Our Matcha Bath Soak is not your traditional bath salt or bomb. We created this soothing and nourishing mixture to reinvigorate your entire body and is packed with over a dozen powerful ingredients that is very soothing to your skin.
This formula was inspired from the experience of an ayurvedic spa. Its set to elevate your mind to an exalted state while detoxing your skin, exfoliating dead skin cells, penetrating deep into your skin to replenish you with ideal levels of moisture.
At the same time it works on reducing inflammation and building up your immunity from its anti-inflammatory & anti-bacterial properties. Besides treating your skin to perfection it also helps sooth muscle sores and deep tissue.
Certified Organic Ingredients Are In Bold
Even though all of our ingredients are not certified organic they are only of organic standards and practices
Ingredients: Himalayan Pink Sea Salt, Jojoba Oil, French Green Clay, Sodium Hyaluronate, Matcha Tea Powder, CBG + CBD, Sodium Bicarbonate, Lemongrass Oil, Eucalyptus Oil, Patchouli Oil, Peppermint Oil, Grape Fruit Oil, Lemon Oil, Bergamont Oil
Skin Soak Uses:
- Bath Soak- For best results, fill bathtub with hot water and then pour the either half the package or entire contents of pouch for intense treatment. It is suggested to soak in tub for 25 minutes.
- Hand soak- Take 1-2 TBS of the mixure and 1 ½-2 cups of hot water per hand and mix together in bowl and soak for 15 minutes then we suggest to use pomace stone, trim & file nails.
- Intense Foot soak- Use 1/3 of the pouch in hot water preferably a foot basin.
Truly Natural. Vegan. Cruelty-Free. Planted To Earth products are truly natural, vegan, organic and cruelty-free. They are made without any fillers or synthetic ingredients. Including dyes, fragrances, and/or preservatives.
Our Sustainability Core Values. As an ultra-clean, plant-based brand, we strive to make our products as earth friendly as possible including how we source our ingredients, supply chain efficiency, packaging and every aspect to be gentle on the planet as well as our bodies. Always trying to reduce our carbon footprint further, we are looking into ways to be 100% plastic free from our packaging by 2025.