Eucalyptus Relaxing Bath Soak

A relaxing muscle soak that will open your airways and bring calm at the end of the day. Jesse approved.

If its good enough for Jesse Williams, shouldn’t you give it a try? This is one of his favourite bath blends to use when he feels achy, stuffed up, or just exhausted after a long day of shooting Grey’s Anatomy. He told me this himself. I pinky promise 😉


1/2 cup epsom salts

1 tbsp jojoba oil

4 drops eucalyptus essential oilView Details

Eucalyptus Essential Oil

SGD $18.00

In stock

Inhale. Exhale. Feel the power. Eucalyptus has a minty-fresh, medicinal aroma that can’t be missed. It’s a champion for a strong, healthy breath, and is amazing when used in a steam inhalation or in an inhaler for colds, flu, and allergies.

3 drops lavender essential oilView Details

Lavender Essential Oil

SGD $24.00

In stock

You want this oil on your side. Everybody does. That’s probably why lavender is one of the most popular and versatile oils in aromatherapy. Its soft, floral, and fresh aroma calms the mind and body, eases tension, and is great to support sleep.


A small bowl or jar


Step 1 Combine the jojoba oil and essential oils in a small bowl or jar.

Step 2 Mix in the salts. You can use a spoon, or your hands.

Step 3 Pour the blend into the bath and swirl the water around to disperse the blend evenly.

Step 4 Climb in, soak, and take a deep breath.

Step 5 If you try out this recipe, please review it below. I would love to hear how you liked it.


Marra Hensby

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Fun Fact! Did you know…

1.) Inhaling essential oils stimulates the olfactory system, and therefore the central nervous system. (What a great way to calm down!)