Like a lot of you, I am getting ready for swimsuit season by cleaning up my diet and hitting the gym extra hard and the days when I don’t make it to the gym, I log in 3-5 miles running. The endorphins that I get from running and super intense workouts have been great mentally, but physically my muscles feel fatigued and sore (I have an evil trainer who never seems to feel any mercy.) It seems as though the only way to relieve my tired and sore muscles is by either easing up on my workouts (not going to happen if my trainer has his way) or get regular massages (can get pretty expensive)…which I was seriously contemplating when lo and behold Dr. Teal’s Foaming Bath made an appearance.
I was familiar with Dr. Teal’s Epsom Salts, but never knew they also had a Foaming Bath product. The Foaming Baths combine Epsom salt with essential oils and are available in; Lavender (to soothe & sleep), Chamomile (to comfort & calm), Amber Vanilla (sensual & indulgent) andÂ Eucalyptus Spearmint (for relax & relief)…as in relaxing and soothing tense muscles. So on Friday night after returning homeÂ from a gym session that was two hours long, I luggedÂ my completely exhausted body to the bath tub and emptied a good sized amount of the Eucalyptus Spearmint Bath Foam into my bathtub (the bottle said 4-5 capfulls, but every movement hurt so I figured I needed more than recommended.)
The scent was very relaxing, minty, but not overwhelming, I loved that my entire bathroom smelled like a spa, even after I had drained the water the scent still lingered, which was awesome, I wish they made candles as well in these scents. Not only did my bath smell great, it was foamy and mildly moisturizing. I soaked for twenty minutes and had a difficult time leaving the bathtub because IÂ was so relaxed I could barely move. My muscles did indeed feel less tense and fatigued without me having to dish out $100+ for a massage or having to negotiate with my trainer (not a fun process, since I know he would have traded a less intense workout for a more intense diet–perhaps I should start looking into Sensa for when he insists that I amp up my weight loss plan!)
I plan on keeping the Eucalyptus Spearmint Bath Foam on hand long after I have reached my goal for swimsuit season and will definitely give the other bath foams a try as well, at $5.99 a pop they may be the most affordable physical and mental therapy I will ever undergo. Now how do I convince them to start producing candles?
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