On cold evenings, after a hard struggle home through the sleet and slush, there is nothing more inviting than a hot bath. Add some luxurious products and it becomes really hard to get out of that warm, sweetly scented tub.

Whether you choose frothy bubbles, salty crystals, or silky oils, bath products serve to cleanse, hydrate, and rejuvenate.  There are also fun soaps and bouncy bombs to enliven your splash time. Plus, don’t forget to slather on luscious creams and lotions when you finally emerge.

Oil of Today

Burt’s Bee’s Lemon & Vitamin E Bath & Body Oil leaves skin feeling smooth, with no greasy residue. Very hydrating, with a lemony fresh scent. $8

Bomb It

Lush Bath Bombs come in a huge variety of designs and scents. From the multilayered Dragon’s Egg, to the moisturizing Butterball, to mimosa-jasmine scented Sakura, these fizzy bath bubblers truly are the bomb! $5-$9


Lush Bubble Bars bring your bath alive with fragrant essential oils and non-stop effervescence. Try Blue Skies and Fluffy White Clouds with patchouli and frankincense, Milky Bath with cocoa butter or A French Kiss with lavender and rosemary. $8-$12 bubbling

Bath & Body Works Aromatherapy Luxury Bath Lavender Chamomile has a lavender and vanilla scent that is slightly sweet but not overpowering. Creamy and moisturizing, it is also calming and perfect right before bed. $17

L’Occitane Lavender Foaming Bath has a subtle lavender fragrance that can bring on the same blissful feelings you get after a day at the spa. Especially pleasing if you are experiencing winter’s aches and pains. $38.

Lotion Potions

Lush Hand and Body Lotion Karma Kream takes you on an exotic journey with it distinctive orange and patchouli fragrance. Slather on this luscious balm to keep skin radiant and moist. $30

Modern Apothecary Apple Cider & Lavender Hand & Body Cream is made in small batches with therapeutic essential oils, avocado oil and shea butter. Light, yet deeply hydrating, this Canadian product soothes super dry areas such as elbows, knees and feet.  $24

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Maureen LittleJohn

Maureen Littlejohn is Culture Magazin’s executive editor. She is a Canadian award-winning journalist who has practiced her craft around the world including in the United States, Africa and Vietnam. Currently based in Toronto, she has a keen eye for detail and has a deep appreciation for the “East Meets West” approach of Culture Magazin. Travel is her passion and she is happy to be able to share her adventures on a regular basis with the magazine’s readers.