Relaxing Bath Salts for pampering were the best gift my girls gave me this year for my birthday. They smelled so good and I quickly used them all. I figured it couldn’t be that hard to make my own, so below are the directions to make not only a scented bath salt, but one that helps with minor aches and pains.
There are several variation that I found on the internet that I wanted to share with you as well.
The nice thing about this is that it really is idiot proof!
16 ounces of bath salt
15-30 drops of essential oil
Mix the oil with the salt and store in a glass jar. Let it sit for several days, then use.
Add a 1/3 to 1/2 cup to bath water while filling the tub.
Pour a glass of wine, light a candle and enjoy your relaxing bath salts.
Different types of salt that can be used:
Dead Sea Salt. It contains magnesium, potassium and bromide as well as other minerals. It relaxes sore muscles and acts as a skin softener.
Pure Atlantic Sea Salt. This salt contains natural trace minerals and if free of additives.
Organic Grey Sea Salt. Grey sea salt is colored by the clay from where the salt is collected.
Himalayan Pink Salt. This is my favorite. It’s pretty and has a high mineral content.
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