Monday, January 12

Jo Malone Lime Basil and Mandarin Bath Oil

Jo Malone is up there with, in my opinion, the best of luxury brands, but for some reason, I only ever seem to link them with colognes and candles, as opposed to their extensive range of bath and body products. 

I've been a fan of Jo Malone for quite a while now, and fortunately, I've started to build up quite a collection of fragrances, which although I do try to save "for best", the temptation on a daily basis is sometimes just too much.

Lime Basil & Mandarin* is one of my personal favourites and I tend to have a 30ml bottle on me on most occasions at the moment. I can't get enough of Citrus anything, but Lime Basil and Mandarin is the perfect combination of notes and so it's no surprise that it's one of Jo Malone's signature and most popular fragrances.

Since becoming a mum, bath time has become even more of an luxury for me and so I'm so grateful that I've recently been introduced to Jo Malone's Bath Oils. 

 Lime Basil and Mandarin combined with Sweet Almond, Joboba Seed and Avocado Oils makes this product a dream and I genuinely desperately look forward to my bath times, where a dash of this under a running tap creates the most stunning of aromas throughout the air whilst also hydrating and softening my skin beautifully.

Available in three sizes; 30ml £17, 200ml £54 and 250ml £40, this is the ultimate treat and whether you've tried Jo Malone before or if you're new to the brand, if you are after a special treat, I can't recommend picking up this bath oil enough. 




  1. Love Jo Malone - Joe bought me the English Pear and Fuchsia oil for Christmas as it's my favourite cologne, it's heavenly. If you haven't already give the NEOM bath oils a go, they have a slight edge on JM for me and the smell just fills the entire house! xax

  2. Great post,
    I would like to try this out!!


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