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Scented Bath Salts

# Of Applications: 4
Prep. Time: 0:05

1 cup Epsom salts
10 drops essential oil
1 drop food coloring

-Shake all ingredients in a Ziploc bag until coated.
-Store in bottle or bag.

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Notes:
This makes a wonderful gift when poured in a decorative glass bottle. When selecting an oil for scent, read warnings about use. Some oils are not intended to have direct contact with skin.

(4) Visitor Comments:

  • this is a wonderful idea for xmas gifts

  • Try using lavender essential oil. It's safe to use in direct contact with skin and is very relaxing, perfect for bath crystals

  • Wow! I can't thank you enough for your homemade recipe for bath Crystals...I tried it and love it. Sincere 'thank you' for sharing this with the world. Relaxxxing appreciation from Vancouver Island, British Columbia

  • I love making my own bath crystals. I have been doing so for a few years. It is a great gift idea as well. A great relaxing yet uplifting scent (wonderful for mother's day gifts) is lavender and sweet orange essential oils. Lavender is a relaxing scent and sweet orange is uplifting. Both are wonderful!! The amount one uses of each scent should be based on personal desires. Please note: ziplock bags may be used for quick mixing but plastic sucks the essential oil sents right out of the crystals, therefore, I prefer to mix in a glass or metal container and store in glass.

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