Bath, Bath Melts & Oils

Cloak Of Invisibility Bath Oil

When I’m looking for a product to accompany me into my bath, I rarely ever give the range of bath oils a chance. I’ve used a few in my time, but apart from my indisputable favourite Furze, none of them really spark joy to me. I love bath bombs and bubble bars because of the element of fun, something I kinda feel the bath oils lack. Nevertheless, I opted for one I hadn’t tried before for my bath tonight, mostly because it smells similar to one of my favourite perfumes. I chose Cloak Of Invisibility.

The idea behind this one is that it’s meant to make you feel invisible from all your worries, so you can have a relaxing bath in peace, and with a strong scent of Jasmine, Ylang Ylang and Rosewood, it allows you to have just that.

With the first two scent ingredients being Jasmine and Ylang Ylang, Cloak Of Invisibility is very similar to the heady scent of Lust Perfume. If you don’t know the perfume, Lust is mainly about the sexy and intoxicating scent of the Jasmine mixed with sweet and floral Ylang Ylang. In this bath oil, it’s somewhat subdued, perhaps dampened by the surrounding butters, and the addition of the Rosewood adds a resinous note that distinctly differs it from Lust. It’s much more subtle and floral, so if you prefer that side to the perfume then this might be a nice option for you.

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As a bath oil, it’s designed to melt in your warm bath water, imbuing it with the moisturising and hydrating benefits of the butters and oils that they’re made from. Cloak Of Invisibility is one of the more solid bath oils in the range and is predominately Cocoa Butter, with smaller amounts of Shea Butter, Coconut Oil and Almond Oil too. Almond Oil is a wonder ingredient, as it’s packed with vitamin E with nourishes and deeply conditions the skin.

Once I had popped mine in the bath, it unfortunately sank to the bottom where it sat, slowly softening in the water. They’re usually known to float and I’m gutted not to get any better photos of my own, so I stole this one below from Lush!

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Bath oils take around ten minutes to fully melt and once this one had, it gave the water a slight orange hint that was moderately filled with glistening golden lustre. I was pleased to realise that the scent was staying with me throughout my soak, helping me relax and sink in to my meditative bath. Once I was out, my skin was gorgeously moisturised, yet not oily, and the scent remained in a subtler version on my skin for a good while after!

Check out this bath oil for yourself here over at Lush UK!

Ingredients

Fair Trade Organic Cocoa Butter, Sodium Bicarbonate, Laureth 4, Cream Of Tartar, Perfume, Organic Shea Butter, Jasmine Absolute, Rosewood Oil, Ylang Ylang Oil, Extra Virgin Coconut Oil, Almond Oil, Titanium Dioxide, Synthetic Fluorphlogopite, Tin Oxide, Benzyl Benzoate, Benzyl Cinnamate, Cinnamal, Linalool, Colour 15510, Colour 14700, Colour 77491

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