British brand Tisserand is an Aromatherapy pioneer, founded by Robert Tisserand, the brand now has a substantial range of bodycare and aromatherapy products for you to choose from. As well as being British, the brand has great natural and free from properties, no animal ingredients and gentler ingredient alternatives to the common SLS and parabens.
I have been testing out their beautiful new Well-being Bath oil range which come in at a very reasonable £10.95 each and are perfect for unwinding at the end of a long day. The ingredients list are very impressive with lot’s of beautiful nourishing oils such as coconut, sweet almond and jojoba and scented exclusively with essential oils. Importantly the oils disperse in the bath, meaning that you get a wonderful experience with no greasy residue to clear up.
There are currently six scents in the range, something to suit everyone, whether you want relaxing or invigorating, one of the nicest bath ranges I have come across:
Sweet dreams bath oil Has a blend of lavender, sandalwood and jasmine. I love this after a long day at work as it really helps me to unwind.
Detox bath oil Is a zesty blend of Juniper, lemon and black pepper. Perfect for a boost of energy in the mornings or for something different in the evenings.
Muscle ease bath oil Is a personal favourite for after exercise, with warming ginger and stimulating rosemary and a beautiful fresh citrus burst of lemon.
De-stress bath oil Is a really lovely and unique blend, containing orange, geranium and nutmeg. Really comforting and perfect for chilly autumn evenings.
Lavender bath oil In this blend lavender is mixed with mandarin and marjoram for a blend that is relaxing and soothing but is a twist on the classic lavender scent.
There is also a Winter warming oil with clove, eucalyptus and rosemary which I didn’t test, but that sounds wonderful for helping to soothe colds and flu. All the bath oils are certified by the Vegan society and carry their symbol.
A great product from a great British brand. Which scent would you choose?