Whether you believe it or not, the holidays are quickly approaching! So I can’t wait to share this simple bath salt DIY with you. It’s a perfect gift for friends, coworkers and family. You could also host your own spa night and make these with friends! I’m always looking for an excuse to get friends together. I love that you can really make these bath salts special by customizing your essential oil blends and packaging them up beautifully. Not only will they be an excuse for some relaxing “me time”, but they will look stunning in your bathroom. Useful and decorative? I’m a sucker for multipurpose products. 😉
-pink Himalayan salt
-Bokek Dead Sea Salt
For this DIY I created three bath salt recipes. One to energize and invigorate, another to help you feel cozy and relaxed, and finally one to give you lovely happy feelings. 🙂 To make your infused bath salts…
Step One: Start by measuring your salt by pouring it into the jar you plan on storing it in. Fill to the top. I used 12oz paragon jars. Once measured, pour your salt into a small mixing bowl.
Step Two: Add your combination of essential oils and mix together with a spoon thoroughly.
Step Three: Pour your infused salt back into your jar! I found using a funnel during this step really cut down on the mess!
Step Four: Add a beautiful label to your jar to add an extra special touch. I’m obsessed with the labels from Whimsy and Wellness. Tie a scoop with a pretty ribbon around it to make your gift ready for giving.
Guys, that is seriously all! So easy right?
To use your bath salts, draw a hot bath and add 1-2 scoops. Soak and take in the beautiful aromas. Maybe add in a candle, a good book and some background music to make it the “me time” night you’ve been dreaming of! 😉
Here are my favorite infused recipes…
For this recipe I used
-pink Himalayan salt
-6 drops of Wild Orange
-6 drops of Grapefruit
-1 drop of Lemongrass
-I used Bokek Dead Sea Salt since it’s known for softening the skin and relaxing the muscles!
-10 drops of Lavender
-3 drops of Eucalyptus
-I also used Bokek Dead Sea Salt for this recipe
-7 drops of Ylang Ylang
-2 drops of Cinnamon
-1 drop of Jasmine
Homemade gifts are usually the best gifts. 🙂 Enjoy, friends! Lots of love, Sav.
Credits//Author + Photography: Savannah Wallace. Photos edited with the NEW A Beautiful Mess actions.
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