In addition to the benefits of adequate personal hygiene, bathing is also, for many people (me!) a sacred ritual. There's just nothing more soothing after a big day or during a bad cold. Nothing.
Bathtime, for me, is something very glamorous. To be naked and bent over in a tub with a clearly visible post-baby belly, a little less. Let's face it, it's not the most flattering position for anyone, however comfortable your bathtub may be.
I imagine that's the reason why there are products that we add to tap water, which completely or partially cover those little folds we’d like to hide. Leaving you feeling like a queen, covered in a veil of milk or a beautiful creamy foam, without worrying about our wrinkled knees or our slightly asymmetric breasts.
Now that that's said, what are the differences between these two products?
Well known since our childhood, this product that is poured into tap water magically creates a generous foam. Among other things, it allows you to make iconic beards or funny wigs. The older ones use it mainly for its soothing feeling and its bewitching fragrance. Ours is formulated with plant-based foaming agents that are gentle on everyone’s skin, even toddlers.
Although its popularity is more recent, this product is just as good! The milky powder dissolves in tap water to turn it into an extra-hydrating milky liquid. A miracle cure for those who have skin that cracks and tears (especially when seasons change). In addition to getting out of the tub with your skin beautifully hydrated, our bath milk is lightly scented, leaving a soft smell on your skin.
I also have to admit that I can't get over maternity photoshoots using bath soak.
Both of these products are awesome, each in their own way and we offer them in our 9 classic fragrances. My favorites? Pineapple + Cilantro makes me feel like I’m vacationing down south while fig + cypress reminds me that we are in Quebec and that despite the parade of snowplows in our streets, we are lucky to have winters and that there is nothing more beautiful than a snowy tree!