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How to Make Bath Salts


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Mix all of the salts and ingredients together
Uncolored Bath Salts

Uncolored Bath Salts

David Fisher
Mix the fragrance loaded natrasorb or dendritic salt to the rest of the bath salts and you're ready to go.

For a natural look, just scoop it into a clear or colored jar and put the lid on. Done!

Note, I'm just using a simple mason jar here to hold the salts. I've seen bath salts packaged in everything from small plastic bags, to paper sacks, to test tubes, to lovely plastic bottles, to seasonal coffee cups and more. Anything that will hold the salt, keep it sealed from the air, and not react to the fragrance or essential oil is great.

Try out some different bath salts recipes and/or create your own!

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