Beauty 101: Face Oils
Kneipp Spruce & Pine Herbal Bath,Stimulating & Invigorating. (3.38 fl.oz.)
This stuff is what bath oil should be like. Actually it isn't super oily, but it does have a great fragrance. You have to really like the whole pine, woodsy thing, which I totally love and you don't need a lot of it, so even though it is a bit pricey for bath stuff, sometimes you just have to treat yourself. It's very relaxing as well as refreshing, I think they also make a eucalyptus one which is also very nice. I used to be able to find the small try it size in one of the mall shops but haven't seen them in stores or the bigger sizes in a while. If you are tired of trying to find a deep pine, woodsy scent and not either being able to find one at all in the drugstore, you will be happy with this. Especially if you are one of the refugees who once used Badedas Bath Oil and are unhappy since they changed the formula finding it now weak and a shadow of what it once was, Kneipp will not disappoint. I only reserved one star simply because it is kind of steep for less than a 4 oz bottle, though I believe it is imported from northern Europe. So the 1 star taken away is simply because it's expensive, not because of the quality.
I can't say enough about Kneipp's products. This one smells great. Really makes you feel refresh and easy to go. Doesn't make the tub or your skin oily. You only need one cap full for your bath so the bottle lasts while.
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