Do you ever just want to climb into the goodness of the herbs in your tea cup? Now you can! The herbs that we ingest in our teas are also very beneficial for our skin and body. Our Herbal Bath Teas offer the therapeutic benefits of herbs and minerals right in your bath!
Our Herbal Bath Teas are an easy way to enjoy a therapeutic bath with little to no clean up. Simply pour as much of the bath tea into the provided muslin bag, tie the bag closed and submerge into your bath to steep. Agitate the bag under water to ensure the mixture is steeping. You can also pour the mixture directly into the bath should that suit your desires!
What is an Herbal Bath Tea? Bath tea is exactly what you are thinking. A tea bag for your bath. If we can put a small tea bag in a cup of hot water and experience benefits by drinking said water, then it would make sense that those herbs and minerals are also be beneficial if used in the bath in the same manner. We select the herbs in our bath teas based on therapeutic benefits.
- Our Lavender Bath Tea includes Mediterranean Dead Sea Salts, Lavender Flowers and Chamomile Flowers. This is a bath tea created for the bath takers who just want to wind down, relax the body and let the stress of the day melt away.
- With a blend of Mediterranean Dead Sea Salts, Himalayan Pink Salt, Rose Petals and Rose Buds, our Rose Bath Tea is a blend designed for the rose lover! Rose water soothes irritated skin, brightens your complexion and tightens pores for a smooth appearance. The oil from roses has been used for centuries as an anti-inflammatory, antiseptic, antispasmodic, antiviral, and even an aphrodisiac.
- Magnesium is a wonderful tool for promoting a healthy inflammatory and circulatory system while encouraging better sleep. Blended with Mediterranean Dead Sea Salts and Sage Leaf and your muscles, joints, and skin will be thanking you. Our Magnesium + Sage Bath Tea is relaxation squared. Pro tip: Remove some sage from the jar and burn to clear your space. This makes for a lovely therapeutic experience.
To use: Simply submerge the tea bag in a warm bath and agitate it gently under water. You may see color coming from the bag as you would in a tea cup, this is normal. This means you are actively steeping! Relax and enjoy!