I am a shower person more than I’m a bath person out of convenience.
A bath, to me, is a luxurious, stress reliever with candles, a book, a glass of wine or a cup of tea depending on my mood. It’s not something you do quickly – you take your time and enjoy the water lapping your body. You watch the water droplets run down your leg in playful patterns, you get mesmerised by the flickering candle light and you breathe deeply.
Mio Liquid Yoga Restorative Bath Soak has been a game changer for me and now I find myself bathing more than I shower, just so that I can use this product.
I’ve also been reminded of this lately too:Liquid Yoga works hard to take care of you – in fact, you’re encouraged to still your mind and breathe in the beautifully relaxing aromas, which turns your bathroom into the smell of a 5 star spa. It gets to work helping with muscle fatigue, relaxing tight, stressed shoulders and soothing tired, achy bodies whilst detoxifying and re-energising.
If you’re suffering from period pains – this works wonders, if you’ve overdone it at the gym, spent too many hours bent over your desk and computer or just overly stressed, this is for you. Basically it’s great for everyone. This has really helped my sore back, which sees a chiropractor often and my skin actually feels softer. Fit skin = happy skin.
How is it so magical? Well, I turned to the booklet inside to get the answers – do you ever read the inserts? You should – it even has some yoga moves to do before your bath. Anyway, it is rich in magnesium epsom salts and Arnica. Mio have also added their gorgeous blend of V-Tonic™, spearmint, cypress, lavender, mandarin and chamomile essential oils to ease your stress and anxiety, plus anti-inflammatory, moisturising Murumuru Butter so your skin feels as good as your mind.
It’s not a bubble bath – although it does bubble a little. It’s more milky magic. It’s free from Sodium Laureth Sulfate and Sodium Lauryl Sulfate (SLS), parabens, petrolatum, synthetic fragrance and colourants, xenoestrogens, PEGs, glycols and pthalates. If I can’t pronounce them or explain what they are, I certainly don’t want them on my skin.
I’m going to explain how to use it, and before you think: Erm, thanks Bailey, but I’m pretty sure I know how to use bath soak. I’m only telling you this because Blondie here didn’t read the bottle properly, and therefore didn’t shake it well to get the maximum benefit the first time I used it. Shake well because the magnesium-rich Epsom Salts might have settled to the bottom.
Pour a good amount of Mio Liquid Yoga Restorative Bath Soak into a warm running bath. Take your time in the bath and get out a new person.You can find our more about the various Mio skincare products here: http://www.poisebrands.co.za/