DIY Himalayan Bath Salts: A Relaxing Floral Recipe
Spring has officially sprung and this year especially I just can not get enough of the gorgeous smell of all the beautiful blooms! I typically forget as spring gives way to fun and exciting summer adventures, but I truly do love Spring and the feeling of rebirth that comes along with it, such a beautiful time!
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Ingredients And Supplies Needed
(These quantities will make two small, 6 oz, jars as pictured, or 1 larger 12 oz jar. Adjust quantity of ingredients for the size of the jar/jars you want to use)
1 Cups Epsom Salt
Dried Flowers (1 Tsp Each) - Rose Bud, Chamomile, Lavender
1 Tsp Rosehip Seed Oil
1/4 Tsp Vitmain E Oil
5 Drops Polysorbate 80
7 Drops Geranium Essential Oil
Container/Jar (I love these little ones that have the spoon rest, perfect for bath salts although will only hold 8 oz!)
Avery Labels (the free file is formatted for the 2 inch diameter circle labels)
Garden Bath Salts DIY Recipe
This recipe is so simple you can make several batches in under 30 minutes… seriously! You will want to first stir and sift together your epsom salt and Himalayan salt in a bowl. Now add in your dried flowers and stir them gently and evenly into the mixture.
Next, in a smaller bowl combine the Rosehip Oil, Vitamin E Oil, Polysorbate, and Essential Oils and stir them together well. The Polysorbate is not an absolute necessity but can help disperse the oils into the bath water and make the tub easier to clean free the oils (although there is not a ton in this recipe).
The last step is to give the small oil bowl one last stir to combine and then pour the contents into the salt bowl and then mix it all together gently - but well. Once everything is well mixed simply bottle it up, print your labels, and gift away! These would be perfect for end of the summer teacher gifts or Mothers Day gifts!