As we’re sure you know, when it comes to tub time- at Bathorium, we take it seriously. We believe that when you are soaking in your zen zone it should be the bath product you choose for the water like one of our 15 varieties of bath bombs, the setting that envelops you, the libation you sip, and finally the extra beauty add ons that make tub time so rejuvenating.
With so many DIY recipes out there for face masks it’s hard to see what truly is beneficial for your skin, and what ones simply make a mess. Well, we have tried and tested and chose our top 5 to share with our beloved bathers.
Mash or puree the avocado until it’s smooth and creamy. Blend in the rest of the ingredients. Apply to your face, avoiding your eyes, and leave it on for 10-15 minutes. Wipe your skin clean with a damp, warm cloth, or simply shower at the end of your bath!
Puree the papaya in a food processor or blender until just mashed evenly, and then blend in the other ingredients by hand. Spread over your face, rubbing gently in a circular motion to exfoliate- avoiding your eyes, and let it sit for 10-15 minutes. Wipe or rinse your face completely. Pat to dry.
Suited for sensitive skin types
Blend all of the ingredients together, spread evenly over skin, and allow it to sit for about 10-20 minutes. Caffein in this mask tightens skin and removes excess oil from surface.
Suited for burnt skin, Rosacea or uneven pigment skin
Blend the first 4 ingredients in a bowl, and add 3 tablespoons hot, strong tea to the mixture. Stir regularly for a few minutes, adding tea as needed until you’ve created a thick paste. Apply it to your face and let sit for 10-15 minutes, then wipe clean gently with a damp cloth. Rinse with cool-to-warm water, but do not use soap, and pat dry gently. We applied this to our arms, chest and shoulders while tub soaking- silky soft skin!
Suited for Oily skin types
Blend all ingredients together, apply liberally to face and neck area. Leave mask on for 15-20 minutes then rinse. Pat to dry.
Post your Bathorium DIY masks to instagram with the hashtag #bringbackthebath. We want to see your beautiful faces!
Baths are great places to relax and unwind. So too are films. While baths aren’t always prominent in movies, there are some rather memorable scenes that have been filmed in bathtubs over the years.
In this post we combine the two and look at our top 5 bath scenes in film.