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What you need to know about Follain’s dreamy new bath collection


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Yes, it’s exciting when a celeb launches their own beauty line (especially when it comes from Rihanna herself). But when a beauty boutique comes out with one? You know it’s legit (take CAP Beauty‘s own selection of mists, matchas, and CBD oil, for instance). After all, they’re constantly reviewing, slathering, and testing a whole slew of products to know what to stock on their own shelves.

Beginning tomorrow, New England-based clean beauty chainlet Follain—run by skin-care guru Tara Foley—is also releasing its first-ever capsule collection that will be available in stores and online. It includes four dreamy bath products produced in conjunction with four separate natural brands: Follain x Farmaesthetics Dream Bath Elixir ($45), Follain x Organic Bath Co. Moroccan Rose Body Butter ($38), Follain x Rica Body White Clay and Pink Rose Milk Bath ($19), and Follain x Osea Lavender Bath Salts ($26).

“I asked them if they could make a bath elixir that made you fall asleep—like a lullaby in a bottle.”

“It felt like a really natural move [to collaborate on a collection with other brands,]” Foley says. “The Farmaesthetics product was really the catalyst, because we saw that their dreaming oil and green bath elixir were two of our top sellers. So I asked them if they could make a bath elixir that made you fall asleep—like a lullaby in a bottle.”

The collection is call for women to pause and find inner peace while performing an external beauty ritual.”Women today are so overwhelmed, and we’re noticing that baths are quite frankly the only moment they can take to themselves,” says Foley. “These products are really meant to encourage more self-care time.” We can all draw a bath to that.

For a dreamy setting to use these in, here are 9 essentials that’ll turn your bathroom into a Kate Moss-inspired sanctuary or you could also turn your bath into a detoxifying sweat sesh—here’s how

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