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Shower Mist: Lavender Rosemary

A few sprays of our Organic Shower Mist transforms your shower into your personal aromatherapy spa. As you breathe deeply the calming blend of essential oils promotes feelings of relaxation, clarity, and contentment.

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Product Description

Our Organic Shower Mist utilizes the amazing benefits of pure organic essential oils to transform your simple shower into an aromatherapy steam spa.

End your day with our Lavender Rosemary Aromatherapy Shower Mist formulated with our dreamy blend of essential oils that will help reduce stress and provide feelings of relaxation, balance, and contentment. 

Also great when you are stressed from a long day at work or just want to enhance a relaxing evening. 

Just give your steamy shower a quick spritz with our aromatherapy shower spray, step in, and breathe deeply.

We spent months experimenting with the recipe formulation originally using only essential oils. However, since essential oils do not mix with water, we discovered that adding organic Ethanol helps the heat from the shower steam diffuse and disperse the Shower Mist for a longer period of time with fewer sprays. 

The Organic Ethanol, infused with organic lavender buds, contains a lovely scent of its own and adds to the natural aroma of the Shower Mist.  

Ethanol, also known as ethyl alcohol, is the same stuff that is in beer, wine, and spirits. We use Organic alcohol made from Certified Organic and Certified Fair Trade Sugar Cane.

 

The mist comes in a convenient 2-ounce travel-size aluminum bottle with a sprayer so you can take your aromatherapy spa wherever you go. Shake well before using. 

Other Uses:

  • Deodorize your bathroom
  • Freshen your yoga mat or gym bag

For detailed information on an individual essential oil click on the specific item in the ingredients list. 


We denature our organic alcohol with organic essential oils.
This product contains Concentrated Essential oils and is not meant for TOPICAL use.

Precautions: 

  1. Store out of the reach of young children, and use only under adult supervision.

    According to the American Association of Poison Control Centers, "Even a small amount of alcohol can cause alcohol poisoning in children." In the short time between January 1, 2020, and April 30, 2020, "poison control centers have managed 7,593 exposure cases about hand sanitizer in children 12 years and younger." Source

    If you or your child ingests the product, call the poison control center or a medical professional immediately.

  2. Sprays containing alcohol are flammable. Keep away from fire or open flame.

  3. Do not use on or near the face. Avoid contact with eyes or open sores. 

 

Pregnancy & Children: We do not provide information on the safety of essential oils during Pregnancy or for use in Children because the available information is very ambiguous and often contradictory. If you’re interested in using essential oils during pregnancy or with young children please do your own research and consult your doctor, midwife, or health care professional before use.

How to Use

Shake well.

To make your shower experience extraordinary, mist a few sprays (1- 3) into a warm, steaming shower (away from the face) to diffuse the essential oils.

Deeply inhale the scented steam to enjoy the relaxing and calming aroma.

Organic Aromatherapy Shower Spray


The Shower Mist can also be sprayed on tiled shower walls or corners and on glass doors. 

You control the strength and potency of each shower.

Start out with FEWER sprays until you learn the best scent concentration for your aromatherapy experience. Repeat for longer showers.

 

 

Keep out of reach of children. Avoid contact with eyes.

**This product contains Concentrated Essential oils and is not for TOPICAL use.

If pregnant, consult with your health care provider before using any type of Aromatherapy.

FAQs

Aromatherapy is the inhaled or topical use of aromatic plant essences like essential oils to support wellbeing and help maintain the balance of the mind, body, and spirit. Aromatherapy has been used by ancient cultures for thousands of years to promote psychological and physical wellbeing.

There are a variety of ways to add a bit of aromatherapy into your life using essential oils. Each essential oil offers a range of unique aromatherapeutic properties, uses, and effects. Different oils can also be combined to create a synergistic blend with its own unique benefits.

How Aromatherapy WorksSo how and why does the aroma of essential oils affect our mood? The way in which our sense of smell is wired to our brain is quite unique among our senses. The part of your brain that processes and interprets scents also deals with memory and emotions. This relationship may help explain why smells often trigger specific memories or emotions.

When we inhale through our nose, the scent molecules in essential oils travel across millions of tiny olfactory neurons that sit on the roof of the nasal cavity.

Once triggered, the olfactory neurons send messages to the olfactory bulbs, two lobes at the base of the brain. But olfactory messages do not stop there. They also trigger brain regions like the limbic system which plays an important role in emotion, mood, stress levels, and behavior as well as heart rate, breathing, blood pressure, and memory.

Essential oils can lift your mood and make you feel fabulous with a simple whiff of their natural aroma. Each oil has a different chemical make-up and therefore a different effect. For example:

  • some have energizing, uplifting, and revitalizing properties
  • some help ease stress, anxiety, and depression
  • some promote relaxing, calming, and soothing feelings
  • some help improve sleep

The purpose of aromatherapy is to elicit some reaction in the body. Since we are all unique, not all oils will benefit everyone in the same manner. There is some research and a lot of anecdotal evidence that has shown the positive benefits of aromatherapy, such as relief from anxiety, improved sleep, and improved quality of life. But there is still so much to learn.

 

For more detailed information I would like to point you to our blog “What is Aromatherapy?” especially the sections near the bottom entitled "Safety" and “Research.”

There I explore questions like Safety, Can Essential Oils Be Absorbed Through the Skin? and Are the Effects of Aromatherapy Real or Placebo?

 

 

 

What Are Pure Essential Oils?

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Have you ever enjoyed the scent of a fragrant flower or herb? The fragrance comes from potent, aromatic compounds called essential oils.

These natural compounds are found in the flowers, stems, seeds, bark, roots, fruits, and other parts of plants. It often requires several pounds of a plant to produce a single bottle of essential oil.

Essential oils not only give plants their unique scents but also help lure plant pollinators and protect plants from insects and other predators.

 

 

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The chemical composition of essential oils may provide valuable psychological and physical aromatherapeutic benefits for some people. 

It is important to note that to be a true essential oil, the oil must be isolated from the plant material by physical means only.

Essential oils are NEVER extracted using solvents.

Although synthetic fragrances or "nature identical" oils are available at a much lower cost, only natural plant essential oils will provide the botanical benefits.

 

Be careful that the essential oil-containing products you purchase for topical use are mixed with the correct medium.

Essential oils are soluble (dissolve) in alcohol and carrier oils. However, they are insoluble (do not dissolve) in water or water-based liquids like hydrosols, milk, aloe, or even witch hazel (which contains a small amount of alcohol). 

When mixed with a water-based ingredient the molecules of the essential oil will float in tiny droplets on the surface (think of oil droplets on the surface of water). Those droplets can behave like undiluted essential oils on your skin and cause irritation. 

 

What Are Essential Oils? (Much more detail)

Go to our Blog Pages and click "Essential Oils" in the category section on the left to read a lot more information on essential oils. 

If you are pregnant or under a doctor's care for any medical condition, please consult your healthcare provider before using essential oils.

Pregnancy & Children: We do not provide information on the safety of essential oils during Pregnancy or for use in Children because the available information is very ambiguous and often contradictory. If you’re interested in using essential oils during pregnancy or with young children please do your own research and consult your doctor, midwife, or health care professional before use.

 

We often receive questions as to whether our soaps, shampoos, and other natural products are safe to use during pregnancy.

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We recommend that expectant and nursing mothers check with their midwife or physician before changing a skincare routine with our organic products, or any other line of products.

Read the label on a bar of commercial soap. Read the label on your jar of moisturizer.

Now read the ingredients in a Chagrin Valley product.

We use quality natural and USDA Certified Organic ingredients. No synthetic additives, colorants, fragrances, preservatives, or chemical derivatives are used.

There is nothing in our all-natural basic soap or other products that could cause a problem in pregnancy.

Topically applying the herbs present in many of our soaps is also not a problem. Your skin will absorb much less herb from the soap than if you would sprinkle them on your food.

 

Essential Oils

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The issue that seems to be of most concern is the use of essential oils during pregnancy.

There is a lot of confusing, ambiguous, and inaccurate information concerning the use of essential oils in pregnancy.

The question of safety and safety testing has a lot to do with several factors.

The type and composition of the specific essential oil. Essential oils differ greatly in strength and composition. 

The quality of the essential oil. Many "cheap essential oils" are not pure and maybe cut with synthetic chemicals. 

The actual “dose” of herb/essential oils. Most of the clinical research on essential oil safety is based on information for internal (actually ingesting) large doses of herbs, essential oils, or herbal "medicines." Obviously there have been no tests done on pregnant women.

How the essential oil is being used. The concentration of essential oils that are absorbed through inhalation, as in aromatherapy, and massage is much lower than if you were actually ingesting the oil.

Also, aromatherapy and massage therapy use much higher concentrations of essential oils than you find in soap or even in eating the herb. With aromatherapy, you are inhaling the high concentrations which get absorbed via the lungs and in massage therapy, the essential oils remain on your skin and are absorbed.

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Our scented soaps are gently scented with essential oils, but the choice is between you and your health care professional. The most critical time is the first trimester.

Soap does not remain on your skin very long and the percentage of essential oils used in our products is low. Remember we sell many soaps that have no added scent. 

Just about every one of our products, like lip balms, whipped butters and deodorants has a "no added scent" version.

 

When there is a growing baby to consider, if you are at all uncertain as to the safety of an essential-oil containing product, or any ingredient, please consult your doctor, midwife, or health care professional!

Natural Organic Baby Skin CareWhen it comes to safety during pregnancy it is understandable that many massage therapists and aromatherapists decide to err on the side of caution in recommending the avoidance of certain essential oils.

Some Herbalists and Aromatherapist believe that essential oils that are normally safe to use, are safe during pregnancy, while others will recommend avoiding all essential oils during pregnancy.

Some essential oils that are normally quite safe have hormone-like effects and some even stimulate uterine muscles, both of which would be contraindicated during pregnancy.

 

Please do not ask us if one of our products is safe to use during pregnancy--we will simply refer you to this page.

We do not provide a list of essential oils considered safe during pregnancy because the information available is very contradictory. One aromatherapy source will list an essential oil as problematic while another one states it is fine. The information is changing constantly. Please do your own research and consult your doctor, midwife, or health care professional for the most up-to-date information.

 

Sensitive Skin Can Strike During Pregnancy

Even if you have never had sensitive skin in the past, you may notice that a Natural Organic Pregnant Belly Creamproduct you have been using for several years now irritates your skin.

The stretching belly is often the most sensitive spot. Other potential problem areas include the hips, thighs, and bottom where the skin may become dry and flaky.

Although the exact cause is not known, raging hormones do make you more sensitive to a wide range of things, and also your skin is thinning and stretching as you, and your baby, grow.


These changes can behave in unpredictable ways. For example, if you have eczema you may suffer from major flare-ups or complete remission during pregnancy.

Keep your body well moisturized and avoid products that contain synthetic additives, colorants, fragrances, or preservatives. Any of these can exacerbate sensitive skin problems.

 

Before trying a new product, you can always do a patch test to test for sensitivity.

And again, we recommend that expectant and nursing mothers check with their midwife or physician before changing a skincare routine with our products, or any other line of products.

 

Pregnancy & Children: We do not provide information on the safety of essential oils during Pregnancy or for use in Children because the available information is very ambiguous and often contradictory. If you’re interested in using essential oils during pregnancy or with young children please do your own research and consult your doctor, midwife, or health care professional before use.

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We often receive questions as to whether our soaps, shampoos, and other items are safe to use on young children.

A baby’s skin, so thin and delicate, is no place for harmful synthetic chemicals. Sadly, even some of the most trusted baby brands add nasty chemicals to their products.

Read the label on a bar of commercial baby soap or shampoo. Read the label on a bottle of commercial baby oil. Now read the ingredients in Chagrin Valley products.

We recommend starting with our Milk & Honey Baby Soap. We also recommend our three Castile soaps and Carrot & Honey Soap. They are unscented and, as with all of our products, contain no artificial ingredients!

My grandkids use our Milk & Honey bar as a baby shampoo--just keep the soap away from their eyes.

When you think your child is ready, try some new soaps. Natural Organic Baby Skin Care Soap

As with all new products, it is best to do a skin patch test prior to full usage to test for any skin allergies or sensitivities. If you have any questions or concerns always check with your doctor or health care professional.

It is best to add only one new soap or product at a time and use it for a while before switching to a new soap.

 

Essential Oils & Children: We do not provide information on the safety of essential oils for use in Children because the available information is very ambiguous and often contradictory. If you are interested in using essential oils with young children please consult your health care professional before use.

Please do not ask us to diagnose your child's skin problems, we are not health care professionals. Our recommendations are based on what our customers have shared.   Natural Organic Baby Skin Care

 

 

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