Homemade bath salt, or the last drop of essential oil
We can make homemade champagne bath salt in the easiest way in the world and it can be a great gift for ourselves or anyone we would surprise with a little pampering.
- Epsom salt or good quality sea salt
- Baking soda
- essential oil
- optional: food coloring, dried flower
It is very easy to prepare, as the ratio of salt to baking soda should be the most important. The most important rule here is to have 2 parts salt and 1 part baking soda, for example, for 200 grams of salt, add 100 grams of baking soda. Stir thoroughly and if you are coloring, add the color drop by drop to the salt and mix thoroughly to give each salt crystal a color.
Let's perfume it with essential oils. I really like the soothing scent of lavender, but be sure to keep that particular oil from burning on your skin. I wouldn’t necessarily recommend an oregano in the bath salt!
If you want, you can mix it with various dried flowers, which makes the bath salt special.
If you have an empty bottle of essential oil, just fill it with salt or put it in a bowl of salt and so the last drop will be utilized.