Natural Bath Soaks, by Batch 001
These deeply relaxing, 100% natural, Salt & Oil Bath Soaks contain the purest Dead Sea Salts and Pink Himalayan Salts, with 84 minerals, including iron, magnesium, potassium, calcium and zinc. These vital minerals occur naturally in our bodies, but must be replenished, as they are lost during day. The natural salts cleanse, soften and detoxify, leaving the skin silky smooth, and are helpful for those suffering with dry skin.
The Organic Tea Tree and Lavender essential oils are anti-inflammatory, antibacterial and intensely relaxing.
The Organic Sweet Orange and Bergamot essential oils are anti-inflammatory, naturally uplifting and help you de-stress.
Usage: Add a generous handful of the Salt & Oil Bath Soaks to a warm bath, let the salts dissolve, and soak for 15-20 minutes. Breathe deeply and inhale the aroma of the pure essential oils, as the salts relax tired muscles and the oils quieten busy minds. Use to whenever you need to soothe sore muscles, ease tension, and feel uplifted.
- 280g / 9.9 OZ
- Made in England
- Made by Hand
- 100% Natural Ingredients
- Never tested on animals; suitable for vegans
- For External use only; keep out of the reach of children
Ingredients: Sodium Chloride (Pink Himalayan Salt)*, Maris Sal (Dead Sea Salt)*, Prunus Armeniaca (Apricot Kernel) Oil*, Citrus Sinensis* **, Citrus Bergamia*, Citral*, Limonene*, Linalool*
- *100% Natural, Naturally Occurring
Packaging: Recyclable glass bottle
About Batch #001
"I was inspired to create a range of completely natural and organic products they could use to soothe and repair their inflamed and irritated skin. They had both suffered terribly from birth, endless doctors’ appointments and even late night trips to A&E. Having always had dry skin myself, I was looking everywhere for something completely natural, to help ease our skin flare-ups and lock in moisture. But I didn’t want to use a product with a long ingredient list including synthetic chemicals, preservatives, sulphates and parabens". Read more here: https://batch001.com/story/