Lavender Rose Bath Soak Recipe

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Here’s a sweet little recipe to add some pretty into your day!

We all know the feeling of tired, aching muscles. After a long day, sometimes you come home feeling like you can barely crawl into your bed!

Bath soaks are wonderful for relieving tension and loosening up tight muscles- perfect after a long day at the office or a challenging workout. Add in a few drops of lavender essential oil to calm and relax your mood and mind and you’ll be ready for one fantastic night of sleep!

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You’ll need:

1 1/2 cups Epsom Salt (or blend of Epsom and Dead Sea Salt)

1/4 cup Rose Buds & Petals

5-10 Drops Lavender Essential Oil

Lidded Jar

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Here’s a close-up shot of the Lavender essential oil that I used.

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Start by mixing the essential oil into the salt. Make sure that you thoroughly blend the oil throughout, breaking up clumps as you go.

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Next, add in the rose petals. I used 1/4 cup of petals and buds, but feel free to increase or decrease this amount based on your preferences.

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Stir the petals into the salt mixture. For me, I wanted to see the rose petals speckled throughout the salt (not too heavy, but not too light either) so 1/4 cup was just the right amount.

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Transfer the mixture into a lidded jar for packaging and storage.

To use:

Add desired amount of the soak mixture to warm bath water. Soak for at least 20 minutes to relieve muscle tension and relax your body.

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ENJOY!

PS- This recipe would make a wonderful gift!

 

 

 

Lavender Rose Bath Soak Recipe

Author: Cat

9 thoughts on “Lavender Rose Bath Soak Recipe

  1. For the rosebuds and pedals… Would it still clog the drain if you dried them and ground them up with a coffee grinder? Would it still have the same effect if they were dried?

    1. Hi Susan!

      It’s it is finely grinned it should not present as big a problem as if it were whole; however, it is a dried item and it is recommended that you treat your drains as necessary.

  2. An easy fix is to just lay your washcloth over the drain or purchase one of the cheap plastic slotted drain covers that are for hair and such over the drain. Simple solution.

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