How to bathe like a pro.
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If you follow me on Instagram Stories you might have recently noticed that I've become quite
the bath addict since experiencing my first winter back in London. It's not just the cold that makes
me want to jump in a hot tub, for me it's a time that I can spend
about things and trying not to dwell on work tasks the whole time (working from home
certainly doesn't help with the whole work/personal overlap).
When I have a bath I go all out - salts, oils, scrubs, posh soaps - you name it, it's in my bath.
The products currently jumping in with me are...
Susanne Kaufman Witch Hazel Bath
Not only maybe the most photogenic bottle of bath oil ever, but the witch hazel works wonders
on dry skin by regulating the amount of oil on the surface - plus it smells divine.
This Works Deep Sleep Bath Soak
Lavender and Vetiver salts soothe and calm the muscles and mind, getting you ready for a
great snooze. Remember though, if you use salts to not spend more than 30 minutes in the bath
as they can dry the skin out - and make sure you moisturise after.
Tom Ford Jasmine Rouge Soap Bar
If there was ever going to be a luxury soap, it's would be a Tom Ford soap. I love the old school
feeling of using an actual bar, especially when it smells like one of my favourite perfumes.
Omorovicza Gold Sugar Scrub
Made with fair trade sugar, colloidal gold and floral oils, this is the most luxurious way to get
rid of any dry skin on the body, making scrubbing a pleasure rather than a chore.
Emma Hardie Moringa Cleansing Balm
My go-to night time cleanser which can also be used as a nourishing mask - so I leave it on for
10 minutes when I first get in, then wash it off for clean, hydrated skin.
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