DIY Bath Tea Bags

DIY Bath Tea Bags

Picture this: a tub full of warm water with the book you are currently reading sitting on the edge, soft music playing in the background, and candles creating a relaxing atmosphere. 

Even better? Your bath water infused with your favourite tea blend or something you've crafted yourself. 

These make an even better gift!


Here's what you need:

- 1 x T-sac tea filter 

- 15cm ribbon or cotton string

 - tea or various herbals


To make a bath tea bag, fill a T-sac tea filter with desired tea blend or herbals. Tie the bag with some ribbon or cotton string in a knot or a bow. 

In a partly filled bathtub, steep the bag for around 15 minutes before filling the tub the rest of the way.

Leave the bag in the tub as you soak to receive all of the benefits, occasionally squeezing the bag.

Please be aware of any allergies you may have to plants and look for signs of irritated skin. All ingredients should be added in equal parts. 


Herb suggestions: 

Lavender - for aching muscles, relaxation, and stress relief and is rejuvenating. 

Rose - can reduce redness of irritated skin, brightens your complexion and tightens pores. 

Jasmine - helps to lift your mood and refreshes your skin. 

Green tea - aids in relaxation and detoxes your body, softens your skin and is an antioxidant.

Peppermint - for stress relief, muscle stiffness, relaxation, refresh and wake up.

Lemon Myrtle - improves concentration, provide headache relief, is calming, uplifting and relaxing. 

Eucalyptus - is a natural antiseptic, skin clearing and helps you to breathe.

Chamomile - soothes muscles, relieves stress and promotes healthy, restful sleep. 


T-sacs are available in packs of 40 or 100 on our website depending on the size. As well as being great for bath tea, they also make fantastic on-the-go, no mess, biodegradable filters for your tea. 

Tell us, what would you put in your bath tea blend? 

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