Indigofera Sacred Aromatherapy
Palmarosa essential oil 4 drops
Lavender essential oil 12 drops
Geranium essential oil 4 drops
Ylang Ylang essential oil 2 drops
Sweet Orange essential oil 3 drops
Baking Soda 1/4 c
a handful of mixed dried botanical or herbs
For moisturizing bath add two tablespoons of your favorite plant based carrier oil. My favorite is sweet almond oil
- 3 cups
Dead Seasalt, regular sea salt or Epsom salt, or a blend of two or three of these salts. Sea salts typically come in several grain sizes. Combining multiple grain sizes can make your salts more appealing. Keep in mind, however, that more course grains do take longer to dissolve in the tub.
- 15-24 drops of your selected essential oil or essential oil blend. Be sure and take heed in the safety data for the oil(s) you choose to use.
- 1 tablespoon sweet almond or olive oil
Place the salt mixture into a bowl. In a separate small bowl or bottle mix vegetable oil and the drops of your chosen essential oils. Next add it to the plain salts and mix well plastic spoon. Add the mixture to a pretty jar, decorate with raffia and dried eucalyptus. Salts that are kept in a container that is not air tight will lose their aroma more quickly.
After a day, you may wish to mix well again to ensure that the oils are well incorporated.
To Color to Your Salts:
For the most natural bath salt recipe, leave your bath salts uncolored. Certain exotic salts including Hawaiian Red Sea salt and Black Sea Pink salt are naturally colorful. Try mixing these salts with with
If you would like to add color to your salts, mica powder can be added before you add the essential oils. When adding mica powder, only add a tiny amount (1/16-1/8 a teaspoon is usually sufficient) and stir very well. Using too much dye or mica powder can discolor the water and discolor skin, so be very careful. Leave bath salts at a soft pastel color.
Add 1/2-1 cup of the salts to running bath water. Mix well to ensure that the salt has dispersed well in the tub before entering. To keep the essential oils from evaporating too quickly, you can add the bath salts just before getting in the tub instead of while the water is running. Sitting on undissolved chunky bath salts, however, can be uncomfortable, so make sure the salts have dissolved well before entering.
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