Chamomile relaxing bath oil
Stress can be tough on skin. But factor in poor sleep, a scary amount of junk food and one too many alcoholic beverages and the skin looks downright scary. We’re talking itchy and flaky with a mysterious rash kind of scary.
This bath oil is wonderfully soothing, not just for skin but also for an anxious mind. Plus it smells incredible and leaves skin insanely hydrated. Just pour it into your bath as the tub fills and then hop on in. It lightly coats skin and sinks in as you soak, leaving you with super soft, rejuvenated skin.
After a long day, nothing is better than a hot bath. This herb-infused bath oil is perfect for soothing irritated skin and calming your mind so you can unwind and fall asleep more easily. It’s made with coconut and sweet almond oils to replenish moisture, and chamomile to help you relax. Lavender, cedar wood, camphor and rosemary essential oils give it a wonderful scent that’s not only soothing but also good for the immune system.
To use, pour the oil under the faucet as the bath fills up and allow the oils to disperse throughout the water. Soak for 30 minutes and gently towel off when you’re done so as not to wipe off all the oil.
Chamomile Bath Oil
- 3/4 cup sweet almond oil
- 1/4 cup coconut oil (which stays liquid at room temperature)
- 20 drops lavender essential oil
- 8 drops rosemary oil
- 15 drops cedarwood oil
- 10 drops camphor oil
- 1 cup dried chamomile flowers or 20 drops chamomile essential oil
- Glass mason jar (for infusing the chamomile oil)
- glass bottle with lid.
- Using a funnel, pour the almond oil into a glass bottle. Add the coconut oil and essential oils (if using chamomile essential oil, add it now). Feel free to add more chamomile blossoms or other dried herbs if you like.
- Screw on the lid and shake well to combine.
- While filling up the tub, pour 1 – 2 tablespoons under the running faucet. Allow the oils to disperse throughout the water before climbing in. Soak for 30 minutes then gently towel off.