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5 Recipes for Herbal Tea Baths

February 6, 2018

Tea isn’t just for drinking—it can also be a part of your mindful beauty practice.

You can use tea to create a luxurious bath experience. You simply mix a few ingredients together, fill a muslin bag, and let your tea bag soak in your next bath. Or you can use string to hang the muslin bag under the waterspout so the tea defuses as the tub fills with hot water. The herbs and other mindful ingredients will help heal and nourish your skin.

Interested in making an herbal tea bath? Check out the different bath teas listed below. They are easy to put together and they make for a great birthday, anniversary, and Valentine’s Day gift.

  • Lavender and rose tea bath. With this recipe you mix together Dead Sea salt, Epsom salt, dried lavender, crushed rose hips, and lavender or rose essential oil. The rose can help refresh your skin and the lavender can help calm your nerves. You can find the directions here.
  • Springtime tea bath. Is your skin in the need of some T.L.C.? This recipe calls for dried lavender, dried roses, dried chamomile, dried calendula, and dried red clover. The chamomile relieves pain, the red clover reduces skin inflammation, and the calendula (also known as marigold) can be used to help treat eczema and rashes. If you would you like to make this relaxing bath item, follow these instructions.
  • Renewing tea bath. For this bath tea, you need a variety of dried flowers including, linden flowers, meadowsweet, hibiscus, lemon verbena, chamomile, rose, honeysuckle, red clover, and calendula. The linden flowers help with relaxation and the meadowsweet can help improve your mood, so it’s no surprise that this recipe is called “Renew.” For further directions check out this blog post.
  • Refreshing tea bath. This recipe has a strong yet pleasant scent. You mix together mint leaves, lemon verbena, lemon balm, lemongrass, jasmine flowers, basil, and eucalyptus. The jasmine refreshes your skin, the mint heals your skin, and the eucalyptus can help open up your nasal passages. Are you looking for a refreshing bath? Consider these directions.
  • Green/White tea bath. To keep your youthful glow try a tea bath that’s full of antioxidants. This recipe calls for dried chamomile, dried lavender, dried roses, and green tea or white tea. Green tea and white tea have antioxidant properties that can help prevent aging and nourish the skin. To make this simple tea, follow these mindful tips.
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