I’ve never really been one to take a long relaxing bath. Give me a shower any day than the idea of enjoying a glass of wine while enjoying a long soak.
That was until I rejoined the gym in an attempt to get fit.
Upping my steps, taking part in various different classes and playing tennis three times a week has certainly left my limbs and muscles aching and me crying out for a rest.
So the opportunity to try Olverum Bath Oil couldn’t have come at a better time and my body is still saying thank you.
It’s been on the market since 1931 so It must be good and I will completely testify to it’s wondering relaxing and restorative powers.
It is packed full of a unique blend of natural essential oil, including; Siberian fir Needle, Lavandin, Eucalyptus, Lemon, Rosemary, Exotic Verbena, True Lavander, Lime, Juniper, Geranium – all of which have their own specific uses.
The Siberian Fir Needle was used for centuries by native wise women in a traditional balm to soothe aching limbs and minor wounds, while the Exotic Verbena has for centuries been revered in indigenous Taiwanese culture for its tonic effect on mind and body, lifting the spirits and promoting relaxation and restful sleep.
The best thing about it is you only need a tiny amount to get your bathroom smelling and feeling like the best spa you can visit yet there’s enough when diluted to leave your skin also feeling silky smooth.
The soothing eucalyptus helps you drift away, while the lavender helps you and your muscles relax and destress.
I managed to spend a record time in the bath, there was no urge to get up and stop being lazy – instead, I really did switch off and enjoy it. The best thing too is that unlike bubble bath there was no ‘scum’ left in the bath, so there were no self-inflicted chores to complete!
I enjoyed the travel sized set (19), which includes three 15ml bottles, which each contain enough for three baths. There’s also a 125ml size (£29.00) which is enough for 25 baths and the 250ml size (£53), which is enough for 50 baths.
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