Hey Peeps! I have been asked by many of readers to write a few reviews and monthly favourites. To be honest I am very loyal to the products I have been using and rarely try new toiletries. Although, I experiment a lot with cosmetics and buy whatever attracts me at that point.
I have received an Orange bath salt by Nature’s Co. recently and I was little hesitant to use this because I have never used such a product earlier. Moreover, I have sensitive skin so before using it I did my research and then tested this product by using it for a pedicure.
After using this product I am sharing my experience so that if you are interested in buying a good bathing salt but hesitant to take a plunge, you can take your call.
About Orange Bath Salt
Before I could use bath salt I found about a bit more about the product as I was a first time user. So for those who don’t what bath salt is, it is a mix of water-soluble grounded minerals, used to enhance your bathing experience.
It helps to clean, uplift your senses and detoxify, enhancing the quality of your skin with a natural glow. It even relaxes and rejuvenates, helping to fight against stress and fatigue.
My Experience with Bath Salt
It was a Thursday evening and I had been already worn down by a hectic week. The jar of Orange bath salt, lying on my dressing table was inviting me to try it out. I filled my bucket with warm water and poured two tablespoons of the bath salt in it.
The objective was to relax by soaking my feet in hot water and try out a new product. It not only relaxes your body but softens your skin as well. Soaking up the aroma infused my senses with a fresh feeling. I have become a huge fan of Nature’s Co. bath salt.
The only issue I found is I don’t have a bathtub so maybe I could not use it in an intended way. I would still recommend it to people who are looking for a great bathing salt to relax and rejuvenate.
It costs Rs 995 for 325 grams. I got a sample product container which is 35 grams and I think I will be able to use for more than 12 times. I must say its value for money, a regular jar would last you many times over.
Until next time!
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