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When your body feels out of whack it causes a domino effect of other issues: headaches, fatigue, and overall lack of desire to do anything but soak in a hot bath and park it on the couch for a few days. With almost a whole work week ahead of me, laying around catching up on my fall shows is the last thing I have time for (even if it’s the first thing on my to-do list!). So when my day unwinds, I plan on trying one of these sore muscle soaks to destress from my day. With a few specific Essential Oils and some tension-relieving Epsom salts, along with a tub full of steamy, hot water, I’m sure to be feeling more like myself in no time. If your activities have left you feeling a little tense, grab these ingredients and soak away your stress too!

Sore Muscle Bath Soak #1

What to do:

While filling the bathtub with warm water to at least 2/3 full, add in the baking soda, Epsom Salts and Sea Salt. Add one of the essential oil blends listed above when the tub is almost full. Dim the lights, light a candle, and let the stress steam away while you soak up all the goodness in this relaxing bath!

Sore Muscle Bath Soak #2

What to do:

While filling the bathtub with warm water to at least 2/3 full, add in your Epsom Salts and Sea Salt. Add one of the essential oil blends listed above when the tub is almost filled. Hop in, relax, and enjoy a little quiet time while your aches and pains melt away!

Feel good this season! Let us know if you try out either of these sore muscle bath soaks. While you’re here check out more of our DIY recipes from our blog.


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As with all products, users should test a small amount prior to normal extended use. If pregnant or suffering from illness, consult a doctor before use. 

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