So now that I'm officially moved into my new condo and don't have to suffer through using my old bathroom anymore, I can finally, finally take baths in Los Angeles instead of having to wait until I visit family on the east coast. I'm seriously so excited about it because I love a good bath AND this means I can finally resume my LUSH bath bomb addiction, which had sadly basically dried up in recent years. I'm still excited about hitting up LUSH again soon, but at the moment, I'm totally obsessed with AHAVA's Eucalyptus Bath Salts.
I originally got them sent over because they're made with Dead Sea Salt and I know that's really good for your skin, plus I love the scent of Eucalyptus, but I had no idea they were going to be so amazing or I would've bought them years ago. (Actually, I couldn't have used them anyway, so maybe I'm glad I didn't know because then I would've been sad everytime I passed them on the shelf and really, isn't life hard enough without adding bath salt withdrawal to it?) The scent of Eucalyptus is so amazingly strong in these that you really only need a tiny amount to make your entire bathroom smell fantastic, plus it's the perfect fragrance to wash away all the stress of the day with after work. I soaked for far longer than I normally do just to keep smelling it. And when I got out of the bath, I was so relaxed and happy that I practically floated into bed. It was delightful. All the stress of moving was worth it for that one soak alone, but luckily, I don't have to be content with just one because I'm totally planning to use them again tonight. They're even good for my budget - a huge 32 ounce jar is only $22. So, so worth it. (Plus, you can find Ahava at ULTA and they always have sales and coupons, so you probably won't even have to pay full price. But I totally would!) Now I'm excited to try some of the other scents too - Lavender and Honey Herbal have my name written all over them. Getting this excited about bath salts AND buying a condo? I really am an adult now!
Note: A sample of this product was sent to me by a PR representative working with Ahava