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Scrub Your Troubles Away With These Fine Fresh Bath Products

Author: Robert Smith
by Robert Smith
Posted: Jul 31, 2015
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It’s been a long day. You’ve just come home after hours stuck in a cubicle or standing on your feet in a service position, working in vast agricultural fields or braving the cement and smog of our modern-day cityscape.

Chances are you’re going to want something nice and soothing to help your frazzled nerves, and fresh bath products can do just that. In recent years there has been a massive boom in both interest in and the production of all-natural and organic materials. This boom has extended into a variety of markets, and can include a variety of items you may not otherwise consider to be "organic." Shea butter, for example, is commonly seen as a luxury item, but is nevertheless technically an all-natural, "organic" product.

Here are just a few more examples of some fine fresh bath products that can help you scrub your troubles away at the end of the day.

Organic Soaps

There’s no substitute for feeling fresh and clean, and nothing provides that special soothing feeling quite like organic soaps. One of the most enticing aspects of these products is the fact that they come in a variety of pleasing scents. If you’re not a fan of that usually soapy smell fresh out of the tub, you might want to consider bathing with an organic soap as offered by sites such as They’re not only all-natural, but leave you smelling fresh for the rest of the day.

What’s more, organic soaps can be an absolute boon to those with skin conditions or otherwise have fair or sensitive skin. If you live in the sunny reaches of, say, Southern California, then you know the damaging (and potentially aging) effects of the sun all too well. Organic soaps can help keep your skin looking smooth and spotless. You can purchase a wide variety of soaps, each with a unique composition and scent, some of the most popular being:

  • Sandal Wood Soap
  • Flower Rose Soap
  • Ginseng
  • Citrus Aloe
  • Cocoa Butter
  • Orange Peel
  • Avocado
  • Olive Oil

Part of the allure of organic soap—and really any kind of fresh bath product—is the unique intersection of their being exotic and in demand. Do you like to keep up with the latest trends in interior design and bathroom décor? Organic soaps are all the rage. Just as enticing, they’re relatively inexpensive, meaning you can keep your bathroom looking sleek, chic and smelling fresh with any of those aforementioned all-natural soaps. What’s more, all-natural bath products are considered to be "alternative" in style, meaning that if you don’t care for bourgeois tastes but instead prefer something holistic and not quite so corporate-seeming, you might well find these luxuriously fresh bath products alluring as well.

Bath Salts

If you’re looking to add a scintillating touch of class to your bathing routine, bath salts might be just the thing. Whereas organic soaps are generally solid and can occupy an ornamental position in your bathtub, bath salts are generally dissolved into the water.

In terms of fresh bath products, bath salts are definitely among the most luxurious, in part because it perfumes the water itself. Bathing in perfumed water is a long, storied, and has decidedly regal history. Everyone from the Tudor dynasty in England to the French aristocracy at Versailles partook in perfumed baths. Why not pamper yourself with a primrose scented bath and revel like the royalty of ages old?

After all, there are more benefits to bath salts than simply wallowing in aromatic bath water. Bath salts can also soften the water and, when used I conjunction with the other fresh bath products on this list, can even help to soften your skin!

Juliet famously declares that "A rose by any other name would smell as sweet," and who was Shakespeare’s greatest patron but the fair-skinned Queen Elizabeth I herself? With aromatic bath salts, you can spend your day smelling like a rose and feeling like a queen.

Cleaning Agents

Tissues and cleaning agents may not sound like the most exciting of fresh bath products, but they’re absolutely vital to your daily hygiene routine. After all, what’s the point of scrubbing with flower rose organic soap and bathing in softened, sweetly scented water if your tub is grimy, slimy, and reeking of mold? Cleaning agents are an absolute must for any bathroom, but if you’re going for an all-natural vibe, you may find yourself hesitating at the idea of having the whole room smelling of chemicals. While that "chemical smell" is probably the worst thing that will come from using cleaning agents, and the most fundamental elements of existence may be described in terms of "chemicals" and their reactions, you might still want prettier, more luxurious scent—and that’s where these fresh bath products come in.

Sure, a soy toilet scrubbing agent containing Soybean Oil Extract and Grapefruit Seed Extract may seem laughable, and going all that way for a "beautiful" toilet bowl. The same goes for a bathroom spray that utilizes. Lavender Oils to give your bathroom an herbal scent. Still, if you want to fully immerse yourself in the kind of pampered, all-natural living only fresh bath products can provide, cleaning agents are the perfect way to top off a lovely décor.

To Conclude …

There is no small irony in the fact that so much effort is expended on prettying up the one room in one’s house that’s sure to include "unmentionable" business day in and day out. That said, however, organic bathroom products can be extremely soothing. There’s just nothing like getting in a warm bath at the end of a hard day, feeling the water run over your ragged body and slowly sink into the tub—it’s rejuvenating, restorative, and it’s an experience worth having and, yes, worth enhancing. Softer water, lovely aromas, an atmosphere of pampered perfection worthy of royalty—don’t you deserve that every once in a while? Fresh bath products allow you to do just that.

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