Dr. Teal's With Melatonin For A Better Night's Sleep

by - Sunday, September 05, 2021

Relaxing and getting a good night's sleep hasn't been easy for me the last year and a half, and I am guessing it might not have been the easiest for a lot of you either. Baths have become a solid part of my nighttime and mental health routine ever since the first shut down last spring. Even with baths, getting to sleep and staying asleep has been a regular challenge. This is where Dr. Teal's Melatonin line of bath products comes into play.

Dr. Teal's Sleep Bath Melatonin Foaming Bath and Dr. Teal's Melatonin Sleep Soak Epsom Salt both have soothing scents that contain actual essential oils as well as Melatonin to help you relax and have a deeper sleep.

-Melatonin helps regulate sleep and wake cycles
-Lavender and Chamomile essential oils help reduce stress and encourage relaxation
-Promotes a better night’s sleep.
-Long lasting bubbles gently cleanse
-Paraben-free  ~drteals.com

The formula has a rich Lavender scent that is accented by Chamomile and Patchouli. Mixed together in the formula it comes off as less heavy than straight lavender. It also is super relaxing to breathe in. Melatonin is in it to help relax your body, as well as the Epson Salt that is in both formulas.

Dr. Teal's Foaming Baths are by far my favourite bubble baths out there. They are gigantic in size, produce huge bubbles and are not drying to the skin all while being affordable. This formula has Shea Butter in it to help hydrate the skin. They never leave a ring around my tub and even have Epsom Salt in them for muscle pains. The Sleep Bath formula is no exception. This stuff foams up and smells great. 

Dr. Teal's Epsom Salts have also been reviewed on here a few times. I love them because you really don't need a ton to get the scent pay off.  I often find myself using far less than the 2 cups they recommend, but since I actually want to get the most out of the Melatonin in it I actually do use 2 cups. 

They also recommend mixing it with your body wash and using it as a scrub (homemade scrubs are always awesome). They also recommend soaking in it for at least 20 minutes (my baths are now approximately 90 mins to 2 hours long so it is not a problem at all for me).

I definitely found while using these two products, and often together that my muscles were less soar (and man have they been soar lately) which is a major part of my nighttime restlessness. As well the relaxing scent helps get me into a bedtime routine feel a lot faster. I actually started to brush my teeth and do my skincare before my baths because I often start to drift off in the tub and want to go right to bed without losing that feeling.

Overall I love these two products alone and together. Now that the weather is cooling down I feel I will be using them nightly in my ridiculously long baths. My muscles feel less sore and I get into a very relaxed state using them and I end up sleeping better all around. There really is no downside to them.

* The bath soak was sent to me to review, the bath foam was purchased with my own money. All views and opinions are my own. This post contains affiliate links. If you use these links to buy something we may earn a commission. Thanks.

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