Aromatherapy Herbal Bath

Taking a Dip in a Relaxing Aromatherapy Herbal Bath

What sounds more relaxing than a peaceful evening to unwind than with perhaps a glass of wine, a good magazine or book, a few candles and a long soaking aromatherapy bath?

Hardly anything can top the sense of relaxation that can create, taking the stress out of a long day or just a special evening of self pampering. Taking an aromatherapy herbal bath is a good way to escape the troubles of the day, the hassle of running errands or the stresses of work or other daunting everyday tasks. People, women and men alike, will find that they will fin a sense of zen and tranquility when taking at least a half an hour to themselves (or hopefully more!) and enjoying a good soak.

Aromatherapy baths are a good method for relaxing tired, aching muscles, giving a person a sense of relief, even for just a bit. Taking an aromatherapy herbal bath is great right before bed, helping a person to sleep more peacefully, having let the toxins go and allowing serenity to take their place. Not only is an aromatherapy herbal bath good for just relaxing, they are also a great technique to use when someone is feeling a bit under the weather.

Aromatherapy bath products come in the form of shower gels, bath salts, bubble baths and even bath oils. Once added to a warm bath, tranquility awaits.

While some aromatherapy essential oils rejuvenate, others relax. Usually, people use eucalyptus, lavender or chamomile in their aromatherapy herbal bath to help relax or to sleep.

Other aromas have other qualities and depending on the different scents, many are recommended for different remedies or aids. Also popular are lemon, peppermint, sandalwood, rosewood, patchouli, tangerine and cinnamon. Each aromatherapy oil will soothe in a different way. Not only do the aromatherapy herbal baths themselves relax and rejuvenate a person, but the oils themselves are also helpful to the skin. The aromatherapy essential oils are also moisturizing.

Typically, people can purchase aromatherapy bath products at retail stores, particularly ones that specialize in bath and body items. However, there are recipes to create a person's very own herbal recipe of aromatherapy to bathe in. One hint when making aromatherapy herbal bath items at home, do not use loose herbs in the bath tub but instead put them in small bags (organza are recommended) so that they can steep much like tea does.

There are many recipes for different types of baths:

  • Rose and green tea baths help to fight aging as these are herbs rich in antioxidants.
  • A lemongrass and lavender bath is great for people who are prone to acne but yet the aromas also are to boost the mood.
  • A chamomile and oatmeal bath is to soothe but also to eliminate dry, itchy skin.

These are just a few but there are many others that can help reduce illness from pregnancy, help fight depression, combat the cold and flu or even help aid pain from burns, bruises and bites.

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This aromatherapy bath recipes are for creating precious and unique moments in your life benefits your overall health. It releases stress, enhances peace of mind, replenishes your energy, and boosts your self-esteem and confidence. Here’s an aromatic ritual designed for you to explore your divine uniqueness, capture your true essence and refresh your soul.

Gather the following items,then when you have a bit of time to yourself, follow the simple procedure for a unique and indulgent bath time ritual.

What You Will Need:

You can substitute this aromatic blend with any others in "Spa secrets make easy and affordable" by Francoise Rapp. Play, have fun, and even create your own once you determine your favorite aromas!

How to Prepare Your Blend:
In a 10-ml bottle, pour the essential oils, then add organic carrier oil such as sweet almond or jojoba to fill. Combine the remaining ingredients in a mixing bowl, and add the entire 10-ml bottle of the Divine Aromatic Bath Time Blend. Mix well.

Where to buy the ingredients?

For organic essential oils, it is suggest to buy from Mountain Rose Herbs. From this company you can also buy fresh petals flower of rose or jasmine. For Rose they have pink, red and a whole buds.

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