Luxurious DIY Bath Salts For Relaxing Tub Time

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Easy-to-make bath salts

Nothing is more relaxing than a nice soak in a hot bath that’s also great to help your muscles and joints relax. Bath bombs are fun but bath salts help your body relax and detox for a more relaxing soak. Here are some easy recipes for DIY bath salts.

Lavender Dreams – Good for unwinding and getting ready for bed or a nap.

Ingredients
– 1/2 cup Sea Salt
– 1 cup Magnesium Flakes
– Purple Soap Colorant (for the desired color)
– 1 tbsp Sweet Almond Oil
– 10-15 drops of Lavender Essential Oil
– 1/4 cup Dried Lavender Sachets
– Mason Jar or Cute Container (airtight)

Instructions
1. In a small bowl, mix the sea salt with the magnesium flakes.
2. In another bowl, mix together essential oil and sweet almond oil, stir well.
3. Gradually combine the oil mixture into the salt mixture.
4. Stir well, then gradually mix in the lavender sachets.
5. Store in an airtight container (mason jar or cute container).

Rose Eucalyptus – Fresh floral fragrance is like bathing in perfume that’s also great for an invigorating cleanse.

Ingredients
– 1/4 cup Natrasorb Bath
– 1/4 cup Baking Soda
– 2 cups Epsom Salts
– 12 drops Eucalyptus Essential Oil
– 10 drops Rose Essential Oil
– Pieces of Dried Eucalyptus (optional)
– 1/4 cup Dried Rose Petal (pink or red, optional)
– 1/4 cup Milk or Coconut Milk Powder (optional)
– 1 Pair of Latex Gloves (optional for hand-mixing)
– Mason Jar or Cute Container (airtight)

Instructions
1. In a large mixing bowl, mix together the baking soda and Epsom salt with a large wooden spoon. (If you choose, mix in the optional milk or coconut milk).
2. In a separate medium bowl, combine the essential oils and Natrasorb Bath until oils absorb.
3. Combine the mixture from the medium bowl into the large bowl, mixing evenly until the mixture is evenly absorbed. If you have latex gloves, you can mix by hand.
4. Once the essential oils are absorbed in the mixture, you can add the optional flower or herbs as desired and mix evenly.
5. Scoop the mixture into an airtight container and enjoy!

For use add 1/2 – 1 cup of bath salts in the tub as it’s filling and add Epsom salts. Store your bath salts in a cold, dark space like on your towel rack or under the sink.

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