relaxing bath products

Everything You Need for the Most Relaxing Bath of Your Life

Salts, oils, elixirs, bubbles—these are the best products for chilling the F out.

By: Hannah Baxter

Places to escape our everyday anxieties are few and far between lately, which is why we’ve been so dedicated to upgrading our bath-time routines. If you’re lucky enough to have a tub in your apartment or house, we’d wager that you, too, have been spending more time than ever in it these days. It’s a small reprieve, but when the news has your brain spinning out of control for the fifth time in 24 hours, it’s worth it to invest in some luxe products to make your bath as relaxing and nourishing as possible. Whether you’re a fan of the humble salt soak, or would rather fill your tub with bubbles up to the rim, we’ve uncovered nine of the most soothing bath products on the market right now. Just light a candle, pour yourself a glass of wine, and enjoy!

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Susanne Kaufmann Oil Bath for the Senses, $76

When you really want to chill the F out, this bath oil has got you covered. Ylang-ylang, lavender, and patchouli oils help revitalize your mind, nourish your skin, and create that peaceful atmosphere you’ve been searching for lately.

Lord Jones High CBD Formula Bath Salts, $65

These salts are ideal for an extra-relaxing bath time that also relieves minor aches and pains. Detox and chill with the blend of broad-spectrum CBD and Epsom and pink Himalayan salts.

Vitabath Plus for Dry Skin Moisturizing Bath and Shower Gelee, $33

Day after day spent indoors can dry your skin out fast, but this targeted-treatment bath will have your skin feeling soft and hydrated in no time.

Ouai Chill Pills, $30

The humble bath bomb has come a long way in the past few years, and our favorite is this jojoba, safflower, and hemp-seed-oil variety. Soothe and nourish your skin while breathing in the dreamy jasmine-and-rose scent.

Philosophy Pure Grace Foaming Bath and Shower Gel, $21

You can’t go wrong with a classic bubble bath. Extra points for taking a sudsy selfie to prove just how relaxed you are.

J.R. Watkins Detox Bath Elixir, $15

Ginger, witch hazel, and chamomile help soothe your muscles and soften your skin while banishing lingering inflammation like puffiness or breakouts.

Laura Mercier Crème Brûlée Honey Bath, $55

Who doesn’t want to smell like a delicious baked good during bath time? We guarantee your skin (and nose) will thank you.

Ancient Minerals Magnesium Bath Flakes, $30

Magnesium chloride is even more powerful than the traditional Epsom salt and can quickly soothe lingering aches and pains via a long, hot soak in the tub.

Fresh Rice Sake Bath, $82

Did you know that Japanese geishas used to bathe in peaches? Well, this soak combines fruit infusions with 38 percent sake to improve circulation and increase body temperature (so you sweat out all that extra wine you’ve been drinking).

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