Lullaby Soak

$28.50

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Relax the body and calm the mind before bed or anytime you need a quiet moment.

Every jar of bath soak comes with a reusable muslin bag so that you can make a bath tea if you're not a fan of flowers and herbs in your tub or drain.

This soak comes in a 12 glass jar with tin lid. We make every effort to produce in eco friendly packaging that will not harm you or the earth.

INGREDIENTS:
Epsom Salt (Magnesium Sulfate), Himalayan pink salt, organic lavender, tapicoa starch, essential oil blend.

SCENT PROFILE:
Grounding and soothing. Lavender with a sweet undertones of wood and earth.


INGREDIENT SPOTLIGHT:

- EPSOM SALT (MAGNESIUM SULFATE): Not really a salt, epsom salt is actually magnesium sulfate and has been used for hundreds of years as a pain reliever and detoxifier.

- HIMALAYAN PINK SALT: Full of minerals, this salt eases the tissues of the body and tones and calms the skin.

- LAVENDER FLOWERS and ESSENTIAL OIL: Calming, relaxing and wonderful for promoting sleep or easing headaches and pain, lavender is also a wonderful for the skin.

- VETIVER ESSENTIAL OIL: Earthy and smoky. This root grounds the senses and aids in balance. A classic essential oil for grounding, calming and relaxing.

TO USE:
Sprinkle desired amount in bath water and soak for at least 20 minutes.
Every jar of Wild Rabbit Soaks comes with a reusable muslin bag that you can use to make a "bath tea" rather than sprinkling the salts directly into the tub.
If you prefer not to have loose herbs in your tub, scoop desired amount into the muslin bag and hang on the faucet as hot water fills the tub. Once the tub is full, let the bag soak in the water and/or use it to scrub your skin. When finished, discard leftover herbs. The bag is reusable: wash and dry prior to next use.

Wild Rabbit Apothecary products are made by hand in small batches using organic ingredients. Our bath soaks are all natural, vegan and cruelty free. We use only high quality clean ingredients - never chemicals or synthetic fragrance.

 


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