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Bath oils

(13 Posts)
Blamenargles Sun 25-Jan-15 21:14:18

Boring I know but looking for a nice bath oil not too expensive as im more of a shower person

but do enjoy a good soak every now and then, but a bottle of radox isnt very inspiring

indecisiveithink Sun 25-Jan-15 21:19:46

Ren Moroccan rose bath oil always gets rave reviews. A bit £££££ though

blacktreaclecat Sun 25-Jan-15 21:21:34

Neals yard geranium and orange or soothing bath oils are lovely

HowlyBabblyBansheeeeeee Sun 25-Jan-15 21:24:13

Try Arran Aromatics.

Aridane Sun 25-Jan-15 21:37:21

REN is gorgeous as are the Neals Yards ones _'and eye wateringly expensive. Jo Malone good too and even more expensive.

Find one you like in store then source on eBay - lots of unwanted Christmas presents currently being sold.

Blamenargles Sun 25-Jan-15 22:33:51

I like sweet and fruity sent's not floral.

Where is the best stockists got a huge shopping centre nearby so lots of department stores.
Love Jo Malone don't mind spending good money on perfume but can't justify Jo Malone prices for bath oil

indecisiveithink Sun 25-Jan-15 22:52:01

You're welcome hmm

florencedombey Sun 25-Jan-15 22:56:15

I buy Jo Malone bath oil duty free which brings the price down (or get friends who are flying to buy it for me). It is astronomically expensive, but I've found you only need a tiny bit each time so a bottle has lasted me over a year so far. It's my treat to myself after a bad day at work smile

applecatchers36 Sun 25-Jan-15 23:01:31

Ila bath oil is gorgeous , I bought some as a treat when pregnant and it's the nicest I have ever tried.

BeaLola Mon 26-Jan-15 00:32:34

I use Jo Malone , aromatherapy associates and Champneys Rose bath oil. As you only need a little it lasts for ages.

Aridane Mon 26-Jan-15 07:19:46

Body Shop also do multi purpose fruity oils - ie body, hair, bath - for �9. You might well like the satsuma one.

The sweet lemon one is currently half price at �4.50 - and there is also a Body Shop discount code at the moment, for use in store or on line, which makes things up to half price (depending on your spend).

It doesn't disperse that well in the bath, but does give a lovely aroma and moisturise the skin well.

LollyLondon Mon 26-Jan-15 11:03:59

Aromatherapy Associates? You can use as bath oils or rub them over body before a shower. Quite strong, so you only need a tiny bit.

Trumpton Wed 28-Jan-15 04:14:48

I buy Neom bath oils from this seller on ebay. Tiny bottles and I get about 3 baths from each bottle ( although I think you are supposed to use the whole bottle ! ) .
Lovely oils and good service .

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