“ Brand: Fcuk / Type: Polish / Skin type: for dry skin and for all types „
~Bathing with FCUK Polished~
FCUK Polished bath syrup is a product that I have bought and used and found to be rather nice, as it is easy to use and leaves my skin feeling fresh and clean. I like using this bath syrup as it makes a nice amount of frothy bubbles when added to a bath under running taps. It can also be used as a body wash if wanted in my experience, as it is gentle enough on my skin when I use it that way. In my experience the bath syrup has a nice fragrance that smells lovely when using the it in a relaxing bath. I find that the fragrance is appealing, with it also adding the same appealing scent to the bath room or shower room when I use it.
The texture of the bath syrup is about right in my opinion as it is not too gloopy and thick, nor is it too runny and thin. I find it easy to pour out as much or as little of the bath syrup into my bath water when I use it, without wasting any of the product. The more bath syrup I add to the bath water (when the taps are running) the more frothy bubbles I am able to have laying invitingly on top of my bath water in my experience. Sometimes I prefer a few less bubbles and in that case I simply add the product after I have filled the bath with water or add a little less of the syrup which also minimizes bubbles.
The polished range all have nice scents to them in my opinion and this product is no exception as far as I am concerned as it does have a pleasing fragrance to it. There are extracts of soothing aloe vera, grape seed oil and vitamin E in the bath syrup which are all there to sooth the skin and help with adding moisture at the same time. I find that after I have use the product my skin feels nice and clean, being softly scented, with no irritation what so ever. The product bottle is sturdy, well shaped and easy to handle in my opinion, with it having a simple plastic lid that opens and closes with ease to keep the product fresh and ready for its next use.
~Product rating and price~
A bottle of FCUK Polished bath syrup lasts quite well in my experience. I received my last bottle of this bath product as a gift, which came with other products from same the range, allowing me to fully experience the lovely fragrance. I would recommend this product as it has a nice light scent and leaves my skin feeling clean and refreshed. A large 500ml bottle of this used to cost around £5 to buy when I last bought some, which I feel offers fair value as a single bottle of this bath syrup does last a good length of time. My rating for this product is 4 stars as I feel it is a nice bath product that I have enjoyed using.
=Fcuk Bath Syrup=
For those that know me, may find it odd that I'm writing a review for bubble bath, as I don't have a bath at home, we have a walk in shower.
I haven't long come back from holidays, as knowing that the hotel had a bath, I kept a bottle of Bath syrup back from my Christmas presents, for the holiday.
I received mine at Christmas, but looking around a 300ml bottle can be purchased for about £5.
The bottle is actually plastic, and has a gold floral picture on the front of the bottle, and the reverse of the bottle is a label with the instructions and the information on it.
=Using the Bath syrup=
Once the lid is removed, there is no stopper for the syrup so you do have to be careful when you pour, as it would be quite easy to pour the whole bottle without realising. The syrup is clear, which was a surprise to me, as I was expecting maybe a pink colour, the smell was not over powering, but it was quite an intense smell for the first time that you open the bottle, it was a oriental smell, rather like lilies.
=Check the amount=
Although it says pour under running water, I kept a close eye as it seemed to bubble up quite quickly, and these bubbles had the floral smell coming from them.
I used about 1/4 of a bottle, I think was a bit too much, but it sounds daft as I have not run a bath for 2 years, you kind of forget how much to use, but the bubbles were lovely. I could have stayed there longer, I did keep adding bits of hot water to the bath, made lot easier as the taps were in the middle of the bath.
The contents included extract of honey, which is good for moisturising the skin, and just laying in the bath was sheer luxury, my skin felt soft and refreshed, as though someone had just tipped a bottle of lotion over me.
I was pleased that there was no sticky residue in the bath or any tide marks, I just run the shower head around the bath to get rid of the last few bubbles.
The bathroom smelt lovely, even the next day, I could still smell the syrup in the bath. As for my skin that felt really soft, it left a slight smell of the flowers on my skin so I didn't bother to put any moisturising lotion on my skin as it felt soft.
I did at bed time.
I had about 4 baths from it, my daughter did have 1 bath with the syrup but she said it felt a older persons smell. I passed it on to a lady we met there, as she had run out of bubble bath, and she absolutely loved it.
So top marks all round.
Fcuk bath syrup
I recently purchased myself a bottle of this fcuk bath syrup as I work on the principle that I can never have too many bathing lotions and potions.
I believe the RRP is around the £5 mark for 300ml but it can be found on offer on various sites for less than half that price.
The bath syrup comes in a plastic bottle with an abstract gold floral picture on the front and information and instructions on the back. When I unscrew the lid and have a sniff of the bath syrup, it does, as advertised, have quite a strong oriental floral smell. I like the smell but its definitely a more "girly" than masculine smell.
The product itself is clear and not the thickest bath foam I have ever had. Care has to be taken when pouring the bath syrup under running taps because the hole through which it is dispensed is a large one and once the bottle is tipped out comes the bath syrup.
For being quite a thin bath product, it does surprisingly produce a satisfying amount of bubbles, which I do like. As soon as the product is mixed with the running water the bubbles are formed and there is a lovely floral/spicy aroma in the bathroom which seems to linger for some time after leaving the bath.
It contains extract of honey which I think must be the ingredient which makes my skin feel nicely moisturised after bathing in the product. It's a very relaxing bath, mainly because of the feel of the water when this is in the bath and also the smell. When I have finished washing myself the product leaves no sticky residue on my skin and thankfully isn't prone to leaving a tide mark on the bath. What it does leave is my skin feeling soft and clean with a lovely scent in the bathroom. It does leave a slight scent on my skin so I tend to use it at night before bed and not if I am going to immediately apply perfume as I think it may not smell quite so pleasant with two perfumed products combined.
This is a good quality bathing product. I usually use moisturiser after bathing but when using this if I don't apply moisturiser after a bath, my skin doesn't seem to suffer any ill effects. It seems suitable for use by young children as Little Miss and friends have used it and suffered n adverse reactions.
Lovely smell, reasonably priced, and plenty of bubbles.
A recommended product.
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