Homemade Bath Salts

Why spend a fortune buying bath salts in the store, when you can make it at home for a fraction of the price?! Here is a simple bath salt recipe. Feel free to change it up and use your favorite essential oils!

With my first batch of bath salts, I used 10 drops of Peppermint Oil and 3 drops of Tea Tree Oil. I used those two scents because I already have them on hand.

Here are some benefits to bath salts:
~Improve circulation
~Reduce tenderness
~Great for easing stiff, sore muscles and aching feet and legs
~Help purify the skin, cleansing away dirt, sweat, and toxins. Aid in healing of dry skin, making skin softer and more supple.
~Salts can also help improve common irritations such as insect bites, minor rashes, and calluses on feet, as well as more serious skin conditions like athlete’s foot, eczema, and psoriasis.

Super Easy Recipe ~

In a large glass or metal bowl, stir together…
2 cups Epsom Salt or Dead Sea Salt – or 1 cup of each (Do not use table salts, they will dry out skin! And when using Dead Sea Salt, be sure to remove any dark pieces that may have slipped through processing.) 
1-2 teaspoons of baking soda, if desired (Makes skin soft.)
10-12 drops of essential oil (Lavender is best for a relaxing bath, Vanilla and Eucalyptus are also fabulous However, this is completely up to you!)
You can also add a small amount of food coloring paste (the kind used for cake decorating) if desired, but it’s not necessary. I prefer not to use coloring, but it’s up to you. This is your own homemade bath salt, make it however you want!
After you have stirred the salt really well (I do this for at least two minutes because it’s fun; the more you stir the more the wonderful scent begins to come through!), pour into pretty glass jars and attach lids.
As for glass jars, reuse what you already have! Try using baby food jars, spaghetti and jelly jars, etc!

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  1. aesh came says:

    thanks for this..may come in handy..always wondered what salt bath are for..

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