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Our rubber ducky days may be long behind us, but that doesn’t mean we don’t value bath time any less. With the help of BORGHESE’s decadent mineral blend, we regularly turn our tub into a relaxing spa soak. Rich in natural salts and botanical oils, this therapeutic treatment relieves stress and muscle tension and gives us an excuse to flip through the latest US Weekly.
I live in the city and only have a stand-up shower so in general I don't use products like this. Maybe I'll do a foot-soak or find a friend who has the time-space for it. It's a great idea but just not for me.2
I don't take baths, so gave this away to my sister. She liked it.2
I did not think this product did much for me other than make my small bathroom overly fragrant and the water in my small bathtub overly blue. Perhaps repeated uses would change my opinion, but for now, it's a pass on this one.2
Other than turning my water blue, I don't think it helped that much in muscle relaxation and I am a big proponent of baths and soaks to aide in recovery/2
Nice enough, but bath soak products just don't appeal to me, I don't think they really improve the bath, so I'm always fairly unenthusiastic about them, and don't really see a difference between products.2
Good for people who like bath soaks, but not for me. I wasn't crazy about the smell but it did make me feel like I was at a spa. Didn't notice a difference in my skin after use.2
Not that great smelling, not that great of effects on my skin.2
I'm usually hesitant to try any bath products because of my sensitive skin. Reluctantly, I tried this product. I did not like it. I found it made my skin itchy after bathing with it.1
Just another bath soak. Honestly, I didnt notice a difference in my skin or really anything after using this in my bath.1
This product was just ok in my opinion. I didn't see any difference in this bath soak versus others.1