The women in your life deserve a little pampering this holiday season. What better way to spoil them than with these new holiday gift sets from Luxe by Mr.Bubble! These vintage-inspired treats are sure to impress even the pickiest of women!
Milk & Cookies Tub Time Retreat Gift Set- Forget Santa! This year treat yourself to some milk and cookies! This adorable gift set includes one bottle of milk bubble bath and two cookie bath melts. The milk bubble bath is made with shea and vitamin E which are sure to nourish the skin. The two cookie bath melts are made with cocoa and shea butter which are perfect for a daily dose of hydration. This trio is available in two scents which include Original Bubble and Sweet and Clean. Priced at $9.99, the Milk & Cookies Tub Time Retreat is available exclusively at Target starting November 1st.
Me Time Gift Set- Ready for a little bath time on the rocks? This limited edition Me Time Gift Set includes Bubbletini Bath Bombs in a functioning martini shaker and powdered bubble bath in a reusable retro tin. Bubbletini Bath Bombs are extremely moisturizing and perfect for soothing the skin. With the powdered bubble bath, a little goes a long way! Turn a boring bath into a spa-like treatment with just one little scoop! This set is available in two scents which include Original Bubble and Sweet and Clean. Priced at $12.00, the Me Time Gift Set is available exclusively at Target starting December 1.
Bubbletini Bath Bombs- Everyone loves a good bath bomb, so why not serve them shaken? Bubbletini Bath Bombs come in a functioning martini shaker. There are 14 bath bombs in each shaker, which is perfect for 6+ baths! These little gems are going to make perfect stocking stuffers! Priced at $8.99, Bubbletini Bath Bombs are available exclusively at Target starting December 1.
*You can learn more about these gift sets on the Luxe website*
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