Tokyo Milk Bon Bon Bubbling Bath Rose with Bees No. 12

Looking at the bottle of Tokyo Milk Bon Bon Bubbling Bath reminded me of a scene. Imagine I was at a hot spring, closing my eyes I saw a bottle of sake on a piano black ceramic dish. But instead after opening my eyes, I saw the sake got replaced with a bottle of Bubbling Bath which is even better! I couldn’t possibly drink sake and jump into a hot bath tub, I’d faint on the spot and my eyes will turn to X’s with my head swirling around in a slow circular motion. But who cares! It’s not going to happen. Let’s talk about this bottle of bubbles!

Rose with Bees #12 comes in two sizes 16 oz and 33.8 oz. The 16 oz goes for $22.00 and the 33.8 oz goes for $36.00. They are both available online at www.tokyo-milk.com and www.neimanmarcus.com.

This bubble bath has a big heavy glass bottle with a simple tin screw top. The design is as clean as it can be. The design of the rose and the bees are seen through the bottle and on the sticky end of the label sticker design (Inside-Out Label Design). It’s like through a looking glass. You might notice a bit of a fish eye view. But most importantly, it is also very decorative. Decorative?! I mean putting it on the counter top as decoration. On the side is a stamp of Tokyo Milk’s insignia shown on the 2nd photo.

The ingredients are all listed on the bottom of the bottle.

This bottle of bubbles comes liquid like smooth with a hint of thickness in its texture. Upon opening the bottle you would immediatley notice the scent. How would i describe the scent? It is a bit of floral and citrus to it. You might find it a bit sweet with more citrus like than floral.

Described on the bottle are the scents of Citrus Zest, Rosewood, Mimosa, and Mandarin. The scent of Mandarins is probably the most noticeable scent out of everything. There are also traces of Japanese Green Tea Extract, Avocados for hydration, Olive Oils, and Vitamin E. So indeed this softens the skin and moisturizes it every bit while you relax in the bubble bath.

After jumping into the bath, I realized how soothing and relaxing this bubble bath was. It was really pleasant on the scent, you feel a chic luxury to it. Bubbles lasted longer than expected and staying in the water felt nice. One thing that I noticed was the scent slowly reminded me of some champagne or even a glass of martini for some odd reason despite me thinking of it like a bottle of sake in the beginning.

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9 Responses to Tokyo Milk Bon Bon Bubbling Bath Rose with Bees No. 12

  1. Usagi Anna February 8, 2012 at 6:41 AM

    Wow there is actually a Tokyo Milk?

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    • admin February 9, 2012 at 3:28 AM

      Yes. It’s by Margot Elena. She makes a few lines of products that are quite nice. Check her out at the tokyo milk webby.

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  2. MM Curator February 8, 2012 at 9:20 AM

    Thanks for the review! I love Tokyo Milk bubble baths – they smell great and they look so pretty in the bathroom. 🙂

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    • admin February 9, 2012 at 3:29 AM

      Hey MM. I checked out your blog, it’s quite unique on how you display your makeup. Very refreshing and great idea.

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  3. Angela Wang February 8, 2012 at 9:37 AM

    Tokyo Milk is so interesting, there is even a dark brand that is all black and such. When I first came across Tokyo Milk I thought it was some brand like Tokidoki and such but after seeing their products I was like wow…

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  4. Hanna Anri February 8, 2012 at 1:57 PM

    So much bathing products recently. I never actually knew there were so many good ones that existed.

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    • admin February 9, 2012 at 3:30 AM

      Sometimes bathing can be considered a luxury.

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  5. eMickey February 8, 2012 at 10:11 PM

    I can so picture you in the description in the very beginning~!!!

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    • admin February 9, 2012 at 3:30 AM

      LOL… STOP!

      Reply

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