Bath Salt Recipe

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Relaxing Bath Salt Recipe

Are you ready for some much-needed relaxation? Try this super soothing bath salt recipe and take some time for yourself. Everyone needs a moment to relax—whether your life is crazy at work, home, school, etc., take a minute to relax and refresh.

This salt bath soak will not only leave you feeling relaxed but will also benefit your skin.  Soaking in Epsom salt helps removes excess dead skin, leaving your whole body feeling soft and smooth. In addition, the salts dissolve into the water creating a luxurious feel, while the essential oils provide a soothing scent and aromatherapy.

This bath salt recipe will help your stress melt away while you refresh and hydrate your skin.

This bath salt is helpful in creating smoother skin and a peaceful mind and is also fun to make. Making your skincare can be a bit of fun! It's a high activity; do it with friends, kids, or just yourself. Taking the time to create your very own personalized bath salt allows you to relax while making it!

You can alter the recipe and build it your way if you prefer. For example, adding citric acid to your bath salt will cause your bath to become fizzy. If you have a favorite essential oil you like to use, add a few drops of that in!

The possibilities are endless when creating your skincare. This recipe is simple enough that anyone can make it without formulating experience. And they can make a great gift to anyone that likes to relax by soaking in a beautiful, hot, luxurious bath.

Homemade Bath Salt Recipe


  • 2 Tablespoons of Sea Salt
  • 2 Tablespoons Epsom Salt
  • 3 Tablespoons Baking Soda
  • 4 Drops of Lavender Essential Oil
  • 4 Drops of Roman Chamomile Essential Oil
  • 1 Tablespoon Citric Acid (optional)


Combine all ingredients in a bowl and mix well. For an extra fizzy bath, add 1 Tablespoon of Citric Acid. Pour 1/4 cup of the salt mixture into running water and agitate slightly to dissolve—store the remaining mixture in a jar for future use.

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Kari Thomas wrote this article.