Dead Sea Aromatherapy Bath Salts with Frankincense
Dead Sea salts
Leave the salts and rose petals to infuse in a warm bath before you step in. You should soak for at least half an hour to feel the benefit of fragrance and relaxation. If you hold a rose head under your nose and breathe deeply, it just blows you away. My bath is my sanctuary. This product make it feel a luxury
July 23, 2009
Beats the real thing
that is, bathing in the Dead Sea. Far more fragrant and exotic, and minus the mud. Anyway, you need a few scoops of this stuff in the bath, so the tub is pretty economical. I'm a convert, blown away as I am with the potency of the frankincense and rose essential oils (no skimping evident here!). Dive in among the rose petals, it's a real daily treat.
December 31, 2009
Expensive... but you're worth it
The bathing gods were kind to me, and I got this first on a sale... then utopia transcended even if it was only for an hour... the scents filling the air is enough to drive your senses to a tranquil place, helps you meditate even if you did not want to.... and bonus while you float far away, the ingredients like frankincense and others gently heal you.
A little goes a long way.
April 13, 2010