The Bath Project, created by Dr Barbara Kubicka, has launched with a five-strong range of all-natural ‘bath-in-a-box’ products.
Described as a luxurious range of ‘bathceuticals’, the collection comes packaged in card sourced from sustainable forests and with ingredients housed in glass rather than plastic. Each box contains enough for five healing baths, with ingredients the consumer mixes as part of a pre-bath ritual.
The Skin box is designed to help rebuild the skin barrier and promote a healthy, youthful appearance. The ingredients included are beetroot powder, nourishing coconut milk powder, hydrating argan oil, Dead Sea salt, rose absolute essential oil and antioxidant Green Tea infusion bags.
Sleep is aimed at balancing the nervous system, relaxing the muscles, reducing tension and calming the mind, with beetroot powder, blue spirulina, hydrating apricot kernel oil, magnesium flakes, calming lavender and melissa essential oils, and camomile tea infusion bags.
The Sport variant seeks to aid muscle recovery, helping to stimulate the circulation, reduce tension and assist the body in ridding itself of lactic acid build-up. The formulation comprises blue spirulina, fractionated coconut oil, detoxifying Epsom salts, stimulating mint, eucalyptus and black pepper essential oils, and mint tea infusion bags.
For calming skin prone to irritation, dryness and allergies, the Sensitive bath box combines oat milk powder to help with eczema, fractionated coconut oil, Dead Sea salt, aloe vera powder and polyphenol-rich rose bud tea infusion bags.
Finally, Little Ones offers a combination of ingredients aimed at nurturing and supporting the delicate skins of babies at bath time with coconut milk powder, jojoba oil, Epsom salts and calming camomile and soporific lavender tea infusion bags.
Also available is a Ritual Bathing Kit which includes a bowl, cup, face cloth, body brush and mixing whisk to help create the perfect bathing experience.
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