Relaxing Bath Salts Recipe
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Relaxing Bath Salts Recipe

Wonderful recipe for herbal bath salt recipe that will help you relax your worries away..

Recipe makes 2 - 8oz. jars of bath salt.

Ingredients Found At Natures Garden:

Directions:

Other Ingredients & Equipment You'll Need: 
Mixing Bowls
Mixing Spoons
Scale
 
 
Total Recipe Amounts:
480 grams Dead Sea Salt
10 grams Vanilla Powder
12 grams Cashmere Type Fragrance Oil
1 drop Da BOMB Soap Dye Yellow
2 tablespoons Chamomile Flowers
1 tablespoon Calendula Flowers

Before you begin, clean and sanitize your work area as well as your packaging materials. It is suggested that you wear gloves, protective clothing, and a hair net while preparing this recipe. 

Step 1:  To start, you will need two medium sized mixing bowls as well as your scale. In one bowl, weigh out 240 grams of the Dead Sea Salt. In the other bowl, do the same.
 
Step 2:  Next, we will add the Cashmere Type Fragrance Oil to scent the coarse salt. Add 6 grams in each of the bowls. Stir both and let them sit for a bit so the salt absorbs the fragrance.
 
Step 3:  Now, you can add in the vanilla powder. Weigh out 5 grams to put in each of the bowls. This step comes after the salt is scented in order to prevent any clumping. Mix to incorporate.
 
Step 4:  Then, to only one of the bowls, add 1 drop of the yellow soap dye. To the other bowl, add in 2 tablespoons of the Chamomile Flowers and 1 tablespoon of the Calendula Flowers. Stir each of the bowls separately.  
 
Step 5:  Finally, it is time to layer your bath salts. Grab your eight ounce jars and first place the yellow layer on the bottom. Then, place the clear layer on top to fill them the rest of the way. Place a lid on both of the jars.
 
Step 6:  When using the bath salts, simply place a scoop or two under your running bath water. If you do not want the herbs floating in your tub, you can fill a teabag with the salt mixture instead and place the tea bag into your bathtub.
 
Your relaxing bath salts are now ready to use!
 
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