How Do You Use Essential Oils In The Bath?
Float away on a cloud of lavender and rose scent to calm the nerves after a busy day. Or rev up for a night on the town with a lime and orange scented bubble bath. Add other essential oils to bathwater to help soothe and calm irritated skin or aching muscles. There are many ways to use essential oils to create a memorable bath experience. Here are some ideas. Soak like the Romans did. A recipe like this is believed to have been used in baths in ancient Rome to help soften and moisturize the skin. Start with 1 cup of olive oil and mix in 1 cup liquid castile soap. Add 1/2 tsp. of your choice of essential oil and mix well. Pour into a jar or bottle and keep near the bathtub. Add about 2 tbsp. to each bath. Sleep better with an essential oils bath before bed. In a small bowl, combine 1 tbsp. almond oil with 4 drops lavender oil, 3 drops marjoram oil and 2 drops benzoin oil. Each of these essential oils has relaxing and sedating properties. Mix well and add to 1 cup non-fat dry milk. Blend