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Product Spotlight: Bringing Back the Bath

September 28, 2012 | 6:43 AM

Bath time is for big kids now! Add to your retail dollars with new products designed for relaxing soaks in the tub. First, say aloha to Ola Hawaii’s relaxing Bath Soaks. Each soak uses natural island ingredients including healing herbs, fruit, flowers, cane sugar, clay and deep-sea salts. The best part: they’re housed in a polished coconut husk with coconut scoop included. Then there’s BaSIX and Beyond’s agoodnightkiss Organic Tub Tea Blend Sachets, vegan and certified organic, using a variety of herbs, extracts, antioxidants, vitamins and botanicals. They are available in six blends, including Passionflower, New York City Chai, Cilantro Apple and Lavender Herb. Each promises to relieve stress, relax sore muscles, nurture skin and aid in sleeping.


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