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Bathing Culture Reviews
It smells great but it’s incredibly drying. I’m not sure who the audience is.
I loved the bottle and I loved the scent. The brand is amazing. The actual soap? Not my favorite as It's so drying. If you are someone looking for something that will absolutely strip your skin clean, this is the one.
This is just simply not a good body wash. My skin feels SQUEAKY squeaky clean after using it... AKA super stripping to the skin. It smells alright... if you like the smell of jumbled & overpowered essential oils, but it basically feels like using dish soap on your body.
Some moisturizing/hydrating ingredients to not make the skin feel so squeaky!
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I purchased quite a few bathing culture products as gifts for my sister and I was lucky enough to get to try the mind and body wash when she came to visit me. It smelled incredible and left my skin soft. The packaging is also very funky and fun.
I can't wait to try their other products, but from the one product I had an introduction with (their rose face mist), I was absolutely in love with and happy I had purchased - definitely used it regularly throughout the day and it was the perfect item I needed during the dry summer months for a little wake me up.
Bathing Culture products are silky and smell wonderful.
I was super psyched to come across Bathing Culture's body wash at a local store and *had* to have it (mostly because of the packaging). I love the design and the heavy glass packaging, but the scent is not my fav. It was definitely a splurge when it comes to what I typically spend on body wash and don't feel like it's any different than the soaps I purchase from Target. Would I buy it again? Probably not. But the packaging is A+ and I'm a huge sucker for that.
This is a review of their dry brush - it's super wonderful and fits really well in your hand. I gifted one to my mother as well for the holidays.
I would swim in a vat of their products if I could. The fragrances they use are earthy, bright tree scents that don’t overwhelm. I love their playful supplementary shop items, like pumice stones and sponges. Super cute design aesthetic that recalls a fun, 70’s California vibe. Groovy!
I do wish the bath gel had a bit more sud. Make a bubble bath please!
I loved quite a bit of the brand and would recommend it to those who don't have sensitive skin or already dry very skin. The possibility of going to a refill station sounded like an interesting possibility to look forward to as the brand expands, and I'm all for products that claim to be concentrated. When I used the body wash it stripped my skin and left it painfully dry. If you're someone who comes to their shower covered in sweat and grime, or you have extremely oily skin, it might work extremely well. I was already struggling with dry skin, so it could be a fault of mine rather than an issue with the product. The smell could be enjoyed by some, though definitely not something I could stand enough to continue using. The packaging was refreshingly different, though!
My only real complaints is that I'd like it if the body wash were more moisturizing and the pop-off-top on the 8oz bottles were a screw cap. Mine broke after a few uses.