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The miserable weather has us itching to go home and get as cosy as possible. All we want to do is unwind with a good book and a glass of wine.

The freezing cold has also left our hair in an unruly state so a pamper night is well and truly on the cards.

We’re talking bubble bath, face masks, hair masks- the works.

One thing that is going to make bath time even more enjoyable is a bath tray and you can soon get your hands on one in Aldi for an absolute bargain.

Treat yourself to stylish interiors updates and indulgent home comforts this winter with a range of beautiful Specialbuys, on sale in 139 Aldi stores nationwide from Thursday, November 21.

The Bath Tray is on sale for a mere €12.99 and features slots for tealight, wine glass, iPad/Kindle tablet and a book. 

You can choose from extendable Bamboo Bath Tray with a bookstand or a solid Pinewood Bath Tray. 

What more could you ask for?

As well as the bath tray, Aldi are selling homeware delights that are bound to make your house feel super snug this winter.

Hotel Collection Extra Large Candles €9.99
Easel Photo Frame €5.99
Luxury Bedding from €24.99

The above products are available in 139 Aldi stores nationwide from Thursday, November 21.

For more information, see www.aldi.ie


Nothing is more relaxing than a warm bath, with a glorious scented bath bomb. 

Now, we all know that LUSH offers a wide range of amazing products, but if you fancy making your own custom bath bombs, you're in the right place. 

They are so easy to make, but do require some strange ingredients…

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What you’ll need:

1 cup baking soda

1/2 cup corn starch

1/2 cup Epsom salts

Essential oil (any scent you like!)

1/2 cup citric acid

Bath bomb moulds

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What you'll do:

Using two large bowls, combine all of the dry ingredients (like the salt, citric acid and corn starch) in one, and all of the wet ingredients (like the oil and food colouring) in the other.

Mix the wet ingredients into the dry ones really slowly, so you don't activate the bath bomb (that would be chaos).

After you mix the wet and dry ingredients, the combination should kind of feel like wet sand. 

Put the mixture into one of your little moulds, and freeze for an hour.

After the freezing, we suggest letting the bomb sit for at least a day until it's totally dry, before dropping it into the bath.

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Sit back, relax, and enjoy your bath! 

Pure bliss!