A month or so ago, my body wash of choice was Travertine Spa’s Botanical Body Wash in Citrus ($22.00). Unfortunately, it was so popular in my shower, that my boyfriend got his hands on it and went through it in two weeks. This body wash contains jojoba oil, chammoile, calendula, and other essential oils, making it on the “natural” side of the beauty spectrum. What I particularly liked about it was the soft citrus scent that lingered in the shower, but faded by the time you moisturized your body. I also liked how easily it foamed and lathered (a must for any body wash for me!), so I could use a little and make the bottle stretch. My boy does not understand this concept at all, and he’ll use several squeezes of any body wash he likes (and yes, he steals the ones I love all the time! boo!).
I always enjoy trying out at-home spa products, because I can’t fit regular spa trips in my budget (and a part of me feels like they aren’t worth the money–at least not at my current income level). So being able to check out and use products that will give me my own personal “spa experience” at home and for a fraction of the cost of a true spa experience is always something I’m on th elook out for. I tend to be able to stretch out my shower products, so I don’t mind splurging a bit if it’s going to make me feel relaxed and enjoy using the product.
Have you tried at-home spa products? What has your experience been like?
Molton Brown Intoxicating Davana Blossom Foaming Bath Oil ($68.00) is a lovely way to relax away the day’s stresses and worries as you soak in a moisturizing bubble bath. It is lightly scented with a pleasing fragrance of raspberry and floral notes. I like that it has a lot of moisturizing properties (e.g. it is a bath oil), but it still foams and acts like a regular bubble bath. It sort of reminds me of a very grown-up, luxury bubble bath, because the packaging is sleek and solid and the price can make you think twice. The only consolation is that you do get 300ml of the bath oil, so it isn’t as if you are only getting an ounce.
Check out Molton Brown products at www.moltonbrown.com.