Beach Please Salty Coconut Bath Soak
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Sprinkle a little Beach Please Salty Coconut Bath Soak into your tub and let the notes of salt air, neroli, bergamot, melon, citrus, Bois de rose and woody musk take you away to a sunny beach day. The best part? You’ll look and feel just as refreshed as you would after a salty ocean swim (and there’s zero chance of sunburn).
Handmade in small batches by the sea in Sydney, Australia, the Beach Please Salty Coconut Bath Soak is packed with mineral-rich ingredients that help to relax and nourish your skin and mind. Think de-stressing Epsom salt, free-radical fighting and moisturising coconut oil, cleansing and detoxifying Himalayan pink salt and Australian sea salt, a natural disinfectant and exfoliator. Oh hey, radiant skin.
Did we mention it’s 100% vegan and cruelty-free? There’s that, too. Happy soaking!
Ingredients that make your skin glow and your body relax:EPSOM SALT: Soothes sore muscles, helps to de-stress and relax your mind and boosts your body’s magnesium levels. That sound? It’s you exhaling. AUSTRALIAN SEA SALT: A natural detoxifier and disinfectant that cleanses your skin leaving it soft and smooth. Expect “you’re glowing” compliments to start immediately. HIMALAYAN PINK SALT: Contains healing minerals that leave your skin refreshed and energised. COCONUT OIL: Nourishes and hydrates your skin while helping to protect it from those pesky, ageing free radicals.
The Soak Life says NO to these nasties:
Artificial preservatives, artificial colours, animal products, SLS/SLES, phthalates, parabens and palm oil.
FULL INGREDIENT LIST
Magnesium Sulfate (Epsom Salt), Sodium, Chloride (Australian Sea Salt), Sodium Chloride (Pink Himalayan Salt), Cocos Nucifera (Coconut) Oil*, Fragrance, Tocopherol (Vitamin E)**
**Derived from vegetable oils including Soybean Oil so may not be suitable if you have a soy allergy.
Add a handful or more to a warm bath, hop in and get salty. You’re welcome.
Tip: Shake well before using as some of the goodness may have settled to the bottom.