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Simple Homemade Lavender Bath Salts

Going Zero Waste

There a few things I love more than a nice steamy bath. In fact, I'm pretty positive most bad days can be solved by eating a big delicious meal, taking a hot bath, and getting a good night's sleep.

Growing up I would always give my friends "spa" kits. My mom and I would make them together. We'd get a little basket and place bath salts or bath bombs, lotion, and a face mask or sugar scrub. Everything you'd need to give yourself a little pampering.

I realize now, how easy it'd be to make these baskets all over again but with easy DIY products. A lot of the products we included probably had pretty questionable ingredients.

There a few things I love more than a nice steamy bath. In fact, I'm pretty positive most bad days can be solved by eating a big delicious meal, taking a hot bath, and getting a good night's sleep.

Growing up I would always give my friends "spa" kits. My mom and I would make them together. We'd get a little basket and place bath salts or bath bombs, lotion, and a face mask or sugar scrub. Everything you'd need to give yourself a little pampering.

I realize now, how easy it'd be to make these baskets all over again but with easy DIY products. A lot of the products we included probably had pretty questionable ingredients.

Making my own bath salts allows me to control the ingredients! I use epsom salt which can be found in bulk at rainbow. (You can find premade bath salts there too if you don't want to make your own.)

epsom salt:
It's not actually salt. It's a mineral compound made of magnesium and sulfate. It was originally discovered around the natural healing baths in Epsom, England.

Epsom salts help to easy achy muscles and relieve stress. When we're stressed or anxious our bodies pump out adrenaline. That adrenaline depletes the body of magnesium. But, we need magnesium to raise our serotonin, which helps us relax.

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