Bath melts are small bars made with moisturizing body butters. They are tossed into a hot bath to melt, resulting in a fragrant and skin-softening bath time experience. The skin-nourishing fats and oil in these DIY bath melts will partially mix with your bath water, but mainly float on top to soften your skin. To make these even more fun and luxurious, add dried botanicals and/or essential oils.

Eucalyptus Bath Melts

The skin-nourishing fats and oil in these DIY bath melts will partially mix with your bath water, but mainly float on top to soften your skin. To make these even more fun and luxurious, add dried botanicals and/or essential oils.

These eucalyptus bath melts look like mini jewels and release a wonderful spa-like scent in your bath. They are great for sore muscles and relieving flue symptoms. Get the tutorial from Home Baked Bliss.

DIY Lavender Shower Melts

The skin-nourishing fats and oil in these DIY bath melts will partially mix with your bath water, but mainly float on top to soften your skin. To make these even more fun and luxurious, add dried botanicals and/or essential oils.

Take advantage of these easy No citric acid shower melts to invigorate your shower and relax your mind to keep you calm! Get the tutorial from Savvy Naturalista.

Lemon Balm Bath Melts

The skin-nourishing fats and oil in these DIY bath melts will partially mix with your bath water, but mainly float on top to soften your skin. To make these even more fun and luxurious, add dried botanicals and/or essential oils.

If your way of unwinding after a long day is taking a bath, these homemade bath melts are for you! They are quick to make and can be stored in the freezer until your next bath. Whenever you take a bath, just throw one of these bath melts in and enjoy the wonderful lemon balm scent and feel your muscles relax. Get the tutorial from Home Baked Bliss.

DIY Scented Wax Melts

The skin-nourishing fats and oil in these DIY bath melts will partially mix with your bath water, but mainly float on top to soften your skin. To make these even more fun and luxurious, add dried botanicals and/or essential oils.

Learn how to make Scented Wax Melts to burn safely in a decorative warmer to add fragrance to your home. Wax melts or tarts are scented chunks of wax. They are placed into decorative warmers, also called tart-burners, where the heat gently melts the wax and releases the fragrance. Get the tutorial from Purely Katie.

DIY Matcha Bath Melts

The skin-nourishing fats and oil in these DIY bath melts will partially mix with your bath water, but mainly float on top to soften your skin. To make these even more fun and luxurious, add dried botanicals and/or essential oils.

These luxurious DIY matcha bath melts are made with skin soothing oils, so they’re the perfect remedy for dry winter skin. Get the tutorial from Hello Glow.

Eucalyptus Cold + Flu Shower Melts

The skin-nourishing fats and oil in these DIY bath melts will partially mix with your bath water, but mainly float on top to soften your skin. To make these even more fun and luxurious, add dried botanicals and/or essential oils.

If you have had the flu this year, then you know what a terrible ordeal that can be! We would make a batch of eucalyptus shower melts to keep on hand for any other winter sickness that pops up this year. Eucalyptus oil is a great decongestant and combined with the lavender and rosemary (both have calming properties) and the bright lemon notes, you’ll get a relaxing shower that can also help clear your airways. Get the tutorial from A Beautiful Mess.

Citrus Shower Bombs (Melts)

The skin-nourishing fats and oil in these DIY bath melts will partially mix with your bath water, but mainly float on top to soften your skin. To make these even more fun and luxurious, add dried botanicals and/or essential oils.

Take advantage of this citrus season and invigorate your shower with these lovely citrus shower melts. Get the tutorial from Savvy Naturalista.

DIY Unicorn Macaroon Bath Bomb Melts

The skin-nourishing fats and oil in these DIY bath melts will partially mix with your bath water, but mainly float on top to soften your skin. To make these even more fun and luxurious, add dried botanicals and/or essential oils.

Learn how to make your own cute and easy DIY Unicorn Macaroon Bath Bomb Melts! As it turned out these cute little magical creatures proofed to be quite the challenge to turn into bath fizzies. Get the tutorial from The Makeup Dummy.

Peppermint & Eucalyptus Shower Melts

The skin-nourishing fats and oil in these DIY bath melts will partially mix with your bath water, but mainly float on top to soften your skin. To make these even more fun and luxurious, add dried botanicals and/or essential oils.

The peppermint and eucalyptus (with a touch of orange) smell SO incredibly refreshing and always make me feel more awake and ready for my day! Get the tutorial from A Beautiful Mess.

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