Bath melts - Citrus & Mint

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Bath melts - Citrus & Mint - for a refreshing bath.

A bath melt is a plastic-free packaged solid bath oil that, once added to a hot bath, will melt releasing nourishing cocoa butter and the delicate aromas of the essential oil that will help relax your senses while hydrating your skin.

Handmade with only 3 ingredients, these small vegan bath truffles give your bath that little bit more luxury.

Special Features:

  • Scent: fresh, fruity, minty, uplifting
  • Cocoa butter: is anti-aging, helps repair damaged skin such as stretch marks, is super moisturizing and rich in fatty acids and antioxidants.
  • Soy lecithin: a skin-friendly, natural emulsifier made from soybeans. Ensures that the oil mixes with the water and that no greasy layer remains on the water.

 

Contents: 6 bad melts in a box.

75 grams

Use one or two bath oil bars per bath.

Be careful when getting in and out, the bath will be slippery.

 

Ingredients: cocoa butter, soy lysolecithin, essential oil of sweet orange, rosemary, lemon and spearmint.

Ingredients (INCI): theobroma (cocoa) seed butter*, soy lysolecithin, citrus sinensis (sweet orange) fruit oil, rosmarinus officinalis (rosemary) leaf oil, citrus limonum (lemon) fruit oil, mentha spicata (spearmint) herb oil, linalool **, limonene**, geraniol**, citral**, geraniol**.

*organic **naturally present in essential oil

 

More information about the bath melts:

  • vegan
  • Sulfate free (sls free)
  • The packaging is 100% recyclable
  • gluten free
  • Only tested on humans :)
  • Palm oil free
  • Ingredients of natural origin
  • Free from parabens
  • Free from silicone
  • Free from phthalates
  • Free from synthetic dyes
  • Packed in a fsc certified cardboard box
  • Free from microplastics
  • Free from preservatives
  • Wonderful scent of the essential oils
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