Shower Melts are a great way to help clear up congestion in the shower. Whip up a batch of these Homemade Lemon Peppermint Shower Melts and keep them on hand when allergies or dry air reek havoc on your breathing.
It’s no secret that as a mom, some days require a bit more of a boost in the mornings than others. If you’ve got a big deadline, you’ve been up all night or you just need some me time, that’s where shower melts come in. These shower melts are designed to give your morning shower – and you!- a bit more energy than normal so you can stay a rockstar through your day.
Diy Shower melts are one of life’s easiest luxuries. They’re extremely simple to whip up a batch and adding them into your morning routine makes such a difference. It’s the little things in life… 😉
These homemade shower melts feature peppermint and lemon essential oils. Peppermint has been shown to release tension, stress and boost your alertness. Lemon is a citrus oil and it helps to give your mood a bit of a boost.
These shower melts dissolve fairly quickly in hot shower and give off their powerful scent as they dissolve. They’re a simple way to boost your mood during your morning routine.
Materials to Make Homemade Shower Melts
- 1 cup baking soda
- 1/4 cup citric acid
- 1/2 cup Epsom salt
- 1/4 teaspoon mica
- 25 drops lemon oil
- 15 drops peppermint oil
- 2 teaspoon water
- Small water bottle with water
How to Make Lemon Peppermint Shower Melts
In a medium bowl combine the first four ingredients. Mix well. In a small bowl combine the oils and water. Pour the water into the larger bowl and expect some fizz.
Using a fork mix all the ingredients together until everything starts to look a bit wet.
Grab an empty ice cube tray and portion half of the mixture into the cubes. Use a spatula to really press the mixture down- the more you press down the better they will hold together.
Divide the remaining mixture on top and press down firmly once again. Use a few squirt of the spray bottle to top off the melts and press down one last time.
Let them sit on the counter for twenty four hours to firm up. Afterwards, pop them out as ice cubes and store in a glass jar.
When you want to use one simply grab a melt and place it the drain of your shower so it gets hit with the hot water running down- this is what helps it melt.
Grab your free printable for our Citrus Lemon Shower Melt recipe:
These shower melts give you the perfect pick me up in the mornings. They’re a small indulgence that helps lift your mood and get you ready for your day- plus, they make great gifts!