Looking back at the chaotic year that is 2020, there is no doubt that we all need to be taking much-needed breaks from reality every so often.
And what better way to let yourself zone out than by sitting in an incredibly relaxing bath soak that you made all by yourself.
Here are 3 DIY bath soak recipes that are guaranteed to help you get through the rest of the year.
Moisturising Rose Milk Bath
Using all-natural ingredients, this bath soak is suitable for every skin type but is especially soothing for dry skin that is need of some extra TLC during the colder seasons.
The combination of rose petals, oats, Himalayan pink salt and coconut milk have powerful, nourishing properties that help soften and hydrate the skin.
The natural aroma of the roses, in combination with the essential oils will create a calming ambiance to lay back and let your skin soak in all the goodness from the vitamins and antioxidants that come from the fresh petals.
The oats have reparative effects on the skin whilst also easing inflammation.
Himalayan pink salt is a popular addition to many bath soak recipes for its ability to detoxify and naturally cleanse the skin of any impurities.
Lastly, coconut milk gently exfoliates and revitalises dull, dry skin.
½ cup coconut milk powder
½ rolled oats
½ cup Himalayan pink salt
½ cup dried rose petals
10 drops rose essential oil
Soothing Honey And Lemon Bath
Honey is an ingredient that holds high therapeutic value for remedying the skin.
With anti-aging properties, powdered honey can bind moisture and leave the skin with a youthful glow.
Milk powder helps to exfoliate and rid of dead skin cells and then regenerate a new healthy, layer of skin in its place.
The citrus-y, lemon fragrance when breathed in, will help to calm the mind and relax the body whilst the oil itself will works to kill off any harmful bacteria on the skin’s surface.
5 drops lemon essential oil
1 cup honey powder
2 cups milk powder
1 tbsp lemon zest
Calming Lavender Salt Bath
Indulge in a relieving lavender bath soak that will sedate the mind and body of all its worries.
Lavender is a commonly used scent when it comes to appeasing the mind of anxiety, stress and insomnia.
The Northern-African herb is also used in beauty to purify the skin through its ability to unclog pores and reduce inflammation.
Epsom salt is a magnesium sulphate that when dissolved releases magnesium and sulphate ions into the water to be received by the body.
Higher magnesium levels in the body can result in better sleep quality and a lowered susceptibility to stress.
Epsom salts are also known to soften and rejuvenate rough skin.
2 cups Epsom salts
30 drops lavender oil
½ cup dried lavender
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