Lucid Living Co.
CIRCE "The Sorceress" Coconut Milk Bath
Circe is scented with real juniper berries and sage, a plant of purification and good health and a witch's favored tool. Ancient tradition holds that to hang a sprig of juniper in your home will drive away evil, brushing a bundle down the body will remove illness and adding a drop of the oil to a steaming water bowl will bring a healing hand to the sick room.
Hidden inside of this bag holds a Green Agate crystal,which helps you to cleanse and purify your body as well as your environment.
The Sorceress, Circe, daughter of the sun and divine witch of Aiaia, is known for her terrifying powers of transformation. The popular and ancient legend of Circe revolves around her ability to reveal the true animal identity in each man that she fools and changes. Defaming her abusers as lowly, muddy creatures has sketched Circe herself as an aggressive woman and trickster magician, as history would like us to believe. She is however not credited highly for tutoring the warrior Odysseus in the sacred knowledge of the underworld and prophesying his fate—-without Circe, it is doubtful that the great wanderer would have made it home, even in Homer’s version of the tale. Although she can shift shape at will, Circe is Helios’ child, and lives with the sun in her eyes. If you happen upon the sorceress in the form of either maiden or crone, her eyes will betray her true nature.
Open the bag and pour the magic directly under running hot water. Sit back and relax while the bubbles arise. Watch the colors blend together and swish the water around to see CIRCE's full effect!
• Net Wt. 5 oz small bag (1-2 baths)
• Net Wt. 12 oz large bag (3-4 baths)
**All of our products contain herbs and essential oils. Please consult a physician before use if you are pregnant, breastfeeding, or suffering from a health condition.**
Sodium Bicarbonate, Organic Citric Acid, Coconut Milk Powder (contains zero milk protein = 100% Vegan), Kaolin Clay, Sodium Lauryl Sulfoacetate, Fragrance (Phthalate Free), Propylene Glycol, Fluorphogopite, and Mica