Page Thirty Three Makes "Giant Tea Bags for the Bath"

By: Laura McQuarrie - Dec 16, 2016
References: pagethirtythree & urbanoutfitters
Out of Australia, Page Thirty Three creates a range of products and objects for the home that are described to "synthesise popular culture, ancient ritual, sculptural aesthetic and modern art through the prism of utility"—as exemplified by its line of bath treatments.

The Milk Bath, Green Tea, Deep Sea and Riverstone 'Bath Brew' products are branded as "giant tea bags for the bath" that are meant to be steeped for a relaxing soak instead of being consumed by the cup. True to their name, the bags are packaged like oversized tea sachets, complete with a string and a tag for easy removal from the tub.

The bath treatments are enriched with a range of local and organic ingredients, including relaxing lavender, detoxifying tea tree, seaweed and nourishing goat's milk. As well as being beneficial for the skin, many of the botanical ingredients used are powerfully aromatic and soothing to the system.