As we have seen, shower steamers come in different scents ranging from the soothing lavender to the invigorating citrus. These scents each serve a unique purpose. Knowing your scents helps you determine which shower steamers to use and at what time. We have put together a pack of 12 which will include 2 of each of the 6 essential oils... give it a try and once you know what you like, we have our 6 packs per Essential Oil


Mornings. Showers in the morning are there to pick you up for the day. Energy-giving fragrances such as citrus, eucalyptus, peppermint are perfect for a morning energy burst. Anything with citrus or fresh herb fragrances will get you ready for the day.


Evenings. Evening showers are about relaxation. You just want to wind down, relax, and enjoy the remainder of the day. Various fragrances help with this, but none does it better than lavender.


Other fragrances with warm notes such as vanilla will also help with relaxation.

These are just the commonly available scents. There are many more shower steamer scents that exist. 



    If you pop it right in the middle and it gets a ton of water then it will react and disoolve quickly and may not last for more than one visit to the shower cubicle  However, if you you place it on the peroiphery of where the water may come into contact, the release of all the goodness, oils and scents will be mush slower, making for a longer last shower steamer fizzy tablet than you might ordinarily experience.

    A great benefit of shower steamers when compared with bath bombs is that they last longer.   Despite their diminutive appearance, and indeed, they are much smaller than a bath bomb, side by side, they last longer for a few reasons. 

    Because the shower steamer is not entirely immersed in water, they can be used in a shower, and have not dissolved completly by the time your shower has completed.  This will leave you some more shower steamer, for your next or even subsequent shower to that, meaning they last longer and you get more bang for buck.