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Tips to Make Soaks in Walk-In Bathtubs Effective

Written By: Safe Step Tub

December 20, 2019

Tips to Make Soaks in Walk-In Bathtubs Effective

It’s no secret that walk-in bathtubs can do wonders for sore muscles. Walk-in tubs come with doors designed to make life easy for people with mobility issues, so you never have to climb over a slippery wall to take a bath. Besides the added convenience and safety that comes with the design, most walk-in tubs come with jets as well. These provide hydrotherapy that’s essential for soothing sore muscles after a long day. Many seniors have discovered that the therapeutic benefits can be enhanced by adding salts, herbs, and essential oils to their bath. Here are a few tips for getting the most out of your walk-in bathtub soak.

Lavender

The most popular and versatile herb when it comes to aromatherapy and essential oils, lavender is known to help with skin abrasions as well as other skin disorders such as psoriasis and acne. When added as an essential oil combined with Epsom salts, lavender can minimize the symptoms of sore muscles and back pain. Also, the smell has a soothing effect, which can be beneficial to those suffering from anxiety.

Mojito

While imbibing a mojito can certainly help one relax, many of the mojito’s ingredients can deliver a soothing feeling to aching muscles and joints. Combining lime juice and zest with mint oil and salt creates a soak that does a wonderful job of relieving headaches. It has an uplifting, calming effect as well, so it’s perfect if you want to take a bath right before going to bed. 

Rose Oil

Rose oil is best known for its ability to lift one’s spirits, so it’s ideal for a bath soak. When combined with salt and milk, you can create a soak that relaxes as it exfoliates, making it perfectly suited for those suffering from dry skin.

Rosemary

Not every essential oil helps a person relax. Rosemary, for instance, is known for its enervating properties. It tends to increase acuity, stimulating alertness while increasing a person’s ability to focus. It has healing properties as well, helping to relieve cramps and muscle stiffness. When combined, these attributes make rosemary an ideal ingredient for morning soaks.

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Oatmeal

If you’re suffering from allergies or eczema, it’s highly recommended that you soak with oatmeal because of its anti-inflammatory properties. An oatmeal and lavender bath soak can help reduce swelling while relieving the itching associated with allergies and rashes. 

Lemon

If you’re afraid you might be coming down with a cold, try a bath soak of lemon oil with citrus fruit slices. While vitamin C aids in boosting your immune system and healing cuts and insect bites, the scent is energizing and restores your energy.

To get the most out of your soaks, call the experts at Safe Step Walk-In Tub Company at (800) 346-6616. Our walk-in tubs are made in the USA, and we’re experts at designing bathtubs for the elderly that are safe and therapeutic. If you’re ready for the best bathtub you’ve ever owned, give us a call today!

 

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