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Asda smartprice foam bath 18p @ asda

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5y, 7m agoFound 5 years, 7 months ago
*I'm unsure if this is really a deal so please forgive me

Ok i'm somewhat aware that these are always around this price, however there is a big BUT!

I picked up the Asda essentials ocean fresh foam bath which was priced 55p down from 85p which was next to this on the shelf. I felt an urge to read the active ingredients and it wasn't really surprised to find out that they were IDENTICAL ingredients.

55p Adsa essential or 18p smart price?? 37p difference for an EXACT same product.

To some body this is a good deal if they usually buy the asda essentials.
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#1
Has the same contents of this product
http://www.mysupermarket.co.uk/Images/ExternalImages/ProductsDetailed/78/035478.jpg?ts=633851753184
#2
Same ingredients but weaker concentration ;) . Still good value for money though.

I did the same thing of checking the ingredients when buying Morrisons mouth wash. Apart from being a different colour, the value stuff has the exact same ingredients as the their other own brand stuff sold in the nicer bottle at 3x the price. The difference is in the concentration of ingredients. The value stuff is noticeably much weaker. I assume it's the same for bath gels and foams. They just add more water to keep costs down.
#3
thats an interesting point Tony, thanks. Didn't think out it that way. I didn't buy this foam bath so unfortunately cannot test it out. Hopefully some body who has can shine a little light on it perhaps :)
#4
The cheaper bottle looks bigger, maybe just me though
#5
This stuff is fine, I swear by it. My skin doesn't mind it's cheapness and it creates plenty of bubbles, I find that the only issue is that it's easy to use too much because it's so cheap. I mean if you buy a £2 bottle of radox which costs about ten times as much, you tend not to gloop it into the bath in such large quantities as you do the bargain stuff, or maybe thats just me. The same product is also available at Tesco for the same price I think, the Tesco value stuff is in an identicle bottle but the liquid is a different colour.
#6
NUMBER8GAMESTER
This stuff is fine, I swear by it. My skin doesn't mind it's cheapness and it creates plenty of bubbles, I find that the only issue is that it's easy to use too much because it's so cheap. I mean if you buy a £2 bottle of radox which costs about ten times as much, you tend not to gloop it into the bath in such large quantities as you do the bargain stuff, or maybe thats just me. The same product is also available at Tesco for the same price I think, the Tesco value stuff is in an identicle bottle but the liquid is a different colour.


i agree, i get this and its fine, makes bubbles so why pay more for something to do the same, my partner also uses the smart price shower gel 9p, never had any problems.
#7
I too use the cheaper stuff ... but what i have found is they are more of a jelly consistancy to them which may put off some people?
10 Likes #8
my wife used this a few times and her face skin came off slightly - she looked like Skeletor which was fun for me as I used to be a huge he-man fan that was until she made me take her to the hospital a few days later.

Hot deal though

Edited By: leedale30 on Apr 19, 2011 10:32
#9
Would use this to wash the dog or even the car, but would not this personally
#10
I ve used it in the past the you need to put in loads to get just a few bubbles not such a great deal :(
#11
its always this price, hardly a deal
#12
Perfect to pour into the fountain in Castle Gardens in Swansea :)
suspended#13
I know of places that use this stuff as hand soap in their dispensers. Probably a common practice.

I bought similar from morrisons and the bubbles were quite pitiful so hope this is better, personally I think I'll just stick to radox ones.
#14
Morrisons shower gel for 10p can be recommended as well, washes the greasy, sensitive skin of the men in my life (how can they get that filthy and complain about irritation??).
1 Like #15
If you fart in the bath youll get more bubbles. Probably cleaner as well
#16
I use radox myself and the bubbles disappear within a few mins also....doesn't bother me because I use the bath to relax and not to clean. After I finish I always shower off real quick so to me its more the scent I need to relax to. Dont know if this has much of a scent but I suppose you can add bath oils if you like.
#17
more money than sense

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