Soapsmith Bloomsbury Bath Soak



Relax in water scented with fresh Roses, Honeysuckle, Primrose and Peony as Bloomsbury Bath Soak moisturises and heals your skin. 

Inspired by the heady bouquet of English blooms found in the flower beds of London’s Bloomsbury Square Gardens, this floral bath soak also contains Coconut Milk and Oat Powders, Dead Sea Salt, Epsom Salt and Oat Butter to help moisturise, sooth and revitalise your skin top-to-toe. 

Using the scoop provided, add two to three scoops of Bloomsbury Bath Soak to warm running water then sit back and relax. 

cocos nucifera (coconut) milk powder, magnesium sulfate (epsom salts), dead sea salt, sea salt, aveena satira (oat powder), theobroma cacao (cocoa ) seed butter, modified tapioca starch,sodium bicarbonate, zea mays (corn) starch, rosa centifolia (rose petals), parfum (fragrance), amyl cinnamal*, lilial*, linalool*, citronellol*, eugenol*, (*naturally occurring in essential oils).

Product Code: SPS0009


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