How to make Them

The best things to make simplest things, especially when it comes to health and beauty. To make these simple creations brings together all aspects of our life, health, love, travel and spirituality.

 

Salt Soaks:

To make salt soaks, it needs some extra love and attention. Salts soaks are combined with salt, essential oils, and sometimes beautifying and detoxifying clays. They are heavily therapeutic and can be used to heal a number of different ailments or skin issues. They are probably best for as being used for relaxation after a long day or used to reduce stress.

 

Supplies:

  • To mix bowl.
  • Measuring cups.
  • 26-ounce to 32-ounce glass jar for storage (depending on recipe)
  • Whisk (optional)

 

 

Storage:

To store bath salts, its entirely depends on you how fancy you would like to get. But recommending storing the salts in a glass container or jar. Glass mason jars work great, plus their pricing is extremely reasonable. You can find more decorative jars at a local craft store.

 

Sterilize Storage jar:

The process is very easy, bring a large pot of water to boil and then let the glass jar or container simmer in the boiling water for about five minutes. Remove and place on a clean towel to dry and cool off. This will ensure that putting salt soak into a clean container and will help it to stay fresh longer.

 

Directions:

  • Measuring out and add the dry ingredients to a mixing bowl.
  • Mixing dry ingredients with clean or a whisk.
  • Add oil and mix again.
  • Pouring mixture into a jar.
  • Store it in a cool, dry and dark area when not in use.

 

 

Salt Scrubs:

Salt scrubs are used to remove dead and dry skin. Skin literally glowing after using them. They are great for reenergizing and leave your body feeling invigorated. Using salt scrubs in a shower or before soaking in a bath.

 

Supplies

  • To measure cups.
  • Measure spoons.
  • Small spoon for mixing.
  • 250ml mason jar for storage.

 

 

Storage:

Usually, need to use smaller mason jars for scrubs. Scrubs can last up to a month or so, but longer than that is not recommended. Vitamin E oil can be added to the recipes as a preservative.

 

Direction:

Making a scrub is one of the easiest things for anyone. So worth the reward it hardly seems possible this simple works wonders when it comes to overall health and beauty. Scrubs will leave skin glowing and help reduce stress, vital for overall wellness.

 

Follow this direction to make all scrub recipes, switching out the ingredients on the recipe.

 

  • Sterilize storage bar.
  • After the jar has been dried and cooled, add some salt to the jar.
  • Add some vegetable, nut carrier and mix.
  • Add essential oils and mix thoroughly.
  • And the last thing, store it in a dark, cool and dry area when not in use.

 

 

Bath Bombs:

 

Unlike salt soaks, bath bombs are also dry, molded mixtures of salts, clays, baking soda, citric acid and essential oils that fizz when dropping them into water.

 

Measuring for salt soaks and scrubs is not exactly crucial, it is for bath bombs. It took some experimenting to get first bath bombs to work, but when they were buzzing and fizzing like no other. It was totally being exciting. These can be a great gift as there something really playful about them. They also have similar benefits so salt soaks. They are relaxing after the fizzing has subsided many are included as alternative options to the soaks.

 

As they are natural bath bombs, there is the way to add coloring. These powders also contain some benefits similar to essential oils.

 

Supplies:

  • Prepare mold for bath bombs. (My recommendation is this sets)
  • Two bowls.

 

 

Storage:

Storage goes as far as the same mason jars would use for the socks work well. Always needs to choose a larger size for the bath bombs.

 

Directions:

Follow this set of directions and switch out the ingredients depending upon the recipe

 

  • Mixing the dry ingredients together.
  • Mix water with coconut or carrier oil and essential oil in a separate bowl.
  • Pour liquid a little bit a time into the dry ingredients and mix.
  • After the mixture goes up, fill the mold as much as possible, as this will help hold it together.
  • As the mold is formed, just tap out bath bomb and let it dry for about 12 hours to 24 hours to avoid the leaving it in a room with humidity.

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