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Inspired by ancient wisdom and empowered by modern science and herbalism, we have created two bath soaks with medicinal properties that tick the box of relaxation and restoration. Our cosmic concoction of natural probiotics and essential oils replenish your skin, heal inflammation, balance pH levels + hormones, and clear spiritual blockages. These bath soaks are formulated to heal from the inside out. Turn on the tap and surrender to the flow.

The origins of bathing as a therapeutic tradition can be traced back to ancient civilizations that recognized the healing power of water. From the magnificent public bathhouses of ancient Rome to the serene onsen hot springs of Japan, diverse cultures have cherished water’s ability to cleanse, rejuvenate, and revitalize the body and mind.

The ancient Greeks viewed bathing as a cornerstone of their society, incorporating it into daily life. They believed in the purifying properties of water and developed elaborate bathing complexes where socializing, exercise, and healing rituals took place. The concept of balancing mind, body, and spirit through bathing rituals persisted throughout the ages.

In Eastern cultures, particularly in India and China, bathing rituals were deeply rooted in traditional medicine systems. Ayurveda in India and Traditional Chinese Medicine emphasized the therapeutic benefits of water for promoting holistic health. These ancient systems recognized the importance of balancing energy, cleansing the body of toxins, and restoring harmony through bathing practices.

As time progressed, the art of bathing expanded and evolved. During the Renaissance, Europe witnessed a resurgence of bathing culture, with wealthy individuals building opulent private bathhouses. Bathing was seen as a symbol of luxury, social status, and an essential element of self-care.

Fast forward to the modern era, and bathing has become an integral part of our daily routines. We now understand the scientific benefits of bathing, including its ability to improve circulation, relax muscles, reduce stress, and enhance overall well-being. Bathing has transformed from a luxury reserved for the elite to a widely accessible practice that supports our physical and mental health.

Bathing can offer soothing relief for cramps and PMS symptoms by providing warmth and relaxation, promoting muscle relaxation, and reducing tension and discomfort in the body. The warm water and gentle immersion can help ease menstrual cramps, promote blood flow, and provide a calming effect for a more comfortable experience during PMS.

Bathing can be beneficial for fertility by creating a calming and stress-relieving environment, promoting relaxation, and potentially balancing hormone levels, which may positively impact reproductive health and increase chances of conception.

Bathing can provide those postpartum with a much-needed opportunity for relaxation and self-care, promoting healing, reducing muscle tension, and offering a soothing respite during the physically and emotionally demanding postpartum period.

Bathing can aid digestion by supporting healthy blood flow, which can contribute to improved digestion and a sense of overall well-being.

Bathing can enhance sleep quality by triggering a drop in body temperature after the bath, which mimics the natural temperature decrease that occurs before sleep, leading to a deeper and more restorative sleep. The relaxation and stress-relieving effects of bathing also help to calm the mind and prepare it for a peaceful slumber.

Indulging in a relaxing bath is a popular alternative health practice that can bring numerous benefits. However, it’s important to be aware of potential contraindications to ensure a safe and enjoyable experience. Here are some key points to consider:

Skin Conditions
Individuals with certain skin conditions, such as open wounds, severe burns, or active infections, should avoid bathing. The warm water and immersion may exacerbate these conditions or hinder the healing process.

Cardiovascular Issues
If you have a heart condition or cardiovascular disease, take caution when bathing in hot water. The elevated temperatures can cause your blood vessels to dilate, potentially putting strain on your heart. Consult with your healthcare provider to determine the suitability of bathing in your specific situation.

Blood Pressure Concerns
People with high or low blood pressure should be mindful of bathing practices. Hot water can cause blood vessels to expand, leading to a drop in blood pressure. Conversely, hot water can increase blood pressure in some individuals.

Extremely hot water can raise body temperature, which may pose risks to the developing fetus. Opt for warm or lukewarm water instead of hot water, and always consult with your obstetrician or midwife for personalized advice.

Our Ingredients

Baking Soda

Detoxifying and relaxing the body, baking soda supports natural pH levels and removes any spiritual blockages. Baking soda also treats skin conditions such as eczema and psoriasis. The foundation of this soak, it also enhances other ingredients’ healing properties.

Sea Salt

Our Exheal® soothing saffron salt bath contains mineral-rich sea salt which helps reduce negative ions, detox, and exfoliate the skin naturally.


Bathing in saffron has powerful anti-inflammatory benefits for the skin; treating redness, blemishes, and clearing complexion. It’s incredibly healing to the hormonal system and can aid in fertility and support women through the postpartum period. It has been included in this soak for both its restorative and medicinal properties.


Can my kids bathe in Inheal™ & Exheal™?

Yes! Kids love both Exheal™ and Inheal™.

Can the saffron stain my bathtub?

No, the volume of water that is used, combined with the baking soda in the baths, prevents any chance of this happening.

Can Inheal™ help reduce scarring?

Many individuals have reported that it has noticeably reduced scarring on their body. This is not clinically proven but there is evidence that saffron heals imperfections on the skins surface.

Does it reduce bloating quickly?

Exheal works quickly on most people to support abdominal discomfort due to digestion. This is not clinically proven, rather it is anecdotal evidence from our community.

Is there any particular length of time to get the maximum healing benefits of the soaks?

We recommend 20 minutes but even a 10 minute bath can make a huge difference in someone’s day.

How many baths are in one jar?

Our Exheal™ and Inheal™ jars can be used for four supportive baths or two more potent soaks.

Can I mix the two baths that you offer?

Yes, mixing the two baths will provide you with a detoxifying and nourishing experience.

Are all our essential oils sustainable, organic, wildcrafted?

Yep, all our oils are wildcrafted or organic or use organic processes. Although this is always important, it’s especially important when soaking and the skin’s pores are open.

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