I think I have found the best of Zum. The bath salts. I like some of their soaps, the frankincense and myrrh body oil is pretty good, but there bath salts? Amazing! I love them more than most the bath stuff I have ever gotten from Lush.
- Salt your rim and take a dip in this moisturizing drink. Zum Tub's shea butter infusion transforms a mix of all-natural sea salt crystals and epsom salts into a submersible bathrodisiac. Your skin goes glug glug and your mind goes unplugged.
- 100% pure essential oils
- All-natural ingredients
- The earthy patchouli helps treat dry skin, while the light, floral ylang ylang helps to speed up the healing process of any wounds. Ylang Ylang also relaxes the body, driving away chronic stress and anxiety.
They have quite a bit of choices when it comes to the scent you want. But I thought I would start with this, since I'm on a patchouli kick lately. I'm especially fond of patchouli and citrus scents and I bought this thinking ylang ylang was a citrus. It's a floral, which I realized a little later. I'm not sure exactly what ylang ylang smells like since I've never smelled it on it's own. The patchouli definitely takes over and overpowers any other scent that might be in there. It's that signature patchouli, earthy, dirty, exotic scent...with just a bit of juiciness to it. I really love it. But I don't think everyone would appreciate this one, especially if you aren't a fan of patchouli. And it sticks to you!
One thing I don't like about it- no directions. How much do I use? Who knows. I just sprinkle until I'm satisfied with the scent but who knows if I'm supposed to be using more or less. I think I use about a third of a cup. I think. I can be heavy handed.
The packaging is not as as cute as the other packaging. But I think maybe that's because this one has dried flowers in it. There aren't much...and I don't really think they add too much to the bathing experience, but whatever floats their boat.
It's hard to describe the salts. So I took a picture.
I'm sure you get all the benefits of an Epsom Salt bath along with nice and moisturized skin.
As always, ingredients are completely natural. The salts are made in the USA. And they are cruelty-free.
Sea salt, epsom salt, pure essential oils, meadowfoam seed oil, rosemary oleo, and herbs.
In conclusion, this is quite a rich, exotic smelling bath salt experience that makes me feel like I'm bathing in luxury. I would buy them again, and I would highly recommend them if you are a fan of patchouli. I have about one more use in my jar and then I'm trying the frankincense and myrrh one next.