Wiccy Magic Muscles
It’s time to put the spring back in your step. Feel alive with a warming blend of peppermint and cinnamon essential oils to boost circulation and have you feeling as good as new. Smooth out tension and say goodbye to aches and pains, as Fair Trade cocoa butter softens the skin, bringing life back to an overworked body. Extra virgin coconut and organic jojoba oils sink into the skin, whilst aduki beans work away stubborn knots. Get ready to loosen up and take the weight off your shoulders.
How to use:
This solid, naked massage bar has two different sides to it. Glide the smooth side all over the body to nourish the skin. The shea and Fair Trade cocoa butters inside make it super for moisturising. Then, turn it over and rub the knobbly aduki bean side over particularly stubborn knots to help loosen stiff, achy muscles.
Melt warning: this product is made with ingredients that allow it to soften around body temperature. During hot spells, it may melt. If you have any concerns please contact Customer Care.
About 10 months ago
It. Just. Works. Wiccy smells like a really spicy chai latte = yes. The aduki beans stimulate and feel good = yess. The formula melts when you need it to but doesn't make a mess in your drawer = yesss. Your muscles genuinely benefit from it = yessss. Can I get an amen? Bonus points for witchy name.
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About 3 years ago
I dislocated my knee a few months back and since then my entire legs are so tight and sore. I massage them every night with this bar and omg it helps that much. Theres not much of a hot sensation more of a nice relaxed one then anything. I massage my legs for like 10 mins and feel a massive difference after massaging for a few minutes, becomes less tight!!! I love it!
About 3 months ago
I have dealt with back pain for 4 years and I wanted an alternative to medication. My boyfriend brought me this and I have been using it for over a year. It’s incredible. Highly recommend for anybody dealing with pain.
2 days ago
About 2 days ago
Okay, I really really wanted to like this. I'm an athletic guy and love working out and lifting weights. Have been doing it for years, but wanted something to help reduce muscle pains. After consulting the LUSH subreddit and having many people say this is exactly what I needed, I eagerly bought it. It arrived, and it didn't exactly smell like I thought it would, to me it smelled like tomato sauce, which is not the cinnamon/peppermint I was told it would be. It didn't work either. The area I spread it on would get warm, but after that, the pain was still very much there.Read More
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