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Eucalyptus Bath & Body Collection

Eucalyptus has many wonderful benefits for both health and body care. The good news for you is that you can use it in its many forms to get the different benefits. You have a choice of our eucalyptus soap, bath salts, essential oil, and massage oil. Let’s start at the top:

Eucalyptus Essential Oil for Hair Nourishment

Use our eucalyptus essential oil to grow a full head of hair. The oil is known to stimulate hair follicles and the constriction of blood vessels, which encourages more blood flow to the follicles. That will promote hair growth.

For the best results, blend a few drops of your Sonoma Eucalyptus Essential Oil with some coconut oil and gently work into the hair. The coconut and eucalyptus oils are also fabulously hydrating, which softens your hair. 

So, you do not only get a more voluminous head of hair, but soft and luminous locks that aren’t prone to breaking. Eucalyptus oil is also an effective insecticide that will keep head lice out of your hair, literally.

Eucalyptus Bath for Muscle Pain Relief

Work 20 to 30 drops of eucalyptus oil into your hot bath for an effective muscle pain remedy. The oil has anti-inflammatory and analgesic properties that help relax tired muscles and soothe aches. Of course, for a truly therapeutic bath, the bath soap of choice is our Fun Eucalyptus Dragonfly & Frog Shaped Guest Soap.

The effect is the same when you use the oil to massage stiff and aching muscles. But, for that, we recommend our Generously Rich Eucalyptus Massage Oil, which is specially formulated for body massages.

Eucalyptus Oil in Bath for Smooth, More Beautiful Skin

Our eucalyptus exfoliating salt scrub in rich oils is specially formulated to remove dead skin cells and promote the growth of healthier, younger-looking skin. But, more generally, eucalyptus has been proven to be an effective anti-fungal. 

Applied topically, eucalyptus oil can help ease itching caused by fungal infections like athlete’s foot and ringworm. The oil also helps in the management of acne boils and cysts, which it helps to dry, and blemishes that it can help to clear.

As an effective antibacterial, eucalyptus bath salt destroys the bacteria that clogs pores and causes acne boils. And, as an anti-inflammatory, eucalyptus eases the pain and irritation from the same boils. So, overall, a eucalyptus bath (whether you medicate with the oil, soap or salt) has great benefits for the skin.