A while ago I did a little piece on some bath creams from Radox. It was totally opportune, as we were creeping towards winter, the time when a bath seemed much more appealing than a shower for most of us.
Now we’re fast approaching summer. Yet I’m curled up under the duvet as I write this post, while the rain and winds are battering the trees outside.
Months after my previous bathing products post, a bath is still much more appealing than a shower.
Again I’ve turned to Radox, trying their Eastern Spirit Bath Therapy.
It was originally for my mum, but I couldn’t resist sneaking some into my bath!
The first thing that strikes you about the bath soak is the smell. It’s citrus-y and zingy and really does help you unwind.
I’m not surprised that the fragrances – Orange
Blossom and Lotus Flower – are traditionally used during meditation in the Far East.
The smell is strong without being overpowering, and leaves a lingering scent on the skin long after you’ve pulled the plug.
Radox Spa Radiant Shower Scrub
But while baths are an indulgent treat on a day off, most of us time-poor girls opt for the shower on a daily basis. Again, Radox has this
covered, with its Radiant Spa Shower Scrub.
The blend of fig extract and neroli oils (read citrus-y again) smells great, and the bonus is the scrub particles which help you exfoliate.
I apply this scrub with a bath mitt, giving a double whammy of exfoliation, leaving you smelling fresh and with great skin.
It really is a win win situation.
Radox’s Eastern Spirit Bath Therapy costs £1.89, while their Radiant Spa Shower Scrub retails at £2.19.
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