You are crazy for bath salts, bath teas and bath bombs but you do not have a bath tub... now what?

Updated: Apr 10

Do you love bath salts, bath bombs, bath teas and anything bath time? Are your long and stressful days spent making plans for a relaxing evening soaking up essential oil and bath salt benefits by candle light? You may have scoured the internet for DIY bath recipes you just can't wait to try but there is one big one problem... you do not have a bath tub!


So what now? You can forget all about your bath soak fantasies and continue to simply browse at the selection of bath salts, bath teas and bath bombs while muttering "who needs a bath tub anyway?" Or you can keep reading to find out some creative ways to put those bath salts, bath teas and bath bombs to work for you WITHOUT A BATH TUB!


Congratulations, you are not a quitter!

For anyone who has ventured into the world of natural skin care or indulged in self love rituals, you have probably read about how the blends of rock salts, sea salts, herbs and essential oils dissolved in warm water baths have long been used to ease the body and mind, and treat mental and physical health ailments. For centuries, research into bathing traditions and natural healing solutions have offered evidence for the use of warm baths, essential oils and herbs to improve sleep quality, manage anxiety and stress, treat skin conditions, and cleanse the body of toxins. A 2016 research study on heat therapy offered evidence for how a warm bath can improve circulation and vascular function and help reduce inflammation. Dermatology studies into eczema and dry skin condition have shown how bathing in warm oat bath can soothe the skin and alleviate skin irritation. Himalayan salt Detox baths have gained in popularity with a reputation for cleansing the body of toxins while also stimulating circulation and soothing sore muscles. Epsom salt baths are the staple of self care rituals and offer a natural solution to treating muscle pain, stiffness and aching joints. So what does all this have to do with you not having a bath tub but wanting all the health benefits of these natural antidotes?

If you want it, you can have it!


Below are 4 creative ways to enjoy bath salts, bath bombs, and bath teas without a bath tub 1. Make a scrub! This is as easy as adding any skin nourishing oil to your bath salt or bath tea blend and rubbing it all over your body with love. I prefer to use coconut oil because not only is it moisturizing for the skin but it also contains lauric acid which has antimicrobial properties that can help protect against harmful microorganisms.


You can make a small blend for one time use in a bowl, or mix up a batch and store in a mason jar for use as a body exfoliant. To get the most benefits from your DIY scrub made fro