Wondering how to create your own homemade bath salts recipe? This unique homemade bath salt recipe will relax you to a soothing bath and soothe sore muscles after a hard day at work or school, with four different combinations for your salt bath formula to suit your individual needs.
First, mix the water and bath salt mixture until the mixture is lukewarm to the touch. Next, add about one tablespoon of lavender oil and massage the oil into your skin. Finally, pour in your salts and let the mixture sit on your skin until it is completely absorbed by your skin.
You may also want to try this bath salt recipe using lavender oil, almond oil, lemon oil, and jojoba oil as well. Just combine these ingredients together in a jar and store for a month to let them blend and dry out and set in the air for a week. After a week, take the mixture and add a teaspoon of essential oil, like lavender, almond, lemon, or jojoba to scent the mixture. Then, shake the jar and your homemade bath salt is ready to use.
Another bath salt recipe that is not as easy as it sounds but still very rewarding is making a mixture from crushed baking soda and Epsom salt. Mix the two ingredients and then leave it on your face until it sets in the morning. For the best results, do this while you are sleeping. This is a great way to get rid of stress and tension.
One salt bath salt recipe that is not so popular, but really does work is using rose water, honey and lavender. Mix these two ingredients together and apply them to your body. You can add a few drops of each of these components to your bath water if you wish. Let it sit on your body until the mixture sets in the morning.
The last bath salts recipe that I have found to be very effective was mixing lavender, lemon juice, lemon oil, and salt together. Leave this mixture on my body for one hour before retiring to bed.
Hopefully, you will find these four-bath salt recipe recipes to be beneficial and you will use them frequently in your home as well as trying out the others if they appeal to you as you enjoy your stay in the tub and soaking in the bath.
There are a ton of places that sell these bath salt and bath products, which will make it even easier to find your perfect bath salt recipe. Just remember to keep the sodium content as low as possible. As a rule of thumb, avoid anything with more than three percent sodium in them.
A salt bath recipe is best used after having a bath. Once you have your bath, remove yourself from the shower and allow yourself to soak in the tub. While you are soaking, try to imagine a salt shaker sitting on top of your body.
When you are ready to clean the salt out of your bath, simply use a towel to dry your hair and body. If you have any excess water on your hair, pour it away and try again later. It is important to rinse your entire body to get rid of all traces of the salt.
If your bath is made from ceramic, then you will need to wipe off the salt and then rinse it down with warm water.
Salt is a wonderful and inexpensive natural ingredient, especially when compared to commercial products. I am sure you will try this bath salt recipe and enjoy it.