Homemade Lavender Chamomile Bath Oil for Relaxation

Posted On November 16, 2019

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Lately, I have been having a hard time finding a nice relaxing bath oil that doesn’t dry out my skin.

Recently, I came up with my own homemade relaxing moisturizing bath oil recipe to use in my bath.

It is my homemade lavender chamomile bath oil.

It is very relaxing and calming and doesn’t dry out my skin.

Ingredients For Making Homemade Lavender Chamomile Bath Oil

The ingredients I used to make my homemade lavender chamomile bath oil are:

  • ½ cup of melted coconut oil
  • ½ cup of jojoba oil
  • ½ cup of almond oil
  • ½ cup of olive oil
  • 10 drops of lavender oil and
  • 5 drops of chamomile oil.

You can find all these ingredients in your local health food store for under $10 for each product.

The materials I used to help me make my homemade lavender chamomile bath oil was 1 empty plastic bottle and a large glass measuring cup with an easy to pour spout on it.

If you do not have these materials in your kitchen, you can find them at your local dollar store for a $1 each.

 

How To Make The Homemade Lavender Chamomile Bath Oil

The way I make my homemade lavender chamomile bath oil is by measuring out the ½ cup of melted coconut oil, ½ cup of jojoba oil, ½ cup of almond oil, ½ cup of olive oil, 10 drops of lavender oil, and 5 drops of chamomile oil and pouring them directly into the glass measuring cup.

After, I simply pour the ingredients into my bottle and cover it with a lid and shake all the ingredients together. After shaking you will have a nice relaxing and calming hydrating bath oil to use in your bath whenever you want to.

The way I like to use my homemade lavender chamomile bath oil in my bath is simply by filling up my bath tub with tons of warm water and pouring about a cup of the bath oil directly into the tub full of water.

After, I simply get into the tub and soak for as long as I can along the oils to soften my skin and the aroma of the lavender and chamomile to fill the room.

After I am done soaking, I simply get out of the tub and dry off my skin and wipe off any of the extra oils and water that might be left on my skin, and put some comfortable clothing on and relax some more..

​The only things I would recommend you do if your going to use this homemade bath oil ladies, is that you put your hair up or in a shower cap because your hair can become a little oily from the bath and if you get the oil in your hair you will have to wash it out otherwise you will get it all over your clothing.

If you do get it in your hair, don’t worry that the oils will damage it because they won’t. They will just condition and nourish your hair.

Heck, sometimes I just pour my homemade lavender chamomile bath oil over my hair as a nice natural oil hair treatment.

Anyways, I hope those of you who make my homemade lavender chamomile bath oil have a very easy time making it, and enjoy it in your bath tub if you do decide to use it.

I know I sure did and will not buy anymore store bath oils to soak in anymore.

Enjoy your relaxing, calming, and hydrating bath.

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Written by Daniel Michaels

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