Adding Essential Oils To Your Bath Or Shower
Who doesn't love the idea of soaking in a warm bath or enjoying a nice hot shower after a long day?
What if you could amplify this experience by adding some simple ingredients to the bottom of your bath or shower? Truth be told, it is easier than you think.
For starters, Epsom salts are believed to be an excellent addition to wellness support.* I have found that when soaking in Epsom salt diluted with warm water, both my muscles and my mind are able to finally relax!
Besides Epsom salts, essential oils can provide either a relaxing or uplifting experience to your bath or shower depending on what oils you use.
Best Ways To Essential Oils In The Tub
For years I believed the only way that you could use the essential oils was placed directly into a bathtub of water. It was only later that I realized that you can add them to the foot of your shower and allow the steam to diffuse the aroma of the oils.
I love including uplifting oils in the morning with Lemon, Peppermint, or Eucalyptus essential oil. At night, I enjoy Lavender or Peace & Calming in my bath salts during my shower. Here are my personal favorites for adding to a bath or shower:
For times when I need INCREASED relaxation, soothing, and calming are needed, I use...
Quick Tips for Bath and Shower Safety
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The Oil Sister
My name is Missy and I am the owner of Essentially Well LLC and the primary author of "The Oil Sister". Challenging myself to learn about natural health and wellness has been a life-changing experience for me. I want to share what I have learned with YOU!
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