Wild Orchid and White Tea Bath Soak Recipe

Wild Orchid and White Tea Bath Soak Recipe

 

Bath soaks are one of the easiest DIY projects around. With just a few ingredients and a spoon, you can mix up a batch of fragrant salts in minutes. Whether you keep them for yourself or pass along the goodness to friends, the ease of this recipe will have you making them over and over!

Bath time just got WAY better!

 

You’ll need:

1 cup Dead Sea Salt

1 cup Epsom Salt

Wild Orchid and White Tea Fragrance Oil

Orchid Pigment Powder

Container (We like the Mini Heremes Jars for these!)

 

In a bowl, mix together the salts and a pinch or two of the pigment powder (a little goes a long way!) until the mixture is evenly colored. Add in the fragrance oil and continue to stir. The fragrance oil can be adjusted to suit your preference, but 1 teaspoon is a good starting point. Scoop the mixture into an airtight container for storage and enjoy by adding a few scoops to warm bath water.

 

 

Wild Orchid and White Tea Bath Soak Recipe

 

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    1. If stored and used in a cool dry place (away from moisture/water), it can last around 12 months; if you believe it will be exposed to water/moisture (for example, during use) it would be best to add a preservative such as Optiphen Plus or Liquid Germal Plus for safety. A preservative can possibly extend the shelf life by 1 year.

    1. You can go with the Optiphen Plus, since it’s Paraben and Formaldehyde Free. The usage rate is 0.75% to 1.5% of the total weight/volume of the formulation, and must be used at temperatures lower than 176 degrees. This recipe’s volume is approximately 16 oz; so at a usage rate of 0.75% (16 oz x 0.75%), you can use 0.12 oz of Optiphen Plus.

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