Essential bath oils are really good for stress reliever. I tried the lavender and I can say that it’s not only a stress reliever but it’s also nice for the skin. You can check this article as a guide for using essential oils.
No matter what your day has been like, a bath can be a very soothing experience for both you and your child. Whether you are helping to fight off congestion from a cold, soothing dry skin or eczema, or are simply looking for a calming bath before bed, essential oils are a fantastic natural option with very beneficial results. If nothing else, their aroma will leave you feeling relaxed and rejuvenated.
Essential oils are a highly concentrated (usually around 70 times more concentrated than the particular plant used) which is why a little goes a long way. Essential oil baths are an excellent therapy for many skin conditions, circulatory problems, respiratory symptoms, stress and tension, insomnia, and muscular pain. Essential oils also contribute to overall wellness with their unique and beautiful aromas.
Since essential oils are highly concentrated, they can cause irritation when applied topically without a carrier oil. Carrier oils are typically scentless oils derived from the fatty parts of plants, such as the nuts or seeds, and are used to emulsify your essential oil of choice. The following list is comprised of a few of the most popular types of carrier oils: