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3 DIY Bath Soaks

Posted by Alexandra C. | Wednesday February 6, 201315 comments

(image via girlscene.nl

I like to think that there are two types of people in this world: shower people and bath people. I've always been on the shower side, and yet I've kind of been flirting with the bath side recently. It seems so luxurious and relaxing to just soak away in a scented tub with bubbles. Like you could drift away to a carefree world. Mmmm...I think I'm relaxing here just thinking about it. 

With the stress of work, family, friends and the looming V-Day deadline upon us, I think we all deserve a little time to decompress. So here are three simple DIY bath soaks for the best bath ever.

#1 Sweet Almond Bath Soak 

What You Need: 
1 Cup Epsom Salt 
1/4 Cup Sweet Almond Oil 
Container, Mixing utensil 
How To: 
Mix the salt and oil together in container. Run bath and add a handful or two of the bath soak mixture. 

(via ellesees.blogspot.ca

#2 Lavender Salt Bath Soak 

What You Need: 
1/2 Cup Lavender Buds 
1/2 Cup Epsom Salt 
Cheesecloth, Pantyhose or Muslin 
String or Yarn 

How To: 
Put lavender buds in cheesecloth or, if you have pantyhose on hand, cut off the toe section and put in there. Tie the makeshift ball to your faucet (as pictured). Turn on water, so that the lavender becomes infused. Add Epsom salts to running hot water.  

(via poorandpretty.com
#3 Deep Detox Bath Soak 

What You Need: 
1/3 Cup Epsom salts
1/3 Cup Sea Salt
1/3 Cup Baking Soda
2 1/2 Tsp ground ginger
1 Cup Apple Cider Vinegar

How To: 
Combine all dry ingredients and leave off to side. Run hot bath and add the vinegar to the bath, then add dry ingredients. 
(via practicallyfunctional.net)

Are you a bath taker? What's your favourite way to relax in the tub? 
(additional images via eclecticallyvintage.com)
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on December 19, 2013  AlexJC  50 said:

@Sue W You can normally find sea salts for baths beside the epsom salts in the drugstore, normally in the first aid or pain reliever aisles.

on December 19, 2013  lovelydays  3,649 said:

These are incredible! I love the smell of almond oil, so I'll probably try that one!

on December 17, 2013  Sue W said:

Is the sea salt like the kind you use to cook or eat?? Sorry if this is a dumb question!

on February 12, 2013  smiley_gen  9,584 said:

YES! I'm loving this! I've been wanting to make some bath bombs for a long time! Can't wait to give this a try!

on February 12, 2013  AngelinaRosaries  2,271 said:

omg, our grandma does the detox! she boils fresh ginger, cool the water down and add it to our bath water.

if ever i do bath, which may happen someday -- in the distant future, i would love the lavender one.

on February 07, 2013  shanaz  5,826 said:

I love the Deep Detox Recipe!

on February 07, 2013  takoda  28,497 said:

I was just looking into bath soaks, and scrubs a little more, thanks.

on February 07, 2013  Jo999  4,077 said:

This looks like a great idea for an all natural pampering night :D

on February 06, 2013  flower  4,418 said:

I like bath bombs

on February 06, 2013  LissaG  6,010 said:

Lavender scent is very relaxing! I just have a lavender bubble bath but this one sounds easy to make, will have to try.

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