The fall is here and it’s getting colder every day, so sometimes a hot bath is a perfect thing to warm up and relax a bit. To fully enjoy the bath and get a spa-like experience, make your own bath salts. Homemade bath salts are a thousand times better than those from the shop ones because you can incorporate ingredients that you like, avoid harmful and allergic substances and personalize the smell.
You can easily make luxurious rose bath salts taking just Epsom salts, mineral or sea salts and dry roses. Put the dry roses into a food processor and mix for just a few seconds, the petals break up into beautiful tiny pieces, that’s better for your bathtub when the bath time is over.
Pumpkin spice is truly a fall thing, and you can make pumpkin spice salts to have a fall-inspired bath. Take pumpkin spice fragrance oil and food coloring and enjoy this fall bath!
These luxury detox bath salts contain baking soda, 5-7 drops each of lemongrass essential oil and ginger essential oil and some rose petals, dried. This is a warming up and detoxing mixture and roses will give your bath a luxury touch.
Make bath salts with peppermint essential oil, rosehip oil and organic dried and crushed rose and carnation petals. Now take a relaxing soak and say goodbye to the sore muscles while the peppermint oil cools you off after a long hard day in the garden!
These lavender salts contain enough Epsom salts. Do you know why are the latter so good for you? Epsom salts are an excellent source on magnesium. Low magnesium intake results in a buildup of lactic acid which is partly responsible for muscle soreness. Magnesium is important for flexibility, without it muscles do not relax properly causing pain and tightness.
This bath salt has a lovely scent that is so refreshing for a bath time soak. The natural oils in the orange help with moisturizing, while the green tea contains additional antioxidant properties and benefits for tired skin. Green tea is also said to tighten skin and give you an incredible glow.
Baking soda helps sooth your skin, and vanilla is a very calming scent, that’s why they were chosen for this bath salt. Food coloring and dried botanicals are optional.
Refresh and energize yourself with these citrus salts! 2-3 drops orange essential oil, 2-3 drops lemon essential oil, 1 tbsp orange zest and 1 tbsp lemon zest with sea salt will give you an amazing refreshing effect at once.
Lemon is known to rejuvenate energy and nourishes the skin. The dried chamomile flower is used as an anti-inflammatory and to treat muscle spasms. It’s also known to fight depression and anxiety. We don’t need more this fall! Make this simple floral salt and feel fine with it!
Clear your pores, purify your skin, cleansing away dirt, sweat, and unwanted toxins and hydrate with these salts. Almond and jasmine essential oils are here to help you with that.
This recipe is perfectly formulated with a blend of organic ingredients to help draw toxins from your body, ease body aches, relieves congestion, improves breathing, and promotes a good night’s sleep. Lavender, rose petals, calendula petals and lavender oil are a mix that you need to relax.
Here’s super relaxing bath salt, it’s a real spa-like experience. Allow your mind to drift away as you bathe yourself in the soothing aroma of lavender. The combination of Epsom and crystal salts draws out toxins and exfoliates the physical body.