Lavender Bath Salt Recipes

Here are some lavender bath salt recipes I hope you'll enjoy. You can change any recipe by changing or adding different kinds of essential oils or herbs to your salt. You can replace the sea salt completely or exchange some of the salt with one or a combination of other minerals like baking soda, epsom salt, or clay.

Making bath salts is fun, you can add the scent that appeals to you at the moment. Somedays you may want a floral scent, another day a spicy scent, or something that is energizing or uplifting. Follow your nose and emotions. One of the things I like about making my own lavender bath salt recipes , is I can change it to fit my mood. Have fun with it.

Salt is great for detoxifying and for cleansing. Sea salt is best but can be expensive. It's drying on the skin so you may want to apply lotion or oil on your skin after, or add 2 tablespoons of carrier oils to your bath. The disadvantage with salt is it can sting open cuts.

Lavender Bath Salt
This bath salt recipe is is a simple one.
2 ounces or 4 tablespoons of salt
18 drops of lavender essential oil
mix and store in a jar or bottle,
Add 1 or 2 tablespoons to your bath water. Soak and enjoy this relaxing bath.

Lavender Orange bath salt
2 ounces or 4 tablespoons of sea salt.
10 drops of lavender oil.
8 drops of bergamot or sweet orange oil.
Mix and bottle.
Use 1 or 2 tablespoons per bath.

This lavender bath salt recipe shouldn't be used in the summer or if you're using a tanning booth. This can cause photosensitivity for about 24 hours. I love this scent in the winter months. This recipe is very uplifting for the spirit.

Immunity booster bath salt
This is a good recipe for when you feel like you're coming down with something.
2 ounces or 4 tablespoons of salt
8 drops lavender
8 drops tea tree oil
2 drops lemon myrtle
Mix and bottle.
Use 2 tablespoons per bath. Then go to bed and try to get some rest.

Relax and enjoy! :)

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