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Bath Salts




Buttermilk Bath Salts

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  Up to 24 drops of your favorite essential oils
1 cup Bath Salt (unscented)
1 cup Buttermilk Powder
1 sealed jar
Mix bath salt and buttermilk powder together in jar. Add up to 24 drops of your favorite essential oils.
Blend well, keep in a sealed jar. Use 1/2 cup per bath. This makes enough for 4 baths.


So Easy to Make Bath Salts

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  your favorite essential oils (Try Lavender French, Rose Geranium and Ylang Ylang Extra Organic)
  19 oz Bath Salt (unscented)
  You'll want about 6 drops of essential oils per 1/4 cup salt blend. Use 1/4 cup per bath. This makes enough for several baths.

Easy Winter Rose Bath Salts

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  2 drops red food coloring
  2 drop Rose Morocco Absolute
  10 ounces Bath Salt (unscented)
  There's nothing like a fragrant bath on a cold winter's night and this one fits the bill perfectly! Easy to make and wonderfully feminine with a genuine rose aroma, you'll enjoy this over and over again. Place the bath salt into a large mixing bowl. Add the food coloring and stir well to incorporate. You can add more food coloring depending on the depth of pink or red you desire your salts to have. The color will transfer to the bath water. Add the rose essential oil last and stir well to mix in. Place the salts into a glass container with a tight fitting lid and let them sit for a few days so the lovely rose aroma can be absorbed by the salts.
To use, just draw your bath and add the salts to the drawn water. Slink in and relax. Winter Rose Bath Salts can be given to a friend but they should not be stored in a humid environment for an extended period of time because they salts may clump up if they absorb too much moisture from the air.

Ginger Mustard Bath

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  1/4 cup + 2 teaspoons freshly grated ginger
  1 cup powdered milk
  1 drop Lemon
  1 drop Rosemary
  2 drops Eucalyptus Citriodora
  1/2 cup powdered mustard seed
  2 cups Bath Salt (unscented)
  Ginger Mustard Bath is sure to ease winter's chill, help ease sinus congestion and make you feel warm all over. It includes a recipe for fresh ginger tea! Mix dry ingredients (salt, milk, mustard) together and set aside. Grate ginger and set aside 1/2 cup. Place 2 teaspoons of ginger into a mug of steaming hot water. (Be careful!) Add 1 teaspoon of honey. Stir. Cover and allow to steep. Set aside. Add the essential oils to the 1/4 cup and stir well to combine. Allow the mixture to sit for about 5 minutes. Stir again. Add the ginger mixture to the dry ingredients and stir well to combine. Take your hot ginger tea (I like to add a bit of cream too!) and your bowl of Ginger Mustard Bath to the tub and draw a warm bath. Pour the Ginger Mustard Bath in and swish to disperse the essential oils. Slink in, drink your tea and enjoy!

Honey & Lemon Sugar Scrub

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  4 tsp lemon juice
  4 drops Lemon
  4 tbsp honey
  1/2 cup Sweet Almond Carrier Oil
  2 1/2 cups  Sugar
  The sweet smell of honey and lemon to leave your hands, tootsies and entire body skin soft and smooth. Combine the sugar and sweet almond oil in a large bowl and stir well to combine. Add the lemon juice and stir again. Finally, add the honey and lemon essential oil and stir again to mix. You should have a grainy paste. To use, stand naked in a tub or shower and scoop the scrub using your palms. Begin massaging body, extremities first, in circular motions to exfoliate and cleanse.
This mixture is oily and so you will have to be especially careful that you do not slip in the tub! After you're finished, you can cleanse with soap or bath gel as usual if you'd like to remove some of the excess oil from your skin ... which should feel polished and luxuriant after your treatment! You can make this product ahead of time and store it in the refrigerator but let it get to room temperature and stir well to mix before using. It should last a few weeks if fresh ingredients are used and it is kept in an airtight container.

Gingerbread Body Scrub

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  1 tsp cocoa powder
  3/4 cup brown sugar
  2 drops Ginger
  1 tbsp Jojoba Carrier Oil
  1 tsp freshly grated ginger
  This is a great body scrub to use! Not only does it smell delicious, but it gently takes off dead skin! Measure all of the ingredients into a bowl. Mix well to combine completely. Use this body scrub in the shower. Scoop up some of the scrub and rub it in circular motions all over your body. Rinse well with warm water and pat skin dry with a towel.

Silky Scents™ offers 4 different scented Dead Sea Bath Salts:

Eucalyptus, Rosemary, Citrus, and Lavender. Available in 2 sizes. You can also order the sample pack (includes all 4 scents).




Creamy Orange Zest Body Scrub

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  10 ml Orange Sweet
  1/2 cup Sugar (white or brown)
  1/4 cup Honey
  1/2 cup Bath Salt (unscented)
  1/2 cup Epson Sea Salt
  1/2 cup Coarse Sea Salt
  1/2 cup orange zest powder
  2 tbsp Grape Seed Carrier Oil
  2 tbsp Jojoba Carrier Oil
  1/4 cup Shea Butter
  It has a fresh clean orange scent that is sure to uplift your senses as well as leaving your skin moisturized, silky and soft. Warm the Grape Seed and jojoba oils slowly over a very low flame. Do not burn the oil. Add the shea butter. When the shea butter starts to melt, remove the mixture for the heat source. Stir to mix oils together. Let the mixture cool, but not harden. Then add the other ingredients one at a time in the order shown. Add the essential oil last and stir well to combine. Put the mixture in the refrigerator to cool completely and harden. The oils will rise to the top and form a soft butter. The other The other ingredients will settle on the bottom. When it is completely cooled, scoop it out into a plastic container for use in your bath. To use, scoop a handful of scrub (reaching to the bottom to get the scrub ingredients). Massage into your skin from head to toe. Be careful not to slip. This scrub contains lot of oil, which makes the tub slippery. If you wish, you can place a towel in the tub to prevent slipping. HApply scrubbing!!!! The shelf life of this product is pretty long even without a preservative because of the honey, essential oil and salt, but be sure not to get any water into it as you use it, or you'll risk bacterial growth. As always, use the freshest oils possible for best results!

Fizzy Bath Salts

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  30-40 drops essential oil of your choice
  pinch of Mica (color of your choice)
  2-3 tablespoons Jojoba Carrier Oil
  2 cups Bath Salt (unscented)
  1/2 cup oat starch
  1 cup buttermilk powder
  1/2 cup cornstarch
  1/2 cup citric acid
  2/3 cup baking soda
  Fizzy Bath Salts explode with effervescence and color when you sprinkle them into your bath water! Mix the dry ingredients and mica powder together in a large bowl. Stir well to combine. You can add more baking soda and citric acid to get more "fizz". In another container, combine the essential oil and the Jojoba oil and mix well. Slowly add the scented oil blend to the dry ingredients. Add enough of the scented oil to make the dry ingredients slightly moist but still loose and crumbly. Store in an air tight glass jar. To use, sprinkle into bath water and enjoy. Use more for more fizz!

Lavender, Lemon and Thyme Bath Salts

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  2 drops Lavender Bulgarian
  1 drop Lemon Organic
  1 handful crushed dried thyme
  1 cup Bath Salt (unscented)
  Sprinkle Lavender, Lemon and Thyme Bath Salts into a warm bath for a heavenly scent which is both relaxing and invigorating. Pour salt into a bowl. Sprinkle over it the crushed dried time and stir. Add the drops of essential oils, one at a time, stirring well after each addition. Mix well - this is important to ensure that the scent is evenly spread. Store the salts in a wooden box, glass jar or small Hessian sack. (Use glass if you plan to store it a long time -- glass will ensure that the container does not absorb the essential oils.) Sprinkle the salts into a warm bath for a heavenly scent which is both relaxing and invigorating.

Water Lily Bath Salts

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  8 drops Peppermint
  2 drops Jasmine Absolute
  5 drops Neroli
  2 drops Opoponax
  5 drops Sandalwood Australian
  5 drops Cedarwood Atlas
  1 drop Vanilla Absolute (Brazilian)
  a few drops food coloring, optional (color of your choice)
  1 cup Bath Salt (unscented)
  This recipe is really good to soothe a tired body, specially after working out. It has a really fresh scent!! Pour the salts into a mixing bowl and stir to combine. Add the essential oils, extract and fragrance oil, one at a time, stirring after each addition. Add the food coloring (if using) and stir well to mix. To give as a gift, pour Water lily Bath Salts into a nice, colorful air tight container (glass works best) and present to someone who is feeling so tired and stressed!

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