Rose Bath Tea
Relaxing. Rejuvenating. Nourishing. Relax your body and soul with our floral scent Rose Tea Bath.
Ready to host a special (bath) tea party for your skin? Let your body sink into the luxurious tea bath and your skin absorbs the beneficial nutrients of our Bath Tea — this is even better than obtaining nutrients from your daily tea consumption. This Rose Bath Tea will give you the most therapeutic bath experience that helps soak away aches and pains.
Ingredients: sea salts, Himalayan pink salts, kaolin clay, dried rose petals, dried rose buds, rose geranium essential oil.
Directions: For a full body soak, add 1 to 2 tea bags in a warm bath to produce a herbal treatment. For best results, steep tea bags in about two cups of boiling water for 10 minutes and then pour steeped water and tea bags into bath water. Gently squeeze tea bags for maximum botanical concentration.
Warnings: For external use only.
Do not consume.
Size: 13.5 x 11.5 x 6 cm, 2 x 80 g tea bags.
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