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You've had a full month to come to terms with your New Year's resolutions: work out more, drink less, relax more. Just in case you've fallen off the wagon, we've rounded up 8 bath products that can help you with that last one, at least. These products—from salts to bubbles to oils—will help you chill out, if nothing else. And if you decide to skip the gym in favor of a soak in the tub, or bring a glass of wine in there with you, hey, at least you're accomplishing one of your goals. 1.Philosophy Shampoo, Shower Gel, and Bubble Bath 3-in-1
You can have your mimosa and soak in it too. Plus, this multitasking product works whether you want to pour it in the bath or dump it on your head.
2. Dr. Hauschka Sage Skin Care Bath
If you pulled a muscle working out or are just tired from shlepping your too-big purse all day, this sage-scented bath oil is just the thing for you. Bonus: it also helps get rid of skin redness.
3. Lush Creamy Candy Bubble Bar
Lush's bubble bars do double duty, giving you a sweet scent and a lot of bubbly goodness at the same time. The creamy candy scent is fun but won't make you smell like a giant cupcake.
4.Fresh Rice Sake Bubble Bath
In ancient Japan, wealthy women scented their baths with actual fruit. Since you can't do that, this gorgeous-smelling bubble bath is the next best thing.
5. L'Occitane Lavender Bath Salts
If gels aren't your thing, these bath salts are a great alternative. If you've ever wondered what luxury would smell like in salt form, you'll find out.
6. Deep Steep Honeydew and Spearmint Bubble Bath
Your bubble bath can be as green as your recycling bin with this vegan, chemical-free mix. The honeydew balances out the spearmint, so your bath won't smell too much like toothpaste.
7. True Blue Spa Effervescent Foot Soak
If you're too busy for a full on bath (or you live in a tiny apartment that only has a shower), you can still indulge in some R&R with this foot soak.
8.Bliss Supracore Stimulite Bath Mitt
If mere water is no match for your dried-out January skin, you might need to call in the reinforcements, specifically this bath mitt.
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