DIY bath salts

Yesterday on my Insta I shared with you the super fun process of making DIY bath salts! After you all voted, it was an overwhelming YES for me to post this recipe on the blog! SO HERE I GO!

I rolled up at Target and was able to get the majority of my ingredients for fairly cheap! $11 dollars for 12 four oz canning jars (use glass or stainless steal to store your new bath salts in, anything else will ruin the integrity of the essential oils!), a HUGE ol’ bag of Epsom salt for about $8, and I was all set! For fun, I added organic dried flowers from amazon! $5 without shipping for a cute baggy of dried rose and lavender petals! And a 16 oz bag of organic pink Himalayan salt from HomeGoods $3!

From there, I would put three parts Epsom salt to one part pink salt and flower petals! Once that was all happy in the jar, I’d add 5 to 10 drops of my favorite essential oils! Everything from Christmas Spirit and Orange, to Lavender and Cedarwood made it into these little jars! My mom’s favorite combo was Inner Child and Bergamot! SO floraly and relaxing! Depending on who likes what scent, I will let my friends smell and decide which one they would like to take home! I added ribbon and a gift tag to each one and DONE! In theory, each gift cost me roughly $3 to make!๐Ÿ˜<<<<<<<<
ou'd like a list of the needs for this project, scroll below for your screen shot opportunity!โœจ๐Ÿ’•๐Ÿ‘‡๐Ÿป

TO GET: Mason jars

Epsom salt

Essential oils of your choice, I used YL oils of course! Check out this link to get your hands on some!

Optional: Pink Himalayan salt

Dried flower petals, I got mine from Amazon!

Ribbon and gift tags

A sharpie to label! (I was too forgetful to remember what I’d put in each jar! Lol)


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