Seaweed Bath Co., Powder Bath with Hawaiian Kukui Oil, Lavender Scent, 2.0 oz (57 g) (Discontinued Item)
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- Fighting Flaking and Scaling Skin Naturally
- Wildly Natural Seaweed
- 1-2 Baths
- 100% Natural Ingredients
- Paraben Free
- Dye Free
- SLS Free
Shake well prior to opening. Empty contents of pouch (half of contents of pouch for Children 12 & under) into running water in the bathtub. Swirl with hand until powder dissolves and water turns light brown color. Soak in bath for 15-30 minutes (5-10 minutes for Children 12 & under). Upon carefully exiting bath, allow oil to absorb into skin.
Sodium chloride (dead sea salt), fucus vesiculosus (organic bladderwrack seaweed) powder, aleurites moluccana (kukui) oil, lavandula officinalis (lavender) essential oil, aloe barbadensis (aloe), tocopherol (natural vitamin E).
If you have a thyroid disorder, are pregnant, or have any other medical condition, please consult a doctor prior to use. If condition worsens or does not improve after regular use of this product, or if rash occurs, immediately discontinue use of this product and consult a doctor. In case of contact with eyes, rinse thoroughly with water. For bath use only. Keep out of reach of children. Do not consume.
No animal testing
For cosmetic use only
This really does what it says on the packet... First of all, make sure you dissolve it in HOT water - I put it in a bath at 37℃, and the oil didn't mix totally, and floated around in little black globs. Which kept me entertained, trying to catch them and rub them into my skin, but some of you may not like such entertainment. Secondly, the lavender smells lovely, proper lavender, not artificial to my nose. Thirdly, I spent a good several minutes wondering what that fishy smell was, until I had another look at the packet to remind myself that the primary ingredient is seaweed. It really does smell like the seashore - that part where the seaweed collects on the sand, and it's sunny, and the seaweed has dried a bit... The oil, once it's on your sin, does feel good. When I got out of the bath I used a body brush to get it even, but it is quite brown, so make sure it's well even on your back, or you'll look like you have a dirty neck. I imagine the seaweed aroma blends in better with eucalyptus/peppermint, but still, it's very good quality.