Whether you want to sit back, and feel like an Egyptian queen in our famous buttermilk baths, or relax with our soothing magnesium soaks, or maybe some detoxing and relaxation are Bath Soaks are for you.
Buttermilk Bath - Treat yourself like an Egyptian queen with Cleopatra's Bubble Milk Bath Soak and your skin can soak up the benefits of real buttermilk in a milk bath that foams and bubbles.
Magnesium-rich Epsom salt to soothe and relieve aching muscles, plus other skin, loving and nurturing ingredients. Add a scoop or handful to a running bath. Try to avoid getting the bag wet inside as this will affect the product. Just pick which fragrance you want to indulge in tonight.
One of Queen Cleopatra’s great beauty secrets is bathing in milk. She had gorgeous skin which was soft and youthful. Milk baths contain the lactic acid (which is part of the alpha-hydroxy family) works as an exfoliator that gets rid of dead skin. It removes the dead skin right off your body. It also lightens the skin giving it a beautiful even and bright, youthful glow. In other words, taking a milk bath gives soft skin a whole new meaning.
Sprinkle under a running tap. Add enough until you have the desired amount for your bath size.
Buttermilk Bath - buttermilk powder, magnesium sulphate, tapioca starch, sodium bicarbonate, sodium lauryl sulfoacetate, CI19140, CI45100, CI42090, (essential oil in lavender, rose geranium, renew me) or fragrance oil.
**Product contains oils, and the bath may be slippery when getting out, exercise caution, if irritation occurs discontinue use**
This has a scent that reminds me of my childhood love it!
Smells amazing. My skin feels so soft. Will definitely buy again.
Wow, so relaxing!
Just such a lovely scent and mad me feel so relaxed! Quite a nice price too! LOVE LOVE LOVE!
Milk bath soak
Milk bath soap, is amazing skin feels and smells amazing. Keep making this and all the other products you do, I will definitely keep on coming back as it is just incredible xx
Smell was strong and long lasting after the bath but it is a stretch to call it a milk bath. It added no cloudiness in the water or milky texture which is expected in a milk bath and doesn't seem to moisturise. It is a good bath salt and made my muscles relax, but it is definitely not a milk bath.