We are getting to that time of the year when we all crave a little sunshine and dare I say it adventure.
One of my favourite things about packing has to be purchasing miniature products as they say good things come in small packages and giving you a taste of luxury while you travel is Aromatherapy Associates The Weekender. A new and beautifully designed (just look at the zipper) wash bag complete with four generously sized but flight regulated sized bath and body treats.
At £24 I do actually think the Aromatherapy Associates The Weekender is well priced considering that you get a full sized wipe clean and let's be frank stunning aquatic toned wash bag as well as four 40ml products which would easily be more than enough for a full week of use. As most will know Aromatherapy Associates are a fairly luxury brand so this little collection is a lovely way to trial a few new products without splashing too much cash.
Inside the Aromatherapy Associates The Weekender you will find: Revive Body Gel (40ml), Renewing Rose Body Wash (40ml), Renewing Rose Body Cream (40ml) and De-Stress Muscle Gel (40ml). Some of the items are pretty self explanatory but the Revive Body Gel both softens and soothes the skin as well as cooling down the skin making it a great after sun or general treat for tired bodies. The De-Stress Muscle Gel is your best friend after a long haul flight as the cooling gel eases the aches and pains of worn out legs and feet - I imagine this would be a wonderful treat for those who's job entails being on their feet all day or as a rub down after the gym. It goes without saying all four products smell phenomenal and are an utter joy to use.
You can find the Aromatherapy Associates The Weekender here for £24.
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