New in from Tropic Skincare – Bodycare products for a relaxing bathtime experience

Tropic Skincare

So many good things coming from Tropic Skincare at the moment, I can barely keep up with them all. They have added some lovely new products to the bath and body care range, designed to nurture the skin and give you a peaceful nights sleep. Pampering bath time products are my favourites so I had fun testing these! If you are curious about Tropic Skincare, take a look at my review of Supergreens and Good Skin day here.

Soothe the senses bath soak nourishing oil to milk – I love bath oils, but hate it when they leave an oily film around the bath. There are two new bath soaks added to the Tropic range, both are thick nourishing oils, that turn to a milky consistency when they hit the water. Soothe the senses contains frangipani, macadamia and cedarwood and is as lovely as it sounds. Perfect for a relaxing evening in. These come in at £38 per bottle, so certainly not a budget item, however the bottles are huge, so will last longer than your average bath product.

Awaken the senses bath soak nourishing oil to milk – Just as you would from a product designed to wake you up, awaken the senses has a bright citrusy scent, with bergamot, mandarin, neroli and basil. This is lovely for a weekend when you have time for a luxurious Sunday morning soak. Both of these soaks are limited edition, which is a shame as they are really lovely, if you like the look of them grab them whilst you can.

Tropic Awaken the senses bath soak

Tropic Skincare bodycare

Whipped body velvet intensely rich buttermelt – This is a sweet smelling and highly nourishing body butter, perfect for use before bed. Thanks to the intensely moisturising ingredients list it does take a little while to absorb, but I think it is worth it, especially if you are battling dry skin in this weather. It contains Shea Butter, rarabe butter, baobab oil, rosehip and is scented with vanilla. A really delicious body treat and a generous sized pot.

So sleepy pillow mist – This pillow mist comes in a lovely frosted glass bottle and has a wonderful blend of essential oils. Lavender, rosemary, frankincense and Eucalytus. The eucalyptus isn’t too strong, but is definitely present and makes it nice to use when you have a cold too. I prefer to spritz this lightly over the duvet, rather than the pillow, the whole room smells wonderful afterwards.

Some lovely new pampering products from Tropic. As usual they are all vegan and certified cruelty free by cruelty free international.

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Ana Green

Written by Ana – A natural beauty enthusiast, mum of two and chocoholic.