, lip balms, creams to melts. Patisserie De Bain is their sister brand inspired by colour french patisseries and all those yummy flavours you enjoyed as a child or even now.

As you all know by now, anything to do with skincare and bath bombs, I’m sold! So when these turned up on my doorstep along with some other brands (they’ll be in a separate post) I couldn’t believe how cute they all looked. 

Patisserie De Bain* have been so generous giving me all these products to try with a range of bath bombs, hand creams and body creams. Without even thinking of the name, you can see the french flair in the packaging and if you’ve ever been in a Patisserie the bath fancies certainly do look like little delicacies.

They look good enough to eat!

Rose & Co | Patisserie De Bain Collection

The overall packaging is sturdy and looks very vintage, just how I like it! The bath bombs and fancies are all delicately wrapped in little cupcake cases and in boxes which make the perfect gift for a friend. The hand and body creams come in a tube for easy application. Polka dots and roses gives such a cute little design but the fragrance in these products really make it for me.

The two cupcake soaps are covered in glitter and both smell of strawberries, their literally too cute to use! The bath fancies smell of lavender and cherry blossom so they smell a dream in the bath, perfect if you want a relaxing bath. The little flowers even float on top of your water which makes a nice touch.

The bath bombs are also covered in glitter and with a body butter like feel to them, which is meant to be like icing. Again these both smell fruity but I can’t pick what exact scent it is. Needless to say, all the bath bombs are cute, smell amazing and for gift or a treat for yourself, their lovely.

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I was also given four hand creams with sweet flavours such as lemon bon bon, strawberry cupcake and raspberries and roses. Usually I find with fragrances they never normally smell as good as the real thing but these honestly do smell like food.

The strawberry cupcake bath and hand cream is my favourite out of the bunch, in the tube and on the skin it smells amazing. Even a couple of hours later your skin feels smooth and still smells like strawberry icing. Yum!

The Patisserie De Bain collection ranges from as little as £3.99 up to around £15. With the floral and girly pattern, these are great to use all year round and would make great gifts as mentioned. I just love how the bath fancies and soaps are boxed just like cakes would be. Rose & Co | Patisserie De Bain Collection

Thank you Rose & Co for letting me try this beautiful range of bath and skincare. You can find Patisserie De Bain whole collection in Superdrug.

Have you tried this collection? Is this something you would like?

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*PR samples – all opinions are my own, see disclaimer here.

10 thoughts on “Rose & Co | Patisserie De Bain Collection

  1. The packaging on these is so cute I love it, thanks for sharing! Loving your blog, please do stop by mine if you get the chance, I love seeing new faces! x

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