What is Tub tea and how to use it
Tub tea is an herbal bath salt soak which is basically bath salts mixed with other skin loving ingredients. The bath salts range from Epsom salts, Dead sea salts, Himalayan salts, and even activated charcoal sea salts. The salts are then mixed with ingredients like coconut milk powder (makes your skin feel silkyyy soft after), oatmeal, dried flowers like lavender, roses, chamomile, and varying teas. The reason people call it Tub Tea is because you "steep" your bath, you pour the bath soak into a thin cotton bag so when you put it in your bath, all the salts dissolve but the ingredients that don't dissolve stay in the bag so it doesn't get all over the bath! I like to squeeze the bag over my body and rub it on my skin for a gentle exfoliation and really absorb all the good stuff.
Checkout my favorites:
Rose Petal & Himalayan Salt Detox: Dead Sea salts with essential oils: Lavender, Chamomile, Lemongrass, Cedarwood. Epsom salts, Himalayan salt, Rose petals
Coconut Milk Bath with Chamomile: Dead Sea salts, Epsom salts, Coconut milk powder, Oatmeal, Chamomile tea, Cornflowers
Lavender & Oats with Essential Oils: Dead Sea salts infused with lavender essential oil, Epsom salts, Oatmeal, Dried lavender
Eucalyptus + Tea Tree with Green Tea and Coconut: Dead Sea salts, Eucalyptus essential oil, Tea tree essential oil, peppermint essential oil, Epsom salts, Coconut milk powder, Green tea + Oolong tea, Hibiscus, rose, calendula, sunflower petals, rosehip
Rose Petals & Charcoal Detox: Dead Sea salts with essential oils: Lavender, Chamomile, Lemongrass, Cedarwood. Epsom salts, Himalayan salt, Activated charcoal black sea salt, Rose petals
Hot to Use:
Pour about 1/2 a cup into the reusable bag and toss into warm bath water. Squeeze bag for thorough soaking and rub bag on skin. When finished, compost remaining contents in bag, wash, lay flat to dry and reuse!
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