If you happen to prefer a shower to a bath, shower steamers are a fantastic option. They're made with baking soda and citric acid, just like bath bombs. But rather than placing them into a tub, the steamer is placed on the floor or bench of the shower. The water activates the fizzing reaction and releases the essential oils into the air. Unlike a bath bomb that has to be submerged  for  it to work, shower bombs are generally higher in essential oil concentration and therefore shouldn't be used in the tub as the higher EO levels may irritate sensitive skin (it's fine if the soles of your feet touch the melting shower bomb though) You may also put one in a bowl of warm water, put your face a few inches away above the bowl, and cover your head with a towel. 


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I have been in the medical profession for over 25 years. My last born child has severe asthma and with that one of the reactions is eczema. His eczema was so bad that prescription medication could not heal it. He scratched his dry skin so much that the skin would crack. After working relentlessly on different combinations of natural/organic butters and oils for a year, I was finally rewarded with a terrific product! I am so happy that I can now not only help my son, but others as well.

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