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The Promise of Romance in a Bottle of Bubble Bath

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February 21, 1999

The latest in a long line of movie tie-ins is "Message in a Bottle" bubble bath. Created by Philosophy, a bath and beauty products company, at the same time the romantic drama of the same name was being filmed, the mineral-enriched wash is full of sea kelp, blue algae and spirula.

The product was designed to fit into the story line of the movie, which begins with a journalist played by Robin Wright Penn finding a bottle on the beach containing not bubble bath, but a love letter addressed to "Catherine" and signed only "G." The love letter prompts her to search for the author (Kevin Costner), a widowed shipbuilder.

The product's bottle is made to look like the one found on the beach. One can hope the bubble bath is more enjoyable than the movie's tearful ending.

Call (888) 263-9243 for more information.

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