Bramley Bath Products: Bath Salts, Bubble Bath and Candle

Bramley are a new (to me, at least!) range of bath and body products with beautiful fragrances and lovely packaging.  I think special acknowledgement needs to be given to the packaging – I love the simplicity of the white background with a single flower! I’ve been trying out three products from the range – the Bath Salts, the Bubble Bath and the Candle.

The Candle is a simple yet effective blend of rose absolute, spearmint and peppermint, which creates a zingy, fresh fragrance that’s great for burning whilst you’re at work – I always find minty scents especially handy for encouraging creativity (maybe because it clears the mind a little? Who knows!) and this one is minty fresh but sweetened with the rose.  I was disappointed that the candle itself didn’t have a picture of a flower on it in keeping with the other product packaging – I love that style and as candles are often decorative as well as functional, I feel they missed a trick there.  It’s £26 here – link.

The two bath products I have – the Bath Salts and the Bubble Bath – work either individually or alongside each other to create the perfect bath.  The Bath Salts are a fragrant mix of spearmint, geranium and lavender flowers, the latter of which are the actual flower (rather than the oil) so they float around in the bath with you, which some will enjoy, whilst others might find it a bit annoying – I personally love it as I feel like it adds to the overall experience of a steam bath.  The Bath Salts are £14 here – link.  The Bubble Bath is scented with geranium, lavender and sweet orange which is a little different to the Bath Salts but still a relaxing fragrance.  I was hoping for more bubbles, but I know this is a brand that has a big natural focus so I forgive the fewer bubbles with the belief that it’s probably a product that’s better for me all round.  It’s £12 for 250ml here – link – but you can get a 50ml bottle to try out for £3 too, which is great for travel or trying the brand without investing too much.

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