How To Make Your Own Bath Salts by Melissa Lickers - Musely
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How To Make Your Own Bath Salts

posted in Skin & Body
06/01/2014
  • Materials

    Coarse sea salt
    Epsom salts
    Baking soda
    Essential oils
    Food coloring

  • Steps

    In a large bowl, mix to combine: 6 parts coarse sea salt; 3 parts epsom salts, to soothe tired muscles and reduce inflammation; and 1 part baking soda, to soften waters and alleviate skin irritation.
    Add a few drops of essential oils, and combine.

  • Add a few drops of food coloring, until you achieve the desired shade. If you intend to present the bath salts as gifts, be sure to store them in a stoppered and labeled container to keep out moisture.

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