Enjoy every moment, while you can…
Last year The Body Shop made me a super happy girl. They launched a new beauty Spa Of The World line, bringing into shops a range of divine smelling, skin smoothing products out of the spa straight into our homes…and I have been obsessed ever since!
You see, I have this series on my blog, Project Me Time, where I go on and on about how important it is for us to find time to relax. It not only makes us happier but also boosts our productivity. Ahh, bath time…
To me it’s always been the remedy to give up the mundane everyday troubles, stress and headaches.
To me, it’s a window into my soul, to cure it and find my own peace.
I absolutely adore the Spa Of The World line, so when it came out, I got myself this Spa of the World™ Egyptian Milk & Honey Bath, Spa of the World™ Himalayan Charcoal Body Clay, Spa of the World™ Moroccan Rhassoul Body Clay and The Polynesian Monoi Radiance Oil (read my post here).
So expect a lot more posts as I’ll be posting my reviews of every single one of each in the next following weeks. SO stay tuned with my Bloglovin!
Now, what do I think of The Egyptian Milk & Honey Bath?
Texture & Colour:
It’s believed that this powder-to-milk bath has been a ritual of Cleopatra’s in
ancient Egypt! I mean that has to mean something, right! You’ll definitely find this milk & honey powder incredibly luxurious…my personal little drops from heaven.
As soon as you pour one wooden scoop of this fragrant milk
powder into your bath, the scent will immediately transport you into a state of pure relaxation.
I really wish there is a way for me to share the smell with you right
now…some sort of “fragrance-recorder”! You would be in a trance!
The little bag of 250g costs £14. Sounds reasonable to me. This product certainly delivers.
I’ve been enjoying this Spa of the World Egyptian Milk & Honey Bath powder ever since I got it. My skin feels very soft, smooth and silky – it does what it promises! My mind is relax, I feel pampered and ready to face challenges. Result!
What about you, lovelies? Have you tried this goodness that apparently even Cleopatra swore by?