WHAT ARE SHOWER STEAMERS? Shower Steamers release essential oils and menthol crystals into the air during a normal shower to help soothe inflamed nasal tissue, relieve sinus headaches, and promote drainage to relieve sinus pain.
Shower Steamers are made with essential oils such as eucalyptus, lavender, rosemary, wintergreen, sweet orange & lemongrass combined with crushed menthol crystals. Inhale the fumes to help relieve sinus pain, pressure, or congestion. NOT FOR USE IN BATHS.
How to use: Shower time is supposed to be serious!.. Seriously relaxing that is! Unlike a bath bomb that must be submerged to work, shower steamers are generally higher in essential oil concentration and therefore shouldn't be used in the tub as the higher Essential Oil levels may irritate sentive skin. Instead, place the shower steamer into a corner of the shower where it's out of the direct spray, but will get some water splashed on it - either when you reach for the shampoo bottle or deliberately drip water on the shower steamer. The point is to get it wet, but not allow it to dissolve all at once. Breathe in and relax as the aromas of the menthol crystals and essential oils rise!
Essential Oils Effects on Mind: Lavender: Appears to cleanse and calm the emotions, relieving anger or exhaustion. It's balancing effect on central nervous system may be valuable in depressive states.
Rosemary: Clears head, helping memory. Relieves mental strain or lethargy. Invigorating if experiencing mental weakness.
Sweet Orange: Uplifting dispersing gloomy thoughts, emotional tangles, obsessions or a fear of the unknown, creating a positive outlook. Reviving when feeling bored or listless.
Lemongrass: Purifying, stimulating and refreshing for the mind. Helpful for mental fatigue and loss of concentration.
Eucalyptus: Cools emotions, clears exhausted or distracted minds.
Wintergreen: The crisp fresh scent of Wintergreen has an invigorating and clearing effect on the mind and body.