What we think of: Olverum Bath Oil

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Every Tuesday, we will be reviewing our top product of the week and today, I am beyond excited to talk about a product, that I have been testing for the last month.

You may have heard of Olverum Bath Oil, but have you tried it?

When I first heard about Olverum, it was in an email to me, to find out more about the brand. I always receiving product review emails, but something stood out about Olverum. It could have been the history of the brand and the packaging, but I was excited to give it a go. 

Now that I have indulged and gladly so, I honestly, would not use another bath oil. Though, you’ve probably heard that a million times, from product reviews, once you’ve felt the difference and inhaled the essential oils, you will be slipping under your bed sheets, with ease.

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Olverum essential oil blend ingredients:

  • Lavandin
  • Lime
  • Eucalyptus
  • Lavender
  • Juniper
  • Geranium
  • Rosemary
  • Lemon Peel
  • Siberian Fir Needle
  • Exotic Verbena

That’s 10 incredible oils, beautifully blended and balanced in one bath. My routine using this bath oil had been set to once every Friday evening for four weeks. When using the oil, I turned on the bath, poured a cap full of the oil in (use sparingly) and let the bath fill up to my desired height. Straight away, you can smell the Eucalyptus Oil and the Rosemary, which is so lovely to kick-off the end of a busy week. The scent continued to rise with the steam from my bath, minus the typical oily feeling, from most bath oils. I was left feeling relaxed, smooth and ready for a good night’s sleep.

I would truly recommend Olverum to anyone who has trouble sleeping, aching muscles, (so great after a week in the gym) or if you’d just like a good pamper session at home. All the elements of a good spa bath, at home, in a tiny, yet powerful bottle. Absolutely worth it! I have continued use of Olverum, but now more than once a week - I love it!

Olverum retails for £29 (125ml – enough for 25 baths) and £53 (250ml – enough for 50 baths). 

 

Emily CorleyComment