Bath Confetti

Written by Amy Hall
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When you sprinkle bath confetti into running water in your tub, you get a spa type experience in your own bathroom. Bath confetti comes in a variety of colors and scents. As you sprinkle some into warm water, the confetti begins to dissolve, and the water turns colors and begins to emit a wonderful fragrance. Most people who purchase bath confetti also purchase other aromatherapy products, such as candles, bath salts, and body lotions.

Bath confetti is mild, and safe for children of any age. If you have trouble enticing your child into the tub every night, perhaps adding some colorfully fragrant confetti to the water will help you win that battle. Lavender, vanilla, and chamomile are all relaxing scents that can help children, as well as adults, unwind at the end of a long day.

Perhaps you would prefer to mix scents, such as vanilla with orange blossom or lime with mint. Some scents are invigorating, and best used in the morning as a pick-me-up. Keep in mind that citrus scents tend to be uplifting, while vanilla, lavender, and rose tend to be relaxing and soothing. However, there are no hard and fast rules when it comes to aromatherapy, so you should choose the scents that you find the most soothing.

Bath Confetti for Some Fun in the Tub

While bath confetti can add an element of relaxation to your bath time, it can also be fun. Watching the bath water change from clear to pink to orange to purple adds an extra excitement to bath time, especially for small children. In addition, the fragrant scents of bath confetti can alter your mood in a beneficial way. If you need to de-stress, try scents such as lavender, vanilla, chamomile, and rose. Lemon, lime, mint, and rosemary are all uplifting, and can be wonderful in the morning to help you get going.

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