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Amy's Favorite Bath and Body Products
By Amy Tocchet



Bliss Lemon Peel
is my favorite pre-bath product. This is a body-smoothing exfoliating cream that actually works! This product does a fabulous job of softening your skin and keeping your skin firm. It also improves the color of skin (my skin has the tendency of looking deathly-pale in certain areas).

This is a great product to use on the neck and chest area. You also give your arms a nice workout because you have to scrub your skin vigorously for at least 5 minutes to achieve optimal results (my arms are always exhausted when I'm done!). Bliss Lemon Peel retails for $25 for an 8.5 fl oz. bottle and can be purchased online at BlissWorld.com.

My all-time favorite bath product is Vitabath Plus Gelee for Dry Skin. I discovered Vitabath last year by mistake and it has been my best find yet. Not only is this the perfect product for a bubbly bubble bath (this product produces the most bubbles I've ever seen), it also leaves your skin soft and hydrated.

Every other bath gel I’ve used leaves my skin dry. This product does the opposite. When I get out of my Vitabath bubble bath, my skin is so hydrated that I can skip the body lotion. It’s that good. You can buy Vitabath online. A 10.5oz bottle retails for $16.99 (thankfully, this bottle lasts a long time because only a small amount is needed for each bath).

Philosophy’s Cookbook
is my all-time favorite FUN bathtime product. I can seriously entertain myself in the tub for an hour with the Cookbook – and I have, time and time again! The Cookbook is a set of eight 2oz bottles of yummy smelling body washes (which also can be used as shampoo and conditioner).

The goods (in order of most scrumptious) include cinnamon buns, pumpkin pie, blueberry muffins, raspberry frozen yogurt, orange sherbet, caramel popcorn, banana nut bread, and chocolate chip cookies. I have spent lots of bath time coming up with the most scrumptious combinations – so far, the cinnamon raspberry combo reigns supreme but the caramel pumpkin with a dash of blueberry combo is a very close second.

The Cookbook also makes a GREAT birthday gift. I always have an extra Cookbook handy in case I don’t have time to get a birthday present for a friend. The Cookbook is $25 and can be purchased online at Philosophy.com



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