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Make iron-on transfers yourself: Here’s how diy bath salts recipes

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Autumn is here and it's getting colder every day. Sometimes a hot bath is the perfect thing to warm up and relax a bit. Make your own bath salts to enjoy the bath to the full and have a spa experience. Homemade bath salts are a thousand times better than the store ones because you can incorporate ingredients you like, avoid harmful and allergic substances, and personalize the smell.

You can easily make luxurious rose bath salts by using only Epsom salts, mineral or sea salts, and dry roses. Place the dry roses in a food processor and blend for a few seconds. The petals break up into nice little pieces. This is better for your bathtub when bath time is up.

Pumpkin seasoning is really a fall thing, and you can make pumpkin seasoning salts for a fall-inspired bath. Take pumpkin spice fragrance oil and food coloring and enjoy that fall bath!

These luxurious detox bath salts contain baking soda, 5-7 drops each of lemongrass essential oil and ginger essential oil, and some dried rose petals. This is a warming and detoxifying blend, and roses add a luxurious touch to your bathroom.

Make bath salts with essential peppermint oil, rose hip oil and dried and chopped rose and clove petals from organic farming. Now, take a relaxing bath and say goodbye to the aching muscles while the peppermint oil cools you down after a long, tiring day in the garden!

These lavender salts contain enough Epsom salts. Do you know why the latter are so good for you? Epsom salt is an excellent source of magnesium. A low intake of magnesium leads to a build-up of lactic acid, which is partly responsible for sore muscles. Magnesium is important for flexibility, without it the muscles will not relax properly and cause pain and tension.

This bath salt has a lovely scent that is so refreshing for a bath. The natural oils in the orange help moisturize, while the green tea has additional antioxidant properties and benefits for tired skin. Green tea is also said to tone the skin and give you an incredible glow.

Baking soda soothes your skin and vanilla is a very soothing scent. That is why they were chosen for this bath salt. Food coloring and dried plants are optional.

Refresh and energize yourself with these lemon salts! 2-3 drops of essential orange oil, 2-3 drops of essential lemon oil, 1 tablespoon of orange peel and 1 tablespoon of lemon peel with sea salt provide an amazing refreshing effect at once.

Lemon is known to rejuvenate energy and nourish the skin. The dried chamomile flower is used as an anti-inflammatory and to treat muscle cramps. It is also known to help fight depression and anxiety. We don't need more this autumn! Make this simple flower salt and feel good about it!

Cleanse your pores, cleanse your skin, remove dirt, sweat and unwanted toxins, and moisturize with these salts. Almond and jasmine essential oils will help you with this.

This recipe is perfectly formulated with a blend of organic ingredients to help remove toxins from your body, relieve body pain, relieve congestion, improve breathing, and promote a good night's sleep. Lavender, rose petals, marigold petals, and lavender oil are a mix you need to relax.

Here is super relaxing bath salt, it's a real spa-like experience. Let your mind drift away while you bathe in the soothing aroma of lavender. The combination of Epsom salts and crystal salts pulls out toxins and exfoliates the physical body.

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Warwick Zach Godfrey is a farmer with a happy marriage. He also writes about plants on various blogs.

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