This easy winter shower melts recipe is quick to come together and holds its shape so you can get relief from the season. Let’s get started!
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Winter Shower Melts Recipe: Relief from the Season
Here on Ruffles and Rain Boots, we love to make our own bath products. Our bath bomb recipes for beginners and shower fizzies recipes are popular because they work for anyone!
These shower melts aren’t the ones that dissolve instantly when placed in the shower stream – I dislike it when the shower melts are gone in seconds! I’ve made an easy shower melts recipe maximizes the aromatherapy release for cold relief.
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- 1 cup baking soda
- 1/2 cup Epsom salts
- 1/2 cup cornstarch
- 2-3 tablespoons melted coconut oil
- 10-20 drops lime, eucalyptus, and thyme essential oils (10-20 drops of each oil, your choice)
- blue mica powder
- small silicone mold (I used two: this fun shape mold and this mini brownie mold)
- spray bottle with rubbing alcohol or witch hazel
- large and small bowls
How to Make This Shower Melts Recipe
These shower melts hold their shape for a while, making them great for a nice, long dose of natural sinus-relief. If you have a DIY bath playlist on YouTube, here is our winter shower melts video tutorial.
How to Store and Use These Easy Shower Melts
These winter shower melts make a great gift for yourself or others. These aromatherapy melts should be stored in an airtight container or in airtight bags. Note: if you make larger shower melts, you can even heat-shrink them in their own cello bags.
To use our easy winter shower melts recipe, just place one of the melts in the shower’s water stream and breathe deeply. Note: these are NOT to be used as bath bombs because of the high concentration of essential oils.
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