[unpaid/sample/ad] With a new bath product about as exciting as my evenings get at the moment, I was intrigued to try a bath jelly designed to be applied to the skin before you step into the tub. What a great idea.
It’s an aromatherapy blend that uses bergamot, petitgrain, eucalyptus, juniper and lavender which amounts to a general ‘well-being’ aroma that’s an instant brain soothe. The idea of massaging product into skin before jumping into the water is new to me but I really did like it. I guess you’d say it feels more like a syrupy balm than a jelly so it smooths nicely onto skin. I was a bit quick I think with my ‘massage’ because I was in tester mode – next time I’ll take my time with it and appreciate the process a bit more.
As you can see (spoon is mine by the way) it’s not drippy and nor does it feel sticky or gloopy. When you get into the water, the jelly turns milky and just kind of melts into the water so you get the aroma all around you. My skin felt moisturised after I got out and while the fragrance isn’t strong, it left a trail into the evening. It comes in six small jars which I assume are ‘portion sizes’ although personally, I’d have liked it better in one big jar. The formula is vegan and the base comprises kukui seed oil, grape seed oil, sunflower seed oil and macadamia seed oil. It felt exactly like the treat it’s meant to be. You can find Bath Jelly HERE for £45.
Elizabeth Arden Hyaluronic Acid Ceramide Capsules
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