Your very own dessert island

Floating Island

Bath Oil

Your very own dessert island

A small but mighty dose of lovely vanilla to transport you to your happy place. Pop this dreamy bath oil in the water and allow waves of vanilla pod powder and sultry sandalwood to soften and perfume your skin. Forget your cares and float away to your own sweet-scented dessert island, where creamy, hydrating organic shea butter and extra virgin coconut oil are plenty.


This product melts in a warm bath so during hot spells it may start melting before it reaches your bathroom - You have been warmed!



About 2 years ago

This was the first bath oil I've had, and it left me feeling smooth and smelling lovely. It almost has a smell of white chocolate. my skin did feel oily at first after the bath but that soaked in and left my skin feeling soft, lovely product that doesn't break the bank either!

14 Ingredients
Sweet and soothing
Gentle effective moisturiser

*occurs naturally in essential oils.

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Lily B

About 2 years ago

The old floating island was delicious, but this new version is just so oily! It does nothing for me except leave a gross, slimy coating of gunk on my body and the bath. I really enjoyed relaxing in the bath while old formula gently fizzed down, leaving a moisturising foam behind. Having to scrub out my bath so nobody will slip and die in the shower next morning kind of puts paid to any relaxing evening plans.

Please stop messing about with well loved, classic products - they are well loved for a reason.

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About 1 year ago

Really loving bathmelts at the moment. I love this for its long lasting smell and it's no mess in the bath.


6 days ago


About 6 days ago

The scent is very nice. Just the right balance of cocoa, vanilla and earthy notes. However, it does create a layer of grease which not only stays on the bath but also on the body. I usually rinse my body after a bath and this time it felt like I was greasy and dirty - which does not make you feel good after having a bath. It’s a very strange concept. I’ll stick to using essential/bath oils if I want a moisturising bath next time.

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