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Me Time With Herbal Bath Tea

Updated: Aug 10, 2020

Looking to unwind and revive your senses? Herbal Bath Teas are a relaxing, aromatic, soothing way to de-stress and recharge, this simple act of self-care can do a lot for your emotions, not only is it relaxing, but it leaves your skin smooth and detoxed, and relieves your body tension.


· Coconut Milk

· Activated Charcoal

· Dried Lavender Buds, Rose Petals and Jasmine Blossom

· A Pot of Lemongrass Tea

· 1/2 cup Epsom salts

· 1/4 cup pink Himalayan sea salt

· 2 drops lavender essential oil

Creating an oasis evocative of these experiences is not far out of reach in our daily lives, and can be done easily at home. Rather than rushing through another quick shower, try lighting a few candles, play some soothing music, and draw a warm bath infused with fragrant oils, relaxing salts, or therapeutic herbs. Making this a regular ritual, even just once a month, can improve your health in many ways. Bathing helps relax tense muscles, opens pores, encourages digestion, softens the skin, and promotes restful sleep.

Cherished botanicals can play an important role in this process. You can choose from a variety of leaves and flowers to customize your experience based on your specific needs and preferences. Some classic herbs to use as a bath tea, salt soak, or for aromatherapy include lavender, rose, chamomile, calendula, peppermint, rosemary, geranium, grapefruit, orange, fir, cleavers, oat tops, ginger, jasmine, and ylang ylang. Some other fun ingredients to have on hand in your home spa include coarse sea salt, Epsom salt, Himalayan pink salt, French Green Clay and bath oils. After a good soak, it is also lovely to spritz your skin and the air around you with cooling rose, peppermint, lime, ylang ylang, or blood orange hydrosols.

Uplift your spirit, sooth your body tensions and treat yourself to a calming “Me Time”, you deserve it.

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