DIY Easy 2 Ingredient Stress Relief Bath Soak

With all the stresses that come with everyday life, it is increasingly important to find time in your busy schedule for rest and relaxation. High-stress levels can create serious issues that directly affect your health. That is why it is important to practice stress relieving activities to help lower stress levels and contribute to a healthier lifestyle.

A therapeutic bath is a fantastic way to relieve tension in muscles, lower blood pressure, relieve stress, and restore healthy sleeping habits- but store-bought bath soaps can be expensive and contain synthetic colors and fragrances.

Making stress relieving bath soak at home is easy when you know the essentials to a successful soak- good quality salt and effective essential oil. This easy 2-ingredient relaxing bath soak will make your life easier and help soothe your body and mind after a difficult work day.

  1. 2 cups of Pacific Sea Salt– the minerals in sea salt work with warm water to rejuvenate and cleanse your skin. Pacific Resources International harvests their sea salt with natural evaporation from the pristine oceans surrounding the coast of New Zealand to maintain all of the natural minerals present in the salt, making it perfect for an all-natural, nutrient dense bath soak!
  2. 3-5 drops of Manuka Oil– this oil is antibacterial, anti-fungal, and anti-inflammatory. Manuka oil is a known relaxant and can be used in your bath to fight feelings of anxiety, anger, and stress with aromatherapy alone.

It is important to only use top quality ingredients like the ones listed above for your homemade soak in order to receive the maximum benefits of your therapeutic bath. Dissolve these ingredients in a hot bath for a luxurious and detoxifying experience. Happy soaking!

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