Esker

Aromatic Shower Steamer Set

US $65.00

Esker

Aromatic Shower Steamer Set

US $65.00

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Aromatic tablets infused with essential oils and dried botanicals come with a hand-carved Carrara marble holder, transforming any shower into a luxurious aromatherapy ritual. Each steamer—one smells of grounding calendula and palo-santo, the other of invigorating lavender and eucalyptus—lasts for two or three showers, and the handsome marble container makes any shower feel like a spa. (It also makes for a fabulously chic soap dish once you’re finished with the steamers.)

  • Carrara marble holder
  • 2-1 oz Eucalyptus/Lavender bars
  • 2-1 oz Calendula Palo Santo bars

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Lavender Eucalyptus: Sodium Bicarbonate (baking soda), Citric Acid, Lavandula Angustifolia (lavender essential oil), Eucalyptus Globulus Leaf Oil (eucalyptus essential oil), White Kaolin Clay (china clay), Lavandula (lavender buds), Agua (distilled water)


Calendula Palo Santo: Sodium Bicarbonate (baking soda), Citric Acid, Juniperus mexicana (cedarwood essential oil), White Kaolin Clay (china clay), Bursera Graveolens Oil (palo santo oil), Calendula officinalis (marigold), Agua (distilled water)

Shannon Davenport’s career as a trend forecaster always had her researching the next big beauty trend—and as she learned about clean, non-toxic beauty, she fell in love. After getting certified as an aromatherapist, she began crafting benefit-packed body oils that powerfully nourish skin (and smell amazing). Each US-made formula focuses on a key essential oil—juniper, Cyprus, or carrot seed. And every bottle comes with a packet of wildflower seeds.

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