Homemade Vapor Shower Disks are a lot like the Shower Soothers I used to use when I wasn’t feeling well. They have been one of my favorite home remedies and I hope you’ll find it helpful when you find yourself needing a little extra TLC during the cold and flu season.
In my ongoing attempt at removing the chemicals from my home over the last couple years, I learned that so many of the things we used to use before we knew better are filled with toxic junk that actually makes us sicker in so many ways.
It is so easy to make your own homemade vapor shower soothers that I will never return to store bought kind again!
Shower Soothers Recipe
How to Make Shower Soothers
In a small bowl mix baking soda and slowly mix in water until it becomes just a tad more liquid than a paste.
Add cornstarch to the mixture and mix well.
Pour into your desired molds.
I prefer silicone molds like these because it is easier to remove them without breaking them.
Bake at 350 degrees for about 20 minutes, allow to cool and remove from pan.
Add 5 drops of Lavender and Eucalyptus onto each disk and allow the oils to soak in.
Store in mason jars or a plastic container.
How to Use Shower Soothers
To use simply drop one into the bottom of your shower when needed and allow the vapors to steam out.
These Shower Soothers are just one of the natural home remedies I like to have on hand during this time of year.
*Saving Dollars and Sense Tip: I only use Young Living Essential Oils because they are so much more than just aromatic perfume grade oils. When looking for all natural ways to keep my family above the wellness line, I wouldn’t trust anything buy high quality therapeutic grade essential oils.
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