A Kitty, Plus Bubble, Equals..?

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Relaxing With A Lovely Bubble Bath

Living at high altitude is harsh on your skin.  One thing Master and me do to combat this is to take a bath together each day.  Sometimes we put oils or bath salts in the bath.  Other times we use bubbles or a bath bomb.  Our bath time is a time to rehydrate and de-itch-ify skin, but it’s also a time to just be quiet and enjoy the time together.  To relax and just snuggle and kiss and do whatever else we’re in the mood to do.  Since we love spending time in the bath together so much, I asked the people over at MyPleasure if they would let me review this great bubble bath kit.

Test Tube Bubble Bath? Too Cool.

The Chemistry Bubble Bath Set  is very cute and instantly made me think of Master, who loves the eViL scientist feel the set has.  It is also quite friendly looking and very well done.  The plastic base is thick, durable, and bound to last a good long while.  Each tube is well made as well, and when you finish up any of the flavors, you can add your own bubble bath, bath salt, or whatever you’d like to the tube so you can keep playing with the fun bottles.  I am currently refilling my test tubes, and keeping the set in the bath tub for easy access.


The bubble bath came simply packaged – just some shrink wrap, and it didn’t leak at all during shipping.  Score.  The package itself actually has no ingredients listed on it at all, but luckily MyPleasure has them listed all on their website:

Water, sodium laureth sulfate, cocomide DEA, Cocamidopropyl betaine, sodium, chloride, citric acid, methylparaben, propylparaben, parfums (peppermint, pomegrante, rose, and lemon).  If you are allergic or sensitive to any of the ingredients, I recommend not using this product.


The four scents that come in the pack are: lemon/lime, rose, pomegranate, and lavender.  The first one we tried was the rose, and we both enjoyed the scent.  It was a subtle floral scent, but it was lovely.  The lemon/lime was a bit disappointing.  We both love the smell of lemon, but this smells just like lemon/lime dish soap, which is not very tasty smelling to us.  The lavender was stronger than the other scents, and smelled just like it was supposed to.  Wonderful!  The pomegranate didn’t smell like pomegranate at all to us, but the scent was a nice flowery one, and we enjoyed it regardless.

We did find that in order to get many bubbles from any of the scents, we had to use the entire test tube.  I should mention though, that our bath tubs are very, very big if you can’t tell from the pictures.  They fit me and Master in them comfortably, and we still have room to splash around.  The tub is almost three feet across, and I can lay down in it with my feet barely touching the end with the spout.  I’m 5’2″.  If you have a smaller bath tub, you might be able to get a couple of extra uses out of your bubbles.  For us, it was four uses.  The bubbles felt wonderful, and while the scent didn’t really stick to our skin we found that the bubbles themselves did leave us feeling nice and soft.

And, once we’re done relaxing with our bubble bath, we love using our Suction Wrist Restraints to heat things up.


We both really liked this set.  I’m giving it four paws.Thank you so much, MyPleasure, for allowing me the opportunity to try out this bath product  in exchange for an honest and fair review.

14 thoughts on “A Kitty, Plus Bubble, Equals..?

  1. Oh Murrrrrrrrr, bubble baths!!!!

    I wish I had a proper bathtub that fit my long tall body, but alas im stuch with a shower tub that not deep enough or long enough to fit me

  2. I’m glad you liked this! I really wanted to get this and try this, but alas, I have no tub. Like literally, no tub at all, I just have a shower stall like a hotel room 🙁

    1. @Lucid Obsession Oh, that sucks. I don’t think I could live without a bath tub of some kind. It’s sort of my cure for everything: Have a headache? Take a bath. Tired? Take a bubble bath. Stomach cramps? Bath with essential oil. I’m so silly. I’ve been that way since I was little, though.

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