If your skin is feeling a little dry and sensitive, or you’ve always fancied bathing like Cleopatra, this oaty, milky melt will work magic. Drop the muslin pouch into your bathwater and watch it release its creamy oatmilk, turning the water a creamy colour. Once it has melted, use the bag as a washcloth and enjoy the spellbinding scent of frankincense, rose and sandalwood.
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 3 years ago
I have quite dry skin on my body and was recommended this when I was at the Cardiff branch. It smells beautiful and once it melted the water felt so silky! I will definitely be buying this one again. :)
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About 2 years ago
This product doesn't get enough love. It is honestly one of the most softening, calming, indulgent products from lush. I cocktail this with Twilight bath bomb, and use Honey I Washed the Kids to wash/shave with, then follow with Silky Underwear and I just love what it does to my skin - but also my mood. It's complete bliss! I will say; don't use with a bubble bar as the oil in this will eat your bubbles.
About 4 months ago
I’m not usually a fan of many bath oils as they leave a weird sort of texture on my skin that I do not like, however this is absolutely beautiful!
I went into the store looking for a product that I later found out was an online exclusive but the woman in the store recommended this and I bought it. I am so glad that I did, the smell is something I can’t get enough of!
I’ll be back to buy multiple of these for sure :)
4 months ago
About 4 months ago
I have been buying this for years, even when I couldn't really afford it. I love the way the oil disperses fully in the water (doesn't just leave a film on top) and the extra bonus of using the muslin pouch as an oat-fuelled rub down for arms and legs after the oil part has dissolved. Smells great and has no bright dyes or glitter, just good quality natural ingredients. I chop one of these in half and get 2 baths out of it, which makes the high cost (the reason I haven't given it a five star review) easier to justify.
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