Is it just me or is time absolutely flying by? I’ve been trying to make a concerted effort to update my blog and other social media more regularly. But in case you didn’t know 3 year olds are actually quite demanding. Thankfully, my son returns back to nursery next week so I might actually have a little bit of time to myself. What’s the first thing you do when you have a bit of free time? For me I have a long, hot bath. This is the single most luxurious thing in the world for me, perhaps closely followed by having my bed to myself. Parents/carers of young kids, I’m sure you understand me.
When I did my MA with the Open University I often set up my bathroom up as a little study area. I used my
Aidapt Bath Board as a desk while I took a bath to help ease pain. While taking a bath I’ve used lots of different products aimed at easing muscle and joint pain, as well as using products to relax stressed minds.
Products I’ve returned to again and again are Kneipp bath products. Despite the products I’m going to discuss today being PR samples I have actually been using these bath salts (and oils) for years. There are several reasons why I return to these products and much prefer them to other bath products. Firstly, and importantly, they actually work. Just before writing this I had a long bath in Kneipp Mineral Bath Salt- Joint and Musicle with Arnica* (the orange bath salts shown in the photos). You may know that I have serious spinal problems and this comes with a whole host of other muscle and nerve pain. Lately I’ve been having the worst muscle pain and spasms, as well as arthritic pain and these bath salts genuinely help ease
pain and make me feel more comfortable, even just for a short while. They’d also be perfect for after physical activity or if you’ve just had a strenuous day, highly recommended!
I’m also a big fan of Kneipp Mineral Bath in Balancing Lavender*. This is an incredibly soothing and relaxing bath product. If you’re feeling stressed this is perfect for you. Not only is Kneipp Balancing Lavender relaxing it also leaves skin feeling soft and moisturised. Which brings me onto another reason why I love Kneipp bath salts so much is that they don’t irritate my very sensitive skin. Products such as Lush bath bombs often itch and dry up my skin but Kneipp always leaves my skin soothed and moisturised.
As you’ve probably guessed I’m a big fan of Kneipp products. They have a whole range dealing with all kinds of ailments. You can try a lovely pack with 6 travel size products for only £7 here. I think it’s a really good bargain and a nice introduction to the brand. A very nice little treat either for yourself or for someone else.
Have you tried Kneipp products?
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