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Homemade Roses Bath Salts (+ Free Printable)

What is the first thing that comes to your mind when you finish your day and it was full of ups and downs, a lot of work, stressing moments and so so long? Let me guess! A warm and relaxing bath… Am I right? I bet I am, and what is better than a warm bath? A delicious tub with warm water and homemade roses bath salts to make you feel renewed and relaxed.

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Homemade Roses Bath Salts + Free Printable

I absolutely LOVE bath salts. The best part is that they are so easy to make and the possibilities are endless when it comes to scent. And besides bath salts going beyond looking beautiful and smelling great, bath salts are far-reaching, and after using it you’ll feel the difference in your skin, your mood, and so much more.

I’ve always been a believer in energy. We receive and transmit energy all the time. I think that sometimes we neglect ourselves giving priority to everything but us. But I try at least once a month to give myself a renewing bath using bath salts and different kinds of essential oils depending on what I need to focus on. Sometimes lavender is great to relax and give you a peaceful night’s sleep. Roses are great to recharge energy and work on our romantic sides.

Essential Oils are a great part of the bath salts and they help as much as salt does! So having a good stock is great for you and your family!

How to make Homemade Roses Bath Salts

Making this Roses Bath Salts at home is super easy and you can make as many different ones as you want. Bath salts also make a Grrrreat gift, and anyone will thank you for it!

Supplies:

  • 1 cup Coarse Sea Salt {dead sea salt, kosher salt, or any other coarse salt}
  • 1 ½ Cup Epsom Salt
  • 1/3 Cup of Baking soda.
  • Your favorite essential oil scent {I used 2 types, Roses Essential Oil and Rose-Champagne body oil}.
  • Food coloring {optional, I used red to make it pink}

Extras:

  • Stainless steel or glass medium bowl.
  • Spoon
  • Jar

Homemade Roses Bath Salts Instructions:

In the Bowl mix all dry ingredients.

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If you are coloring the salt, add a few drops and mix. Add one drop at a time while mixing until you get the desired color.

Last but not least add your essential oil. Add as much as you desire. Of course the more you add the stronger it will smell.

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Stir the salt in the jar and decorate it as you love! I made a label for the lid and used a pink and white thread with a satin rose on each end. Looks so cute.

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You can get the free Lovetastic Roses Bath Salts Label Printable HERE!

There you go! I hope you like this project! Perfect for you, perfect for your whole family and perfect as gifts!!!

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Now it’s your turn, I would love to know your thoughts about Bath salts and essential oils. If you have used them, how have you felt? Let me know all about it in comments!

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Til' next time...

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19 Comments

    1. I love taking bath with salts at least once a month… It’s so relaxing and renewing! and Roses is my favorite scent! so I usually go for it! Glad you like this one!
      Hugs and XOXO

  1. I’m not sure if you noticed, but your photos showing the label for the bath salts says “bath SATS” and not “salts.” I’m not sure if the printable version has that typo in it or not, because when I clicked, it didn’t show the printable.
    Anyway, I’ve never made my own bath salts. Not yet. I have a bunch of DIYs pinned, though. Yours looks awesome! I love the printable you made to go along with it. It fits it perfectly.

    1. I hadn’t noticed that and I’m so grateful that you let me know this… I’ll fix that and fix why the downloadable is not showing up! Again I can’t thank you enough for letting me know!!! Darn typos!!!
      Hugs and lost of XOXO

  2. Man, after the week I’ve had, these bath salts are much needed! I’ve never tried these before either so I will have to give it a shot. Love it!

    1. Hey Victoria, how good to have you visiting! Thank you so much, I’m really excited about it… Hope yours turned out great, would love to see it when you do!
      XOXO and hugs

  3. I have actually never tried bath salts before!! I know, it’s crazy right?! I love bath bombs and bath bubbles, but just never got around to trying bath salts. Maybe I will use your tutorial to make some :-)

    1. Thank you, I will love to see yours, I’m so sure you will give it a twist that I’ll die to make LOL. I’m sure you will get addict to it! It’s so nice and relaxing!
      XOXO

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