Get the most from your you-time with these products
that can make your bath extra rejuvenating.
Deborah Hanekamp combines self-care
routines with traditional healing techniques
in Ritual Baths. This beautiful manual is
packed with 250 color photographs, 60
DIY bath recipes and an encyclopedia of
ingredients, and helpful tips about auras,
moon phases, crystals, and herbal magic.
Finish off your bath by wrapping yourself in fluffy,
colorful, and uplifting rainbow towels by Anthropologie.
In addition to being beautiful, these cotton towels ($98 for a set of six) are made using eco-friendly production methods and are free from many common chemicals, toxins, and irritants. anthropologie.com
Gua sha facial tools are rooted in Traditional
Chinese Medicine. They encourage lymphatic
drainage, promote elasticity, and ease tension for
smoother-looking skin. Herbivore’s gua shas ($18
each) are made from 100 percent rose quartz,
the gemstone said to promote self-love, trust,
and harmony, and come in a teardrop shape or a
heart shape. herbivorebotanicals.com
This scrub ($44 per jar) is jasmine and coconut
scented and infused with crushed amethyst powder.
Amethyst is said to have protective, healing, and
purifying properties, working against stress and in
favor of equanimity. herbivorebotanicals.com
All of Bee The Light’s earth-friendly and hypoallergenic
pure beeswax votive candles are made from 100 percent
pure USA beeswax with a cotton wick. These candles are
unscented, aside from a delicate all-natural honey scent. A
dozen votive candles are $27.45. beethelight.com