Flower Baths

Incorporating flowers into your baths can create a therapeutic bathing experience that nurtures both your body and mind.  After a long or stressful day, soaking in a beautiful floral bath is an excellent way to break up the monotony while also purifying your body. Flowers and flowering herbs have tremendous therapeutic benefits, and when combined in a tub with warm water, Epsom salts, and essential oils, you can create your own personal bedtime ritual that is both physically and mentally beneficial.  Have a go with these  flowers and see the results

Roses: Did you know they help hydrate dry cracked skin? Roses have numerous skin advantages in addition to their enticing aroma. Rose petals have natural oils that can be used to nourish and moisturise dry, damaged skin. They are high in vitamins and antioxidants, which help to maintain skin health and repair damaged tissues. Rose-infused baths may leave your skin soft and supple, making them a wonderful choice for pampering self-care activities.

Lavender Flower Buds: Lavender is one of the most widely utilised flowers in aromatherapy and relaxing techniques. The fragrance scent of lavender in a floral bath can have a significant relaxing impact on the mind and body. It promotes a sense of calm and better sleep by reducing tension and anxiety. Lavender baths can be extremely soothing after a long, exhausting day, bringing much-needed reprieve and regeneration.

Sunflowers: Sunflower petals are high in nutrients such as vitamins A, C, and E, as well as fatty acids, all of which are necessary for keeping good skin. Sunflower antioxidants protect the skin from environmental harm and encourage skin repair. Sunflower baths are especially good for persons with sun-damaged or stressed skin because they help to rejuvenate and nourish the skin.

Mint Leaves: Mint leaves are good for reviving baths since they have a refreshing and cooling impact on the skin. Mint contains natural menthol, which provides a mild tingling sensation that invigorates and rejuvenates the skin. Baths with mint can be extremely refreshing in hot weather or when you need a quick pick-me-up.

Jasmine Flowers: These wonderful flowers promote and soothe anxiety and uplift mood! Jasmine is well-known for its exotic and enticing aroma, but it also has medicinal benefits. The perfume of jasmine flowers can help to calm down anxiety naturally and brighten the mood, making it a great choice for promoting emotional well-being during your floral bath.


Before using any of these flowers, it might be an idea to do a patch test first to check for any allergic reactions, but then just lie back and relax in the soothing aromas.

Flower Baths