Dec 22,2022

What Is a Shower Steamer

A shower steamer is essentially like your bath bomb, but for your shower. They are tablets that fizz as water or steam touch them, then release an incredible scent depending on what oils are blended into the shower steamer. You can find them in any size, color, and aroma.

What are the benefits of aromatherapy shower steamers

There are no studies that specifically focus on the benefits of shower steamers. However, some research examines the potential benefits of inhaling essential oils. They may:

  • Improve mood: A small body of research suggests that some essential oils may improve mood by acting on neurotransmitters, which are chemical messengers in the brain. Lavender, Roman chamomile, and bergamot may have this effect.
  • Aid sleep: Lavender essential oil may help increase melatonin levels in the blood, the hormone that makes a person feel sleepy at night.
  • Increase energy: Some people find certain fragrances uplifting or energizing. Some examples include citrus oils, such as orange or lemon.
  • Clear congestion: Many people use peppermint and eucalyptus essential oils to help with nasal congestion. The steam from a shower may further help with this.
  • Pleasure: The fragrance of shower steamers is pleasant to many people. Using them may be an act of self-care that helps a person relax, slow down, or cultivate mindfulness

How Do You Use Shower Steamers?

One of our favorite things about shower steamers is that they’re super easy to use! But let’s walk through some simple steps so you can be sure you’re getting the most out of your new favorite product.
Step One: Get Your Steamer Wet… but Don’t Soak It
Place your shower steamer at the opposite end of the showerhead as you’re waiting for the water to warm so that the steamer gets a little wet. This will activate the steamer and begin the process of releasing those delicious essential oils into the steamy air of your shower.
But again, it’s not a bath bomb, so don’t soak it or let it become submerged. The idea is long-term release rather than instant gratification.
Step Two: Place Your Steamer Away From the Showerhead
Once you’re ready to step into the shower and your steamer is slightly damp — you should start to smell it within 30 seconds. At that point, you’ll want to move it away from the showerhead. 
You can place it on a side or corner of your tub, as long as it’s not getting repeatedly splashed. If you have a shower caddy underneath the showerhead, you could palace it there so that it stays dry. 
It’s also possible to get a mesh container or even a suction-cup soap holder specifically for your shower steamer. Just place it on the far side of your tub so that the steamer isn’t hit with water directly. This is a more advanced move for the shower steamer devotees among us.

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