Anjou Natural 12 Bath Bombs Set - Paraben Free with Natural Essential Oils £9.99 prime / £13.98 non prime @ Amazon / Sunvalleytek
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Anjou Natural 12 Bath Bombs Set - Paraben Free with Natural Essential Oils £9.99 prime / £13.98 non prime @ Amazon / Sunvalleytek

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Posted 24th Jun
These look really nice for the money - you get 12 natural bath bombs infused with essential oils.

You need to redeem the onsite promo or use code S4XEBDN4 at checkout to discount the price to £10.99 prime / £14.98 non prime

They are paraben free, and contain stain free colours, which means you wont have to spend lots of time scrubbing down your bath.


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  • Fizzy Bathtime Treats: Settle in for a good soak with 12 fragrant bath bombs, exploding with tons of colors and bubble fun
  • 12 Natural Essential Oils: Our organic bath bombs bundle includes Lavender, Frankincense, Rosemary, Sweet Orange, Peppermint, and more
  • Skin-Softening Soak: Loads of aromatherapy essential oils melt into the water, then into your skin for a supremely softening and scented utopia
  • Fresh Ingredients: We source only the best plant oils from nature without adding preservatives and sulfate; color is for fun and will not stain your tub


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Have you ordered any then? what do they smell like and how big are the bombs?
Can't get the code to work?
Use code S4XEBDN4 to get them for £9.99
essexlass24/06/2019 20:59

Use code S4XEBDN4 to get them for £9.99


Thanks!Worked for me this time!
I ordered some of these last time they were on offer... they are OK, nowhere near as strong smelling or efficient as the ones from Lush, 12 for a tenner is a fair price for these judginh on quality.
Bought some last time for my kids to give to their teachers...wrap them up in some tissue paper individually and they're a great little gift.

Haven't used them personally so can't comment on quality, smell etc. For the purpose I got them for they're ideal plus I end up spending less when those end of year occasions come round and I don't get dragged off to the local bargain store by my kids to buy the usual tat...I should caveat that by saying my other half is a teacher and you should see what she comes home with when the school breaks up for the summer holidays!

Still, before I get slated by either teachers or parents who make the effort...I do know its the thought that counts (But jeeeze, you should see some of the stuff!!!...and it's so hard to pass on to friends and family forever mindful to ensure they don't visit or live anywhere near a Poundland et al store! )
Edited by: "sabresonic" 25th Jun
sabresonic25/06/2019 00:15

Bought some last time for my kids to give to their teachers...wrap them up …Bought some last time for my kids to give to their teachers...wrap them up in some tissue paper individually and they're a great little gift. Haven't used them personally so can't comment on quality, smell etc. For the purpose I got them for they're ideal plus I end up spending less when those end of year occasions come round and I don't get dragged off to the local bargain store by my kids to buy the usual tat...I should caveat that by saying my other half is a teacher and you should see what she comes home with when the school breaks up for the summer holidays! Still, before I get slated by either teachers or parents who make the effort...I do know its the thought that counts (But jeeeze, you should see some of the stuff!!!...and it's so hard to pass on to friends and family forever mindful to ensure they don't visit or live anywhere near a Poundland et al store! )


why dont you give them back to your childrens teachers the next year;) sorted
Edited by: "amzzzzyyyy" 25th Jun
sabresonic25/06/2019 00:15

Bought some last time for my kids to give to their teachers...wrap them up …Bought some last time for my kids to give to their teachers...wrap them up in some tissue paper individually and they're a great little gift. Haven't used them personally so can't comment on quality, smell etc. For the purpose I got them for they're ideal plus I end up spending less when those end of year occasions come round and I don't get dragged off to the local bargain store by my kids to buy the usual tat...I should caveat that by saying my other half is a teacher and you should see what she comes home with when the school breaks up for the summer holidays! Still, before I get slated by either teachers or parents who make the effort...I do know its the thought that counts (But jeeeze, you should see some of the stuff!!!...and it's so hard to pass on to friends and family forever mindful to ensure they don't visit or live anywhere near a Poundland et al store! )


What do does he get please? That'll be a perfect advice for us what not to buy x
amzzzzyyyy25/06/2019 00:50

why dont you give them back to your childrens teachers … why dont you give them back to your childrens teachers the next year;) sorted


LOL...that's what we used to do I think the same stuff just gets recirculated every year!
sabresonic25/06/2019 09:13

LOL...that's what we used to do I think the same stuff just gets …LOL...that's what we used to do I think the same stuff just gets recirculated every year!


Hahaha(lol)
Cherry1325/06/2019 08:56

What do does he get please? That'll be a perfect advice for us what not to …What do does he get please? That'll be a perfect advice for us what not to buy x


A few examples of previous gifts...a pencil case in the shape of a black stiletto boot, a box of chocolates with no English words anywhere on the packaging and no 'sell by or use by date', a box of biscuits past its stated 'use by date'!, a 2nd hand jigsaw (it had several pieces missing), perfume (I use the word loosely) with 'tester' label still attached to bottle, a 'best teacher' mug, fridge magnet or picture frame...the novelty of these wore off after 18 years of primary school teaching (however, unlike the previous items these can be recirculated)

Like I said, I'm torn because I know its the thought that counts, but.....
sabresonic25/06/2019 11:47

A few examples of previous gifts...a pencil case in the shape of a black …A few examples of previous gifts...a pencil case in the shape of a black stiletto boot, a box of chocolates with no English words anywhere on the packaging and no 'sell by or use by date', a box of biscuits past its stated 'use by date'!, a 2nd hand jigsaw (it had several pieces missing), perfume (I use the word loosely) with 'tester' label still attached to bottle, a 'best teacher' mug, fridge magnet or picture frame...the novelty of these wore off after 18 years of primary school teaching (however, unlike the previous items these can be recirculated)Like I said, I'm torn because I know its the thought that counts, but.....


I would rather give nothing than anything from your list. Honestly I would be so ashamed! Oh dear :-(
Do they explode in the bath?
sabresonic25/06/2019 11:47

A few examples of previous gifts...a pencil case in the shape of a black …A few examples of previous gifts...a pencil case in the shape of a black stiletto boot, a box of chocolates with no English words anywhere on the packaging and no 'sell by or use by date', a box of biscuits past its stated 'use by date'!, a 2nd hand jigsaw (it had several pieces missing), perfume (I use the word loosely) with 'tester' label still attached to bottle, a 'best teacher' mug, fridge magnet or picture frame...the novelty of these wore off after 18 years of primary school teaching (however, unlike the previous items these can be recirculated)Like I said, I'm torn because I know its the thought that counts, but.....



The amount of Dairy Milk box sets that you see in Poundland that clutter up our kitchen every July (my partner is a teacher) really winds me up! I always buy a large bottle of beer for the male teachers - they always seem to appreciate that. I can't top the 2nd hand jigsaw though, bravo!
Looks like this has expired as the promotion message is not showing for me.
Edited by: "GrimDanFango" 26th Jun
Yep also getting "The promotional code you entered is not valid."

I Think this has expired
Code not working
sabresonic25/06/2019 00:15

Bought some last time for my kids to give to their teachers...wrap them up …Bought some last time for my kids to give to their teachers...wrap them up in some tissue paper individually and they're a great little gift. Haven't used them personally so can't comment on quality, smell etc. For the purpose I got them for they're ideal plus I end up spending less when those end of year occasions come round and I don't get dragged off to the local bargain store by my kids to buy the usual tat...I should caveat that by saying my other half is a teacher and you should see what she comes home with when the school breaks up for the summer holidays! Still, before I get slated by either teachers or parents who make the effort...I do know its the thought that counts (But jeeeze, you should see some of the stuff!!!...and it's so hard to pass on to friends and family forever mindful to ensure they don't visit or live anywhere near a Poundland et al store! )


Even you seem to know it's a crap gift
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