How To: Create Your Eucalyptus and Lavender Shower Bundle (With Dried Lavender)
Lavender and eucalyptus is the perfect combination. Eucalyptus' minty fresh scent paired with lavender's calm and relaxing aroma can't be beat! Here is how to get your shower ready for a whole new level of relaxation.
Of course, you'll need a eucalyptus and lavender bundle to follow this guide! If you don't have one already, check out Self-Care Shower's array of bundles (including Lavender!) here.
If you have never tried our eucalyptus bundles before, be sure to check out our original guide to get some tips on how to care for your eucalyptus!
To combine the lavender and eucalyptus bundles follow these steps:
- Remove from the box as soon as possible and prepare an area (eucalyptus can be sticky!)
- Remove hydration pack on eucalyptus and save the rubber band!
- Remove the tie that keeps the eucalyptus bundle. Open up the eucalyptus to make space for the lavender.
- Place the lavender, nestled inside the eucalyptus, and use the rubber band you saved earlier to secure the new bundle!
- Finish it off and wrap the bundle with the included twine!
Make sure to check out this page to see how to place your bundle in the shower.
While lavender is amazing in the shower it can be just as great around the house. Some places lavender works well:
- In a vase
- In the closet (lavender keeps clothes smelling fresh)
- Under pillows
- Near Laundry
- Displayed on the table
These are just few ideas, let us know how you use your lavender on our Instagram (@theselfcareshower)! Keep in mind that dried lavender buds do tend to fall off, so be careful when placing or moving the lavender.
How Long Does it Last:
Dried lavender can last for a long time in and out of the shower. Make sure to keep the lavender and eucalyptus bundle out of the direct stream of the water, the steam will do! Eucalyptus bundles by themselves can last for a 1-4 weeks in the shower. To extend the life of the bundle, florists recommend placing the bundle in water, and changing the water frequently.
Thats it! If you have any tips you usually follow with your Eucalyptus, we'd love to hear them. Send us an email at firstname.lastname@example.org and we might even add them to the article.