Lavender and Rosemary Bath Salts
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In the winter, I go through a lot of bath salts.  A warm bath is about the only thing I can do to heat up in the bitter Ohio cold!  I love this lavender and rosemary bath salts recipe because I can make a lot at a time and use a handful in my bath as needed.  The rosemary smells amazing, and the lavender is relaxing for a night time bath.  Rosemary is said to boost your mood and relax your mind, and using the herb can help tone the skin.  Lavender herbs can help improve skin irritation and help heal dry skin, which is more common in the winter.  This recipe uses dried herbs.  If you want to use herbs that you've grown, you'll have to dry them before you use them.

lavender and rosemary bath salts
Lavender and Rosemary Bath Salts


Simply combine all ingredients in a bowl and stir to combine.  For best results, let the recipe sit for a few days so the aroma from the herbs transfers to the salts.  

Only use dried herbs in this recipe because fresh herbs can cause the bath salts to grow mold in storage.  If you only have fresh herbs, you can make a small batch for a single use.

To use these easy lavender and rosemary bath salts, make them and store in a sealed container.  Drop about 1/2 a cup in to the tub while you run the water.  Let dissolve and enjoy.  

If you like making bath salts, you won't want to miss my new book Bath Salts: 30 Easy Recipes for Fun & Profit.

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Cari Dunn
Cari Dunn

Cari lives on a small farm with her husband, three kids, two dogs, two cats, and a goat. She loves coffee, Gilmore Girls, her chihuahua, and her kids, but not in that order.