I never talk about bath products or hair products and I thought since I loved these I should give it a shot. Now I was the person who wanted to give into the ‘Avocado and poached egg on toast’ trend a go, but I hate Avocados so I didn’t…that’s why I was so sceptical of trying the Avobath Bath Bomb due to the smell. I bought it anyway and I am SO GLAD I DID!
Avobath Bath Bomb
I had probably one of the most stressful weeks of my life and I decided to buy a bath bomb to unwind. I gave in and used it before the stressful event and then bought a few more after that purchase – whoops.
It has a strong citrus smell (which comes from the Lemongrass and Bergamot oils). Other ingredients include Avocado and Olive Oil to soothe dry, dehydrated skin – just what I need. I am not really into bath bombs that have 101 things going on at the same time, its one of the reasons I like Lush, they’re just too bloody good and don’t go all crazy. Well, not in a bad way!
I always find these smells calming. Its not too strong to the point where you could get sick but just the right level so you can smell it in the room whilst having your bath. It turned the water a gorgeous green colour and I can honestly say my skin has never felt so smooth. My dry legs were smoother and we all get dry elbows, right? GONE. Literally after about 3-ish Bath Bombs they’ve never been dry again. You obviously have to keep up with body lotion though.
Seanik Shampoo Bar
This is something I had never come across before until a man in Lush showed me them. I was asked what I think the condition of my hair is now and what I am aiming for (e.g smooth, shiny , more volume, etc…). I said my hair was rather dry given it was Winter and I also wanted more volume in my hair. He recommended the Seanik Shampoo Bar
to me and it’s safe to say I actually very much enjoyed using this product.
Consisting of protein-rich Japanese nori-seaweed, fine granules of sea salt and lemon, the bar has a rather uplifting, relaxing, summer scent to it which I loved. It lasts around 30 washes for me but the man said when I bought it, it lasts around 60. So here is some advice because I learned the hard way. The man was probably right but my advice is when you aren’t using the shampoo bar, leave it away from the moisture and seal it up or better, put it away in a bathroom cabinet because the moisture made mine go slightly soft so it broke apart easy when I went to wash my hair.
I’m allergic to chemicals usually found in hair products and this one was so natural I could actually see a change in my once dry hair. It lathers up so well and you don’t need much to get a decent lather – and that’s coming from someone with very thick hair.
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