Join everyone’s two favourite detectives in the study at 221b Baker Street as they begin work on their latest case. The rich and intoxicating scent of honey flower, tobacco, leather, sandalwood and bourbon will lead you straight inside the most famous address in Victorian London.
Inspired by the novels written by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle featuring everyone's favourite detective. Our bath bar is scented with a rich and smoky blend of honey flower, tobacco, warm amber, tonka bean, leather, sandalwood and bourbon. It is coloured in brown and orange with a coloured centre with skin safe colourant .
Each bar weighs approximately 90g and contains lashings of sweet almond oil and cocoa butter which will leave your skin feeling amazingly smooth and moisturised and perfumed with the scent blend.
Whilst sourcing new bath & shower products we came across this fantastic company. Backed by none other than #smallbusinesssundays own Theo Paphitis!!
These bath bars are fantastic for giving your skin a boost of moisture without the fuss of all the bubbles (see Bubble bars if you want those bubbles!).
This particular bath bar has a rich and intoxicating aroma of honey flower, crushed tobacco, warm amber, tonka bean and sandalwood. Combined with hints of patchouli, leather and bourbon..
Vegan friendly, natural products and fully recyleable packaging, it's so easy to see why we chose to stock these!
How To Use:
Snap off your desired amount of squares or place your whole bar into warm bath water. Grab your favourite book and immerse yourself in the colours and scent that are released.
Take care when entering or exiting the bath as this product contains cocoa butter which can make your bath slippery.
Wrapper- fully recyclable.
ADDITIONAL INFORMATION Our bubble bars are for external use only and not to be used around the eyes or mucous membranes. In the unlikely event that irritation occurs, discontinue use immediately. Avoid contact with the eyes. We advise not to hold your bath bar whilst it is dissolving as some temporary colour transfer to skin can occur with some of the more brightly coloured bars.