Beauty | My Current Bath-Time Favorites!

Hi friends!

If you've been reading my blog for awhile now, you already know that I LOVE bubble baths! I almost always take a bath over a shower. Baths are the one moment in my day where I de-stress and relax. I love to light a candle (or two!) and read a good book. Sometimes, I make a cup of hot tea or put on a face mask to really set the tone!  I love relaxing, aromatherapy type scents that make you sleepy because I like to take baths before bedtime and lavender is one of my favorites.

Bath bombs have pretty much taken over the world... Maybe that's a bit dramatic, but they've definitely taken over bath-time items! I mean who doesn't love to drop that little magical bomb in the water and step back and watch it fizz? And they smell so good it entirely changes your bath. Body By Shic make such gorgeous bath bombs. This one I used is their Lavender & Chamomile one and it's made with real lavender buds! It's definitely a must-have for a relaxing bath night.

Here are all of my current bath-time favorites:

1. Loofah Bath Sponge - Target
2. Lavender Shortbread Candle - Anthropologie
3. Lavender & Chamomile Bath Bomb - Body By Shic
4. Take The Day Off Makeup Remover - Clinique
5. Clean Bar Soap - Gift from Sister-In-Law (Thank you!)
6. Eiffel Tower Matchbox - elm & Iron
7. Bathtub Caddy - Anthropologie 
8. Places to go, People to see Book - Kate Spade 

Love,

Christina xx

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