It's been a long stressful day at the office, school or perhaps at home and you're in need of relaxation, where does your mind wonder?
Imagine turquoise waves lapping up the soft exfoliating sandy beaches and the wind gently breathing against your sun kissed skin. You enter the lagoon and begin swimming with an array of dainty tropical crustaceans and multicoloured fishes. Your mind has reached the summit of serenity and you come down to earth and realise you're in your own bathtub.
Today I was kindly sent a few products from the 'Calming and Relaxing' range of the Jainnisa brand.
The calming and relaxing range are enthused with exotic oils and extracts deriving from Thailands natural plants and marine ingredients. Having suffered from a a migraine all day, I couldn't wait to sit back in my bath and experiment with these products.
Firstly, I would like to draw your attention to the back of the package. As well as displaying all the necessary safety instructions for the use of these products, the Jainnisa range does not test on animals. Having been a vegetarian for almost eight years and loving every second of it, it's lovely to see a product range with the sentence we all long to hear embellished neatly where everyone can see it.
Sumptuous Bath Elixir 200ml - £25.00
The Sumptuous bath elixir has extracts of Blue Lotus and frangipani, Ylang Ylang, Tuberose, Mimosa and jasmine oils. The product promises a luxurious bathing experience that will calm and revive you and I am happy to report that it did exactly as it says.
As a child, I loved bubble baths that changed the colour of the water and as I've grown older, I've discovered bath bombs that do the same.A little goes a long way with this beautiful product, simply add one to two teaspoons of this product into your bath and watch it transform into the colour of Indian Ocean. The turquoise waters will transport you to paradise and you can breath in the exotic fragrances as you relax into your dream environment.
Jainnisa Gently Exfoliating Body Polish 300ml - £19.50
The Elixir gave us the beautiful sea coloured bath and now the exfoliating polish gives us the luxurious sandy texture to our Thai paradise. Filled with exfoliating Bamboo granulates and essential oils of Jasmine, Tuberose, Ylang Ylang and White Champaca, the exfoliating body polish feels fabulous against your skin. The oils give us a luxurious tropic scent and the bamboo granulates grazed against your body help buff your skin to holiday perfection. After using this product, I was surprised how soft and revived my skin felt. I found the fragrance really relaxing, however at first it quite strong, but settled nicely once applied to my skin. With 300ml of this product and a beautiful pump on the top to gently dispense, I can guarantee it will last quite a long time.
All Day Soothing Hand Balm 100ml - £14.95
The Jainnisa 'All Day Soothing Hand Balm' has extracts of Orange flower, Coco and Shea butters, all working together to make your hands soft and revived. The essential oils of Frangipani, White Champaca and Ylang Ylang make this product smell divine. So far, I have only used a small amount of this product, but it has already worked and made my hands feel visibly softer. One thing I loved about this product is the fact that it moisturisers your hands without leaving them feeling greasy or overloaded, the product simply seeps into your skin leaving a nice and refreshing feeling. Playing guitar is one of my biggest passions in life, so unfortunately I cannot use too much hand cream as it will soften my fingers easily and make playing quite sore, but I will happily risk that every once in a while, because I'm in love with this feminine, exotic scent.
Being a traditional girly girl, I love products that look pretty, deliver to a high standard and smell fantastic. The Jainnisa brand definitely delivers to a high standard, smells fantastic and it's also reasonably priced. A little goes a very long way and I know that is the motto for many products, but with these, it's definitely true. I could see myself using more from this range in the future and for once, I'm struggling to see a negative side to latch my opinion on. Overall opinion? Beautiful and great on a budget...oh and they go with my bathroom colour scheme!
What do you think? Have you tried these products?