bath salt recipe
by Mariève

This bath salt recipe is brought to us by Mariève of Eastern Ontario, Canada. This creative young artisan is a University student who will soon be leading a classroom and molding young lives.

She loves to make her own bath and beauty products. Eucalyptus is her favorite scent because it is strong and relaxing.

She says the best thing about this recipe―is that it is simple and all the ingredients can be easily found in her community. These recipes bring great twist on the classic lavender bath salt and eucalyptus bath salt recipes.

When it come to presentation and packaging, Mariève suggests that you use your imagination! She likes to keep things simple and natural and opted for a mason jar with some ribbon.

Mariève is contemplating bath bombs as her next bath product recipe. She adds that she would also like thinking about making scented candles because the combination of a warm bath by candlelight sound like the best way to relax.


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BATH SALT RECIPE

Lavender and Red Currant and Thyme Tea

What you need :

  • 2.5 pounds (1135 grams) of Epsom salt
  • few drops of food coloring
  • 40 drops of red currant& thyme tea fragrance oil
  • 20 drops of lavender essential oil
  • glass jars

Instructions

Pour the epsom salts into a large bowl.

Sprinkle the red currant& thyme tea fragrance oil and lavender essential oil.* Don’t forget to sprinkle the essential oil and the fragrance everywhere and not in one spot *.

Stir really well.

Add 2 drops of blue food coloring and stir again. Repeat until you have the desired color.

Pour into glass containers. You can also add a ribbon or a gift tag.




Eucalyptus and Strawberry

What you need :

  • 2.5 pounds (1135 grams) of Epsom salt
  • few drops food coloring
  • 30 drops strawberry essential oil
  • 5-10 drops of eucalyptus essential oil
  • glass jars

Instructions

Pour the epsom salts into a large bowl.

Sprinkle the strawberry and eucalyptus essential oil.* Don’t forget to sprinkle the essential oils everywhere and not in one spot *.

Stir really well.

Add 2 drops of blue food coloring and stir again. Repeat until you have the desired color.

Pour into glass containers. You can also add a ribbon or a gift tag.



You can choose and make your own scent. Just pick one or two essential oils or fragrance oils that you like and add them to your Epsom salt. Find out more about the benefits of Epsom salt and see our list of suggested books for more recipes.

enjoy your bath salts!

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