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Making Bath Salts
Making your own scented bath salts is easy! Bath salts are a wonderful way to combine the theraputic benefits of our all-natural bath salt with the relaxing, soothing effects of aromatherapy. Creating your own unique bath salt recipe can be as simple as adding essential oils to bath salts, but adding dried herbs, colorants or other natural ingredients make the possibilities endless.
Making these bath salts for yourself or for your business takes little time and is very rewarding. SaltWorks™ offers these free bath salt recipes below for making wonderful spa products like scented bath salts, salt glows, bath teas, bath bombs and salt crystal potpourri!
relax, renew, refresh… Materials for making bath salts
Simple Scented Bath Salt Recipe
16 ounces all-natural bath salt
15-30 drops of essential oil
In a mixing bowl, add drops of the essential oil to the bath salt and mix well. Store in a glass jar. Add 1/3 to 1/2 cup of the scented salts to a bath for a soothing, luxurious experience!
Our Favorite Bath Salts:
Bokek Dead Sea Bath Salt
Bokek Dead Sea Salt This is the most unique salt when it comes to the good stuff. Magnesium, Potassium and Bromide (just to name a few) act as natural skin softeners & muscle relaxants.
Ceara Bath Salt
Ceara Pure Atlantic Sea Salt Unrefined Atlantic sea salt from the pristine waters off the coast of Brazil. Contains all of its natural trace minerals but has none of the additives found in processed salts.
Breton Grey Bath Salt
Breton™ Organic Grey Sea Salt A naturally beautiful sea salt. The grey color comes from the clay lined salt ponds where the salt is collected by hand. Contains essential minerals that your skin will drink up!
Ultra Epsom Salt
Ultra Epsom Salt Not your ordinary Epsom salt! This sparkling variety is pharmaceutical grade so it is super high quality. Magnesium Sulfate is wonderful for softening skin.
Himalayan Pink Bath Salt
Himalayan Pink Bath Salt This salt is found in the majestic Himalayan Mountain Range. The color comes from the high mineral content. It’s not only pretty—it’s good for you!
16 ounces Bokek Dead Sea Salt
20 drops Lavender Oil
16 ounces Himalayan Pink Bath Salt
10 drops Spearmint Oil
5 drops Rosemary Oil
16 ounces Ceara Pure Atlantic Sea Salt
20 drops Sweet Orange Oil
10 drops Grapefruit Oil
soothe your muscles
16 ounces Ultra Epsom Salt
5 drops Eucalyptus Oil
15 drops Lavender Oil
CAUTION: Essential oils may cause sensitivity to your skin. Oils you should avoid in your bath salt recipes include but are not limited to: basil, oregano, thyme, nutmeg, clove, cinnamon, black pepper, and bay (Pimenta and Laurus)
Consult your physician before using essential oils if you have high blood pressure, are pregnant or have other medical concerns.