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Product review: My Bath Bakery Spa Products for kids spring collection bath bombs And Easter Gift Ideas for 2017




Product review: My Bath Bakery Spa Products for kids spring collection bath bombs  And Easter Gift Ideas for 2017


My Bath Bakery Products are awesome i am in love with them all. 
I have had the privilege of reviewing there spring products.

I been giving the privilege of reviewing there wonderful bath bombs Kimberly the owner sent me five awesome bath bombs to try and review.  

The Bath Bombs she sent me to try and review are the cookie and cream bath bomb as well as the Donut bath bomb and she also sent me two bunny bath bombs with glitter on them and a cute heart shaped bath bomb.

The cookies and cream bath bomb was awesome it made me feel like i was in a cookie and cream milk bath because the water looked like milk it was really cool to see.

The donut bath bomb she sent me smelled so good like strawberry's and it turned my water pink and it made my skin so soft.

 My bath bakery products would make great non edible Easter gift ideas for any one no matter what age they are fun and very relaxing.

They make bath bombs in shapes of cupcakes and ice cream as well as cake pops and cute hearts with glitter on them and bunny's as well as many other wonderful bath treats. 

As well as adorable hand soaps in many yummy shapes like a cinnamon roll and a cupcake as well as lollipops and cake and cookies and many more. 

They also make many more fun things like lip scrub and facial products. As well as many other wonderful products that would make any Easter basket fun.


I also liked there chocolate pudding facial scrub it smells so good and makes your face feel so soft.


I also liked there strawberry cheesecake sugar scrub that made my skin smell so good and very soft and it lasted me a long time.



You can find More of there wonderful products at the my bath bakery website.


Enjoy Reading Angelika 






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