06 July 2012

Weleda Citrus Refreshing Bath Milk Is My Fluffy Little Pick Of The Week (And Simon Cowell's, Too!)



WOWSA! This citrus bath milk from Weleda is a gorgeously fresh and juicy bathing experience. Recommended for mornings or whenever you need a pick me up, I’ve found it the perfect after work refresher throughout this hot, sticky spell we’re having here in Ireland.

It arrived in the post after I wrote this piece and, about 10 seconds after I’d taken a sniff from the heavy glass bottle, I was luxuriating in a deliciously zesty, uplifting bath.  20 minutes later I was refreshed, revitalised and boasting silky soft and lemony scented skin.


Although it’s packed with the finest citrus essential oils, it doesn’t feel oily at all. It’s a thin milky emulsion that scents my apartment with the most sparkling and refreshing citrus scent.
But look, don’t take my word for it! Check out what none other than Mr. Simon Cowell has to say about it:


“There’s no sponsorship deal – I just love it. It’s a lemon milk and it’s the most delicious thing.”

Weleda Bath Milks also come in rosemary (invigorating), lavender (relaxing) and pine (restorative) – they’re all €11.25 for 200ml, and I’ll be working my way through the range.
Have you tried this, or any other Weleda products? Any recommendations from the range?

20 comments:

Francesca said...

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Not Just On The Inside said...

I love the Weleda Pomegranate skincare range it smells divine and feels really luxurious

Karen said...

I must give this a go, I've never ever had an uplifting bath before! Usually I pick scents that are soothing and relaxing but this intrigues moi!

Adele said...

Lemon milk - I really like the sound of this!
Happy weekend Hun xoxo
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Been There, Done That, Got The Lipstick. said...

Sounds lovely. I've been looking for a milky bath product and that price is really reasonable too.
xo

LoveT. said...

Sounds great ,i have to try this Product!

Wish you a nice Weekend :*

Beauty Balm said...

This sounds fantastic, I love the Weleda Lavender body oil x

fluff and fripperies said...

I must try the lavender and pomegranate ranges too! xo

Eimear Mc Keown said...

Sounds gorgeous, I adore all things lemon. Where can you buy Weleda products? I'm dying to try out Skin Food x

fluff and fripperies said...

Hey Eimear, they stock it in Nourish and other health/beauty shops. You can also buy online at http://www.weleda.co.uk/ - hope that helps! xo

Nowak said...

cool! have to try it!! like your blog
Jessi

Ramona said...

Thats so funny and yet cool what Simon said about this lemon milk.haha!
I love my shower in the morning and evening.

xoxo Ra

Style-Delights said...

I just got weleda soap (iris scent) and can't wait to unwrap it!! Simon is so funny in a dry twisted way! LOL!

Victoria said...

I adore citrus scents and I love a relaxing bath. This is going straight on my 'to buy' list! x

Kim (A Very Sweet Blog) said...

I love bath stuff!!! I've never heard of this, but it sounds really good. Will definitely look into it and thanks for including the video. If Simon like its!!! HAHAHAHA YES, try pineapple juice in amaretto. It's SO GOOD!
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limesandsmiles said...

I LOVE Weleda, especially the citrus ones! I have the showergel thing. I plan on doing a post of all my Weleda oils, bodylotions and shower stuff one of these days:) Ixx have a nice weekend!

Megha Sarin said...

WOW! Lovely! This looks amazing <3

love
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Eimear Mc Keown said...

Oh lovely, thank you! x

Olafe said...

Very interesting post, I must try this product myself. Thank you for sharing!

sheridan said...

This is good to know. I have tried everything from Burt’s Bees but way to oily. I’ve tried every product too at Wholefoods almost. I do the at home facial with the Riiviva Microdermabrasion tool for my acne scarring and it’s terrific. It is here at http://www.riiviva.com.
Do you have any recommendations as to what avenue to take for moisture without all the oily residue that happens when I use oils. Thanks