This weekend we were invited to an event at the Miss Patisserie store to see their new collection and it was so much fun!
The store was as beautiful as always, and there were so many lovely products to have a look at and smell that we got stuck in as soon as possible.
The store is really well laid out and although simple, everything is easy to access and it looks really stylish.
The use of wooden crates on the walls for each type of bath bomb looks really cool, and also extremely difficult to choose what you want as they all look amazing!
The window display is always a favourite, the rows of their bath bakes are so pretty and the flowers cascading all along the window are perfect for spring time. In fact I’d like to have a wall of these flowers in my house!
We browsed the store and basically tried as many products as we could.
Charlotte was in store and lovely as always, she showed us a few different scrubs, body butters and dry oils. I never really thought too much of scrubbing and moisturising my hands but dear lord, my hands were so soft that it was unbelievable – I will certainly be paying them a lot more attention from now on.
M particularly liked the sound of the coffee scrubs, they have three different types and are supposed to be great for cellulite.
During our demonstration Charlotte showed us the Bath Crumble, which is basically a bag full of crushed up bath bombs. The bath art is beautiful, with all of the colours mixed together the patterns and swirls are amazing!
They have a great range of candles too, lots of different scents and the lemon grass one particularly caught my eye. Citrus scents are my favourite!
I bought my mum a candle at Christmas and she loved the scent, the candle didn’t last very long as she had it lit all the time.
The facial oils have been something I’ve had my eye on for a while but as I’ve got two in my stash at the moment I am trying to wait out and buy it when I’ve run out. The Goji oil is definitely the one I’d choose, it smells great and a tiny bit goes a long way!
The Bath Shards are a new addition and look really exciting, they are large flat pieces that you can snap off and place into the bath. There are three types altogether and one has a bit of fizz in. I can’t find the full info on the website yet but you really need to try these, for £2.80 you can get a packet and you just need to snap off a section and let it melt in the bath water.
There were so many new things and beautiful sets to try out, and with some discount available on the day me and M both spent so much! We have a lot of posts coming up with plenty of beautiful bath bombs and wonderful smelling products, have you got any favourites from Miss Patisserie that you would recommend??
We can’t wait to try out everything!
L and M xxx