The Bathory SOOTHE Bath Soak


I was contacted by The Bathory and asked if I would like to create my own Bath Soak. Of course I jumped at the chance, as I love to try any beauty or make-up products. They carefully blend your invention by hand at their workshop deep in the English countryside. Every Bath Soak is made to order in a bespoke batch, it really is perfect, whether for yourself or as an amazing gift.

You get to choose from Bask, Soothe, and Detox. I chose Soothe because it has hydrating oatmeal, honey and buttermilk and my skin has been a little bit dry lately. You then choose which essential oils you would like to add from Bergamot, Chamomile, Eucalyptus, Frankincense, Grapefruit, Lavender, Lemon, Rosemary, Sandalwood, and Ylang Ylang. I chose Lavender for relaxation, Lemon for a touch of zing, and Ylang Ylang to add that boost of sexiness. It is pure Epsom salts with your own desired essential oils sent in a dark glass jar to preserve its contents.


I poured my SOOTHE Bath Soak into running hot water, it smelt absolutely amazing, and it made the water so soft, I could not wait to get in. I spent an hour soaking in this amazing combination, my skin was super soft, my mind was peaceful, it hydrated my skin so much that I could, if I wanted, have not used a moisturiser after, but old habits die hard, ha ha.

I would highly recommend The Bathory, it is a fabulous idea to choose your own essential oils and what type of soak you wish to have. You do not need a lot in a bath, so this jar will last me quite some time. I already look forward to my nice long soak, my treat to myself, me time, which we all deserve.


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Hi, I'm Ali and I will be bringing you regular posts on all things that represent beauty, including skincare, makeup, body treatments, lotions and potions! I have been interested in beauty items and products for as long as I can remember. It thrills me to try new things and add to my ever growing collection, and if I get an amazing result then even better!

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