Hello gorgeous ladies,
It is always said that test one product from the range and then get the rest if you like how it works! I normally do follow the same rule, but I don’t know why did I got two of these bath salts from the same range/brand. I have already reviewed the tangerine ginger variant and came to a conclusion that it was a complete dud. Now, here is another dud 😛 It is the kelp sea variant from the range. The experience was really bad, so I have decided I wouldn’t get any bath salts in the future. I think hot showers, fruity shower gels and a loofah are enough to de-stress me, better than these bath salts for sure.
Rs. 175 for 75 gm.
Relax and de-stress the natural way. Soak in our sea kelp bath salt that is rich in mineral-epsom salts and moisturizing properties. It also helps to draw out toxins from the body. For a scented, pampering bath treat, sprinkle a small quantity into running bath water or an indulgent soak.
My Experience with The Nature’s Co. Kelp Sea Bath Salt:
Bath salts aren’t that popular if we check out the beauty dictionary. Bubble baths and bath bombs are much more famous. This bath salt comes in a test-tube shaped cylindrical bottle. The tube is transparent, so you can see the product that’s still remaining. The packaging is a bit inconvenient because I have to use my nails to open the cap. The cap is so tight that once while opening it, my finger started to bleed with a small cut. The quantity is a lot if you are just planning to soak your feet, but for a bath tub, you need more. It might last for only two or three uses then. So, I think the quantity is pretty less.
The bath salt has small and big crystals of flavoured salt. The bath salts look like small icy blue frozen crystals. It gives an aquatic feel. The big ones are hard and the smaller ones get crushed easily. They immediately dissolve in the water. The fragrance is similar to the aromatherapy products. The fragrance is a pure aqua fragrance. The only thing I like about the bath salt was its fragrance. It does smell amazing and it relaxes and calms me down. It also de-stresses the body and mind.
Now, coming to what it actually claimed. They claimed it would open pores and detoxify the skin, now I don’t know whether it’s actually doing that. But I couldn’t see any difference in my skin. Overall, the product did not do anything for me, hence I would never get these bath salts again.
Pros of The Nature’s Co. Kelp Sea Bath Salt:
- Looks pretty attractive, the crystals have a very fresh icy fragrance.
- Calms and relaxes.
- Can be used in manicure and pedicure routine.
Cons of The Nature’s Co. Kelp Sea Bath Salt:
- I do not see any difference in my skin.
- The quantity is too little for bath tub use.
- The fragrance does not linger.
- Does not hydrate skin.
- The cap is too tight.
Would I Repurchase The Nature’s Co. Kelp Sea Bath Salt?
No, not really.
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