Moroccan Rose Otto Bath Oil, $48 at Sephora
A splash of this oil in a full tub of water will make it seem like you're immersed in a bed of rose petals. The Moroccan rose otto oil leaves skin softer, while the delicate scent helps calm the senses.
Stress-Fix Composition Oil, $30 at Aveda
Stress-Fix is music to fried brains. The remedy comes in a calming body oil that can be applied as part of an all-over body massage or added to the bath. Instead of badgering roommates for another massage, use it during a soak in the bathtub. The lavender, lavandin and clary sage composition creates a zen environment as the oil hydrates skin.
You've Been Mangoed Luxury Bath Oil, $4.95 at Lush
Don't put this bath oil near the fruit bowl! The speckled green melt is made with actual mango and avocado butters to nourish skin. Drop it in the bath and enjoy the invigorating lemongrass, lime and lemon scent as the water turns a brilliant green.
Blackberry & Bay Bath Oil, $25 at Nordstrom
This fruity bath oil is the perfect complement to Jo Malone's Blackberry & Bay Cologne. The scent evokes days spent picking juicy blackberries in the woods. Let the avocado and jojoba seed oils moisturize skin in the bath. Once toweled off, apply the perfume for a layered scent that will last all day.
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Honeycomb Bath Oil, $28 at Neiman Marcus
The apothecary-inspired bottle will upgrade any bathroom, but it's what is inside that will leave a lasting impression. The small batch-produced bath oil boasts that it has been "carefully crafted to create memorable journeys through sight and scent." A capful of the sugared fig, ambrosia honey and royal bee blossom formula does have the power to transport.
Deep Relax Bath & Shower Oil, $73 at Net-a-Porter
Relax, take it easy. We know it's easier said than done, but this soothing oil should help. It's a hero product for those who have trouble sleeping. Far better than counting sheep, use the chamomile and sandalwood oil at night for a calming pre-bed ritual.
Youth-Dew Bath Oil, $35 at Nordstrom
Experience the classic scent that's still considered one of the sexiest fragrances to have ever been created. The oil has notes of rose, lavender, patchouli, moss and jasmine that make for an indulgent bath.
Oil Bath For The Senses, $76 at Space.NK
Bath oils appeal to many senses. This one not only looks gorgeous in the bottle, the mixture of lavender, ylang-ylang and patchouli essential oils delight our sense of smell. As for touch, smooth, moisturized skin is the ultimate payoff.
Precious Oils for Body and Bath, $78 at Neiman Marcus
Our favorite posh candle brand also crafts some gorgeous bath products. Pour a capful of this oil into the bath and it neutralizes hard water and acts as a protective emollient. And since this is Diptyque, the oil also smells luxurious. The scent is meant to embody the elegance of Florence with notes of iris, sweet almond, argan oil and cedar.
Skin So Soft Radiant Moisture Bath Oil, $10.99 at Avon
It's tempting to buy this nourishing bath oil in bulk because it keeps skin super-hydrated. The secret? The formula contains argan oil, which helps lock in moisture. It even doubles as an after-shower softening treatment when applied to damp skin.
Forget about Netflix and chill. When we need a respite from the cold, harsh elements outside, the bathtub is the place to be. The warm water can make us forget about lengthy to-do lists, looming deadlines and frigid temperatures, especially if we have a good book and music playing softly in the background. While a foaming bubble bath will almost never let us down, a bath oil can upgrade the entire experience to spa-like levels.
Bath oils are a welcome addition to the tub on the dark days of winter when central heating and arctic temperatures have left our skin flaky and dry. A few drops of a rich bath oil will turn the water into a fragrant pool that nourishes parched skin without leaving behind a greasy coating. Not to mention pretty colors that rival a bath bomb and a soft, relaxing scent. After a few minutes of soaking, troubles (and dry skin) can seem very far away.
Get ready to clear that calendar and spend a tranquil spa day at home enjoying these 11 best bath oils.
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