Is Taking a Bath your Cup of Tea?
Let’s face it, as you’ve gotten older, life has gotten busier. Work days seem longer and there just never seems to be enough time to relax at the end of the day. We’re not sure if it’s the recent British weddings or the birth of Archie, but we have British fever! We’re excited to share our newest product that will make you wish you were sitting at Buckingham Palace having Afternoon Tea with the Queen.
Go British in your bath with our new Bath Teas.
Our wS Bath Tea Blend is a natural combination of organic ingredients created to relieve built up tension and soothe aching muscles. Bath Teas are not only therapeutic but can detoxify your skin, leaving your skin fresh and flawless. A soak in the tub with our tea can help with sun damaged skin, acne scars, and dry skin. They also help to reduce inflammation and redness.
How do you take your tea? Want to soothe your skin after a rough day? Try the Skin Calming Tea. Are your muscles super sore after your early morning workout? Soak in the Muscle Relaxing Tea to calm your body before taking on the work day.
Our organic ingredients are beneficial not only to your skin but your mental health as well.
The muscle relaxing tea is made with two essential ingredients to calm your skin and soothe your muscles:
Mentha Piperita (peppermint) Leaf
- Can help cool the skin on the outside and help manage stress and promote mental health on the inside
Mentha Virdis (Spearmint) Leaf
- reduces swelling due to nerve or muscle pain
Our Skin Calming Tea is made with important products to hydrate and rejuvenate your skin such as:
Calendula Flower Petals
- Can calm muscle spasms and relax your muscles
- Used to improve skin firmness and hydration
- Filled with antioxidants
- Relieves stress
- Detoxify the body
- Promote healthy digestion and skin health
Your skin is the largest organ in your body and the most visible, so give it the treatment it deserves. Our new wS product will leave your skin feeling soft and hydrated after a warm relaxing bubble bath.
Sounds better than tea with the Queen, eh?