About Nourish Herbal Bath and Foot Soak
Nourish Herbal Bath Soak for sensitive skin
Refreshing and soothing after a long and active day.
This gentle soak is perfect to soothe and calm your irritated skin. Buttermilk, oats and magnesium are relaxing and nourishing. Essential Oil free.
Buttermilk is used to condition and moisturise the skin. Fats and proteins moisturise the skin while you soak. Lactic acid in the milk gently works as an exfoliator.
Colloidal Oatmilk is gently and soothing for irritated skin
Epsom Salts (Magnesium sulphate) is vital for nerve and muscle function. It is absorbed through your skin during bathing and can help treat sore muscles.
Lavender, Calendula and rose are soft and gentle on the skin to soothe and nourish.
Magnesium Sulfate (Epsom salts), Buttermilk Powder, Avena Sativa (Oat) Kernel Flour, Simmondsia chinensis (Jojoba) Seed Oil, Tapioca Starch (Natrasorb), Lavandula angustifolia (Lavender) Flower Oil, Calendula officinalis (Calendula flower), Lavendula angustifolia (Lavender flower), Rosa centifolia (Rose petals).
HOW TO USE:
Before your bath or foot soak: Prepare your body and space. Disconnect from your screens. Lower the lights. And set the mood. Stay hydrated with a large glass of water or herbal tea during your bathing ritual.
Directions: Full Bath – Dissolve 100-200g into the bath depending on your experience with ritual bathing. For maximum therapeutic effects, only fill the bath with as much water is needed to cover your whole body. This will ensure the highest concentration of nutrients. The ideal bath temperature is around 37°C (body temperature). Soak for 20-30 minutes (however if you are new to therapeutic bath soaks, start with 10-15 minutes). Foot soak – Dissolve 50-100g in 4L of 37°C water and soak for 20-30 minutes.
After your bath or foot soak: Beware getting out of the water, as it may be slippery due to the oils in the blend. After your soak, rinse skin with fresh water and gently pat your skin dry. Rinse the tub immediately after use for ease of clean up. And stay hydrated with water or herbal tea.
It is suggested you only soak once or twice a week. If you’re pregnant, have blood pressure problems or other medical conditions that makes bathing unsafe, you should most definitely consult with your health care provider before taking therapeutic baths.
Caution: Some citrus oils are photosensitive. Avoid direct sunlight or UV rays for up to 12 hours after bathing| For external use only. Avoid shaved areas or open wounds. If irritation occurs, discontinue use| Store in a cool, dark place| If you are pregnant or under the care of a medical professional, consult your doctor before using. It is not uncommon to have a headache after bathing