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Serenity Skincare Dead Sea Bath Salts Review

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After a long hard day at work, being on my feet all day, I love to come home and have a nice, hot, relaxing bath. For the last couple of months I've been swapping my normal bath bombs/melts with the Serenity Skincare Dead Sea Bath Salts in order to review them. 

The Dead Sea Bath Salts can be used either for relaxation or for if you have skin disorders or muscular conditions. On the back of the box, Serenity have recommended what to do for each and how long to soak for. As I haven't got any conditions or disorders, I followed the instructions for relaxation, which states "Recommended amount 100-200g / 1 full lid per bath tub of warm water. Relax and soak for 30 minutes to reveal noticeable smoother and improved skin. (Repeat twice a week)". As I work as a trainee hairdresser, by the time I get home from work, I haven't got time to be soaking in the bath for 30 minutes. To be honest, I don't think I could stay in the bath that long anyway! I love the fact that the lid of the bottle can be used to pour the salts into the bath, so you don't have to buy a little spoon.

When reviewing the salts, I probably stayed in the bath for around 5-8 minutes, which doesn't sound long, but I could still tell that my skin felt really soft and smooth after getting out of the bath the first time of using them. I also noticed that some of the dryer parts of my skin didn't feel as dry, which I was impressed with. The best thing about using salts rather than bath bombs is that you don't get left with bits in the bath after letting all the water out! Plus they dissolved into the water straight away.

Using only a lid full of salts every time you have a bath means that the bottle is going to last you quite a while, even if you use them every night. But don't worry, If your a bit of a minimalist and wouldn't want to have a big bottle stuck on the side of your bathroom shelf, you could buy a fancy glass jar and make a bit of a feature out of them. 

The Dead Sea Salts are natural and chemical free and are also kind to sensitive or irritated skin.

The Serenity Skincare Dead Sea Bath Salts cost £7.50 for the large bottle I have in the pictures above. This is a great price because if you think, one bath melt from a popular bath store is only a couple of pounds cheaper, and with the salts, you are getting loads more for your money, and they actually make a difference in how your skin feels. I would totally recommend them.

Thank you to Serenity Skincare for letting me review their product. 

Have you ever tried the Dead Sea Bath Salts?

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