Bath treatment with re-usable bag.
We love to use oats in the bath. Oatmilk is second to none for skin softening and soothing but, to be totally honest, we don't always love the clean-up job it leaves behind. We're delighted to say that we've solved this by containing the pulverised oats in a neat little unbleached teabag, then popping that into a muslin bag that you can use as a sponge! There are also two soaks with no oats at all, just yummy salts and smells.
Simple and, if we say so ourselves, a bit brilliant. To lock in the incredible essential oil smell, these are contained within a biodegrable bag for freshness.
Our Soaks come in the following varieties:
Heavenly Oat Bath - contains oat powder, Epsom salt, calendula petals and essential oils of rose, lemongrass and sandalwood. Let your mind drift and the essential oils will work their relaxo-magic on you while the oats soften up your rough edges.
Baby Oat Bath - contains oat powder, Epsom salt and lavender essential oil. Simple and soothing for even the most sensitive of skins, a real hardworking gem.
Cleopatra Oat Bath - oat powder, Epsom salt, goat's milk powder (sorry vegans!) and essential oils of basil, palmarosa, rosewood and lavender. Truly a bath fit for a queen, filled with the most regal of essential oils - we can dream for a while, eh?
BACK SOON! Muscle Recovery Bath - containing Epsom salt, bicarbonate of soda and essential oils of ginger, eucalyptus, lemon, lavender and thyme, to ease muscles and leave you feeling like you could do it all over again. Tomorrow maybe but, still, you can do it. And yes, we realise, no oats in this one, we've left it to the Epsom to do the hard work here, pumping you up with magnesium for healing and recovery. We just really like using the teabag sealer, OK?
(Shipping weight 40g; 50g for Muscle Recovery)
Ingredients in descending order of proportion. Click an ingredient to find out more.
- Oat powder
- , 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.
- , 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.
- , 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.
- , 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.
- , Goat's Milk Powder
Goat's Milk Powder
A natural emollient, this helps to soothe and moisturise skin.
- , Basil Essential Oil (Ocimum Basilicum)
Basil Essential Oil (Ocimum Basilicum)
Basil is spiked with small white flowers and has big, bright green leaves that contain lots of strong scent.
- , Palmarosa Essential Oil (Cymbopogon Martinii)
Palmarosa Essential Oil (Cymbopogon Martinii)
Palmarosa grows like grass, and is dried out to make the oil. It carries a sweet, floral smell.
- , Rosewood Essential Oil (Aniba Rosaeodora)
Rosewood Essential Oil (Aniba Rosaeodora)
Oil is extracted from the wood of Aniba rosaeodora. When it arrives at the distillery, the wood is chipped, and then steam distilled.
- , Lavender Essential Oil (Lavandula Angustifolia)
Lavender Essential Oil (Lavandula Angustifolia)
Lavender buds/flowers are steam-distilled to produce this oil.
- , Bicarbonate of Soda (Sodium Bicarbonate)
Bicarbonate of Soda (Sodium Bicarbonate)
- , Ginger Essential Oil (Zingiber Officinale)
Ginger Essential Oil (Zingiber Officinale)
Ginger oil is warming, quite masculine in scent and very strong.
- , Eucalyptus Lemon Essential Oil (Eucalyptus Citriodora)
Eucalyptus Lemon Essential Oil (Eucalyptus Citriodora)
Lemon eucalyptus is a tree. Oil is extracted from the leaves.
- , Thyme Essential Oil (Thymus Vulgaris)
Thyme Essential Oil (Thymus Vulgaris)
Flowering tops of the herb are collected for distillation. Thyme produces a fresh, 'garden' scent.
- Oat powder
Product Testimonials Soothing Soaks
Bought some of these as a gift for my mum and she really liked them!