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In With Vitabath

January 10, 2011

By Meghan Walsh, In With Skin Magazine

Plus for Dry SkinI am particular when it comes to what I wash with. For starters, I have extra sensitive and dry skin. I need something that is going to nourish but not irritate. Secondly, soap is what gives each of us our signature scent. It’s the smell your ex will always remember you by and what you leave behind after cuddling with a new fling. I like mine to be clean, subtly sweet with a hint of musk and not overpowering. That is why new bath products don’t make it into my shower very often. But I think I found one that might join the handful of scrutinized shower gels that have earned a permanent place on the shelf.

Vitabath’s Plus line for dry skin includes a moisturizing bath and shower gelee, which smells as good as it feels. I was a little skeptical at first, because the musk is a bit overwhelming when it comes out of the bottle. After soaking into the skin, though, the white musk mellowed allowing the floral jasmine and violet undertones to come through.

Enriched with Vitamins A, B and E, and wheat germ, the formula creates a thick, bubbly lather leaving skin feeling instantly softer. According to the Vitabath website, their gelee’s have nearly twice the essential ingredients and half the water as their closest competitors. For extra moisturizing in the bath, squeeze some product under running water before hopping in the tub.

In With Skin Magazine

Meghan Walsh is on a mission to create and celebrate beauty in all walks of like. But, she knows firsthand from her own battles with temperamental skin, it’s impossible to see the incredible colors of the world until we recognize our own. That is why this fitness junkie, music addict and spiritual devotee is committed to following a zealous inner and outer beauty regimen.

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Stop Dry Winter Skin in its Flaky Tracks!

January 3, 2011
By Guest Blogger, Bailey Vincent Clark, Makeover Mamma

Beauty Breadown of the Week: Vitabath Skincare Products

When was the last time you used a gelee? What about an exfoliating sugar scrub? If you’re lacking on the gelee in your life, you’re going to love hearing about my brand crush (yes, I have a crush on them): Vitabath. I’m from a family of women who soak up lotion faster than you can say “dry elbows”. They apply creams and ointments to their hands, arms and legs like it’s going out of style, but unfortunately, motherhood has other ideas. Nothing is more drying and damaging to hands or cuticles than constant dish washing, bubble bath giving and gardening.Salma Hayek and Nicole Richie's skin is exposed to all kinds of temperatures

Since the women in my family are always battling dry skin and hands, I surprised them with Vitabath goodies for the holidays (it’s like pure gold around these parts). Items like the Plus For Dry Skin set make perfect gifts (including the Exfoliating Sugar Scrub and Moisturizing Gelee). But even if the holidays are now over, there is no reason not to satisfy your New Year’s resolutions with these hydrating, healthy-skin tips….Plus for Dry Skin

More Tips For Healing Dry, Winter Skin:

  • Cut Down The Water: There is no way you can avoid showering or washing the dishes forever, by try to keep your skin’s exposure to extremely hot water at a minimum. If you do love a scalding bath now and again, make sure you apply a super hydrating body oil immediately after you’re done, and add a thick, emollient lotion to skin while it’s still damp.
  • Scrub To Smooth: Exfoliating dry and flaky skin might seem counterproductive, but it actually helps give you a “fresh start” from the cold winter air. Use a gentle exfoliant before bed (preferably mixed with a moisturizing oil), and follow up a super thick ointment or lotion (something with a texture similar to Vaseline can work wonders). So what if you’re sticky and shiny? You’ll be smooth and sleek in the morning.

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Here comes Keltie, Canada!

December 6, 2010

Make sure you watch the latest installment of Keltie’s book tour.  She made a stop in Edmonton for a book reading and a radio interview.  To see the interview, visit!


Keltie’s Book Tour Takes on Chi Town

December 2, 2010
By Tracy Cox, Vitabath Staff Writer

Check out the latest installment of Keltie Colleen’s Vitabath sponsored book tour to promote her book, Rockettes, Rockstars and Rockbottom in Chicago!



Skincare and Holiday Traveling

November 30, 2010
By Tracy Cox, Vitabath Staff Writer

The holidays bring merriment, good food, family and love.  But they also bring two slightly less savory aspects: holiday traveling and holiday skincare.  The good news is Vitabath serves as a practical solution to both!

With the chilly air and frosty snowfall comes itchy, red skin that dries out easily.  Vitabath is here to replace lost moisture to the skin and facilitate the healing process.  Starting in the shower, with our moisturizing Bath and Shower Gelee or Gelee Soap, and ending with our Moisturizing Lotion and 20% Shea Butter Hand Crème, Vitabath is here to keep the winter off your skin.  This is especially helpful when you’re traveling to a different location and aren’t sure how your skin will react to a new environment.  It’s good to keep the product you already know you love, and know will Spa Travel Setsupplement your skin, with you when you go.

That’s where the Vitabath Travel Set comes in so handy!  The bottles in our travel set are small enough not only to fit comfortably inside your luggage, but they’re also small enough to take on a plane!  So you know that when you go traveling this holiday season, that you can bring the comfort of your favorite brand to ensure the comfort of your only skin.

For more traveling skin care tips, take a look at the advice of a skin specialist, Leslie Baumann, M.D.


Keltie on Tour

November 17, 2010

Check out this video of Keltie Colleen on her Vitabath sponsored book tour to promote her book, Rockettes, Rockstars, and Rockbottom.



Your Mom Used Vitabath for a Reason

October 5, 2010
By Tracy Cox, Vitabath Staff Writer

When I go into my kitchen to wash dishes, I use the same soap my mom used.  When I wash my clothes, I use the same detergentVintage Dish Soap my mom used.  And when I get in the shower in the morning, I clean up with the same product my mom used…Vitabath!

Why is this?  It isn’t that I’m not capable of trying new products; I just know to trust what my mom has been using for years.  I do this for one reason:  in all of my mom’s years of experience, she’s learned to only use the best.  She knows that the best is Vitabath.

1950's MomMy mom has taught me to steer clear of trendy fad products and stick to the ones with a reliable history.  She knows that Vitabath has been around for over 50 years and she trusts it because she knows that what’s inside the bottle is quality, not fad.

The original creators of Vitabath were European skin care specialists who were seeking out an alternative to traditional alkaline soaps that were notorious for being harsh and drying to the skin.  They blended the finest vitamins and botanical extracts that nature had to offer, creating the original Gelée formula.  Over the years, that formula has only improved with the help of modern science, which is why Vitabath is one of the top premium bath and body products on the market.Vintage Vitabath

Vitabath is an antioxidant rich blend of 23 essential ingredients including Vitamins A, B3, B5, C and E.  This mix was designed to “supplement the skin” rather than dry it out.  Other products may smell nice, but Vitabath is good for the skin, in addition to its wonderful assortment of bold fragrances.

I know my mom would never steer me wrong.  I trust her on what I use to clean my clothes- I definitely trust her about what goes on my skin!  So take your mom’s advice (or mine!) and try Vitabath.  You’ll feel the difference as soon as you do!

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