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The Bath Caddy That Completely Changed My Self-Care Game

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Every time I post a photo of my bathroom setup, which isn't infrequently, I get at least five DMs, comments, or texts asking me where I found my bathtub caddy ($40, bedbathandbeyond.com). It's easily one of my favorite items in my bathroom (and that's saying a lot for a beauty editor).

Here's why: The chic teak wood design makes me feel like I've transported from my Brooklyn apartment to some zen spa, and it's a practical way to hold all my bathtime essentials. (Related: How to Make Your Bubble Bath the *Most* Relaxing)

 
 
 
 

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

Ted Bundy and chill? Marie Kondo and chill? 2019 has taken a turn.

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I'd venture to say it's actually changed my bathtime experience. In the past, I'd climb in ready for some serious self-care time and instantly become bored right around the five-minute mark. Thanks to this caddy, it's become a full-on bath party, complete with booze and entertainment—and I can keep my hands free to go about my hair-washing business without fear of ruining my book or electronics. (Just don't bring anything into the water while plugged in, please!) 

Another perk: The arms are expandable so it can rest across almost any size bathtub—a very good thing since I plan to bring this with me to all future apartments. 

Bottom line: If you enjoy taking baths or want to become a bath person (there are some legit health benefits, BTW), this bath caddy is a must. It will instantly up both your bathroom aesthetic *and* your self-care game—just add in some eucalyptus and some of these bath products for the full spa experience. 

 
 
 
 

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

Mondays are for soulcycle and self-care

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It's also way more affordable than it looks: The retail price is $40, but with BB&B 20 percent off coupon (you know you have at least three in your junk drawer right now), I snagged it for just over $30. A small price to pay for a truly blissed-out self-care experience. (BTW, if bathtubs and bubbles have nothing to do with your version of self-care—more power to ya—this woman totally understands.)

Buy it: Haven Teak Bathtub Caddy, $40, bedbathandbeyond.com 

 

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