If you feel sluggish, depressed, thinking negatively, or have fatigue, cleanse your mind and body with a cypress aroma bath.
You can feel the scent of an authentic Hinoki Buro and feel like you have been to a Japanese hot spring, so it has a high relaxing effect and is a perfect self-care for recovering from fatigue.
Before enjoying the hot bath with Hinoki oil, please read safety tips for essential oils in the hot bath. If you use them in the wrong way, it can sauce skin troubles.
How To Dissolve Hinoki Essential Oils in A Hot Bath
Water and essential oils will not properly mix together when just adding the oil in the hot tub. Imagine making a salad dressing.
Hinoki cypress essential oils are strong, so it is not safe to put them directly in a hot tub without diluting them.
Note that mix essential oils with carrier oil and emulsifier to make bath oil to combine the oil and water and also it is safe for your skin. Undiluted use of essential oils can cause skin irritations or sensitizations.
If you enjoy an aromatherapy bath, you want to prevent the separation of water and oil and also should be safe for your skin. Even if the essential oil is diluted with a carrier oil, the carrier oil is oil. It remains separate from the hot water.
Another safety tip is to emulsify HInoki essential oil. Use an emulsifier which is binding oil and water-based components together.
- 6 drops of Hinoki oil
- 3 drops of Cedarwood
- 5 drops of rosewood
- 1 tsp of Carrier oil
- 1 tsp of emulsifier
How To Make Hinoki Bath Oil
For 2-3 times hot bath
- Put 1 tsp of emulsifier in a measuring cup or a bowl.
- Add 1 tsp of carrier oil.
- Drop essential oils and mix well.
- Store it in the infinity jar.
Use Japanese Bath Salts
There are Japanese bath salts that have the scent of Hinoki cypress.
Besides the scent, Japanese bath salts promote mental and physical health benefits.
Get To Know Hot Bath Benefits
Do you know that bathing in the hot water brings attracting health benefits?
If you feel stressed, exhausted, have body aches or muscle tension, soak your body in the warm water.
The “hot spring” in Japanese is called “Onsen” as you know. The Japanese and also Europeans have been enjoying hot baths from ancient years because we know lots of health benefits.