A hot shower is one of my favorite escapes. In the never-ending search for self-care, a shower seems more attainable than committing to a long bath.
And whether it helps you get going in the morning or unwind at night, a shower can be an aromatherapy experience just like a bath. An aromatherapy shower can work wonders if you’re feeling tired or stressed out.
These 6 simple shower melts are perfect for de-stressing, relaxation and rejuvenation.
De-Stress Aromatherapy Shower Tablets
Lavender and chamomile both offer calming, soothing benefits – perfect when you need to de-stress after a long day. These tablets are super easy and inexpensive to make – you only need baking soda, essential oils, dried lavender and chamomile.
Get the recipe for De-Stress Aromatherapy Shower Tablets
Vapo Rub Shower Melts
These easy shower melts require no essential oils – just mix cornstarch with vapor rub together and in 20 minutes your shower melts are ready for stuffy nose relief.
Get the recipe for Vapo Rub Shower Melts from The Homespun Hydrangea
Peppermint Shower Bombs
A shower can be the perfect afternoon pick-me-up after a lazy morning (thinking of you Sundays!). The fresh scent of peppermint is perfect for a shower to revitalize your energy. Plus, these shower bombs add fun fizzing action. This recipe makes quite a few bomb so why not package them and share with friends?
Get the recipe for Peppermint Shower Bombs from Pink When
Citrus Shower Melts
If you’re not a morning person, these energizing shower melts are just the incentive you need to get out of bed. The uplifting scents of orange, lemon and bergamot will scent your whole bathroom and help you wake up happy.
Get the recipe for Citrus Shower Melts from Abundant Health
Breathe Easy Eucalyptus Shower Disks
Can’t breathe? Make these shower disks that open the sinuses thanks to eucalyptus essential oil. Now you can skip the long bath and head straight to bed! Follow it up with our easy vapor rub to keep your sinuses open while you sleep.
Get the recipe for Eucalyptus Shower Disks
Lavender Shower Melts
Try using cornstarch instead of baking soda for these soothing lavender shower melts. Combine a couple of drops of red and blue food coloring to make a pretty purple color.
Get the recipe for Lavender Shower Melts from Utensi