Vitabath, according to their website, had “a vision in mind, they created an innovative yet superior product that cleansed the skin and provided important skin conditioning benefits.” I’m not sure how many people have tried this product but as one person, who is very critical on what touches their skin, I’d say they reached their goal. Vitabath products are paraben free and use natural sources to create great smells and excellent moisturizing capabilities.
I first want to mention the full size bottle of Heavenly Coconut Creme oil that the marketing team at Vitabath gave me to try. Like most folks in the winter my skin flakes off and becomes very ashy, to the point I don’t even want to touch it to remedy the problem. The Heavenly Coconut Creme oil from Vitabath over my skin like silk, smelled like a pina colada and actually worked. Meaning, it moisturized my skin, it didn’t just soften it until my next application. I judge all products are their ability to keep my skin soft for more than one day because I’m about the laziest person when it comes to beauty regimens.
I was also given three trial bottles of their body wash in Pomegranate Blood Orange, Heavenly Coconut Creme and Lavender Chamomile. Each of these products are aromatherapeutic and feel soft going on your skin from your bath pouf. I wish I could explain how soft honestly because it was a little shocking at first. I haven’t really felt that before and I think it’s definitely worth it to try just for the experience. I even started raving about it to my boyfriend – though I’m not sure he cared too much.
The last product given to me was the Cool Spearmint and Thyme foaming bath bomb. I’ve not had a chance to use it, because I’m a firm believer that a bath needs to be enjoyed and not rushed, but you can bet I have some plans with a bottle of mead and that bath bomb this Friday night. If you’re curious stick with me and give me a follow(: