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The Seaweed Bath Co. Wildly Natural Seaweed Powder Bath
Eucalyptus & Peppermint 476 g
Wildly Natural Seaweed Powder Bath is designed to soothe your irritated skin and stimulate your senses while you relax in your bath tub.  The Seaweed Bath Co. selects only the best hand-harvested, brown seaweed and enhance it with naturally nourishing ingredients carefully selected from around the world.  Their Organic Kukui Oil, rich in oleic, linoleic and linolenic acids, is a potent natural moisturizer that helps soothe your irritated skin, while the fresh scents of eucalyptus and peppermint invigorate your senses and help to improve your mood and energy level.  This product is specifically designed to improve the condition of red skin, dry skin, flaking skin, and scaling skin.

Wildly Natural Seaweed Powder Bath fights the following symptoms of irritated skin:
  • Redness - Alkalizes pH levels
  • Scaling - Soothes rough patches
  • Flaking - Creates moisture barrierIngredients:
Ingredients: Sodium chloride (dead sea salt), Fucus vesiculosus (bladderwrack seaweed), Eucalyptus globulus (eucalyptus) essential oil, Mentha piperita (peppermint) essential oil, Argania spinosa (organic argan) oil, Aleurites moluccana (kukui) oil.

This Product is Recommended for:
Everyone, especially sufferers of dry skin, red skin, scaling skin, flaking skin, and/or rough patches.

Instructions for Use:
Use provided scoop to place correct dosage (listed on container) into running water in the bath. Swirl with hand until powder dissolves. Relax in bath water for 15-30 minutes (for adults) or 5-10 minutes (for Children 12 & Under). Upon carefully exiting bath, allow oil to absorb into skin.

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Carol: more than a year ago

my husband like invigorating eucalyptus scent, but in this case, there was another odd scent, probably the seaweed. worked well enough.

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