I have been using the Tea Tree/Melaleuca essential oil since 1998. That's how hip and ahead of my time I am.
So no one could be happier than me that essential oils have unexpectedly become trendy and ubiquitous. And *obviously* I was excited to get this pack of bath products chock full o' essential oils!!
Now, here's the part where I have to offer a disclaimer. It's just an offer:
My new friend Nicole from It's The Balm sent me these bath products to review AND giveaway!!!! And yet, all my opinions are my own.
(If she had wanted someone else's opinion, I assume she would have asked them. And not me.)
So here's my honest to goodness true review.
It passed the "I have to be able to pronounce all the ingredients" test. It even passed the "I know what all the ingredients are" test. So...I sort of knew that before I approached Nicole in the first place, truth be told.
Test two - the smells. Since our Chief Travel Correspondent has both eczema and asthma, I've been careful about smells and stuff for so many years that I've gotten pretty sensitive to it. Here's the weird part!
Even my Partner in Crime enjoys the smell of these products! That pretty much never happens. Usually I use something new and he's all, "What's that smell?"
But fair's fair. I generally do the same to him.
And now for the specific stuff:
The body lotion is nice. It is a surprising pink color and feels a little tingly almost. It smells great, and I even tried it out on areas where I can tell eczema is ready to pounce if winter in Houston lasts any longer. The eczema to be did not complain one bit!
The hand sanitizer: what can you really say about hand sanitizer? I can't see the germs, but it smells and feels nice. I'm hoping the germs are running like crazy, because I teach preschool, so I practically hold a meet and greet for every last germ that enters the greater Houston area.
The foot scrub is WONDERFUL! I've tried making the stuff myself, and although what I made scrubbed and smelled nice, this really soothes and scrubs at the same time. The one I made just kind of left the bathtub sort'a greasy.
The foaming bath wash is equally as DIVINE! It looks like a regular foaming wash, but it feels like a million bucks! It's smooth and moisturizing and smells incredible! Considering it's truly reasonably priced, it makes for a wonderful small luxury.
The candle. I'm not really a candle person. I used to be before all the allergies, eczema, and asthma led me to ban them. But my Chief Travel Correspondent is the only one with actual asthma, and she left for college, so we threw caution to the wind. And, to be honest, the wind ended up smelling pretty nice! Plus there's no dreaded lead or phlalates (I didn't even know phalates were a thing in candles, but none for me thanks!)
Now my FAVORITE!!!! The foot balm! I am ever in need of a great foot balm and this one did not disappoint! It has Tea Tree Oil (did I mention I've been using Tea Tree Oil since 1998?) and is whipped and wonderful.
Actually, ALL the products (except maybe the candle) have essential oils and smell fantabulous. And here's something even MORE wonderful! Nicole has put together a gift pack for me to give to one of you guys!!
So why not get some free?
It turns out that Nicole is GIVING some of her bath products away! Look at the nice set she put together!
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