Review: JARDINS D'EDEN Indulge Dead Sea Bath Soak

JARDINS D'EDEN Indulge Dead Sea Bath Soak* 400ml £16.00

"An indulging floral aroma of Geranium, Palmarosa, and Petitgrain to help balance body and mind. Our  Salts are harvested from the Dead Sea in Jordan using traditional methods. Dead sea salts are renowned for their healing and rejuvenating qualities. They are mineral-rich which help regulate moisture level, promote healing to the skin, relax the muscles and relieve skin problems such as acne, eczema and psoriasis. To use add two handfuls to running warm water."

I love long, relaxing baths and the experience wouldn't be complete without some lovely bath salts.
I had a chance to try a luxurious Jardins D'Eden Indulge Dead Sea Bath Soak and I love everything about it.
The packaging is lovely - a simple glass bottle with a long neck and a silver cap. You can also see the rose petals on the bottom and they look incredibly beautiful. After a couple of uses, I gave the bottle a shake to mix the petals with the salt. It was and  impossible task when the bottle was full :) The scent of the bath soak is very powerful (especially in the bottle) and the most noticeable notes are geranium and rose (Palmarosa). Once I add two handfuls of the bath salts to running water, the scent is still strong, but very pleasant - it is incredibly therapeutic and makes me feel relaxed. Writing about it, makes me want to take a bath right now :) This luxurious bath soak contains essential oils to please your senses and keep skin soft an supple.

This product is so much more than a bottle of sea salt! I don't think I will be able to go back to regular bath salt, after using Jardins D'Eden. I also love adding a sprinkle of the Indulge Dead Sea Bath Soak to a bowl of warm water to soak my hands and feet when I do my weekly manicure and pedicure. The scent lingers on my skin for hours and fills the full room. Amazing!

I would definitely recommend trying the JARDINS D'EDEN Indulge Dead Sea Bath Soak.
It is worth the £16 price tag - which isn't that expensive to be honest. It would make a lovely gift, especially for Valentine's Day. You can get it online from

My exclusive February advertiser is Louise from Confessions Of a Secret Shopper
01 09 10