Elemental Herbology Metal Detox Bath & Body Oil Review
I've been loving bath and body oils lately and one of my favourites is Elemental Herbology Metal Detox Bath and Body Oil.
This bath and body oil can be applied to your body before a shower, dispensed into a hot bath or applied directly to dry skin to nourish and hydrate. I prefer to use it in a hot bath and it really helps my skin stay hydrated and lovely and soft.
It smells great as well, a cross between fruity and herby if that makes sense. I'm not too sure about the detox part but it is meant to eliminate toxins, stimulate lymphatic drainage and encourage circulation. It includes rosemary to improve circulation, aid digestion and stimulate the mind, grapefruit which aids general detox and helps stimulate healthy digestion and juniper berry for cleansing and purifying and helps remove toxins and improves circulation. My skin is well moisturised after using this in the bath and I don't need to apply any moisturiser on top. It absorbs easily into my skin and doesn't leave it feeling oily.
Elemental Herbology Metal Detox Bath and Body Oil is a fab addition to my skincare/bathing routine. There are 5 other products in this range based on the five elements - wood, fire, earth, metal and water (which you can read about here) and I can't wait to try out more of them. They aren't cheap at £28 for 145ml but as you only need to use 2-3 pumps a little goes a long way. I usually buy products that are a bit more on the expensive side when I can get a GWP goody bag when you spend over a certain amount from the likes of SpaceNK. I use it as an excuse to treat myself to products I wouldn't normally buy and get to try out a number of other brands for free.
You can read more about Elemental Herbology here. The Elemental Herbology philosophy is based on the Five Element Theory in Traditional Chinese Medicine, a belief that everything in life needs to work in harmony in order to achieve perfect equilibrium.
Have you tried anything from this range?
I bought these products with my own money