The Ritual of Namaste | The best collection from Rituals yet?
Rituals is a brand I have loved for some time now. The brand screams luxury and the unique fragrances they come up with smell absolutely divine!
Rituals recently launched their new Namaste range and I have to say I am impressed from everything from the packaging down to the formulas.
Disclaimer: these products were gifted to me, but all opinions are honest and my own.
First, lets talk packaging!
As always, the packing of the products feels and looks super luxe. I am particularly obsessed with the marble jar!
With matte gold lids and smooth creamy bottles, these are definitely products you’d expect to see in a high end spa.
I have always loved Rituals body products, but I haven’t used much of their face products before. I really like this exfoliator as its really gentle and fine, but still gets the job done!
The fragrance isn’t too strong, which I like for facial skincare as I find heavily fragranced products can sometimes irritate my face.
This lotion smells and feels amazing!
Not only is the marble packaging stunning but the products inside makes your skin feel nourished and utterly pampered!
The fragrance of this lotion is very relaxing, so I love using this at night time after a bath to wind down before going to sleep.
I really like the cleansing oils from Rituals!
Before I tried them, I hadn’t used a cleansing oil before as I couldn’t grasp how it would work. But these oils lather into a creamy cleanser and leave your skin feeling super soft!
After using these my body is utterly spoilt and I’m not sure I can go back to normal body wash now.
So, I wanted to keep this post short and sweet.
These products really do speak for themselves. One look at them and you know exactly what kind of a treat you are in for!
These are perfect for a relaxing Sunday pamper session, or if you like to spoil yourself on the daily they are great for that too!
Rituals never fail to impress me with their products and I can’t wait to see what they come out with next!
Until next time…