Currently loving: Radox Limited Edition African Sanctuary Bath Therapy

Very bizarre, but I’m loving baths at the moment – despite it being mid-Summer. I can put this down to the horrendous weather we are having – it feels pretty much like winter.

Apologies for the generic picture. 
Figured it looks a bit better than a half empty bottle of bubble bath…

Anyway, last week I popped into the Superdrug store on Charing Cross Road to try and find Epsom salts (still not managed to find them in store anywhere – so ordering online) and instead picked up a couple of bath products. I came away with a bottle of Radox LE African Sanctuary Bath Therapy (the brown one on the left).

It smells AMAZING, the main thing I pick up is green tea – I love this scent – creates loads of bubbles and is generally lovely. Plus it only cost £1.50ish – bargain.

I also picked up a box of bath salts for the boyfriend – he does quite a bit of sport and tends to complain of aching muscles so I thought the muscle therapy bath salts (also from Radox) would be good for him. He seems to like them, but was a little confused by the thought of putting salt into the bath…

The salts also cost around £1.50 – love a bargain.

On the same trip I also got some of those exfoliating gloves – I have had a few pairs of these before and it’s tough to find something that does a better (or cheaper) job of exfoliating.

**The Small Print**

All bought by ME!



  1. August 14, 2010 / 7:36 am

    I *think* I saw Epsom salt in Boots next to Bond Street station… check it out when you’re around 🙂

    I have the brown shower gel, the smell is just amazing! Love it. Picked it up at Sainsbury’s when it was on offer for 1 quid. That’s lots and lots of showers for practically no money 😉

  2. August 14, 2010 / 8:37 am

    Ooh, thank you. I have no idea why Epsom salt is so hard to find!? I’m sure it used to be easier!

    I may have to pick up the shower gel – love the smell so much!

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