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What's Your Bath Product of Choice?

What's Your Bath Product of Choice?

While most of you said that you prefer showers over baths, there are still a good amount of you that take baths at least once a month or more. Recently, I used a bath bomb, and after the two-minute novelty of its fizziness wore off, I got to thinking about how much I'd just rather bathe in an absurd amount of bubbles. What about you? When it comes to bath products, which one enhances the experience the most?

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Yogaforlife Yogaforlife 7 years
I love bubble baths. I enjoy bath oil (skin is so soft afterwards) but it makes a mess of the bath. Usually I add lavendar scented bubble bath, and a few drops of lavendar essential oil (too much causes a rash). Epsom salt is great for sore muscles and Aveeno oatmeal bath is great when my skin is acting particularly sensitive, as it is prone to be in winter. The bath bombs/fizzies just don't last long enough for me to even enjoy them.
Yogaforlife Yogaforlife 7 years
I love bubble baths. I enjoy bath oil (skin is so soft afterwards) but it makes a mess of the bath. Usually I add lavendar scented bubble bath, and a few drops of lavendar essential oil (too much causes a rash).Epsom salt is great for sore muscles and Aveeno oatmeal bath is great when my skin is acting particularly sensitive, as it is prone to be in winter.The bath bombs/fizzies just don't last long enough for me to even enjoy them.
Ayu Ayu 7 years
Lush bathbombs are my weak point.
psychobabble psychobabble 7 years
Epsom salts with some Aveeno almond bath oil. I miss bubble baths though, so much fun!
postmodernsleaze postmodernsleaze 7 years
I like oils best for the softening effect... always works a HELL of a lot better than lotions or creams for me. But I turn my bath time into an art form, haha. So I use it all!
jumpingjellybean jumpingjellybean 7 years
Fresh Brown Sugar Body Polish!
GummiBears GummiBears 7 years
Honestly it depends on my mood and how my skin is. If I have itchy skin, I take an oatmeal soak. If I have sore muscles, then a mustard soak or some juniper soak, or even some Epsom salts. I have a couple of bath salts and bombs I have saved. I also have some sweet almond oil that I occasionally add to my bath.
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