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Royal Codes Bath Soak

$ 53.00


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12oz bag/340g


Zero-waste bath salts

Experience the ultimate luxury in ancient beauty traditions with our mineral-rich bath soak, designed to relieve tension, relax muscles, unwind deep tissues, and detox toxins, all while leaving your skin irresistibly soft, flawlessly smooth, and beautifully toned.

"There isn't much a good bath can't fix. My entire life, I've sought solace in bathing. There is truth to soaking all your worries away and visually watching them go down the drain. That's why I wanted to create the most soothing and healing bath soak yet. From the aroma to the way it makes my joints, skin, and mind feel, it has become one of the pillars in my holistic toolbox, and I'm elated to be able to share it with you." - Jesse Golden, TGS Founder & CEO


Immerse yourself and soak all your worries away with our sensorial sacred blend, carefully crafted with the soul-soothing aroma of Ylang Ylang and the rejuvenating scent of rose. Enhanced with the infusion of MSM, Ancient Zechstein Magnesium, and the nourishing properties of coconut milk. As this luxurious blend envelops you it lavishes your skin and synergistically nurtures and nourishes every cell within your body. Embracing the perfect union of indulgence, serenity, and holistic well-being.

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Royal Codes Bath Soak

$ 53.00


  • What if I don’t have a bath? Can I still use it?

    Yes, absolutely! Royal Codes Bath Soak makes an incredible foot soak. The feet are an incredible way to absorb all the minerals in our soak because the skin is more porous and the feet have a high concentration of blood vessels, which facilitates absorption. It is a great way to soothe your feet and reap the benefits all over.

  • What makes it zero waste?

    Our Bath Soak, along with all of our products, is considered zero waste due to its design, production methods, and commitment to minimizing waste throughout its entire life cycle.

    Here's how we achieve zero waste:

    • Minimal Packaging: Our Bath Soak is packaged in recyclable bags and includes a wooden spoon that can be repurposed.
    • Resource Efficiency: Our manufacturing processes prioritize the efficient use of resources, energy, and water, resulting in minimal waste generation. Additionally, our manufacturing facility operates on 100% solar power.
    • Sustainable Sourcing: We source all of our raw materials sustainably, considering factors such as environmental impact, social responsibility, and ethical labor practices.
  • Is it pregnancy safe?

    There are no ingredients that are considered unsafe, but as always, if you have any concerns or specific medical conditions, it's best to consult with a healthcare professional. It’s also important to be mindful not to take baths that are too hot while pregnant. Here's an overview of each ingredient:

    • Magnesium Chloride: Generally safe for topical use during pregnancy.
    • Methylsulfonylmethane (OptiMSMâ„¢): Generally considered safe for topical use during pregnancy.
    • Sodium Bicarbonate (Baking Soda): Generally safe for topical use, but some individuals may be sensitive to it.
    • Diatomaceous Earth: Generally recognized as safe for topical use.
    • Maltodextrin: Generally considered safe for topical use.
    • Cocos Nucifera Fruit Powder (Coconut Fruit Powder): Generally safe for topical use during pregnancy.
    • Sodium Starch Octenylsuccinate (Modified Food Starch): Generally considered safe for topical use.
    • Caprylic/Capric Triglyceride: Generally considered safe for topical use during pregnancy.
    • Cananga Odorata (Ylang Ylang) Flower Oil: Ylang ylang oil is generally considered safe for topical use in moderation during pregnancy.
    • Rosa Damascena (Rose) Flower Extract: Generally considered safe for topical use during pregnancy, but some sources suggest avoiding it during the first trimester.

    There's only 0.15% essential oils in our formulation. We also share two incredible blog posts on pregnancy HERE and HERE.