TSK x Bathing Beauteas Review

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So we’ve all probably heard of Lush bath bombs by now…but what about tea baths? My friend Nadya sent me a sample of the “Pomegranate Persephone” tea bath from her startup team Bathing Beauteas to try out. Check out my thoughts on it!

So I was born with, unfortunately, highly-reactive and sensitive skin. I’m even allergic to a common skincare chemical called–wait for it–Methylisothiazolinone. I know, it took me a while to memorize that but I had to! This is my reason for choosing more natural and organic skincare products. Ergo, the Bathing Beauteas tea bath truly piqued my interests! So, I decided to run my bath and give it a go!

(Here’s the back of the lovely packaging, by the way, for reference)

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My very first impression of Bathing Beauteas was that the packaging felt very high-quality. I was told by the BB team  themselves that they intentionally curate their ingredients from a high-quality AND local source. That’s exactly what people look for in a “spa-type” product. I mean, let’s be real. If you’re going to be pampering yourself, you ain’t gonna be looking around the dollar store for a quick-fix.

Upon opening the package, I immediately got a generous whiff of sweet and fruity pomegranate tea.The tea bath bag is essentially a giant bag of tea. There’s also an ever so light hint of sweet mint-y freshness as well. Another notable ingredient in this product is definitely the epsom salt which is, as many of you probably already know, a body-soothing natural compound (that’s not actually salt) that has many benefits for your body, internally and externally.

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After following the directions and getting the product infused into my bath, the tea aroma began to lightly fill the air. I almost wish it was stronger because it smelled so good! The bag in which the tea is contained in is made from a material reminiscent of a loofa, so I loved using this sweet-smelling tea loofa to gently exfoliate my skin. When I finished my bath, my body felt ultra relaxed and less wound up–the perfect end to a long day of work.

If you’d like to check out Bathing Beauteas, hop on over to their website for more at-home organic tea baths! 🙂

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