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How to Create an Aromatherapy Bath

 


This is something that comes up a lot! We all know that oil and water don’t mix. So what is the proper way to create a relaxing bath with essential oils? Let’s take a closer look at how you can get the essential oils safely in your tub and reap all the wonderful benefits they have to offer!

Plant Therapy Aromatherapy Bath DIY

First let’s talk about the different types of bath you might choose to take. By using epsom salt, you can create a gentle detox effect for your body. This is useful during an illness or simply to help flush the system. Secondly, you might want to take a bath to soothe dry or irritated skin. Perhaps you have dry skin or a rash, using a skin soothing bath is a great choice. Finally, maybe you’re looking to add some extra  moisture to your skin. By adding a small amount of carrier oil to your bath, you can achieve smooth, moisturized skin.  *Update: Always dilute your essential oils in either a carrier oil or a liquid soap.

Are you looking for a relaxing bath or to gently detox your body?

This is the recipe for you!

Choose any combination of the above salts, measure out 2 cups total and place in medium glass bowl. Add your choice of essential oils from the recipes below or your own mix & stir well to combine. When adding a stock blend, you want to use approximately 6 drops per 1/2 cup bath salts.

Store in lidded jar. Make 2 baths.

Dry, irritated or red skin? Try this soothing bath for a full body pampering.

  • 1/2 c full fat cream or milk combined with any properly diluted recipe below to create a soothing bath for your skin! Add to bath under running water. Makes 1 bath.

Moisturizing bath!

  • Carrier oil of choice (I prefer jojoba) with any of the recipes below to boost your skin’s appearance and have soft, silky skin! If making a stock blend use a glass dropper and then add 3-4 droppers for a bath. I usually make 2 ounces at a time and use 9-12 drops total essential oils.

Recipe Ideas:

Intended to create stock blends in 5 mL bottles, which you can add to your bath at any time. I love to make stock blends so I don’t have to spend a lot of time prepping a bath. The work is done prior so you can slip into a comforting bath when you need to! So grab your 5 mL bottles and let’s get started…

Relaxation:

Achiness:

{best with Magnesium Flakes}

Skin Soother:

{best with milk bath}

Deep Sleep:

{best just before bed}

In  3 ounces jojoba combine, use 2-3 droppers full in a bath under running warm water. Alternately you can add 2 dropper full to 1/2 cup epsom salt.

Now, take a deep breath, grab a cup of chamomile tea and go take that nice bath and relax!

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9 thoughts on “How to Create an Aromatherapy Bath”

  1. Love this! My kids love baths with essential oils! They call them “Epsom baths” because I also add epsom salt. It really helps to prevent them from getting bad colds and sicknesses!

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