Lavender Shower Melts Tutorial

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You’re going to love this simple Lavender Shower Melts Tutorial. It’s not only the perfect way to get an awesome smelling shower but it’s a great way to be creative at home, too.

I love making my own beauty products at home. There’s just something so wonderful knowing that I’m using something that I created at home. Is anyone else like that or is it just me?

I’m also pretty excited about the fact that I’m saving money to create my own spa escape at home, too. The more money that I can save, the more fun beauty products I can continue to make. The scent of lavender in my shower is always a nice and calming effect as well after a long day or work.

If you’re looking for a super simple way to great DIY shower melts that are fast, easy, and smell amazing, you’re not going to want to miss out on this!

Make certain that you check out our Homemade Orange Vanilla Bath Bomb Recipe as well!

Lavender Shower Melts Tutorial

Lavender Shower Melts Tutorial

The best part about this Lavender Shower Melt tutorial is that you only need 7 simple supplies to get started. And once you purchase most of them one time, you’ll be able to use them again and again to create even more shower melts.

As you can see from the picture below, the supplies needed are basic and simple. But I can assure you that once you create this lavender shower melts tutorial, you’re going to love the outcome and how your changes are that much better!

Supplies needed to make this Lavender Shower Melts Tutorial

Lavender Shower Melts supplies

How to set up a Lavender Shower Melts Tutorial

The biggest thing to remember when you’re creating these shower melts is that you want to mix them very well. You want the dry ingredients and the wet ingredients to be mixed so that they form that texture that you’re looking for as well as the scent.

Lavender Shower Melts essential oils

When you’re adding the mixture to the molds, really pack it in. This is because the tighter it’s in there, the more likely that it’s going to hold together to form the shower melts.

how to make Lavender Shower Melts  in silicone molds

If you have trouble removing the melts after they’ve rested for 24 hours, take a butter knife and gently run it around the edges. This should help pop them out enough that you can then place them on the floor of your shower easily near the drain.

You also need to keep them stored in a container that is airtight and has a lid because the air will cause them to soften and break apart. While you can still use them after that, they’re not near as pretty!

Lavender Shower Melts Tutorial

How to use lavender shower melts

Once you make the melts, you just need to put 1-3 melts on the floor of your shower, near the drain. Then when the warm water and steam starts coming down on them, they’ll melt away down the drain and release that relaxing lavender scent.

You’re going to love how fast and simple these are to make and they’re going to make your shower so much more relaxing, too!

Lavender Shower Melts Tutorial

These would also make great homemade gifts for holidays and birthdays, too. People love when someone takes the time to give them a gift that they made. Plus, these smell awesome, too! Have fun creating this simple shower melt DIY. It’s beautiful and smells so good!

lavender shower melts tutorial

Lavender Shower Melts Tutorial

These shower melts are so much fun to make!

Materials

  • ½ cup Epsom salts
  • 1 ½ tbsp water
  • ½ cup baking soda
  • 100 drops lavender essential oil
  • Dried lavender petals
  • ½ tsp Silk Purple mica powder
  • 15 Holes Cylinder Silicone Mold

Instructions

Grab a small bowl and mix together the Epsom salts and baking soda and stir well.


Next, mix in the mica powder.


At this point, mix the lavender essential oil and water.


Pour the wet mixture into the dry and stir the whole time.


You're going to stir until you get a paste.


Put some petals into the base of the molds.


Use a spoon and add the mixture to the molds. Press down firmly.


Let them sit for 24 hours.


Once done take them out of the mold and put them in a container.


During your shower, put 1-3 steamers on the floor near the drain.

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