Some Bison Bath Salts Upclose
Thursday February 17, 2011
Mmmm I love my iPhone you guys, ^_^ these photos are so much better than the poopy Blackberry ones I used to use when talking about bath salts :deco3: :bath:I always used my phone because I had it on me at all times. at alllllllll times.
I’ve said this a million times before, but Bison bath salts are my favorite sweat-bath (germanium) type brand bath salt! Hot pepper, ginger, and epsom salt combined with carbon dioxide create a sweat-inducing and water-crackling bath experience! :celebrate: Like adding pop rocks to your bath water! :deco5: There are currently 7 types of Bison Germanium Baths. I’ll talk about 3 here!
Celeb style of the bath salt! Sweet candy rose smell. Clear soft pink colored bath water called champagne pink. :deco2: There’s a “thickening agent” that turns the hot water muddy/slimy causing a heat-up effect like mud! :suki:This is the really effective part of this brand and type of sweat bath. Has a rose hip extract and collagen for moisturizing effects too. If you’re going to try one this one is the whole package for a princess experience! Pretty water, lovely scent, moisturizing effect and still effective sweat bath for cleansing out the pours!
Better translated as “Muddy Squash Soda” I think. This is one of the original types. Scent is like a clear soda, like cider or ramune and I know “squash soda” is sometimes popular in the summer there. Like a cucumber soda, sorta smells fresh like that! VERY SWEET smelling. Bath water becomes milky white. Also becomes thick in texture. Super effective and a refreshing scent. :deco4:
7 Hot Spices
Very strong yet mild yuzu scent! :deco4: Love it. Also a “muddy” type (thickening) with clear orange colored bath water. Super effective! The scent is one of my favorites!!! :deco8: I love yuzu scent though, this is almost like a ginger yuzu sort of scent. It’s one of my favorites from the brand and it seems slightly more effective too with all the extra hot spices like pepper and orange.
Yes, I feel they work for me. And I’ve always loved baths. It’s suggested to spend at least 15~30 minutes in the bath with these salts for good effectiveness. DRINK PLENTY OF WATER! :deco9: I always have a big cup of cold ice water or tea when taking these baths.
It’s always good to rinse your tub after using these salts that have the thickening ingredient. I don’t ever do it though. :deco13: It doesn’t stain the tub. I just use “Scrubbing Bubbles” foaming spray once a week to get rid of any soap scum build up. Works like a charm & my tub’s always spotless. :ok: :deco11:
Where can you buy it? There are a few places online but most recently I bought a bunch in December from iMomoko.com and was REALLY happy with price and shipping speed! Plus they included the original display boxes since I bought so many, hahaha!! ^_^
Put in everything I had leftover from my Japan trip plus what I bought in December. :deco6:
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