Aromatherapy baths have been used all throughout history. In early Egyptian history, it was not uncommon to stumble upon a bath house that offered baths that had various types of plants and herbs immersed in them. To this day, there are still health centers that focus on natural health, community spas, and clinics that offer an individual the ability to enjoy an aromatherapy bath. In this article, you will learn about the benefits that are associated with this type of bath, as well as how to make your own aromatherapy bath salts.
It has been discovered that aromatherapy has proven...
6 grams vegetable glycerin
2 grams jojoba oil
2 grams lavender tincture
10 drops lavender essential oil
Measure the Turkey Red oil into a glass bottle. Add the vegetable glycerin, jojoba oil and lavender tincture. Cap and shake gently to mix.
Add the essential oil last and cap. Shake gently again to mix. Allow Lavender Bath Syrup to sit for at least a week before using. This will allow the ingredients to mellow together. Shake well before pouring into a drawn bath. Slink in, close your eyes and...