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I'm not disappointed with my purchase, but I'm not thrilled exactly either. I've definitely used better bathing products with healthier ingredients, but I like the fun bottle and the deep red color so it's okay.
I was very excited to get this product, then I tried it out a few times. If you like strong rose like scents then by all means get this product. *To read my full review, please click on the link below to be taken to my blog before you vote on this review*
You know that odd smell that the others are trying to connect with this shower gel? It's silly putty...this smells like silly putty, and it has a goopy consistency too. Sure, the wording on it is witty and hopeful. I was even considering gifting this to a sibling with a phoenix tattoo, but one whiff/feel of this product left me wondering if this is better off used as a gag gift! The only redeeming quality is that when this product is used for a bubble bath, it bubbles well and is long-lasting.
Not Soap Radio's Bubbles and Shower Gel is a nice, highly scented product available in several smells to please most people. The scent actually sticks around on skin for a few hours and as an added bonus, portions of its sale go to charity (365 Birthdays). A good product that gives back... what more could you ask for?
This is an awesome product for the price. It washes you, and smells awesome, if you like musty smells. It will last you a long time because a little bit goes a long way with this nifty shower gel. I personally haven't had to invest in a stick to keep guys away, but pheromones react differently to different bodies, so you still may need a stick!
Not Soap Radio's body wash and bubble bath combo in "Bubbles, not carbs" has got to be the most amazing scent I have ever smelled. It's a fresh orange scent with a hint of spiciness. It really wakes me up and gets me moving. The bottle claims it will help curb your desire for high carb foods like potatoes and cake. I did not notice any difference in my desires for food. This also does not moisturize skin very well.
This isn't a completely wasted bubble bath purchase; it honestly improves the softness of your skin. The only problem is that the Stuff That Cupid Dips His Arrows IN has an odd smell.
Not Soap Radio Bubbles and Shower Gel smells amazing and holds on the skin for hours. One bottle can last you a while. But the company also gives back and helps the community and that makes it even more with picking up.
I think this product is great for what it does for me — it's a high caliber shower gel that smells great, foams up lavishly, and makes me relax at the end of a hard day (or at the start of one!) It also doubles as a very soothing bubble bath, so you're getting a product that has two uses for the price of one, and although it seems expensive — it is so worth it.
Having trouble staying away from carbs? Indulge in a shower or bath with Not Soap Radio’s Bubbles, Not Carbs. Let it put the potatoes, cake, and candy out of your mind while you wash or soak in orange-scented bubbles. The fragrance doesn’t linger after it’s washed off, so you don’t have to worry about scent interactions.
Reading great labels (in terms of marketing) in the bottle of "Not Soap Radio's" "Liquid Freud" with its specific (as for me, fantastic) scent of clarifying magnolia: "Liquid Freud (when you need to turn up the volume on your inner voice of reason)." "When the road to emotional stability seems full of speed bumps and potholes and you're longing for the wisdom of Old Vienna, it's time to earn your own PhD in hydrotherapy." I decided to check and it was a success!
The quizzically-named "Not Soap, Radio" company's line of "Bubbles and Shower Gel" products promise to help ease a multitude of "modern frustrations... in an amusing, laugh-through-it way". What these products deliver in truth, however, is a decent shower gel whose exceedingly powerful aromas may vary well assuage your frustrations - just so long as they don't choke your sensitive housemates and neighbors in the process.