SALTS, OILS OR BUBBLES?

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A bit of pamper time is always good for the soul. The soothing effect of a soak in warm water bath helps to relax muscles and the slight fall in temperature as you step out nudges your body in to sleep mode, so helps you to feel sleepy. The question is what do you add to your bath to make it extra special? Are you a oil lover, a bath salt devotee or a bubble babe? Here are the pros and cons to help you choose 

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Skin is porous, so adding the right minerals to your bathwater triggers a process called reverse osmosis, which draws harmful toxins from the body and is thought to support the absorption of the sleepy mineral, Magnesium. Our blend of Dead Sea salts and Epsom salts are reported to help ease tired muscles and relieve joint swelling, so are great when you are feeling a bit stiff or sore at the end of the day. Whilst bath salts are natural, it’s worth checking that no artificial fragrances or other artificial ingredients have been added

 

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Skin that’s been hidden under layers of woolly jumpers all winter can get dry and flaky and in need of some good moisturisation. But slathering damp skin with cold creams after a lovely warm soak can really ruin a pamper session. A soak in a warm tub that’s laced with luxurious bath oils is the perfect cheat. You’ll step out with skin that’s ready-moisturised from top to toe. Take care when choosing a bath oil and look for one that uses coconut oil (like ours) so it can be applied directly to the skin and will disperse naturally in water without the addition of chemical agents

 

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A good old fashion soak in a bath full of bubbles taps into nostalgia and brings back happy childhood memories. But traditional soapy suds can have a dehydrating effect on your skin and exacerbate dry skin conditions. Bubbles are tricky to make naturally which is why we haven't included one in our range yet, but we haven’t given up trying

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