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The Sweetest Bath in All The Land.

There is nothing I love more than a long hot bath. In London I only have a shower, so when I visit my parents house I turn the taps on and bring out the beauty goodies. I tend to have a little stash of things that I've purchased throughout the year, and this soak was filled with sweet treats!

The Lush Honey Bee Bath Bomb - £3.35 is permanently in my bath stash. As soon as you pop this into the bath the wonder trio of honey, aloe vera, and rhassoul mud turn the water to silk. I can feel my skin soaking up the moisture and sure enough when I lift my arm it's smoother than it's been in months. And the sweet scent lingered on my skin for a few hours, simply heavenly. 

The Body Shop Honeymania Body Scrub - £13.00 is probably one of the best exfoliators I have ever tired. The fine and compact formula lifts away dead skin with such ease and leaves behind beautifully smooth skin. The scent is incredibly sweet but doesn't cling to the skin for too long, so don't worry about it affecting your perfume.

The Emma Hardie Moringa Cleansing Balm - £36.00 has only just made it into my beauty collection but already I'm singing it's praises. I find that after the hot bath has filled the bathroom with steam, I take a small amount of this balm and massage this into my skin. Instantly I can smell the sweet almond oil with a slight citrus undertone. It's so relaxing that I could skip the bath all together, but who can resist? After soaking a flannel in hot water I hold it over my face to open the pours and remove any traces of makeup. Once I'm out of the bath I repeat this for a cheeky double cleanse, your skin will love it!

The Cheesecake Crunch Flamingo Candle - £12.00 is the sweetest piece of all. This incredible candle is a mixture of brown sugar, cinnamon, nutmeg, cocoa, maple, walnut, citrus and caramel. If you have a seriously sweet tooth then this is definitely for you. With a burn time of around 50 hours for the classic size you'll be able to immerse yourself all year round.

Of course a good magazine is essential and Elle's December issue is packed with feminism articles and interviews. With Emma Watson gracing the front cover beware of extreme hair envy, I've already booked my new year appointment! 

What are your bath favourites? Do you have any 'sweet treat' beauty favourites?

Gem. x