Bath & Shower Infusion Oil
Bursting with the oils of coconut and apricot kernel and rich in vitamin E and essential fatty acids this Bath & Shower Infusion Oil can be used anytime as body or massage oil to stimulate your senses and infused your body with Chi. Add this light and silky oil to your bath for a soothing treat at the end of a long day or use to awaken the senses and stimulate Chi by rubbing into meridian points before stepping into the shower.
The GingerChi Bath & Shower Infusion Oil can be incorporated into your daily body care regimen and can be used in conjunction with the GingerChi Meridian Dry Brush.
How to Use:
For the bathtub: Drizzle a few drops into your bathtub filled with warm water and soak away the toxins and stress of daily life. Nourish your body and soul with the meditative oils of fresh ginger, French lavender and peppermint—the signature blend of Chi replenishing properties.
For the shower: Don't have a tub, or don’t have the time to soak in it? Want to enjoy the Chi replenishing aromatherapy benefits of Bath Infusion in the shower too? Simply drizzle a few drops onto your shower floor (we suggest you cover the drain with your foot for a few minutes but please don’t slip) and let the hot water activates the oils drifting up to spark your senses and stimulate your Chi. For even greater results, massage a few drops of the oil on pulse points, onto your chest, neck and pelvic region. Then step into the shower, and allow the fragrant steam to open up your lungs and clear your mind.
Caprylic/capric triglyceride (Fractionated Coconut Oil), Prunus armeniaca (Apricot) Kernel Oil, Lavandula angustifolia (Lavender) flower oil*, Zingiber officinale (Fresh Ginger) root oil, Mentha arvensis (Peppermint) oil*, Rosmarinus officinalis (Rosemary) oil*.
GingerChi is based in New York and they’ve just opened our first retail store. The owner, Anna Lam originally from Australia, has been in US since 1991. While her background is in advertising and marketing she was drawn to skin care and the use of Ginger for its healing properties. After completing skin care courses in London, she worked with an Aromatherapist and Chinese Acupuncturist to establish GingerChi in 2011 with an Etsy store.
Products are made in small batches and are all natural and wherever possible organic, using sustainable packaging. The accessories and tools (such as the jade rollers) are sourced from reputable manufacturers in China. Anna puts a high emphasis on quality control of outsourced products and regularly visits factories to ensure the highest quality.
GingerChi donates a percentage of their revenue to charities that support women and the environment.