Dona sensual chromotherapy bath treatment - bath oil by System JO - review by LuckyLady

I'm a Lightly Scented Green Hulk

Overall, I give this a 2/5. The smell isn't very sexy or relaxing but it's an easy way to smell nice from head to toe. The bottle leaks, my fingers are stained, and I could get the same results if I threw potpourri and food coloring in my tub.
-Creative Bath Time
-Stains Skin
-Strong Potpourri Smell
Rating by reviewer:
extremely useful review
The Sensual Chromotherapy is a scented and colored bath additive that is used to provide relaxation by the scent and colors. The Dona Chromotherapy is used by pouring your desired amount of the liquid into your bath water. The amount you pour determines the lightness or darkness of color your bath water receives. The Camu Camu version came in the color green. The coloring is eco-friendly and food grade. This is used as a relaxation ritual for your relaxing bath.

In Chromotherapy, green is the color of your fourth Chakra which is located near the heart. The function is to promote love and a sense of responsibility. This is a spiritual healing color for the body.

Camu Camu is a shrub that is found in the Amazon rain forests of Peru, Brazil, Venezuela, and Columbia. The fruit and leaves of the shrub are used as medicine for viral infections, eye conditions, asthma, fatigue, and depressions. It is an antioxidant that contains Vitamin C, Beta-Carotene, Fatty Acids, and Protein.

The ingredients of the Chromotherapy bath oil are: Purified Water (Aqua), Fragance, PPG-25 Buteth-26, Hydrogenated Castor Oil, Myrciaria Dubia (Camu Camu) Fruit Powder, Phenoxyethanol, Ethylhexlglycerin, May Contain: FD&C Red #40, FD&C Green #4, FD&C Yellow #5, FD&C Yellow #6, FD#C Blue #1.

The bath oil came in a tall 4.25 fl oz bottle with a twist top. The label was the most impressive part of the bottle, it was smooth and was probably made that way to be stain resistant. The bottle itself is leaky. The Dona Chromotherapy is supposed to be stain-free. I think this probably pertains to clothing or the tub being that it is water-based, so it can be washed of with water. Unfortunately, that does not apply to fingers. Because of the leaky bottle, my fingers got the brunt of the color and I am now part Hulk. Don’t worry though, the color will go away after a couple of good scrubs. This would have been better if it had a pop top to it so you can slowly pour it out. Unfortunately it's just a twist top which doesn't help control the amount that is poured and causes leaks with every pour.

The smell of the Camu Camu Chromotherapy smells like potpourri. It’s not a smell I like. The smell can be overpowering in the bathroom. While I didn’t care for the smell, I was lightly scented when I left the tub and the scent fused well with my skin and wasn’t as unpleasant. It was rather pretty in the tub. My water was a light green color which made my bathtime different but it wasn’t unwelcome. Supposedly this is also an aphrodisiac. I and my significant other didn’t get this. I also didn’t feel any different after getting out of this bath, but I smelled nice. The smell is stronger in the bottle but thankfully its only subtle on your skin.

The Goods: The smell is subtle on the skin, it makes your bathtime more interesting, and it washes off with water.
The Bads: It stains your hands if in direct contact, the top leaks when you pour or cap it, and its concentrated smell is extremely powerful.

I'm glad I tried it because it was something new and the colors were fun, but the quality is just not there.
Follow-up commentary
Though having a colorful tub with a light floral smell was nice enough, it is a very messy product and turned my skin green when I open and close the bottle. The smell isn't all that bad but it's not as pretty as I was expecting. Smelled a little too much like cheap potpourri. Wasn't that attractive of a smell.
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My Dona sensual chromotherapy bath treatment tags
  • Who / How / What
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    Who might this product be best for? How is it best used? What are the best circumstances or situations for using this product?
    • Anyone
    • Mood enhancer
  • Where
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    Where / what types of places can this product be used?
    • Bath / shower
    • Tub/shower/pool
  • Body / part areas
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    What areas on the body can this product be used / what areas does it stimulate best?
    • All over body
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  • LuckyLady
    sorry that I couldn't add any pictures, the system wouldn't let me, i think that is because this item has been discontinued..
  • kkybf
    Good review
  • LuckyLady
    ty =)
  • inkky
  • LuckyLady
    yw ty=)
  • Bleu
    Thanks for the review! Never used something that stained skin!
  • MiaL
  • LuckyLady
    thanks glad you found it helpful!
  • LinaWong
    Thanks (:
  • zj22
    Great review.
  • lainebug
  • Allison.Wilder
    Thank you!
  • MK434
    Thanks for the review!
  • LuckyLady
    thanks for reading!
  • ZZ
    Thanks for sharing! The product may have an interesting concept but it sounds like they didn't quite iron out all the kinks. On the bright side, if you ever need a bit of green skin for a future halloween costume you're covered
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