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Achy Breaky Duo
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Achy Breaky Duo

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Pulse Point Potion - Relax
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Love this product and has a lovely perfume too. Thankyiu very much

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Achy Breaky Duo
Cherrill Underwood (Brisbane, AU)
Achy Breaky Duo

So far so good. Will keep on using.

Awesome

Great service and quality products

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Pulse Point Potion - Relax
Margaret Dienhofft (Perth, AU)
Excellent

Love this product and has a lovely perfume too. Thankyiu very much

Bath Night - The Art of The Bath

If you're like me, then a long, hot soak is just the thing at the end of a tiring week.

 For me, it's Friday nights when I draw a bath, add an essential oil blend,  (mixed with solubiliser of course), bath bubbles, salts or bomb of choice  and add a few blossoms or herbs to the water.

 I put on my favourite meditative music, pour a glass of something lovely and light my candles. 

I'd like to say that I slide into the water ... but as I am getting older... I realise that gracefully safely entering and exiting a bath is no longer possible!

Yet the relaxation and mind calming benefits are well worth my ungainly efforts.

Bathing Inspiration

Why not spice up your bath literally by adding one or a combination of the following:

  • a sachet of Moon Haven Bath Salts or Bubbles
  • a Moon Haven Bath Bomb of choice
  • Essensual oil blend of choice combined with solubiliser (see this DIY article for more info)
  • Herbs - dried or fresh - try rosemary, mint or lemongrass 
  • Flowers and petals
  • Common Salt - purifying
  • Epsom Salts - muscle relaxing
  • Bicarbonate of Soda - water softening
  • Olive or other cooking oil (beware this can make the bath slippery)
  • Citrus peel - Orange, lemon or lime
  • Oatmeal - skin soothing
  • Ginger - grated - its a fantastic pick me up
  • Tea - my preference is for Green tea but Black and Chamomile teas can be great for the skin too
  • Your choice of spices - place these in a small muslin back to avoid contact with the skin.
  • Milk - yes Cleopatra was onto a good thing
  • Honey - it's a wonderful humectant
  • Gum Leaves- especially if you're warding off a cold
  • Apple Cider Vinegar  to soothe skin and fight fungal infections.

 

 

 

 

 


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