Today, I am going to teach you how to make a homemade floral tub tea using dried lavender and rose petals to relax and nourish the body.
How to Make a Homemade Floral Tub Tea Video
Are Homemade Floral Tub Teas Good for Me?
Absolutely homemade tub teas are good for me. Tub Teas provide many benefits including detoxification and nourishment for your skin.
Tea Bath for a Sunburn
Using the ingredients in this homemade floral tub tea will help to soothe a sunburn and create relief. After relaxing in a floral tea tub your skin will feel great because your skin will gain hydration after being out in the sun.
Also, your burn will feel hundred percent better because of the soothing and relaxing properties in the lavender and dried rose buds.
The combination of the Himalayan and Epsom salt is anti-inflammatory and antibacterial with will soothe the pain of the burn and give instant relief.
Tea Bath for Sore Muscles
Creating a tub tea is great for sore muscles is amazing because of the Epsom Salt. Epsom Salt along with the Himalayan Sea Sat will pull toxins and debris from our skin and muscles causing them to heel faster. Always soak in the tub with your tea for a minimum of twenty minutes to ensure that impurities are being withdrawn. Soaking a a homemade tub tea will sooth your sore and aching muscles because of the high magnesium and other minerals.
Finally, this homemade floral tub tea will slough off dead skin and improve circulation.
Tea Bath for Everyday
Using tea baths for regular use can remove impurities and improve your skin while providing nourishing results. Using a combinations of Epsom salts and Himalayan Sea salt can be therapeutic have aromatic qualities that are enjoyable. Your skin will look refreshed and glow because the awesome ingredients.
Sleep will be improved when using the homemade bath tea because the Himalayan salt will improve oxytocin levels and that equals a good night’s rest.
Pink Himalayan Salt is a natural salt that is harvest in the mountains of the Himalayas.
There are no chemical and additional processing before distributing to the consumer. Adding Himalayan salt to your bathtub teas has natural detoxifying properties that will help balance and hydrate your skin. This pretty, pink salt is not use just for cooking, but Himalayan can be using in the bath. Zinc, Iodine and Sulfur are some minerals that are found in pink Himalayan salt, and they will draw toxic out of skin and can help with dry skin, acne and psoriasis. I am using the rock Himalayan salt but, do not be afraid to use the ground if you prefer.
Bath Tea Recipes with Epsom Salt
Epsom Salt ~ is a salt that has some many benefits and is a staple in my home it is great to relax in a bathtub for a soak, soften skins relieves stress, help with inflammations and pulls toxins out of the body. I use Epsom Salt for my feet after a long day of standing, dancing, walking on my feet.
An Epsom Salt Bath is fabulous to help reduce inflammation and very inexpensive. Epsom Salts stimulate serotonin, which is a hormone that make you feel good. There are two minerals in Epsom salts, magnesium and sulfate. Magnesium can lower blood pressure and sulfates flush toxins out of the they body.
Magnesium is important for musical functioning. Epsom Salts can help relieve muscle spasms, improve sleep and eases digestive problems.
Furthermore, when you have been on your feet all day either by working, cooking or exercising; there is nothing like an this homemade tub tea to unwind and release your stress of the day.
Bath Tea Recipes with Essential Oils
Lavender is a popular, gorgeous purple and green herb. I love the different benefits of Lavender and the beautiful floral fragrance is my favorite. Lavender is very relaxing and calming, and I use it everywhere including my bath soak and on my dryer balls.
Lavender clears the air and the mind while providing a gorgeous scent.
Using lavender will keep the mind calm and the heart happy while providing a tranquil environment.
Rose is well loved because it is anti-aging, anti-depressant and smells like heaven.
There are miniature and climbing roses to name a few options Red, White and Pink are popular colors for roses but, you can find many colors. I choose to plant pink “Queen Elizabeth” roses that grow as a bush and love drying the petal to create tub teas.
How to make a Homemade Floral Tub Tea
This Homemade Floral Tub Tea is amazing for relaxing the body after a long day. The Epsom salt will supply the body with much need magnesium. The rose and lavender petal create a beautiful fragrance!
- A tea bags
- ½ -1 tablespoon of Epsom salt
- 1 tablespoon of Himalayan salt
- 1 tablespoon of dried lavender
- One Tablespoon of dried rose petals
- 10-12 drops of lavender or rose essential oil (optional)
1. First, take your tea bag and start filling it with one tablespoon of Epsom salt, Himalayan salt, lavender buds and rose buds. Optional you can add a few drops of lavender and rose essential oil to extensive the smell.
2. Next, close and tie your tub tea tight and label it with a fancy label.
3. Fill a bathtub with warm running water. Next, add your floral tub tea to bathtub.
4. Finally, let your homemade floral tub tea steep for three to five minutes before getting in the bathtub.
Enjoy soaking in your Homemade Floral Tub Tea for at least Twenty minutes or longer if you desire to ensure the many health and beauty benefits. The combination of the rose and lavender will make a gorgeous aroma and create a spa like feeling.
Note, this makes a pretty gift idea for someone you love that will appreciate smoother skin and wants to smell wonderful!