Have you ever considered the therapeutic benefits of bathing in flowers during the summer? This ancient practice has been used for centuries to promote relaxation and rejuvenation. Let's explore the art of bathing in summer flowers and how it can enhance your well-being.

What are the Benefits of Bathing in Flowers?

Bathing in flowers can help reduce stress and anxiety, promote better sleep, and improve skin health. The natural scents and oils released by the flowers can have a calming effect on the mind and body, creating a sense of tranquility and peace.

How to Create a Flower Bath

To create your own flower bath, start by gathering a variety of summer flowers such as lavender, chamomile, rose petals, and calendula.

  • Fresh flowers simply add to your bath and step in. Adding some salt to your bath will help your muscles relax.
  • You can also steep your fresh flowers like a tea, drain the water and add to your bath.  Make sure to add some fresh petels to float around the tub!
  • Dried Flowers are best ground up (use a blender or mortar and pestle) add salt and grind further.  This mix should be 50/50.  Add to bath.
  • Add one of our BATH BOMBS too make it extra special


Fill a bathtub with warm water and add the flowers, allowing them to steep for at least 10-15 minutes to release their beneficial properties.

When is the Best Time to Bathe in Flowers?

The summer solstice, the longest day of the year, is the perfect time to indulge in a flower bath. Bathing during the full moon, new moon can also enhance the ritual, as the moon's energy is believed to amplify the healing properties of the flowers.

Final Thoughts

Bathing in summer flowers is a simple yet powerful way to relax, unwind, and connect with nature. Whether you're looking to de-stress after a long day or simply pamper yourself, a flower bath can be a luxurious and rejuvenating experience. So why not treat yourself to a soothing soak in a tub filled with fragrant summer blooms?




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