Does the mere mention of taking a bath conjure up images of bubbles, candlelight, and relaxation? The mixture of rose and lavender essential oils, combined with full-spectrum CBD can be the winning combination for a luxurious bath experience like no other.
Essential oils have been used for centuries for their therapeutic properties. Oils made from plant extracts have been used for a multitude of physical and psychological circumstances.
Rose essential oil is known to relieve stress and who isn’t stressed out these days. Relaxing both your body and mind is only the beginning, rose essential oils have also shown to help hydrate your skin, reduce signs of aging and relieve skin conditions such as eczema and rosacea. Lavender is also commonly used for stress and relaxation, as well as insomnia and assists in soothing inflamed skin.
While in a warm bath, these essential oils and CBD extract penetrate your skin while the steam carries the oils into your lungs, relaxing your mind and muscles. It’s also been shown to reduce pain and inflammation throughout the body.
While our skin blocks most substances from being absorbed, the proprietary technology of Aqueous Wellness’ water-soluble nanoencapsulation takes these ingredients to the next level. The essential oils and hemp extract in these bath boosters are separated into particles that are approximately 5,000 times smaller than your red blood cells. This allows the essential oils and CBD to penetrate the basal layers of your skin, your innermost layer, allowing all the beneficial nutrients to be absorbed by the skin and into your body. The CBD interacts with our Cannabinoid receptors located throughout the skin to provide botanical benefits where they are needed most.
Aqueous Wellness lets you create the ultimate spa experience at home. Just add two bath boosters to your warm bath and soak away the stress from your hectic day. Learn more about Aqueous Wellness Aqua Bath Boosters and elevate your bath ritual, www.aqueouswellness.com
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