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How To Use Essential Oils In The Shower

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Essential oils are highly concentrated plant extracts that are known for their therapeutic properties.

Wondering if they can be used in the shower?

Indeed, they can!

Here's how to use essential oils in the shower:

Choose the right oil: There are many essential oils to choose from, and each one has its own unique properties. Lavender, eucalyptus, peppermint, and lemon are popular choices for use in the shower.

Lavender is known for its calming properties, eucalyptus and peppermint are invigorating and energizing, and lemon is refreshing and uplifting.

Use a carrier: Essential oils are highly concentrated and can be too strong to use directly on the skin. It's important to use a carrier oil such as coconut, jojoba, or almond oil to dilute the essential oil before use.

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Add the oil to your shower: There are a few ways to add essential oils to your shower. You can add a few drops to a washcloth or loofah and place it on the floor of the shower. The steam from the shower will help to release the scent of the oil.

Alternatively, you can add a few drops of essential oil to your shampoo or body wash. Adding essential oil to haircare products is a great way to revitalize hair growth, re-sparking that shiny glow.


Breathe deeply: Once the essential oil has been added to your shower, take a few deep breaths and inhale the scent. This will help create equanimity in your mind while relaxing your body.

Now, i bet you're wondering..

Can I use any essential oil in the shower?

Well, not exactly.

Not all essential oils are suitable for use in the shower. Some oils, such as cinnamon and clove, can be irritating to the skin when used in high concentrations.

You should carefully research the properties of the essential oil before using it in the shower or stick to the aforementioned products in this post.

Also, if you have sensitive skin be sure to dilute the essential oil before use and do a patch test to ensure that you don't have an allergic reaction.

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