The World's Most Expensive Bath tops $50,000
The Four Seasons Maui
And we thought bathing in Evian was expensive. ME! Bath, creators of the luxurious Ice Cream Bath bombs have searched the world far and wide to find the rarest and most expensive ingredients to plunge into your bathwater, creating the world's Most Expensive Bath.
If you're not one to blink an eye at blowing the cost of a year's college tuition on a day in the bathtub, you can choose to take your bath at home or at spas and resorts including The Ritz Carlton Aspen Highland, The Four Seasons Maui, and The Beverly Wilshire.
So just what has ME! concocted to justify such a high price tag?
A signature scent with notes of Lotus Flower and Sycamore Wood mirrors the legendary flora of the Nile Garden. Sidr Honey, which costs $200/oz is harvested twice a year in the Hadramaut Mountains of the Southwestern Arabian Peninsula. It's known for its high antioxidant and detoxing properties. Add to that other skin nourishing, and expensive, ingredients including Peruvian Pink Salt, Illipe Butter, Murumuru Butter, 100% Certified Organic Israeli Jojoba Oil, and Kokum Butter, for the ultimate spa experience.
And the water itself is sourced from 15,000 year old polar ice cap glaciers, blended with Deep Hawaiian Seawater, found 3,000 feet below sea level. Try that on for size, Evian.
Now top that off with some 24-karat gold, known for making skin truly glow. If the irony of literally bathing in money doesn't phase you, it's time to pick up the phone and book.
And the shining light in all of this is there may be a tax write-off for you. A "large portion" of proceeds of the Most Expensive Bath will benefit Water for People, which provides clean water in developing nations.
To start booking, visit TheMostExpensiveBath.com. Prices start at $50,000.