Thursday 10 February 2011

Myroo Uplifting Mint Tea Bath Fizz & Peppermint Lip Balm

I was lucky enough to win Uplifting Mint Tea Bath Fizz from the Myroo advent competition at christmas. It took a while to get here so they were kind enough to include some Peppermint Lip Balm. Of course, I tried them both immediately and thought i'd share my thoughts on here.

Uplifting Mint Tea Bath Fizz

The first thing I noticed about this was the handy little tub it comes in. It has a resealable lid, is plastic and perfect for little odds and ends when you've used up all the bath fizz! Okay, my first thoughts. I'm not usually one for bath fizz, i'm more a bubbly bath kinda girl but hey, you never know unless you try. I opened the lid and WOW, it smelled gorgeous. I passed it straight to my other half for a smell and the first thing he said was "kendal mint cake" and yes, I can see his point. It's a really nice fresh, clean smell which I loved. Next step, add to the bath with the handy little scoop that came with it (great idea). The smell was just heavenly and it dissolved really well too which surprised me, normally bath fizz leaves at least a few un-dissolved bits but this was amazing. I had a flippin good soak and when I got out, my skin felt so soft and need for extra cream which is great! Overall, I would recommend this not only for it's lovely smell, but for it's skin softening properties too.

Peppermint Lip Balm

Again, the first thing that hit me was the smell....I love mint just in case you hadn't noticed. The pot is just the right size to get your finger in and give it a good old rub. This feels really nice on your lips....not too slimy but you can feel it working. I reapplied about 3 times throughout the day and then again at bed time. Prior to use, my lips were quite dry and beginning to get sore around the edges but after the first application, I could definately feel some relief. A week later and my lips are kissably soft....pucker up!! lol
Again, I would certainly recommend this pleasant tasting lip balm. It keeps lips nourished and will certainly be a regular on my beauty shelf.

Both these products are available from The Bath Fizz costs £7 for a 150ml tub and the Lip Balm costs £3 for a 10g pot. The Wooden Scoop is available for £1 too. There are many variations available in the lip balm and bath fizz, so go and have yourself a nosey and all products are made from natural ingredients.

All the above opinions are my own, others opinions may differ.


  1. Hey! I'm your 40th follower :-)

    I just stumbled upon your blog and I like it, I definitely have to check out this mint lip balm - I bet the flavour is really refreshing.

    Lauren from Lauren Loves... xxx

  2. Hi Lauren! Blimey, my 40th follower eh lol I'm surprised I even got that many!
    Thanks for your comment hun and yes, the flavour is very refreshing...each time you take a breath, you can taste the peppermint, it's lovely! Definately worth checking out :-)


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