The final Persephenie product I’m reviewing is the one I was most excited to try. If I had to choose, it’s also probably my favorite of the three, but I’m sure I’ve made it painfully obvious in the past that I’m a sucker for a hot bath.
Ingredients (provided at persephenie.com)- “Sodium bicarbonate, Sea Salt, Citric Acid, Coconut Oil (Cocus nucifera), Certified Organic Cocoa Butter (Theobroma cacao), Denditric Salt, and a combination of botanical essential oils and absolutes.”
The preliminary report that I created in the Cosmetics Database gives this product a hazard score of 2. The only ingredient with hazard scores above a 3 is unspecified oils (4). I left out denditric salt since the site didn’t recognize it.
Some great things about this product:
1.It’s free of parabens, sulfates, and synthetic fragrance.
2. It contains organic ingredients.
3. It’s cruelty-free and vegan.
Product Description(provided at persephenie.com)- “Surrender yourself in a relaxing Nanu (Hawaiian Gardenia) getaway. Nanu Lei Bath contains Certified Organic cocoa butter, a natural antioxidant that smooths and revitalizes the skin, mineral rich sea salt, known to detoxify and replenish, and coconut oil, a nourishing oil, high in essential fatty acids that protect the skin from free radicals.”
Price– $46.00 for a 12 oz. jar.
Performance– I’ve been adding a very small amount of this powder to my baths (maybe 1/2 a tablespoon), and it seems to do the trick (which makes the price considerably more reasonable). It’s moisturizing, relaxing, and it doesn’t leave a film in my tub. I’d take a bath with this stuff every night if I had an endless supply.
Scent– It’s warm, slightly floral, and a little woody. It’s an extremely appropriate scent for a hot bath.
Rating– 9.5/10. I subtracted half a point for the 1 ingredient with a hazard score above a 3.
Would I purchase this item again? Certainly!
*Product was provided by Persephenie. Opinions were provided by me.
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