So excited to partner with Kneipp for their #KneippGrows campaign! This is an amazing effort you guys and I am happy to be a small part of it by spreading the word.
I have been using Kneipp products like crazy lately… they are sooo good. Especially the bath salts. I have always been a bit bath obsessed… but especially now being pregnant, the bath is my sanctuary. HA! And I found the best products. Kneipp is natural, free of silicon, paraffins, mineral oils and most of the products are vegan. Aaaand they smell amazing!!! The lavender bath salts have been my go-to at night.
Right now is an awesome time to get in on the goodness because Kneipp will be donating a portion of sales of the Kneipp Soft In Seconds Hand Cream to Action Against Hunger Efforts, an international relief and development organization committed to saving the lives of malnourished children and families while providing sustainable access to safe water and long-term solutions to hunger by providing seed + tool kits to communities in need. Such an amazing mission that I am happy to get behind.
I’ve linked a few of my favorite products from the “What’s in Bloom” collection below each photo. 🙂
Lavender Mineral Bath Salt — Arnica Joint and Muscle Bath Oil
A little bit about Kneipp:
Kneipp is a holistic bath and body company with history going back 125 years! It is founded by Sebastian Kneipp who cured himself of tuberculosis in the 1850’s. Kneipp’s identification of the Five Pillars: Water, Plants, Exercise, Nutrition and Balance for living a truly holistic lifestyle remains the core of the Kneipp brand. They have continued to combine the benefits of science and nature to product healthy, luxurious, natural formulas that nourish, beautify, and rejuvenate the skin, body and senses.
Orange Blossom and Jojoba Shower Foam — May Chang and Lemon Body Wash — Almond Blossom Body Lotion
Devil’s Claw Mineral Bath Salt — Arnica Mineral Bath Salt — Lavender Mineral Bath Salt — Red Poppy and Hemp Mineral Bath Salt
Don’t we all deserve a little relaxation and pampering? I think so… 🙂