Wednesday, May 8, 2013

DIY Bath Salts Recipe

Last week I made some bath salts for a church activity. I thought I'd share the recipe since they are super easy to make. Bath salts would be a great Mother's Day gift.




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Bath Salts Recipe

1 c. baking soda
1/2 c. sea salt
1 1/2 c. epsom salt
6 drops fragrance {I used vanilla musketeer}
Mix together.

I love this little jar that the sea salt came in. I just had to wash off the label and scrub with a little goo gone and it's ready for the bath salts.


Coming up tomorrow: Brown Sugar Scrub
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5 comments :

  1. Oh my!I want to make/use this!!! Super cute! I like your fragrance choice too. :)

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    Sarah @
    Naptime Nothings
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  2. Very creative.. Love the look. I am new from southern charm. I would love for you to check out my blog and follow me back, Nicole!

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  3. What is a musketeer? Is that the same as Vanilla Essence that you use for cooking?

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    1. I bought it at the health foods store. It is a fragrance, not to be eaten, and it was called Vanilla Musketeer. You could try vanilla extract, but the scent might not be as strong.

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