Kneipp Holiday Gift Sets!

 I just pour half of the little bottle  into my bath and let the herbal therapy go to work. I am amazed how well each herbal remedy works. My favorites are the muscle therapyafter a tough workout, and the Eucalyptus when I am fighting congestion. 

The two Kneipp sets come great boxed and ready to give. Surprise someone special on your list with one of these amazing herbal bath sets. 

 

Kneipp Holiday Gift Sets.

Help everyone on your list (including yourself) keep their bodies and minds in check with Kneipp’s holiday gift sets Zen with 10 and Revive with 5. Each set includes miniature versions of the brand’s effective herbal and aroma baths to soothe and resolve common holiday issues including stress, achy muscles, sinus problems, dry skin and fatigue.

Zen with 10
Eucalyptus Cold & Flu – Relieves a runny nose, sinus congestion and allergies
Juniper Muscle Soother – Works to improve circulation and soothe muscle tension
Lavender Balancing – Helps combat fatigue and brings about peace of mind
Melissa Stress Relief – Relaxes and calms feelings of stress, anxiety and nervousness
Rosemary Awakening Vitality – Invigorates and energizes with improved circulation
Valerian & Hops – Soothes and calms for a more restful night’s sleep
Pure Bliss – Promotes a feeling of well-being and relaxation
Arnica Joint & Muscle Rescue – Works to relieve achy muscles and tight joints
Warm Embrace – Ginger and Cardamom relax the mind and promote a feeling of warmth
Sensual Seduction – Deeply relaxes while boosting confidence with Jasmine

Revive with 5
NEW Stress Free – Calms and eases stress with tangerine and orange essential oils
NEW Enjoy Life – Uplifts and encourages with a fresh citrus scent
NEW Soft Skin Almond Blossom – Rejuvenates and nourishes dry or irritated skin
Lavender Balancing – Helps combat fatigue and brings about peace of mind
Pure Bliss – Promotes a feeling of well-being and relaxation


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