Westlab Cleansing Himalayan Salt

Hi there! Today’s post is about these bath salts which I picked up at my local B&M Bargains store – Westlab Cleansing Himalayan Salt. On the pack it says that these bath salts are naturally cleansing and that they contain over 80 minerals. They also claim to leave skin smooth, radiant and healthy looking.

I’ve given these bath salts a try, and I like them. I don’t think they made my skin look any different, but they made my skin feel cleansed, smooth and soft. I’ll continue to use them regularly, and I’ve already purchased 2 more large bags!

Westlab Cleansing Himalayan Salt bath salts are available as 1kg (fine or coarse grain) for £5.99. I got mine for £2 at B&M Bargains!

Mrs Strawberry Blonde

Spa Premium Epsom Salts

Hi there! Today’s post is about these Spa Premium Epsom Salts which I’ve tried just last week. I’ve previously tried different bath salts from this brand, and I was happy with those. So when I overdid it with the exercise last week, it was the perfect opportunity to try these bath salts.

The instructions state that 250g of bath salts are sufficient for 1 bath. The pack contains 495g = enough for 2 baths. The recommended soak time is 15-20 minutes.

I took a 45-minute bath with these bath salts, and I think they’re very good. On the pack it says that these bath salts are great for post-workout recovery – and I agree!

Based on my experience, I’d recommend these bath salts. If you’re interested, Spa Premium Epsom Salts are available as 495g for £1 (Poundstretcher). I will buy them again, no doubt!

Mrs Strawberry Blonde

Spa Premium Epsom Salts And Eucalyptus

Hi there! Today’s post is about these Spa Premium Epsom Salts And Eucalyptus. I’ve always loved bubble baths, but my buddy Anne Brooke got me into buying bath salts. And now… for the first time in eons… I finally managed to take a bath with bath salts!

Alrighty, these bath salts promise to help the body (and skin too, I guess) relax after a long day. The instructions state that half the pack is sufficient for a bath, and a quarter of the pack is the right amount of bath salts for a foot bath. The recommended soak time is 15-20 minutes. OK!

15-20 minutes for a bath isn’t enough for me. I’m someone who bathes for 40+ minutes. Anyhoo… I’m happy to report that these bath salts were enjoyable, and they’ve temporarily helped with my back and shoulder pain. This was great! I couldn’t smell any eucalyptus, but I don’t mind this at all.

Based on my experience, I’d recommend these bath salts! Spa Premium Epsom Salts And Eucalyptus are available as 495g for £1 at Poundstretcher!

Mrs Strawberry Blonde