Monday, 18 June 2012

SOULFLOWER LAVENDER AROMA BATH SALT REVIEW


Hello all! Today I am going to review an aroma bath salt from Soulflower. Here is a small info about what bath salts are.
The term bath salt refers to a range of water-soluble, usually inorganic solid products designed to be added to a bath. They are said to improve cleaning, improve the experience of bathing, and serve as a vehicle for cosmetic agents. Bath salts have been developed which mimic the properties of natural mineral baths or hot springs.
Such salts include:
I got a bath salt with lavender aroma, since lavender is famous for relieving stress. Here goes the review.


Soulflower says:  The best way to refresh you after a long tiring day. Simply adding this bath salt to your bath water calms & relaxes one’s mind & promotes a restful, uninterrupted night's sleep. Release pain & inflammation in joints & muscles. If you have a headache, close your eyes put a washcloth soaked in the Lavender Aroma Bath Salt water over your eyes and relax.


Ingredients: Lavender essential oil, Thai herbs, Olive Oil, Vitamin E, Sodium Bicarbonate, Sodium Borate, Epsom Salts, Seasalts, Permitted Colourings.


  Directions to use: Add just 2 capfuls of Lavender Aroma Bath Salt in your warm bath for a well balanced nutrition & moisture for the skin. Or dip a towel in a tub of bath salts & hot water & place over aching muscles.


My experience: This bath salt has a beautiful lavender color which is pleasing to the eyes. It comes in a transparent plastic bottle with a black screw cap. Also the aroma is of natural lavender and nothing synthetic. I was waiting for the right opportunity to try this, since it claims to calm down the mind and eases the body and joint pain. Two weeks back, I had to indulge in a lot of physical activity such as running up and down the construction site (no lift :( ) for an inspection and getting approvals (FYI I am a civil engineer) and ended up with back, thigh and joint pain.


 I had a good night’s sleep, thinking that all that I need to make my pain vanish was sleep, but I was wrong! Next morning I had the same intensity of pain. So I took this bottle with me into the shower, added two caps full of salt into a bucket of hot water and stirred with my hands. The water turned into a beautiful shade of lavender and I as usual I had bath with that water.


The experience was really very relaxing. After shower nothing magical happened, but my body was good enough to get ready to office. I haven’t tried this for headache though. So can’t comment on that. But for a soothing, calming and relaxing bath experience, this is awesome!
 
Price : Rs.350 for 400 gms

The good:
1.       Looks pleasant.
2.       Smells of natural lavender.
3.       Gets quickly dissolved in water.
4.       Relaxes every muscle and joints while bathing.
5.       Also lessens internal body pain (nothing phenomenal, but eases the pain a bit)
6.       Can also be used as a foot soak for DIY pedicure.
7.       Huge bottle which lasts for 2 months if used once every week.
The not so good:
1.       Available only through online websites.
I could not find any other cons.
Final word: I rate this 4.8/5. It is a good way to combat stress!

15 comments:

  1. Nice review Shruti :) If the fragrance is purely natural, then I am going to try this! :)

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    1. Thanks lancy :) Yeah the fragrance is natural! Do try and let me know.

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  2. very nice pic Shruthi..wil try this out

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  3. Sounds so soothing :) Have reviewed the Kryolan lip gloss for you.

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    1. Ya it really is soothing! Thanks for the review :) I just left a comment!

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  4. I thought that bath salts were only to be used in tubs?

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    1. Hmmm..... Ya that is actually the best way to get soaked up on all the oils. But for those who dont have a bath tub ( like me :( ) You can also use it this way :)

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  5. Hey nice review..I have the tangerine one..I have a bath tub and totally enjoy using it..and even as a foot soak..Ur new follower :)

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    1. Awwww..... Thank u so much bhumika! Will try this as a foot soak this week.

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  6. wow..it looks so good na..i want an eyeshadow of that colour :p..ive never tried bath salts but after reading ur review i definitely wanna try it :)..will ordering this soon :)

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    1. Yeah the color is gorgeous! And now after you have mentioned abt the e/s shade, i too want an e/s shade in this color :) Do try out and let me know!

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  7. wow..it looks so good na..i want an eyeshadow of that colour :p..ive never tried bath salts but after reading ur review i definitely wanna try it :)..will ordering this soon :)

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  8. Hi,

    I am sometime use Lavender and sometime use Jasmine (in bath), I want to know 2 things

    1. Should I rinse my body with clean WATER after having a bath with these salts.
    2. Can I apply moisturizer over my skin my after bath.

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