DIY – Exfoliating Bath Salts

We all experienced that feeling when we decide to skip our peaceful, calming bath and choose to take a regular shower, because of the lack of time, or our children desires.
The night bath is a kind of a ceremony for us to communicate with our sould at time of needs, and what time fits better than when we lay down in warm, bubbly water.πŸ˜‡

But, baths can also be highly exfoliating and nourishing for the skin, and skipping it will harm the long-term skincare proccess you’re taking care to. Lack of exfoliation create many skin issues such as irritations, blemishes, spots, bacterias and much more that will be hard to deal with once its out there on our body.😱

What’s so exfoliating about these bath salts?πŸ€”Β 
This recipe is made with 7 natural simple ingrredients.
Every ingredient possesses different kinds and amounts of properties, that helps our skin to deal with many damgaes.

This recipe contains ingredients that will remove the excess dirt & oil from our pores, so it would be able to soak in any other feeding nutrients this recipe contains.

But if you’re here today, worry no more!
In this blog post, we are going to learn how to make homemade bath salts.πŸ§‚

An effective, simple recipe that is made with natural ingredients alone, such asΒ Baking soda, Citric acid, Eposm salt, Castile soap, Almond oil, Lavender essential oil & Peppermint essential oil.

So now that we all know the efficiency of a nice salted bath, let’s go and learn how to make our own DIY exfoliating bath salts recipe!πŸ’œ

DIY3 exfoliating bath salts

Ingredients ⭐️

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1/2 Cup.

Baking Soda

1/2 Cup.

Citric Acid

2 Cups.

Eposm Salt

1/4 Cup.

Castile Soap

2 Tsp.

Almond Oil

10 Drops.

Lavender Essential Oil

10 Drops.

Peppermint Essential Oil

By your choice.

Purple Mica

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How To Make πŸ₯£

Step 1

Put the epsom salt, baking soda and citric acid in a bowl Mix well, Add the mica powder and mix well

Step 4

Put the essential oils, almond oil and castille soap in a bowl and mix well.

Step 3

Combine both of the mixtures and mix gently until you get a consistent texture

Step 4

Put the mix in parchment paper lined cookie sheet to dry

Step 5

To help the salts dry, keep breaking it from time to time

Step 6

When dry, use meat tenderizer or potato masher to break it into the currect form

Step 7

Transfer the mixture to a jar for storage

How To Use ❓

Pour one 140ml cup of salts into your bath and wait until it starts to dissolve. Get into your hot bubbly exfoliating bath and lay down for a minimum of 10 minutes to soothe muscle aches, irritations, or reduce new spots on our skin.

Notes πŸ“Œ

To helps salts dry, keep breaking it from time to time

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