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Shower Jelly Soap is a fun way to create an at-home spa experience without spending a lot of money. Learn more about this unique self-care product.
Creating a Spa Day at Home With Shower Jelly Soap
Soap is the cornerstone of every shower and bath we take. A routine without it wouldn’t be the same, yet we can create a better experience by using Shower Jelly Soap.
The whole point of taking a shower is to get clean and can’t do it without an effective cleanser. Some shy away from unique products because of their cleansing ability.
Chances are you have used shower gel or body scrubs before as part of your self-care routine.
You may have even made some of your own to use at home or to give away as gifts. But many have not heard of shower jellies, also known as bath jellies.
Let me introduce you to them. – Shower Jelly Soap!
A great self-care produced that doesn’t cost a fortune
What are shower Jellies?
Maybe you have never even heard of shower jelly soap before.
A shower or bath jelly is pretty much exactly what it sounds like, a jelly-looking blob of soap that lathers up when they get wet.
When you lather them up, you can use them just like your traditional shower gel, and soap with a loofah or rub them straight onto your skin. When they are dry, you can poke at them and squish them and they will jiggle around like fragrant mounds of jelly.
Creating a Shower Jelly Ritual
There are several different ways that you can use bath jelly.
The first, of course, is to get it wet and use it just as you would soap in the shower. You can also cut little pieces off of the shower jelly and put them in your bath water for a fragrant and soapy treat.
Some people also like to put their bath jellies in the freezer to soothe muscle aches or for a cooling massage.
You can also take the shower jellies straight from the freezer into the hot shower with you for a rejuvenating fire and ice shower experience that boosts your blood circulation and leaves your skin glowing.
Have a little one that resists bath time?
Try breaking out the bath jellies. They will have a blast and be squeaky clean in no time! Watching the jiggly soap melting in the bathtub is fun and they won’t be able to resist picking it up and playing with it, getting themselves all lathered up in the process.
Don’t worry though, bath jellies actually last a pretty long time because it doesn’t take much to get everything all lathered up.
To avoid having the kids drop the whole bath jelly into the tub, they are slippery after all, just cut some pieces up for them to play and bathe with!
Where to Find Good Quality Shower Jellies
There are many types of bath jellies you can purchase at the store in many different scents and colors, some even have essential oils in them to help you relax or energize you for the day ahead.
You can make your own bath jellies at home too if you are concerned about the ingredients included in the store-bought ones, or you would like to make them in your favorite scent.
Here are a few great homemade recipes:
DIY Lush Inspired Shower Jellies
Shimmery Summer Soap Jellies Tutorial
You can find a variety of recipes for making bath jellies at home, and most only require a few simple ingredients. You could even make up a batch to give us homemade gifts.
Store-purchased bath jellies can sometimes be drying, particularly for those with already dry skin. Look for the ingredients list and make sure you know what all the ingredients are and that you can pronounce them.
Best store purchased Shower Jelly Soap
Blueberry Cobbler Shower Jelly By Coconut Creek Organics
Shower Jelly By Squishy Scents
Fruity Jelly Soaps by Frolic Creations
Now soap-based shower jellies made from body shower or gel will often contain moisturizing agents, such as skin-friendly plant oils, to help protect the skin from dryness.
Whether you decide to buy bath jellies or make your own, they are sure to add some fragrant, soapy fun to your self-care routine.
Are you already using bath jellies, or is this the first you are hearing about them? If you are already using them, what is your favorite way to do so?
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