Radox Herbal Bath Salts With Thyme' Reviews
Product Type: Radox Bath / Shower
Description:Brand: Radox / Type: Bath Salt
Newest Review: ... all your aches and pains to know that you are doing something good for your body. Radox have made these bath salts rich in ... more
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Customer Radox Herbal Bath Salts With Thyme' Reviews (4)
by - written on 29/04/09, updated on 29/04/09 (Very useful, 288 readings)
I get alot of aches and pains every day. I suffer a lot of backache and a sore neck and things like that and I have a diagnosed condition in the base of my spine and I have to have injections in it to remain pain free every 3 months for the rest of my life. I'm constantly on the look out for pain relieving treatments and I do like alternative kind of treatments. I bath very often but I do find it uncomfortable with my bad back so I decided when I saw this in Sainsbury's priced at £1.29 (but available in many places in you look for it!) to give it a whirl. The Packaging.... Light and dark blue cardboard box and the writing on it is white ... Read the complete review
by - written on 17/10/11 (Very useful, 41 readings)
Radox have been producing their bath salts since 1908 so its no wonder that when they talk about this iconic product they say that with these bath salts you can sprinkle and soak away your aches and pains in a steamy bath containing 100 years of Radox know how." Bath salts are a lovely alternative to bubble bath and sometimes its nice to just relax in a hot steaming bath with nothing in it but some cloudy water that has been achieved with the use of these salts. The salts dissolve in the water and give the water a lovely fragrance that is so nice to lay back in. I like to pour my under the hot running tap so they dissolve well in the water. I find if you ... Read the complete review
by - written on 27/11/10 (Very useful, 53 readings)
I bought this product for £1 from Boots on the recommendation of a friend. I tend to favour bubble baths but hadn't used bath salts for years, so was prepared to give these a go. They are herbal bath salts blended with Thyme. Thyme (or Thymus vulgaris Flower/leaf extract, as it states in the ingredients) is believed to refresh and sooth irritated and sensitive skin due to its antiseptic properties, as well as easing muscular aches and pains. Although I didn't have any serious aches and pains to ease, my back and shoulders always feel a bit tense after a day's work (tapping furiously at the steno machine in court) so I hoped the salts would help me relax after ... Read the complete review
by - written on 21/05/09 (Very useful, 43 readings)
I love the smell of this product and the fact its a couple of quid and lasts a while. I love the radox range and although this is the original it is my least favourite. Yes it smells lovely and is quite relaxing but there is a couple of things that bug me about this product and bath salts in general. Its a blue/breen salt/powder that you add when running a bath it then dissolves creating a lovely herby relaxing aroma. So what bugs me well firsly my hair completely dries out and secondly the stuff is still in the bottom of the bath when its drained and leaves an awful residue around the side of the bath plus the stuff goes everywhere when ... Read the complete review
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