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I’ve been gravitating more towards organic products for several years now and my bath favorites keep changing. But since we’ve been renovating our bathroom and I’ve got a brand new tub, I figured I’d share some of my winter favorites.
On our trip this past weekend to Pigeon Forge, I stopped in two of my favorite stores that we don’t have here in Lexington. The Savannah Bee Company (also at Disney World) and Nourish. If you haven’t been in these stores, you have to check them out. They have so much stuff.
In the Savanah Bee Company, I picked up chapstick, hand soap, and of course, one of their body washes. I’m really into lavender scents right now and the rosemary lavender smells amazing. ( I link some Amazon products here and below if you want to check them out yourself. Seriously, you won’t regret it.)
Next in Nourish, I grabbed so … many … items. Seriously, I’m going to have to write a separate blog just about items I buy there every time I get a chance to drop in. For my new tub, I grabbed a lavender & oat soap, which I’m truly raving over right now. (I couldn’t find any Amazon links to link for you guys but you REALLY have to check out a store. I love it so much.)
I use so many brands of bath bombs I’m almost ashamed. I just grabbed a pack at Nourish but Lush is my go to while shopping local here in Lexington. I’m going to link some of my favorites below.
Then of course, you have to breakout your diffuser and grab some lavender to defuse while you bath. Lavender is just so calming. I diffuse it a lot at night too. (If your curious as to how I got started with essential oils, you can read about it HERE. If you need to buy some lavender for yourself you can grab it HERE and my diffuser is available HERE. You might have to scroll over to find the Dessert Mist diffuser.)
I only use Young Living Essential Oils at this time. Amazon does offer a few select oils (not so sure about quality control though, but Prime may make it worth trying. Lavender is on Amazon HERE and although I couldn’t find my diffuser, I did find some cute ones which I’ll link below.