DIY Bath Oil Recipes To Try Making

Posted on January 27 2022

Taking a bath is one of life's greatest pleasures. Your skin gets dried out from taking hot showers, but you want to relax and unwind at the same time. Instead of choosing between your bath or shower, why not both? Not only does it relax you, but there are many health benefits to be had from taking a bath regularly. One of those is that it helps with circulation, which helps get rid of toxins. The perfect way to make that happen is by adding bath oils to your routine, which will moisturize your skin, help with muscle aches and pains, and leave you feeling refreshed and relaxed after every use.

Here are DIY bath oil recipes sure to become your new favorites! To create each bath oil, place 1-2 cups of oil into your infuser along with your choice of plants or herbs, set for 1 hour & your bath oils are ready to use!

DIY English Garden Bath Oil

Lavender, eucalyptus, rosemary, and peppermint make up English Garden Bath Oil. This invigorating blend is best used at night to promote relaxation and calmness—no wonder we love it so much! Lavender helps relieve stress and anxiety, eucalyptus is a natural decongestant that can also aid with allergies and asthma, rosemary promotes energy and concentration, while peppermint stimulates blood flow.

Savvy Homemade DIY Bath Oil

Everybody loves a good bath, but sometimes you can't afford those pricey lavender-scented bath bombs. But what if I told you that there is a way to make your bath bombs at home for only a fraction of the cost of store-bought ones? Well, it's true! All you need are some common ingredients and about 1 hour to combine, and voila... your very own DIY homemade bath oil recipe. With so many synthetic chemicals in our modern world, it's nice to know that some things are still made from scratch.

Herb-Infused Bath Oil

With a few fresh herbs and some essential oils, you can make your body-soothing bath oil to help relax your muscles. This is really easy—but there are a few things to consider before starting. Start with a base of any type of carrier oil (vegetable or olive oil, for example). Add your plant of choice & infuse in your ONGROK Botanical Infuser for 1 hour. You can choose from an overwhelming number of plants and herbs, so read up on different types before making a purchase. Rose is relaxing, lavender is calming, citrusy smells help wake you up in the morning. Your imagination's pretty much limitless here; have fun with it!

DIY Soothing Oat Bath Oil

The ingredients required for making a soothing bath oil are distilled water, hydrosol or rose water, jojoba oil, and a few drops of essential oils of your choice. The preparation process is quite simple and does not require any sophisticated equipment. You need to combine all ingredients into a bottle and shake it well until they have mixed well. You can add as much or as few essential oils to suit your taste but remember that too much can be counterproductive since they irritate if used in excess.

Why Choose ONGROK’s Botanical Infuser Machine?

A variety of herbal-infused essential oils like the ones listed above can be made with our Botanical Infuser Machine. Prepare potent essential oils from fresh herbs like lavender and rosemary or make lotions, balms and tinctures from botanicals. ONGROK offers excellent customer service and is ready to answer any questions you may have regarding our products. 

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