Wild Flower Bath SoakBS03
Description: Bathe your skin in a lush bouquet of wildflowers. Like a stroll through a mountain meadow in full bloom, the soothing scent and vibrant blossoms of the Wildflower Bath Soak calms your mind and relaxes your body while you soak away the day.
Made with colorful and antioxidant-rich petals and buds blended with mineral rich salts and luxe organic oils to enliven your senses and unwind your body. Smells like a field of wildflowers swaying gently in the breeze on a warm summer day.
One 10 oz. tube may last anywhere between 1 and 4 soaks, depending on how much you like to add. You can your soak's cello bag and recycle the paperboard tube when you're finished to show mother nature some love.
For the bath: Sprinkle a few handfuls into running bathwater and swirl gently to dissolve salts. Step in, soak, and feel incredible.
For a foot/hand soak: Add a handful to a bowl or tub of water. Try cold water for a cooling soak in the summer, and warm water to thaw cold feet and hands in winter. Soak and enjoy.
Ingredients: Epsom salt, sea salt, pink Himalayan salt, calendula*, chamomile*, lavender*, rose hips, orange and lavender essential oils (*Certified organic ingredient)
This product has not been evaluated by the FDA and is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease. For external use only.
About the brand: Waterbody is an invitation to explore the lush, untamed landscape of Alaska, and to tap into the wildest parts of yourself through the daily rituals of skincare.
The brand is committed to making skin and body care for big dreamers, adventurous spirits, wild hearts, and moss-worshipping nature lovers that want more than a skincare routine – they want a self care experience.
Waterbody’s products transport you into Alaska’s forest, meadows, and sea as you take tender loving care of your skin and body, create space and ritual to connect to yourself, and live closely with the elements of nature. Created with wild harvested herbs and organic ingredients at our workshop in Wrangell, Alaska.