Best bath salts, oils [etc.]

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  1. helen-rox

    helen-rox New Member

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    I have been starting to take care of my skin more lately but one thing I have not yet used are bath salt/sugar or oils... Please share your favorites and recommendations (if you can please describe the product). Thank you:flower:
     
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    luluposh New Member

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    I've been thinking about the perfect "bath" lately since it is so cold..

    I tend to run VERY hot water.
    I use a body brush and scrub myself in circular motions towards the heart (it is very good for the circulation, especially before a hot bath).

    I also use Soap & Glory Spa "Sugar Crush" when I feel like it. I adore the scent and composition, one of my absolute favourite products.

    My favourite bath oil is Kneipp Moisture Bath - Almond.
    I've always used Kneipp products, but I tend to use Almond more than any other. It leaves the skin very soft. All of Kneipp's oils are excellent in my opinion, and very good for relaxing.

    I am hoping to try Shu Uemura - Pleasure of Japanese Bath "Yuzu" as soon as I can get ahold of some.

    Any one else have any recommendations for a great bath routine? Oils? Bubble baths??
     
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    Shu Uemura Pleasure of Japanese Bath Sakura :heart: :heart: Turns the bath into a delicious milky heavenly scented dream :heart:

    I also love the LUSH Marshmallow bath melts!
     
  4. alyseinnit

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    ren's rose morrocan otto oil (or something like that) smells really amazing.

    epsoms salts and good for temporarily reducing bloating, too. i believe sea salts and oatmeal are good for skin conditions.

    philosophy make really lovely ones, also!
     

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