Summer Bath Tea

Summer Bath Tea

Ava Reid

Is it just me or every time summer comes around the sun tends to dehydrate and burn my skin and I struggle too find good options to add hydration without adding too much oils! cause sunscreen and additional oils can be too much harm than good. 

Other than adding an hydrating day cream with SPF 40, I relax in a warm bath of some essential goodness that help in adding nutrients, hydration and makes my skin silky smooth. 

Soo I added the recipe for you to try at home <3



1 Cup Dead Sea Salt or Epsom Salt

1 Tbsp Rose (rosa spp.) hip

1 Tbsp Chamomile ( Matricaria Chamillia) flower

2 Tbsp lemon Peel ( Fresh or Dried)

2 Tbsp Orange Peel ( Fresh or Dried)

2 Tbsp lemon balm (Melissa officinalis) aerial parts (optional)


To make a bath tea, fill a reusable muslin or a cheesecloth and tie it with a string or elastic. up to 2 Tablespoon of your Summer bath tea. Hang the bath tea bag from the faucet while the bathtub is filled with water. Let the water filter through the tea first or tightly close the bag and steep in warm bath water, allowing it to float in the water beside you. Don’t have a tub? You can also fill a sink or bowl to enjoy this recipe as a foot or hand soak

Sit back & Relax with these aromatic benefits of herbs and citrus.

 After your bath, Throw out the herbs from the bag and hang to dry until your next bath

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