Best Bath Oils For Relaxation & Hydration: Wendy Rowe


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Nothing beats a long soak in the bath when the weather turns cold and you don’t feel like going out. Whether you’re feeling stressed and need to unwind, or you want an energising scent for a mood boost, choosing a luxury bath oil enriched with essential oils will double the benefits of your soak. Adding bath oils to your water can not only make your soak more indulgent and recreate a spa experience at home, they can be nourishing for your skin, too. Here are some beautiful bath oils to try for an autumn soak.

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Essential Bath Oils To Soothe Your Skin

Lavender Bath Oil

Lavender is known for its calming and relaxing properties, making it the perfect addition to a warm bath. You can make your own lavender bath oil by mixing a few drops of lavender essential oil with a carrier oil like sweet almond oil or jojoba oil. It’s a great choice for a pre-bedtime bath.

TRY: SUSANNE KAUFMANN | Oil Bath For The Senses

Rose Bath Oil

Rose oil is known for its hydrating and soothing properties, making it a great choice for dry or sensitive skin. You can make your own rose bath oil by mixing a few drops of rose essential oil with grapeseed oil or avocado oil.

TRY: BAMFORD | Rose Bath Oil

Chamomile Bath Oil

Chamomile is known for its calming and anti-inflammatory properties, which is good for irritated or inflamed skin. Try mixing a few drops of chamomile essential oil with coconut oil or olive oil to make your own at home.

TRY: UMA OILS | Pure Calm Wellness Bath Oil

Eucalyptus Bath Oil

Eucalyptus oil is known for its invigorating and decongestant properties, making it a great choice for cold and flu season, or when you need a mood or energy boost. Try mixing a few drops of eucalyptus essential oil with sunflower oil or sesame oil.

TRY: OLVERUM | Bath Oil

Frankincense Bath Oil

A gorgeous, festive scent, Frankincense oil is known for its anti-aging and skin-regenerating properties, so it is an ideal option for those with mature or damaged skin. Make your own DIY frankincense bath oil by mixing a few drops of frankincense essential oil with argan oil or rosehip oil.

TRY: AROMATHERAPY ASSOCIATES | De-Stress Mind Bath & Shower Oil

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When using essential oils, it’s important to remember to dilute them properly in a carrier oil to avoid skin irritation. Opt for an oil by your favourite beauty brand or you can even add a few drops of your chosen essential oil to a cup of Epsom salts and then add the mixture to your bathwater.

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