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Infusion Aromatherapy Bath Essentials

For the complete line of Infusion products,
go to Infusion’s website at:


Phone: 905-826-0838

Frances Loudas and her daughter are the force behind Infusion Aromatherapy Bath Essentials. Infusion is a small, home-based Canadian company in Ontario.  The company’s beginnings grew from the love of giving.   Frances and her daughter always enjoyed making hand-crafted gifts for family and friends.  They started out making the bath salts first.  The salts were so popular that friends and family were requesting other bath and aromatherapy products.   As the demand increased, their company was born.

Each Infusion product is natural and environmentally friendly.  All the products are made with essential oils extracted from flowers and plants.  No perfumes or artificial fragrances are used.   Frances and her daughter also grow their own plants and flowers, dry them, and add them to some of their products. They added some deep red rose petals to the Cloud Nine Bath Salts shown above.

Here are some products we picked out for this time of year, and to pamper and delight your body and spirit:

Purely Peppermint Foot Soak.

Just the thing for tired, aching feet. A lot of Infusion’s customers swear by the Peppermint Foot Soak for sore, swollen, water retention-ed feet.  It’s rejuvenating, stimulating and cooling.  Your feet will thank you!  Infusion has colored this one pink -- it’s like a peppermint candy cane for your feet.  It is best to have your foot soak before bedtime.

Peppermint Foot Lotion.

After your Peppermint Foot Soak, complete your foot indulgence by massaging some Peppermint Foot Lotion on your feet.  Feel the tingle; inhale the delectable scent. Top off with a nice soft pair of white cotton socks, and off to bed and sweet dreams.  Your feet will feel like silk.

Morning Glory Bath Salts.

This clean, fresh scent is an excellent way to jump start your day.  Morning Glory has an uplifting, invigorating and cheery essence that will leave you feeling refreshed.  Its sunny yellow color enhances the happy energy mood.

Mandarin Madness Bath Salts.

Teens and college age kids love the smell of mandarin, and Infusion’s mandarin product line is enormously popular.  It smells like heaven, mandarin heaven. The bath salts give you a gentle uplifting feeling.  By the time you finish your bath, you will be calm and stress-free.

Mandarin Madness Lotion.

100% natural, Infusion moisturizing lotions will not irritate the skin.  Best applied after experiencing an Infusion Bath Essential (either salts, milk baths, or bath oils). We’ve gone mandarin on this one, too.

Mandarin Madness Body Wash.

When there isn’t time to enjoy a long soak in the tub, try an Infusion body wash.  It has lots of suds, and won’t leave a soapy film on your skin.  Again, mandarin rules.

Mandarin Milk Bath.

Infusion’s milk baths are created with oatmeal, powdered milk and unscented skin softening oils. Excellent for dry skin, and best of all, it won’t leave a ring around your tub!  Perfect for the soon to come cold weather to moisturize your skin.  We couldn’t resist the mandarin flavor here either.

Cloud Nine Bath Salts (seen at the top of the page).  When you are feeling a little down, this combination will bring joy and happiness into your life.  Your spirit and mood will be uplifted.  You will feel fresh and stimulated.

Soul Support Bath Salts.

This combination is very refreshing, and will soothe aching muscles.  Your mental and emotional tension will fade away, enabling you to get a restful night’s sleep.  Soul Support is the bath salt to use if you feel a cold coming on.  The soft color of lavender is used for its calming effect.

Infusion’s products are excellent, lusciously scented, and wonderfully effective.  Infusion is also a very special company because of the people behind it.  The loving care that goes into each hand made product is a reflection of the loving, kind people, Frances and her daughter, who create them.

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