Bath Salts Recipe

3 Bath Salts Recipe

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Bath salts

Three Bath Salts Recipes

Posted: 24 Nov 2012 11:32 AM PST

Last weekend I taught a Baths Salts & Sugar Scrubs class at Confluence Gallery & Art Center.  I posted general recipes for participants to follow, and offered a wide selection of herbs and oils for them to create their own luxurious concoctions. Over the two hour span, the group came up with many different variations of the posted recipes – perfect gifts for the holidays!

Here are three of the bath salt recipes that the participants created!

1. Rosemary & Orange Bath Salts


Ingredients:
2 C. Epsom salt
1 C. course sea salt
1/2 C. baking soda (aluminum free, if possible)
2 Tbsp dried orange rind
2 Tbsp dried rosemary
10-20 drops rosemary essential oil

Directions:
– Combine the Epsom salt, sea salt, and baking soda in a glass bowl. Mix well.
– Add in the essential oil and herbs. Mix well.
– Store in glass jars until ready to use.

 

2. Lavender and Lemon Bath Salts

 

 

Ingredients:

2 C. Epsom salt
1 C. course sea salt
1/2 C. baking soda (aluminum free, if possible)
2 Tbsp dried lemon rind
2 Tbsp dried lavender
10-20 drops lavender essential oil

Directions:
– Combine the epsom salt, sea salt, and baking soda in a glass bowl. Mix well.
– Add in the essential oil and herbs. Mix well.
– Store in glass jars until ready to use.

 

3. Lavender and Rose Petals Bath Salts

 

 

Ingredients:

2 C. Epsom salt
1 C. course sea salt
1/2 C. baking soda (aluminum free, if possible)
2 Tbsp dried lavender flowers
2 Tbsp dried rose petals
10-20 drops lavender essential oil

Directions:
– Combine the Epsom salt, sea salt, and baking soda in a glass bowl. Mix well.
– Add in the essential oil and herbs. Mix well.
– Store in glass jars until ready to use.

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