A New Pampering Brand On The Block: Miss Patisserie Bath Bombs & Drool-Worthy Treats

Tuesday nights are bath nights in my household; it’s the one night of the week I’m alone and have nothing better to do than take a long hard-earned soak, book in one hand and glass of wine in the other. Having lived in London for the best part of a decade, where there’s barely room for a shower cubicle let alone anything else, having a bath once again is somewhat of a privilege and indulgence. At any one time there’s a plethora of bathing treats stacked up waiting to be used, but for a long time the brands on offer have been somewhat limited; Lush are obviously the kings of bath bombs, while Jo Malone take the crown for most luxurious bath oils. Apart from the odd addition from a new brand there wasn’t much variation in my routine, but thanks to Miss Patisserie I think Ive found a reason to change all that. The Parisienne-inspired brand uses only the best ingredients and finest fragrances, capitalising on the founder’s knowledge as a trained aromatherapist to encapsulate the most delicious of scents that leave you wanting more.

All the products are still made in Cardiff by a team of Miss
Patisserie ‘Chefs’, but the brand can be found in over 200 stores
nationwide – as well as online and via Harrods and Fenwicks. (I walked
past a display in the latter the other day and it looked good enough to
eat.) Charlotte, the founder, says: “I understand how important good
quality ingredients are and also the
enormity of benefits natural ingredients can have on healthy skin, body
and mind. Today the consumer is a lot more aware of what goes into skin
and beauty products which is a fantastic thing; I enjoy formulating
new products with natural, everyday ingredients with huge benefits.”

If you find Lush a little too sweet or overwhelming, then Miss
Patisserie offers a much more sophisticated alternative; although the scents are incredible and linger so much more than any other bath bomb or treat I’ve tried, they’re uplifting and refreshing – rather than being sickly sweet. They offer traditional bath bombs, cute concentrated bath pastilles (which at 80p each are a great alternative to gifting your mates macarons on their birthday!) and individually boxed ‘Bath Bakes’ which are much better for your waistline than a cupcake.

They also offer a range of body scrubs, skincare products and candles that are both beautifully packaged and a delight to use. Considering a Jo Malone three-wick candle will set you back in the region of a hundred quid, I know I’d much rather spend £25.00 on a Miss
Patisserie number! I get sent a lot of products from smaller brands and, in all honestly, they’re nearly always naff; it’s unusual for me to genuinely love something from a company still in its infant stage, but I genuinely love everything about Miss
Patisserie. Their products are a delight, their ethos is great and they’re a home-grown British brand too. What’s not to get behind?

Miss Patisserie is available online and in Harrods. Prices start from 80p for a bath pastille.

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  1. Bella Noir Beauty
    August 14, 2015 / 1:48 pm

    So pretty!

  2. Sara Fleming
    August 14, 2015 / 2:49 pm

    Pretty packaging!Sara – She Who Is Short

  3. Pam Scalfi
    August 14, 2015 / 4:12 pm

    great prices! I'm new to the whole bath bomb thing so checking these out!Pam xo/ Pam Scalfi♥

  4. Georgia Hope
    August 14, 2015 / 7:28 pm

    These are so cute, really want to try some! xx Chasing Belle

  5. Saloca
    August 14, 2015 / 7:51 pm

    Could they be any cuter? And what fabulous price points, I wasn't expecting it to be so cheap, especially considering they stock in Harrods! I'll have to check them out, they'd make great little gifts around Christmas time! They look good enough to eat! It would take all my self-restraint to NOT give that frosting a lick!Sarah :)Saloca in Wonderland

  6. Professional Daydreamer x
    August 14, 2015 / 8:53 pm

    These are so pretty. I may have to invest in some of these. I love lush but some of them are just far too expensive and quite overpowering smells. Lovely post. Thanks for sharing these little beauties xxChloehttp://professionaldaydreamerx.blogspot.co.uk

  7. Holly Olivia
    August 14, 2015 / 10:26 pm

    I think I have just fallen in love with this brand! I love lush products but these look so much more luxurious and the scrub looks beyond amazing! xhollyolivia2512.blogspot.co.uk

  8. Secret Style File
    August 15, 2015 / 8:16 am

    These really do look good enough to eat! I needed good gift ideas for my little one's teachers as she is leaving nursery. Perfect! Thanks x

  9. Honeypot Blogs
    August 15, 2015 / 10:13 am

    Oh my goodness, this range looks stunning. I must admit I do find Lush products a little sickly sweet sometimes as you mentioned so maybe I should check out this brand! I also like that the body scrub comes in a jar!xxHoneypot Blogs

  10. Analyn Razon
    August 16, 2015 / 5:07 pm

    ooo that product looks great! Anahttp://anarazon.blogspot.co.uk/

  11. Mary Lucas
    August 17, 2015 / 11:27 am

    These are just absolutely gorgeous!

  12. Mary
    September 20, 2017 / 11:00 am

    I've heard a lot about Miss Patisserie but haven't had the opportunity to dip in a bath with one of their bath bombs. I think little brands like these can add some uniqueness to the bath bomb market, which is currently dominated by Lush. It's these little unique brands, like the delightful https://www.buttonandwilde.com/, that make beauty such a big love of mine. Keep the wonderful blog posts coming! 🙂

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