Saturday, April 18, 2015

Bubble Therapy Pure + Natural Bubble Bath, Shampoo and Body Wash Review #bubbletherapy

I love using novel beauty and healthcare products. My family was excited to try a new product from SweetSation Therapy called Bubble Therapy. This is an all natural 3-in-1 product that is a gentle shampoo and body wash and a fun bubble bath. I love that it is filled with all natural and organic ingredients that make me feel good to let my whole family use it. It is even safe with my keratin treated hair since it is sulfate free. It doesn't contain any harsh detergents and is free of parabens and has no sodium benzoate. It is totally dioxane free as well. You can look at the ingredient list yourself and see. I feel like this would be a good product for adults and kids of all ages.

This is a fabulous bubble bath, shampoo and body wash that contains tons of soothing and nourishing ingredients like, calendula, chamomile, and even oats. It is perfect for cleansing anyone's skin including kids and adults. 

It has been mild and non-irritating for my family. We love how it creates a lot of stable long lasting bubbles for fun and relaxing times in the tub.  Oat milk helps to support eczema, while calendula moisturizes and soothes dry skin.  This plant-based formula is gentle for the entire family.

You can learn more about Sweetsation Therapy  by visiting their website. You can also check out their Facebook page for discounts, promotions and giveaways.  Please invite your readiers to like our Facebook Page for discounts, promotions and giveaways. You can pick up Bubble Therapy on Amazon for easy shopping anytime. 

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