Homemade Shower Vapor Discs

Homemade Shower Vapor Disc Recipe to use when you have a cold

Homemade Shower Vapor Discs

It is that time of year!  Winter weather seems to bring with it colds and flu.  I suffered from a terrible head cold over the holidays and it was miserable! 

I hate having a stuffy head!  While I was on the couch in my jammies, I spent a lot of time on Pinterest and came across this fun Homemade Shower Vapor Disc recipe.  They really work to clear out your sinuses! 

They are both inexpensive and very simple to make!

Here is what you need:

Baking Soda

Water

Eucalyptus Oil

Cupcake liners

Directions:

Place liners in cupcake pan.  Mix 3 cups of Baking Soda with 1 cup of water.  The mixture should be very sludgy and putty like.  Fill the liners 1/2 full.  Let them sit and cure overnight. Add 15 drops of Oil to the top of the discs.  

Homemade Shower Vapor Disc Recipe to use when you have a cold

Store in a sealed container.  I have a jar filled with discs in my bathroom and handy.  I also think these would make a sweet gift with some tissue and chicken noodle soup for a sick friend. 

Homemade Shower Vapor Disc Recipe to use when you have a cold

Homemade Shower Vapor Disc Recipe to use when you have a cold

Comments

    • bridget says

      But what I want to know is if it is 15 drops per disc? Yes these ingredients are safe for bath water.

  1. Charlotte says

    OK, I need help….it says “shower” discs. Do you just put them in the shower for the aroma? Does the steam from the shower make them work?

  2. nancy says

    My goodness I LOVE this idea! I mean LOVE!!!! I mean it;s something that everyone could use and it’s pretty too!
    Thx for passing it on.
    nancy-of the crazy 9

  3. says

    awesome! my husband loves eucalyptus so i will have to try this maybe this weekend! im linking up with you all on your first link up- i hope its a success because its really fun and i found you!
    thanks so much- im following for sure!

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