Yummy For Your Bath: Bubble Roome

08/23/2006 at 11:18 AM ET

You knew when Posh and Becks named their son after it, Brooklyn had arrived. Now not only home to glamourous couples like Michelle and Heath, it has also spawned one of the most charming bath lines around, The Bubble Roome. The whimsical packaging and the unique flavor combinations (Lavender & Geranium, Tangerine & Lemongrass) grab your senses, while you are pampered with the all natural, paraben-free products. And if you do want to give a shout-out to Brooklyn, check out their borough-based body butters and soaps, named after 8 major neighborhoods (all 15% off right now!).

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Photo: Courtesy of The Bubble Roome

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Bunky on

That’s pretty cool that they’ve got 8 different thingies named after 8 areas of Brooklyn. They should have one called “Ebbets Field” for the over-50 set.

Rose on

Greatt

ELLE MCHENRY on

I have tried the soaps and ‘Park Slope’. Tea Tree and Peppermint is my other favorite.

craig on

the bubble roome is my favorite bath line! so exciting to see them getting some attention! i would love to recommend the tea tree and peppermint as well. also, the brooklyn slice soaps are the most wonderfully scented soaps i’ve ever used (and smelled!) and so cute!

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