The properties and benefits of Young Living Essential Oils seem to have no limits. Whether they are used as a vapour, topical, or for ingestion, as the case may be, our products have one purpose, to contribute to the health and well-being of those who use them. However, one of their greatest benefits can be obtained by using essential oils in a bath.

You have probably wondered if you can put essential oils in the bath. So we want to help you not only answer this question, but also provide some tips so that you can get the most out of the benefits of using essential oils in this space in your home.

Why Use Essential Oils in the Bathroom

Using essential oils for the bath is a flattering element in many ways. After a busy day, taking the stress out of your routine with a good hot shower and using essential oils is the perfect plan for relaxing and spending a few minutes alone.

In addition to relaxing, a bath of essential oils, contribute to lift the mood and enjoy a refreshing aroma that will help you forget the heaviness of a hard day, or start the day with all the energy needed.

Which Essential Oils to Use in the Bath?

If you’re looking for just one essential oil to use in the bath, you may find it difficult to choose from the variety Young Living has to offer. Each has wonderful properties that will help you enjoy a unique shower experience.

For more details, we’ll leave a short list of the most recommended essential bath oils for your use. This way you can choose the one that’s right for you.

Lavender Oil

Lavender essential oil is one of Young Living’s favorite foods. Its benefits are multiple in many ways, and in the shower it is no exception. Using lavender essential oil in the bath can provide excellent results.

Eliminating tension in the body, improving blood circulation, and aiding in breathing are some of the benefits of this oil. In addition, it decreases inflammation and pain, helps in relaxation and contributes to deeper sleep.

Eucalyptus Oil

In addition to being an excellent anti-inflammatory. Eucalyptus oil helps to relieve pain and eliminate discomfort. Due to its strong aroma, it helps to decongest the respiratory tract.

Young Living’s Eucalyptus Radiata oil works perfectly as a relaxant and stimulant. It helps provide energy. Its scent is mild and comforting, so it is highly recommended for children.

Direct inhalation, in a diffuser, or use in the shower directly is very beneficial. So it is one of our favourites for the bath.

Lemon oil

With antiseptic, astringent and detoxifying properties, lemon oil contributes greatly to the benefit of the skin. It also helps to improve and strengthen the immune system. The diffusion of this oil while showering, contributes to maintain a fresh, clean and hydrated skin. In addition to excellent mood.

Citrus Fresh

One of the best mixtures of essential oils for bath. It combines the properties of lemon, orange and grapefruit in a single oil. Perfect as an energizer and also with an excellent aroma with a touch of menthol, which allows you to get the necessary freshness in the shower.

Ylang Ylang

Skin and hair care is much more efficient with this powerful oil. Using Young Living Ylang Ylang in the bath will not only ensure a moisturizing shower, but also be comforting because of the sweet, romantic scent this essential oil exudes in the bath.

Important Tips

Making the most of every drop of essential oil in the bath is very important. Therefore, you must apply it carefully. Whether you diffuse the essential oil, or use it in the shower, it is important not to exceed the amount.

You can apply it in a diffuser and enjoy a relaxing smell, which will also allow you to inhale all the properties of the essential oils you use.

You can also place a few drops of oil in the palm of your hand and mix them with the water in your bathtub. This way, when you enjoy your bath, you will be able to feel how the essential oils act directly on your skin, providing excellent benefits.

Make sure the oils you prefer to use are indicated for direct topical use, or require dilution in a carrier oil for safety and effect.

To learn more about essential oils, visit our essential oil uses and benefits page with over 100 different ways you can use essential oils to maintain a healthy lifestyle.