Abahna Bath Salts & Purely Natural Moisturiser

Abahna Bath Salts
Abahna Sleep Aromatherapy Bath Salts (400g £12)

At some point towards end of last year Abahna kindly sent me Bath Salts from their Sleep Collection. It suddenly dawned on me that I had not featured them on my blog (shame on me!). You have probably figured out from all my body wash reviews that I prefer showers to baths. I think this stems from having eczema. I must have been highly flammable as a kid from all the petroleum bath oils I had to soak in, bathing was not something I enjoyed.

If you enjoy using therapeutic Dead Sea bath salts, then this Abahna product has your name written all over it. The aroma is beautiful and comes from lavender, neroli and clary sage. This is a natural brand with clean ingredients. Whilst I would not buy bath salts for myself, as with all Abahna products the packaging is gorgeous and makes a perfect gift. Thinking ahead to Mother's Day, I can tell you my Mum loved the Abahna gift I brought her last year. I recommend you go and browse their website.
Purely Natural Moisturiser
Purely Natural 0 Tolerance Moisturiser (50ml £6.95)

You may remember last year I reviewed the Eczema Cleanser from Purely Natural. It was not my favourite product to use but I appreciated the 100% natural ingredients policy of the company. My Dr Organic cream had run out so I used it as an excuse to see what else I could try. I ended up on the Purely Natural site and chose to purchase the 0 (zero) tolerance moisturiser. Simple ingredients and budget friendly pricing was the attraction.

I was slightly disappoint when it arrived as I describe it as a soft balm or ointment. I was looking for a traditional face cream like Dr Organic. Despite the initial disappointment I decided to put this to use as a night cream. You need the smallest amount so it is very economical. My skin absorbs with ease after a couple of minutes. As an eczema sufferer my skin lacks natural oils so that is why I rarely find balms greasy or heavy. I do think this is a good product and I'd recommend it to those of you who have dry and sensitive skin type. 

Have you tried any products from Abahna or Purely Natural?

Sarah x

Disclaimer - bath salts are PR sample, moisturiser purchased with my money, links are not affiliated