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Elemis Jasmine & Rose Milk Bath Review


I have been trying to have more baths recently because I am totally rubbish at relaxing and I decided that I need to practise more. This gorgeous bath milk from Elemis has seriously been helping. Here’s the Elemis Jasmine & Rose Milk Bath.
Elemis Jasmine & Rose Milk Bath Review
It is made with Turkish Rose and Egyptian Jasmine and it is absoutely heavenly. 

Elemis Jasmine & Rose Milk Bath Review
You just pop a few caps under running water, it softly lathers and makes the bath go all milky and fills the bathroom with the most divine scent. As I lay in it, it feels like it is caressing my skin and it is instantly softening and comforting.
“Jasmine and White Lotus Flower Milks soften and calm dry skin while nourishing Argan Oil and vitamin E improve moisture retention to leave skin feeling soft and smooth.” There’s also Camellia Seed Oil in the mix which is rich in essential fatty acids and works to protect the skin from moisture loss.
I have found that I have needed minimal, if any, moisturiser after bathing, and my skin in super soft. You know when even you notice how soft it is? Also, I was feeling generous and let my bubs Ben have some in his bath. He really does enjoy a bath and he came out smelling amazing and his skin looked so juicy.
Elemis Jasmine & Rose Milk Bath was previously exclusive to QVC but it is now available for £42 from Time To Spa and Look Fantastic.
If luxurious bathing is your thing, this couldn’t be more perfect!
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One Response to Elemis Jasmine & Rose Milk Bath Review

  1. Charlotte MacDonald-Gaunt March 3, 2014 at 9:33 am #

    It sounds wonderfully luxurious and like a real treat for a spa evening :o) Xx

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