Tuesday, 13 October 2015

Weleda Arnica Muscle Soak - Review*

Weleda Arnica Muscle Soak - Review

If you know me, you'll know that the month of September was pretty awful for me. My partner spent a lot of time in hospital and I was actually unwell myself. I was sick and stressed so my muscles were pretty tight and painful. 

I received the Weleda Arnica Muscle Soak just in time; and I've already used it on a number of occasions so I thought it would be time to share my thoughts.

Weleda Arnica Muscle Soak - Review

The Weleda Arnica Muscle Soak contains a bunch of amazing products that help you relax, including extracts of Arnica flowers and birch leaves. It also contains lavender and rosemary essential oils; both amazing oils for relaxation. 

While it doesn't really smell like much in the bottle, when it's used in the bath it comes alive with a fabulous natural scent. I have to say that I found the scent to be rather unique and refreshing.


Weleda Arnica Muscle Soak - Review

This is actually described as a "bath milk" which I think totally nails it. You only need to apply 2-3 cap fulls of this stuff, and your bath becomes cloudy. It doesn't bubble up or leave any residue on your bath afterwards, which is great news.

Once I eased my tired body into the bath, I was delighted to find the water had become very soft and silky; akin to the feeling I get when I use a bath melt from Lush. This definitely added to the relaxation of the bath.

Weleda Arnica Muscle Soak - Review

As you can see, I've already used a fair amount of this since receiving it. After my bath, my skin felt incredibly smooth and the scent lingered just a little - but once my moisturiser was applied, it died down. So if you're not a fan of the scent, never fear!

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I've become a pretty bit fan of the Weleda Arnica Muscle Soak and will be buying another bottle soon. (Considering these pictures were snapped about two weeks ago, I'm pretty I've used up a fair amount since!) There are other scents in their Bath Milk range which I am now incredibly keen to try, including Lavender, Rosemary, Pine and Citrus.


Have you tried the Weleda Arnica Muscle Soak before? If so, what are your thoughts? Are you a fan of a nice relaxing bath?

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7 comments

  1. I so need this in my life after a weekend of wakeboarding!

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  2. Here's to a better month!

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  3. This does sound like quite a relaxing treat! I love the sound of the essential oils it contains. Hope you and your partner are both feeling better x

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  4. I hope your partner is feeling better!!! I will need to look out for this product... with ageing my whole body aches every now and then, oh dear

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  5. Thanks so much Lily! And oh I know how you feel, this definitely helps that feeling though! xx

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  6. Thank you gorgeous. It's definitely a relaxing treat :D xx

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  7. Thank you darling xx

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Tuesday, 13 October 2015

Weleda Arnica Muscle Soak - Review*

Weleda Arnica Muscle Soak - Review

If you know me, you'll know that the month of September was pretty awful for me. My partner spent a lot of time in hospital and I was actually unwell myself. I was sick and stressed so my muscles were pretty tight and painful. 

I received the Weleda Arnica Muscle Soak just in time; and I've already used it on a number of occasions so I thought it would be time to share my thoughts.

Weleda Arnica Muscle Soak - Review

The Weleda Arnica Muscle Soak contains a bunch of amazing products that help you relax, including extracts of Arnica flowers and birch leaves. It also contains lavender and rosemary essential oils; both amazing oils for relaxation. 

While it doesn't really smell like much in the bottle, when it's used in the bath it comes alive with a fabulous natural scent. I have to say that I found the scent to be rather unique and refreshing.


Weleda Arnica Muscle Soak - Review

This is actually described as a "bath milk" which I think totally nails it. You only need to apply 2-3 cap fulls of this stuff, and your bath becomes cloudy. It doesn't bubble up or leave any residue on your bath afterwards, which is great news.

Once I eased my tired body into the bath, I was delighted to find the water had become very soft and silky; akin to the feeling I get when I use a bath melt from Lush. This definitely added to the relaxation of the bath.

Weleda Arnica Muscle Soak - Review

As you can see, I've already used a fair amount of this since receiving it. After my bath, my skin felt incredibly smooth and the scent lingered just a little - but once my moisturiser was applied, it died down. So if you're not a fan of the scent, never fear!

--

I've become a pretty bit fan of the Weleda Arnica Muscle Soak and will be buying another bottle soon. (Considering these pictures were snapped about two weeks ago, I'm pretty I've used up a fair amount since!) There are other scents in their Bath Milk range which I am now incredibly keen to try, including Lavender, Rosemary, Pine and Citrus.


Have you tried the Weleda Arnica Muscle Soak before? If so, what are your thoughts? Are you a fan of a nice relaxing bath?

--

Follow me: Twitter, Facebook, Instagram, Tumblr, Pinterest, BlogLovin', YouTube

Product was provided for consideration.

7 comments:

  1. I so need this in my life after a weekend of wakeboarding!

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  2. Here's to a better month!

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  3. This does sound like quite a relaxing treat! I love the sound of the essential oils it contains. Hope you and your partner are both feeling better x

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  4. I hope your partner is feeling better!!! I will need to look out for this product... with ageing my whole body aches every now and then, oh dear

    ReplyDelete
  5. Thanks so much Lily! And oh I know how you feel, this definitely helps that feeling though! xx

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  6. Thank you gorgeous. It's definitely a relaxing treat :D xx

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  7. Thank you darling xx

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