Rose Jam, $8.95 at Lush
ThisInstagrammable macaron lookalike is actually a rose perfume and lemon-infused bubbleroon with shea butter “icing.” Crumble into hot water for a scented bath that also works to make your skin soft.
Orange Blossom, Lilac and Jasmine Bubble Bath, $38 at Saks
If you’re big on baths and looking to splurge a little, invest in this incredibly aromatic bubble bath. It features jojoba oil, honey, aloe vera and green tea and is perfect for that weekly bubble bath you’ve got planned.
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Moroccan Rose Otto Bath Oil, $48 at Sephora
Every bath needs an efficient bath oil and this calming product infused with Moroccan rose otto oil and sesame seed oil is the ultimate bath accessory. It is designed to make your skin soft and your mind ready to take on inevitable stress. You just need to pour a few drops into the bath.
Eucalyptus and Spearmint Foaming Bath, $4.99 at Ulta Beauty
This bath essential has all you need for a foaming bath. It has eucalyptus and spearmint, which are not just refreshing, they’re also major stress relievers.
Sake Bath, $82 at Fresh
This incredible bath soak is infused with fruit and over 50 percent real sake. It also has pure ginger and sesame seed oil. This relaxes muscles, increases circulation and gets rid of toxins. You can put it in a bath and then wash it off.
The Experimenter, $8.95 at Lush
If you’re looking to have some fun in the tub, go for this bomb that gives you a Technicolor bath. It’s basically like taking a bath in Candy Land. It also features popping candy, tonka absolute and vanilla.
Detox Soaking Salts, $18 at Herbivore Botanicals
The only hardworking soaking salts you’ll need. This Herbivore Botanicals product is made of Cambrian blue clay and a combination of eucalyptus essential oil and lavender. Cambrian blue clay permeates deep into our pores to draw out impurities and if you’re looking for a naturally scented aromatic experience, opt for this one.
A good bath can make a lot of your problems go away. Especially in winter, a well set up warm bath is basically a spa. And even if you’re not a bath person, you should try taking it seriously as a wellness option. A bath aids your mental well-being and can be so therapeutic. So if you invest time, money and thought into your daily skin care regimen, there’s no reason you shouldn’t do the same for basic wellness alternatives.
And there are so many products out there to help you. From bath bombs to body mists to bath scents, here’s a thrifty bath guide for you.