5 Under $50: Chic Bath Accessories


I count bubble baths among the top magical things that can change my mood and really help me de-stress at a moment’s notice.  In my opinion, the more luxurious the bath feels, the stronger its regenerative properties.  The chilly and damp weather always has me craving bubble baths this time of year.  This week I’ve brought you some of the chicest bath accessories under fifty dollars!

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  1. Kendra says:

    Oh no! 4 out of 5 of the items are no longer available. Baths are my jam so I was super excited to check these out.

    • Hi Kendra! I would try clicking on the images again– I just tried all the links and all the items are showing up as available!


  2. Greg Fillmore says:


    That was a very good post Eva, about baths during these colder: fall and winter time months of the year. Over the past year or so, I have begun taking more baths (before I was consistently a showering kind of guy, I still shower but not nearly as much). I take more baths now, thanks to some natural medicine, that my soul sister Susana turned me onto.
    I am a man who has women friends (I wish more guys out there would grow up, and make platonic friendships with women a priority, you are missing out on much growth guys, if the woman is involved with a man, have a trusted girlfriend of hers come along, just saying, human community matters, and it is healthy when done properly, same with the women too, if involved, bring a trusted girlfriend, not rocket science enforcing boundaries), Susana is taking a break from being a RN, it was Sept of 2014, and she told me “Adam try some essential oils to help with your sinusitis. This book The Complete Book of Essential Oils And Aromatherapy is REALLY helpful. Buy a copy and let me know what you think.” By late October, which was six weeks or so into that experiment, my wise woman friend was right, certain mixtures of oils do work with specific ailments.
    The Rahua conditioner Eva recommends with this post has Lavender and Eucalyptus oils.
    On page 20 of the book I mentioned in the previous full paragraph, on page 20 the author Valerie Ann Worwood shares about Lavender oil that it “is a natural antibiotic, antiseptic, antidepressant, sedative, and detoxifer….”
    For me I have moderate scoliosis (curvature of the spine), which tightens my bodies muscles, which leads to cellulite (still water) build up in my lymph nodes.
    One of my favorite essential oil baths for anticellulite is 6 drop of: Oregano, as well Lemon per bath.
    For me 45 minutes to one hour is a reasonable essential oil bath, but on the weekends sometimes I watch a favorite film or listen to music.
    Due to my cellulite with the back curvature, usually my 35 year old body, feels like I am of age to collect my next social security check. 😉
    Thanks to those fine oils, one hour and I go BACK IN TIME!
    To quote Huey Lewis in the song of the same name “Here we gooo, I don’t mind, why don’t you take me back in time!” 
    With the Eucalyptus with Lavender oils in the Rahua organic conditioner, you will see that some of these essential oils, will be able to improve the cleanliness, as well as the health, of your hair.
    Thanks Eva for sharing about this particular organic conditioner, sometimes what we need are some oils from nature, to help areas of our human bodies to heal.
    Have a good day.
    Greg Fillmore