DIY Scented Bath Salts in 3 Minutes!

You will need

2 cups of Epsom salt
Epsom salt is a mild pain and itch reliever, and helps draw impurities from the body. You can find it at drugstores, usually in the foot-care aisle, in a carton or giant bag.

2 teaspoons of fruit or vegetable oil of your choice
I used jojoba oil, but you could use almond, olive, apricot, grapeseed … you name it.

5–10 drops of your favorite essential oil
I used tuberose, but you could use sandalwood, lavender, eucalyptus…again, any smell you like.

Optional: a drop or two of liquid food coloring
If you want a tint to your salts, use just a tiny, tiny bit of liquid food coloring. It may give bath water a bit of a tint, but it’s safe! Here, two drops of teal coloring turned the salts soft cyan.

Optional: 1/4 cup sea salt
It somehow makes the water feel silky, and the salty steam can leave hair with a lovely beachy texture.

A glass jar with a lid

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