It doesn’t matter if it’s mountain cedar, mold, or random blooming flowers, I’m allergic to all of it. But I’m prepared with these sweet allergy relief shower fizzies. That way I can break the allergy cycle in the shower before it gets me down.
Allergy Relief Shower Fizzies
Here at Ruffles and Rain Boots, we love a great shower fizzie recipe. Seriously, we’re all about the bath bomb and shower fizzie recipe ideas–they’re such a nice self-care activity that takes almost no effort in comparison to the reward. And, that’s something special about bath bombs and shower fizzies…sometimes you get a little of both!
Meaning (oooh, drum-roll) that these allergy relief shower fizzies can totally be made into bath bombs as well! So that means allergy relief can come in the shower or the tub. Sweet, right? Let’s get started.
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Tips to Make this Allergy Bath Bomb
Place a shower fizzy away from direct spray but where it will get overspray. When the water connects with the fizzy, the sinus-clearing oils are released. And the moment of relief is headed your way.
To make an allergy relief bath bomb with this recipe, just use a round bath bomb mold. Easy peasy.
- Be sure to use this in the morning before your allergies hit their peak when you head out to work–prevention is the name of the game with allergies!
How Do I Make these Allergy Relief Shower Fizzies?
I’m so glad you asked. Below is our written tutorial. If you’re making a allergy bath bomb ideas playlist on YouTube, here is our allergy relief shower fizzies video tutorial.
- Mold with a flat bottom
- 2 cups Baking soda
- ¾ cup Citric acid
- 15-20 drops Lemon essential oil
- 15-20 drops Lavender essential oil
- 15-20 drops Peppermint essential oil
- 1/4 cup witch hazel (this will depend on the mix and the humidity in your area, so start with a couple of teaspoons)
- Combine baking soda and citric acid until well mixed.
- Add essential oils and stir very well - a whisk works great for mixing the oils into dry ingredients.
- Slowly add witch hazel, a couple of teaspoons at a time, stirring all the while. You want to add until the mixture is just slightly damp and holds shape when squeezed in your hand.
- If you like you can sprinkle a few dried lavender buds like I did, it adds a nice touch, especially if you are gifting, but it’s not necessary.
- Press mixture firmly into mold and allow to dry completely. I tend to leave mine overnight to be sure it is fully set.
- Carefully remove the shower fizzy from the mold and store them in an airtight container.
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More Shower Fizzie Recipe Ideas You Might Like
- Decongestant Bath Bombs – If you’re like me, allergies mean being congested for days. So, use your allergy relief shower fizzies in the morning, then follow it up with a decongestant bath bomb at night!
- Lemon Vanilla Bath Bombs – On a non-allergy day in spring, I love to relax in the bath with one of these lemon vanilla babies rolling away, filling my bathroom with smells of joy and summer. Sigh…
- Manly Shower Fizzies – Sometimes, a dude wants in on some fun-in-the-shower-action too. So make him these manly-smelling sandalwood and mint manly shower fizzies for funzies!
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