Published September 17, 2021 by .
A relaxing soak in the tub can be a great way to shed the stress of the day. Warm water and sweet-smelling products can help relax your muscles and your mind. When you’re deciding what to fill your bath with, be sure to choose products that are good for animals and your skin. These cruelty-free bath salts, scrubs, bubbles, and more will help you create a luxurious vegan spa experience in your own home.
Soothing Vegan Bath Salts
Soaking in an Epsom salt bath can be soothing for the muscles and your nerves. These animal test–free and vegan bath salts are made with other minerals and essential oils like pink Himalayan salt, eucalyptus, and lavender.
Animal-Friendly Bath Bombs
Bath bombs are fun, fizzy additions to your bath routine, but they also serve a practical purpose—they’re full of moisturizing oils and inflammation-relieving ingredients like witch hazel. Plus, many leave your bath water looking gorgeous.
Cruelty-Free Exfoliating Scrubs
To leave your bath with the softest skin possible, try using an exfoliating scrub to clear off dead skin cells. These animal test–free options are made with sugar, coconut oil, shea butter, and other moisturizing ingredients.
Vegan Bath Bubbles
Bubble baths aren’t just for kids! These options feel great and create a cleansing soak with calming scents.
Animal-Friendly Bath Soaks and Oils
Vegan milk soaks and rich bath oils are perfect options for adding softening qualities to your bath. These soaks are made from coconut milk instead of cow’s or goat’s milk, so you can relax knowing that your bath isn’t full of products for which animals were harmed.
To make your bath experience extra relaxing, try using some of these accessories. Light a bee-friendly candle to create a spa-like ambiance, add a wooden tray with a cup of your favorite tea or a glass of wine, and sit back on a comfy bath pillow.
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