Suds or Duds? Chocolate Bath Gifts

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It’s no secret, I love chocolate. Some may even say I’m obsessed by it. But, do I want to bathe in it?

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All day long surrounded by the lingering scent of decadent chocolate, luring me into the bakery, the ice cream shop, the chocolate shop. Sounds simply aweful.

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 Buy it by the bar.

Chocolate mint soap

Or, buy it as a liquid.

Chocolate Passion Shower Wash

OR, buy it as a solid that dissolves into a liquid.

Chocolate Bath Bombs

(The worst part about these soaps is that they look delicious. One may find it hard to resist a taste, and then quickly regret it.)

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For the single woman, that was brought up with the theory that the way to a man’s heart is through his stomach:

Bath and Bodyworks Temptations’ Wickedly Hot Chocolate Lotion

So, smelling like the third course of dinner will theoretically drive your date cocoa loco.

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Although, I wouldn’t suggest rubbing bacon behind your ears.

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And for the man, who wants to be as irresistible as Ben and Jerry:

Axe Shower Gel Dark Temptations

 

 

From the product description:

Subtle aroma of chocolate with fresh gourmet scents;

Combines hot chocolate, amber and red peppercorn notes;

Unlimited female attraction”

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Although, I’m guessing that this scenario is more realistic:

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So what do you think of these chocolate scented bath products? Money well spent? Or, money down the drain?

 

Please share in the comment section below.

Gift these suds?

Trash these duds?

Or, keep them for yourself?

6 thoughts on “Suds or Duds? Chocolate Bath Gifts

  1. I have tried the Axe Dark Magic, and although I did not experience either of your presented scenarios I had the most popular table at lunch. Unfortunately I also spent a lot of time at the vending machine that day. ๐Ÿซ

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