Bath Soak Tube

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Indulge in a glorious spa treatment in the comfort of your home. Soothing, all-natural bath soaks, beautifully packaged in a delicate glass vial and topped off with a cork stopper. Simply add to a warm bath and soak in self-care. These also make great gifts. Use to top off a wrapped gift or include in a care package to a loved one!

Choose from different blends:

Milk & Honey: comforting & sweet, warm dairy cream with touches of wholesome sweet honey. Ingredients: baking soda, dead sea salt, goat milk, lactose, honey crystals, oats, fragrance

Rose Sandalwood: stimulating rose and grounding sandalwood create a well balanced and sultry aroma. Ingredients: european sea salt, dead sea salt, dendritic salt, kaolin clay, rosa canina (red rose petals), fragrance, rosa damascena (rose) essential oil

Peppermint Tea Tree: cleansing notes of fresh peppermint and herbaceous tea tree oil. INGREDIENTS: dead sea salts, mentha spicata (spearmint) leaf, eucalyptus globulus leaf, mentha piperita (peppermint) leaf & essential oil, melaleuca cajeputi essential oil, melanleuca alternifolia (tea tree) essential oil, activated charcoal

Grapefruit Lemongrass : an uplifting citrus wellness blend of grapefruit, orange, bergamot and lemongrass. INGREDIENTS: european sea salt, dendritic salt, calendula officinalis (marigold), dried lemongrass, hibiscus sabdariffa, fragrance, pink grapefruit rind, citrus paradisi (pink grapefruit) essential oil, cymbopogon flexuosus (lemongrass) essential oil

each tube contains 2 oz. of bath soak
Made in USA 

Meet the Maker: Nectar Republic
Nectar Republic is a small family-owned aromatherapy brand founded in Kansas. They handcraft soap, bath goods, and fragrant candles. Their honesty speaks through their work reflecting eco-friendly materials, detailed craftsmanship, and spirited ambition. Inspired by mother nature; the flowers, their nectar and the sweet honey bees are all apart of this delicate "circle of life". They donate 5% of their profits to "Save the Bees".