The "Naughty Bubbles Bubble Bath" has a thick consistency. When testing a drop of it against my skin, the bubble bath liquid stuck to me like glue. After keeping the patch of bubble bath on my skin for about 5 minutes, it dried up, leaving a shimmery glitter residue. It feels kind of sticky, but not in a gross way. When pouring it into a bath tub, it pours out very thick and slowly.
The "Don't Stop Massage Oil" is very watery, greasy, and sticky in consistency. It pours onto skin like syrup.
The "Add Magic Lubricant" is thick and watery at the same time. It has a pump nozzle which makes it easy to use, making it free of creating any mess during use. Against the skin, or in any area where you use it, it feels very silky, non-sticky, and it's long lasting.
The bubble bath basically has that generic bubble bath scent, it doesn't particularly smell like anything that brings to mind of something floral, sexy, or romantic. It basically smells mostly like alcohol.
The massage oil smells no different than the bubble bath. The lubricant doesn't smell like anything at all.
The aroma, or lack there of, isn't particularly strong or particularly bad, it just smells generic and uninspired.
THE GOOD: The massage oil feels nice and luxurious against the skin, and with the added affect of it being warm when blowing your breath on it, it can be a sensuous and relaxing massaging experience. The lubricant is easy to use, and the consistency is nice and thick enough to do what it is designed to do. The bubble bath does create a nice batch of bubbles in the bathtub. All of the products wash off easily, and clean up isn't a problem. The bottles are very cute; you can put them in your bathroom or nightstand without anyone thinking that these items could be used for naughty purposes.
THE BAD: None of these products have much of a smell to them. The description of the massage oil in the back of the box says that it has an "intoxicating scent of plums, raspberries, jasmine, cedar, and sandalwood" but all I can smell is alcohol. I thought it was odd that description didn't say that the massage oil can warm up. The bubble bath could really use some kind of scent to it; it's just boring. For a product that calls itself the "Romantic Rendezvous Love Kit," it would be nice if more was done in creating items that smell romantic instead of smelling like something that was bought at a dollar store. It has a very cheap quality to it, which makes it unflattering and not as romantic and sensual as it's advertised.
With so many love kits out there in the market, and a myriad of other places where you can buy bubble baths, massage oils, and lubricants, I don't feel that this is really the hot item that couples should go for. It's cute in its presentation, but the product itself is just not that great in quality and not that exciting in its performance.
I thought the packaging made a nice effort at trying to be tongue and cheek and cute, using phrases like BOOTY parlour, "Bathe, Massage, Play, Cuddle," "You+Me+zzzz", "Oh My..." "Oh Yes.." and "Oh la, la..." It is rather cheesy at the same time though, but I give them credit for trying. There are no instructions in how to use these products. The back of the box has a description of each product, and the side of the box includes the list of ingredients of each product.