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A Simple Trick to Turn Your Shower into a Spa

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A Simple Trick to Turn Your Shower into a Spa

October 7, 2014

Blame it on the fact that I live in California, but I believe that every bathing experience should be an opportunity for another spa treatment. Here’s a genius idea from Free People for instantly transforming your morning shower into a meditative moment.

Photography via Free People.

Above: Bundle a few boughs of fragrant eucalyptus into a bath bouquet–also known as a Tussie-Mussie–to hang from the showerhead arm. The soothing scent of eucalyptus oil is used in aromatherapy to clear the mind as well as to reduce swelling in your mucus membranes.


Above: All you need to make a eucalyptus tussie-mussie is a few branches and twine. A Preserved Eucalyptus Branch with long-lasting scent is $8.99 from Dried Decor and a ball of natural, unpolished Jute Twine is $1.93 from Dick Blick.

For step-by-step instructions, see Free People.

Above: For fragrant bouquets you can make for the bath, see DIY: Toss in a Tussie-Mussie.

To see hundreds of Spa Baths, browse the Remodelista photo gallery. Also, check out 10 Architect-Designed Spa Spaces at Home.

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