Menu

Bathing Beauty Essential Oil Collection

SKU# 1015

Bathing Beauty Essential Oil Collection

Click on image to zoom

More Views

  • Bathing Beauty Essential Oil Collection

Quick Overview

Our Bathing Beauty Essential Oil Collection is the perfect excuse luxuriate in primping and pampering yourself in the private oasis of your bathroom. Transform body, mind and spirit with these soothing, nourishing oils that calm the soul while cleansing and toning the skin.

Details

Our Bathing Beauty Essential Oil Collection is the perfect excuse luxuriate in primping and pampering yourself in the private oasis of your bathroom. Transform body, mind and spirit with these soothing, nourishing oils that calm the soul while cleansing and toning the skin.

 

In addition to bathing with these beneficial oils, we recommend adding baking soda, magnesium bath salts, and sea salts to your bath routine.

 

  • Baking soda is cleansing and detoxifying, and is said to fight fungus on the skin. A bath with baking soda will leave your skin soft and silky from head to toe. Baking soda can also be used on our organic hemp cloth with one of our Best Skin Evers (simply dash a tablespoon of baking soda to a damp cloth with 1-2 squirts of Best Skin Ever and exfoliate and invigorate with this very gentle method of cleansing).

 

  • Magnesium bath salts are known to improve hydration levels in the skin, fight inflammation, and strengthen the skin’s protective barriers that prevent infection. This type of magnesium salt soothes sore muscles and is a great way to transdermally absorb much the needed beauty mineral of magnesium.

 

  • Sea salts are used to reduce acidity in the body, eliminate lactic acid and dissolve muscle soreness. A sea salt soak is a wonderful idea after a strenuous workout.

All three of these bath time additions will serve to amplify the healing benefits of each oil in our Bathing Beauty collection.

 

1. Chamomile (Anthemis nobilis) – Nature’s most soothing sedative, Roman chamomile is renowned for its power to calm, unleash, and revitalize. Mind and body melt into a state of relaxed abandon as the muscles melt, anxious thoughts disperse, and aches and pains are washed away. Add a few drops to a steaming bath, use while inhaling steam under a towel, or anoint temples and neck while performing your nighttime bath routine.

2. Frankincense (Boswellia carterii)Sacred frankincense oil turns bath time into a ritual of spiritual expression. This fortifying skin elixir was used by the ancients to nourish and moisturize the skin, ease symptoms of arthritis, and to support oral health. Use in the bath or shower, combine with a carrier oil and massage skin from head to toe, or add a few drops to your toothbrush when brushing your teeth.

3. Marjoram (Origanum marjorana)Balancing marjoram is your best friend in times of grief or upset. Use marjoram oil to bring balance to heightened emotions, regulate blood pressure, and make a bad breakup more bearable. Faced with loss, drama, or a situation that feels to difficult to face, marjoram is the bathing beauty of comfort, an uplifting force that dispels that sorrow of solitude and loss. Marjoram is a muscle-melter with its ethereal-analgesic properties.

4. Lavender (Lavendula vera) – Purify with lavender’s lullaby. There is nothing like the soothing embrace of luscious lavender at the end of a hard day. Stress, tension, insomnia, headaches, and anxiety melt away in the presence of this gentle floral giant. Inhale before bed to deepen sleep, add to a bath to release pent up negative energy, or apply neat when treating cuts and scrapes. For snoring and difficulty breathing at night, apply lavender to the chest during your bedtime routine.

5. Douglas Fir (Pseudotsuga menziesi) The bathroom is a spiritual oasis, a place to be alone and heal, a private sanctuary where we can finally catch our breath during a hectic day or week. Douglas fir oil invites us to breathe a bit deeper, open our hearts and our airways, and clear away unwanted energetic and physical blockages. Inhale directly during your bath time routine to conjure a state of meditative calm. Add to a hot bath to clear the sinuses and relax the mind. Massage into skin after a shower to ease muscle aches and smooth cellulite.

6. Clary Sage (Salvia sclarea) Our most enigmatic bathing beauty, Clary sage oil intoxicates the spirit while relaxing body and mind. In addition to inspiring giddy feelings of euphoric joy, this oil is commonly used to regulate hormones, ease menstrual cramps, and eradicate anxiety. Used during your morning bath time routine, a few drops of Clary sage on the temples and neck will inspire a bright, joyful outlook on the coming day. In the evening, combine with a carrier oil to massage cramped muscles.

7. Ylang (Cananga adorata) – The simple act of bathing with ylang oil may benefit the mind, body, skin, and soul, all at the same time. Hot water that has been anointed with ylang is said to moisturize skin and hair, reduce anxiety, aid digestion, lower blood pressure, and even clear acne. Ylang is incredibly balancing, invigorating the sluggish mind while calming the mind that has become overworked and stressed. In this way, ylang oil is a great bath time choice for morning or evening, depending on when you need it most.

8. Fragonia (Agonis fragrans) – Those in need of some serious physical and emotional healing will love adding fragrant fragonia to their bath time ritual. The balancing elements in fragonia help us find our own personal state of homeostasis. Past negativity is finally released, the body works to heal and protect itself, and we are able to make peace with the present moment. Rub onto the chest to relieve chest and sinus congestion, massage into sore muscles and joints, or sanctify the water during bath time meditation.

9. Eucalytpus (Eucalyptus globules) – The only thing more comforting than a hot bath when you are sick is a hot bath with eucalyptus oil. Use this potent healer to open the lungs, clear chest congestion, relieve sinus pressure and prevent infections. After bathing with a few drops of eucalyptus oil, apply to soles of feet or add a few droplets to your pillow. Eucalyptus can also be inhaled directly to balance emotions and open the heart to hope.

10. Bergamot (Citrus bergamia) – If you enter the bathroom with complaints of eczema, scars, indigestion, and anxiety, a hot bath with bergamot is just what the doctor ordered. Sunny and sweet, this uplifting oil is traditionally used to heal the skin, break fevers, fight infections and lift the spirits. A steam or bubble bath with bergamot before bed is also said to dispell insomnia.

11. Roses over Geranium (Rosa Damascena co-distilled with Pelargonium graveolen) – Fear-busting and heart-warming, this co-distillation of rose and geranium inspires bravery, self-love, and adaptability. Roses over geranium is said to regulate the body’s immune and nervous systems, heal wounds, and prevent infections. Anoint the chakras after your morning shower, especially on the day of a big speech or important meeting.

12. Rosemary (Rosemarinus officinalis verbenone) – Rosemary oil combats the sluggishness of body and mind. Use it to rev the skin’s metabolism and energize a mind that has become foggy. Sore muscles and joints will benefit greatly from a long, hot soak in a bath christened with rosemary oil. Use with a dry brush to stimulate the lymph system.

 

Ingredients

1. Chamomile (Anthemis nobilis) – Nature’s most soothing sedative, Roman chamomile is renowned for its power to calm, unleash, and revitalize. Mind and body melt into a state of relaxed abandon as the muscles melt, anxious thoughts disperse, and aches and pains are washed away. Add a few drops to a steaming bath, use while inhaling steam under a towel, or anoint temples and neck while performing your nighttime bath routine.

2. Frankincense (Boswellia carterii)Sacred frankincense oil turns bath time into a ritual of spiritual expression. This fortifying skin elixir was used by the ancients to nourish and moisturize the skin, ease symptoms of arthritis, and to support oral health. Use in the bath or shower, combine with a carrier oil and massage skin from head to toe, or add a few drops to your toothbrush when brushing your teeth.

3. Marjoram (Origanum marjorana)Balancing marjoram is your best friend in times of grief or upset. Use marjoram oil to bring balance to heightened emotions, regulate blood pressure, and make a bad breakup more bearable. Faced with loss, drama, or a situation that feels to difficult to face, marjoram is the bathing beauty of comfort, an uplifting force that dispels that sorrow of solitude and loss. Marjoram is a muscle-melter with its ethereal-analgesic properties.

4. Lavender (Lavendula vera) – Purify with lavender’s lullaby. There is nothing like the soothing embrace of luscious lavender at the end of a hard day. Stress, tension, insomnia, headaches, and anxiety melt away in the presence of this gentle floral giant. Inhale before bed to deepen sleep, add to a bath to release pent up negative energy, or apply neat when treating cuts and scrapes. For snoring and difficulty breathing at night, apply lavender to the chest during your bedtime routine.

5. Douglas Fir (Pseudotsuga menziesi) The bathroom is a spiritual oasis, a place to be alone and heal, a private sanctuary where we can finally catch our breath during a hectic day or week. Douglas fir oil invites us to breathe a bit deeper, open our hearts and our airways, and clear away unwanted energetic and physical blockages. Inhale directly during your bath time routine to conjure a state of meditative calm. Add to a hot bath to clear the sinuses and relax the mind. Massage into skin after a shower to ease muscle aches and smooth cellulite.

6. Clary Sage (Salvia sclarea) Our most enigmatic bathing beauty, Clary sage oil intoxicates the spirit while relaxing body and mind. In addition to inspiring giddy feelings of euphoric joy, this oil is commonly used to regulate hormones, ease menstrual cramps, and eradicate anxiety. Used during your morning bath time routine, a few drops of Clary sage on the temples and neck will inspire a bright, joyful outlook on the coming day. In the evening, combine with a carrier oil to massage cramped muscles.

7. Ylang (Cananga adorata) – The simple act of bathing with ylang oil may benefit the mind, body, skin, and soul, all at the same time. Hot water that has been anointed with ylang is said to moisturize skin and hair, reduce anxiety, aid digestion, lower blood pressure, and even clear acne. Ylang is incredibly balancing, invigorating the sluggish mind while calming the mind that has become overworked and stressed. In this way, ylang oil is a great bath time choice for morning or evening, depending on when you need it most.

8. Fragonia (Agonis fragrans) – Those in need of some serious physical and emotional healing will love adding fragrant fragonia to their bath time ritual. The balancing elements in fragonia help us find our own personal state of homeostasis. Past negativity is finally released, the body works to heal and protect itself, and we are able to make peace with the present moment. Rub onto the chest to relieve chest and sinus congestion, massage into sore muscles and joints, or sanctify the water during bath time meditation.

9. Eucalytpus (Eucalyptus globules) – The only thing more comforting than a hot bath when you are sick is a hot bath with eucalyptus oil. Use this potent healer to open the lungs, clear chest congestion, relieve sinus pressure and prevent infections. After bathing with a few drops of eucalyptus oil, apply to soles of feet or add a few droplets to your pillow. Eucalyptus can also be inhaled directly to balance emotions and open the heart to hope.

10. Bergamot (Citrus bergamia) – If you enter the bathroom with complaints of eczema, scars, indigestion, and anxiety, a hot bath with bergamot is just what the doctor ordered. Sunny and sweet, this uplifting oil is traditionally used to heal the skin, break fevers, fight infections and lift the spirits. A steam or bubble bath with bergamot before bed is also said to dispell insomnia.

11. Roses over Geranium (Rosa Damascena co-distilled with Pelargonium graveolen) – Fear-busting and heart-warming, this co-distillation of rose and geranium inspires bravery, self-love, and adaptability. Roses over geranium is said to regulate the body’s immune and nervous systems, heal wounds, and prevent infections. Anoint the chakras after your morning shower, especially on the day of a big speech or important meeting.

12. Rosemary (Rosemarinus officinalis verbenone) – Rosemary oil combats the sluggishness of body and mind. Use it to rev the skin’s metabolism and energize a mind that has become foggy. Sore muscles and joints will benefit greatly from a long, hot soak in a bath christened with rosemary oil. Use with a dry brush to stimulate the lymph system.

 

Related Products