The Sweet Smell Of Violet | Patisserie de Bane Sugared Violet

As some of you may or may not know, i’ve been absolutely loving anything that smells of Violet lately. That’s why when I had heard that Patisserie De Bain had released a Sugared Violet range, I instantly knew that I had to check it out, and after taking a very long look at the entire range, I eventually picked up the Patisserie De Bain Shower Creme Sugared Violet, the Patisserie De Bain Body Mist Sugared Violet, and the Patisserie De Bain Hand Cream Tube Sugared Violet. Well i’ve been using them all for a little while now, and I thought that I would tell you what I thought of them.

What Patisserie De Bain say about all three products.

The Patisserie De Bain Shower Creme Sugared Violet.

Whether you’re a bath or a shower person, release your inner child with this sweetly scented bath and shower creme. Sugared Violet will take you right back to happy childhood memories, surrounding your senses in a flurry of happiness as the creme gently cleanses your skin, and leaves it smelling positively delectable.

The Patisserie De Bain Body Mist Sugared Violet.

These delightful body mists from Patisserie De Bain are adorable to look at and mouthwateringly good to smell. Rose and Company founder, Caroline Rose, spent years creating and perfecting this nostalgic scent, which evokes powerful childhood memories.

The Patisserie De Bain Hand Cream Tube Sugared Violet.

If you like your hands silky smooth and sweet smelling, then you’ve come to the right place. Our hand creams are rich in moisturising glycerine to keep your hands in tip-top condition, with the added bonus of smelling of our delectable sweet scents. Sugared Violet is our favourite to take a journey into memories of childhood sweets and fun and frolics with. Make sure your hands stay sweet all day long with a cute handy tube that’s ideal for popping in your handbag, keeping in your desk drawer, or stashing in your car.

A tall white cone shaped bottle that has Patisserie De Bain and sugared violet written in pink and purple writing inside a light purple bubble and Shower Creme written in white writing inside a blue bubble, on a white background.

A picture of the Patisserie De Bain Shower Creme Sugared Violet.

The Patisserie De Bain Shower Cream Sugared Violet.

It’s scent.

I really liked it’s scent, as I thought that it smelt incredibly strong, and reminded me of the Palma Violet sweets that I used to eat as a child, it did however have a very strong soapy undertone to it that never really disappeared though.

It’s consistency.

I really liked it’s consistency, as even though it had an extremely watery consistency to it, once I had lathered it up a little, it turned into a thick creamy shower creme that created tons of big Violet scented suds all over my body. I also really liked that I only needed to use a very tiny amount of it, as I found that a fifty pence sized amount went quite a long way.

It’s results.

I absolutely loved what this did to my skin, as it left it feeling silky soft and incredibly moisturised, as well as smelling of gorgeous Violet for hours once I had gotten out of the bath.

It’s packaging.

I really liked it’s packaging, as this came in a beautiful pastel coloured tall tube that looked fantastic sat on my beauty shelves.

A white cylindrical spray bottle that has Patisserie De Bain and sugared violet written in pink and purple writing inside a light purple bubble and body mist written in white writing inside a blue bubble with a picture of a Violet on it, on a white background.

A picture of the Patisserie De Bain Body Mist Sugared Violet.

The Patisserie De Bain Body Mist Sugared Violet.

It’s scent.

I really liked it’s scent, as I thought that it smelt incredibly strong, and that one spray could fill an entire room with it’s sweet and floral scent within seconds. The only thing that I didn’t like about it’s scent however, was that once I had sprayed it onto my skin, it did have a slight undertone of hairspray to it that took a couple of minutes to disappear.

It’s results.

I really liked it’s results, as I found that when I sprayed it on my skin at about eight in the morning, I could still faintly smell it when I eventually rolled into bed at about 11 at night.

It’s packaging.

I really liked it’s packaging, as this came in a very large beautiful pastel coloured spray bottle with a spray lid, that looked amazing sat on my beauty shelves. I also really liked it’s spray lid, as I thought that it produced a very powerful spray with very little effort.

A short white cone shaped bottle that has Patisserie De Bain and sugared violet written in pink and purple writing inside a light purple bubble and hand cream written in white writing inside a blue bubble with a picture of some pebbles on it, on a pink background.

A picture of the Patisserie De Bain Hand Cream Tube Sugared Violet.

The Patisserie De Bain Hand Cream Tube Sugared Violet.

It’s scent.

I really liked it’s scent, as I thought that it smelt incredibly strong, and reminded me of the Palma Violet sweets that I used to eat as a child, it did have a very subtile undertone of plastic to it that only went away once I had massaged it into my skin though.

It’s consistency.

I really liked it’s consistency, as even though it was incredibly thick, it eventually turned into a very thin cream that was really easy to massage into my skin.

It’s results.

I really liked it’s results, as not only did it leave my hands feeling incredibly moisturised without leaving them feeling greasy, but it also left them smelling of gorgeous Violet for hours after I had used it.

It’s packaging.

I really liked it’s packaging, as this came in a beautiful stubby pastel coloured tube that looked gorgeous sat on my beauty shelves.

My overall thoughts.

Overall I would have to rate the Patisserie De Bain Shower Creme Sugared Violet an eight point five out of ten, the Patisserie De Bain Body Mist Sugared Violet a nine out of ten, and the Patisserie De Bain Hand Cream Tube Sugared Violet an eight point five out of ten. I really liked the Patisserie De BaiN Shower Creme Sugared Violet, as I absolutely loved it’s scent, consistency, and results, but I unfortunately wasn’t a massive fan of it’s very overwhelming soapy undertone. I really liked the Patisserie De Bain Body Mist Sugared Violet, as I thought that it smelt the strongest of the three products that I tried, and that it’s scent lasted on my skin for so long. I also really liked the Patisserie De Bain Hand Cream Tube Sugared Violet, as I absolutely loved what it did to my hands, and that it left them smelling of gorgeous sweet Violet for hours after I had used it.

If you would like to check out any of these three amazing violet scented products for yourselves, then you can either pop into your local Superdrug store, buy them online from Superdrug here, or you can buy them directly from Patisserie De Bain online here.

Have you checked out any of the Patisserie De Bain Sugared Violet range yet? What have you tried? What did you think of it? Please let me know down below.

Luke x

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