Dona bath salts by System JO - review by Eva Schwaltz

Salt Up the Bath

Add a splash of scent to your baths with these bath salts from Dona. They come in a variety of scents so maybe pick up a couple of different ones because unfortunately a jar doesn’t last very long.
Variety of scents, light scent in bath, dissolves quickly
Small jar, some allergy concerns
Rating by reviewer:
extremely useful review


Use these like any other bath salts; just a couple of scoops are enough for giving off a light scent for a relaxing experience. They dissolve pretty quickly and the scents disperse, making it much lighter. I have a little sea shell I got from another set of bath salts that I use for scooping out a couple of scoop fulls. Each scoop is about a table spoon, so I have gone through 9 fl.oz salts fairly quickly. From a single jar, I have gotten about 8 or 9 baths.

Some people may be sensitive to the ingredients in here. They are as follows: Sodium Chloride, Magnesium Sulfate, Silica, Maltodextrin, Sodium Hyaluronate, Beta Glucan, Panthenol, Hydrolyzed Vegetable Protein, Allantoin, Aloe Barbadensis, Vitis Vinifera (Grape) Oil, Laminaria Digitata (Algae) Extract, Euterpe Oleracea (Açaí) Fruit Powder, and Fragrance.

Texture / Consistency / Thickness / Viscosity

The salts are a lot larger than what I was expecting. They are about the same consistency as rock salt. Most other bath salts I have used were more like sand, but even though these are larger, they dissolve very well. The sandy ones tend to get everywhere if you accidentally spill some, but these are much easier to scoop and control.

Taste / Aroma

I chose the Acai scent, but you can also get Mangosteen, Blue lotus, Pomegranate, Camu camu, and Goji berry. These are said to be infused with aphrodisiacs. I don’t know if that’s true, but if you do, it’s probably from the bath itself. The Acai is very sweet and strong, especially if you smell it right from the jar, but once placed in the bath, the smell is a lot lighter. The scent lingers for the entire bath.


These really didn’t have any effect on my skin, but I use other products to smooth and soften my skin. I really didn’t like how sweet the scent was, so next time I’ll try one that hopefully isn’t as bad. I was pleased I didn’t experience any kind of skin reactions after using these salts.

The jars are small, considering the other options out there. However, if you aren’t too pleased with the scent, then it’s really no loss. There’s nothing sexual about this product, so you could give it as a gift. Plus, you can reuse the jar after you are done with the salts.
Follow-up commentary
These salts were wonderful and a pleasure to add to my baths. The Acai scent is way too sweet. The pomegranate is so much better and so lovely. I only wish they came in a larger jar.
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    Thanks for the review
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