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Monday, November 26, 2018

Mr. Bubble Review- Holiday Gift Guide

I am working on finding the best stocking stuffers for my family members for Christmas. My husband and kids usually end up with a lot of junk and candy, and small trinkets that are breakable. I like being able to find things that they can all use. So when I found out about the Mr. Bubble Ornaments and the Luxe by Mr. Bubble. These products I received are available at Target and

The shower bombs are super cute. They are small enough that you can fit them in a stocking without taking up the entire stocking. The pink shower bombs are "Fa La La La Lady" scented which smells like the sweet sweet smell of the original bubble fragrance. You simply place them in your shower and breathe in the sweet aroma while you shower. These also double as bath bombs which I think is fantastic. 

The Mr. Bubble ornaments are super cute ready to go ornaments that already have the ribbon on them to hang on the tree. With Mr. Bubbles bubble bath being around for fifty years, this would make a great gift for any of your loved ones. Most everyone has a memory with Mr. Bubble. This nostalgic packaging looks just like the original from 1961. Bring back your parents memories of their child hood for a low low price of $3.00.  

The other option in shower bomb scents I received to check out is the, " Merry & Clean" scent. My husband personally enjoys this scent very much. It is a clean and sweet scent, but not to overpowering. With these shower / bath bombs being priced at the low price of $4.99 they are sure to sell out fast this holiday season. 

If you would like to check out these great items from Mr. Bubble, and Luxe by Mr. Bubble, please visit their websites by clicking on their names, or click here to go to

Disclosure: I received one or more products for the exchange for my honest opinion. I only recommend product that I would use personally or believe would be a good fit with my readers. All opinions are 100% my own and may differ from yours. I am disclosing this in accordance with the Federal Trade Commission’s 16 CFR, Part 255: “Guides concerning the use of Endorsements and Testimonials in Advertising."

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