These bath salts make my muscles feel so relaxed and have really helped with my chronic pain. Love that they come with a reusable pouch so there’s no messy cleanup when you’re done!
Our ocean goddess bath tea is where the ocean meets the spa. Sink into a tub thats filled with 6 botanicals and all the benefits of sea salts. Our most luxurious bath tea in the collection.
How to use: Draw a hot bath and fill the reusable muslin bag with the botanical mix. Drop it into the bath and enjoy! You can always add the mix directly to your bath, just be prepared to clean up a bit of a mess.
Ingredients: jasmine, hibiscus, wakame, rosemary, rose petals, peppermint, sea salts
One of our foundation products, this mixture of rose and salts infuse your bathing experience with a bounty of rich nutrients from ancient seas. As you soak, the salt water alleviates your tired muscles, sore joints and general achiness, while the comforting scent of roses cradles your soul.
How to use: Draw a warm bath and drop in the included reusable muslin tea bag filled with the bath tea. Slip into the hot water and let Ritual Rose alleviate those tired, achy muscles and joints.
Staff tip: cut up some lemons and add them to your bath. The smell of Lemon improves concentration and has a calming effect of tranquility, while leaving your skin soft and smooth.
Ingredients: dulse, sea salt, Himalayan sea salts, rose geranium essential oils, kaolin rose clay, rose centifolia
We are drawn to the sea. So, can we not say that the sea must be drawn to us? Not only is your blood mostly water, but that portion of your blood has a concentration of salt that is remarkable similar to seawater.
Our seaweed bath tea is packed with six types of seaweed that has been chosen to improve blood circulation, reduce inflammation, detox your skin, and promote collagen growth.
How to use: Draw a bath and fill the reusable tea bag with the seaweed salt (or simply drop some in freely, just be prepared to clean your tub afterwards).
Ingredients: spirulina, bladderwrack, nori, wakame, kelp, irish moss, sea clay, sea salts