Indulgent treatment for the bath.
There's something about soaking away your cares in a long, hot bath that's really appealing; the simple pleasures in life really are the best. So we've made some lovely salts to soothe and relax you - they're not gimmicky, they're just gorgeous. The combination of Epsom and Dead Sea salts will leave your skin feeling soft while the heady scents of the essential oils will help you feel refreshed and ready for anything.
Sold in a plastic tub (SO easy to store).
Also we have added lots more botanticals and an extra splash of essential oil, too, making these salt pots extremely luxurious with a much more fulfilling aroma.
Essential Oils in the Tantra Blend: Rose (rose centifolia), Patchouli (pogostemon cablin), ylang ylang (canaga odorata) - with rose petals.
Essential Oils in the Heavenly Blend: Sandalwood (santalum album), Rose (rose centifolia) and Lemongrass (cymbopogon citratus) - with calendula petals.
Essential Oils in the Lavender Blend: Lavender (lavendula angustifolia) - with lavender buds.
200g - enough for four baths.
Also available in Bath Shots.
Ingredients in descending order of proportion. Click an ingredient to find out more.
- Sea Salt (Maris Sal)
Sea Salt (Maris Sal)
Take water from the ocean, leave it to evaporate and what do you get? Salt crystals, which can then be ground to different-sized granules for a range of products.
- , Epsom Salt (Magnesium Sulphate)
Epsom Salt (Magnesium Sulphate)
Taking its name from a spring in Surrey, England, Epsom salt was produced from the chalk and clay that occurred there.
- , Lavender Essential Oil (Lavandula Angustifolia)
Lavender Essential Oil (Lavandula Angustifolia)
Lavender buds/flowers are steam-distilled to produce this oil.
- , Lavender Flowers (Lavendula Angustifolia Flowers)
Lavender Flowers (Lavendula Angustifolia Flowers)
Buds of the flowering herb.
- , Sandalwood Essential Oil ( Santalum Album)
Sandalwood Essential Oil ( Santalum Album)
Distilled from the 'heartwood' of mature sandalwood trees.
A really long-lasting smell that has a very thick consistency, almost like syrup.
- , Rose Essential Oil (Rose Centifolia)
Rose Essential Oil (Rose Centifolia)
A concentrate is made by the extraction of rose petals.
Rose absolute is its purest form, which is extremely expensive. It's often sold in a dilution to make it more affordable.
- , Lemongrass Essential Oil (Cymbopogon Citratus)
Lemongrass Essential Oil (Cymbopogon Citratus)
A steam distillation of the grass, refreshing and sweet in smell.
- , Calendula Petals (Calendula Officinalis Petals)
Calendula Petals (Calendula Officinalis Petals)
Petals are picked from marigold flowers and dried. They are often used solely for their appealing bright orange appearance.
- , Patchouli Essential Oil (Pogostemon Cablin)
Patchouli Essential Oil (Pogostemon Cablin)
Patchouli leaves are broken down to release the oil. Thick in texture, it smells extremely sweet, with earthy undertones.
- , Ylang Ylang Essential Oil (Cananga Odorata)
Ylang Ylang Essential Oil (Cananga Odorata)
Ylang ylang oil is made from a steam or water distillation of the flower heads.
It has a very light smell - floral and sweet, which makes it quite calming.
- , Dried Rose Petals (Rosa Damascena Petals)
Dried Rose Petals (Rosa Damascena Petals)
Petals are picked and dried, or dehydrated; this way they retain their colour.
- Sea Salt (Maris Sal)