Bath Blend DIY With Essential Oils

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Getting Your Inner Ooommm On Bath Blend DIY

Essential oils epsom salt bath blend Check it out: We’re celebrating the end of Summer with some last-minute summer-y DIY’s (like this amazing Epsom Salt bath blend)!

Because we love our customers (you guys – we really do!), we decided that this month we wanted to hear YOUR favorite recipes that you love to make with Plant Therapy essential oils. We ran a contest in our SEOR Facebook group, and the three winners will be featured on our Plant Therapy blog!

Today, we’re sharing winner #3 with you. It’s a relaxing Epsom Salt bath blend by Amy Fields!

Essential oils epsom salt bath blend

Getting Your Inner Ooommm On

by Amy Fields
What you’ll need:

What you’ll do: 

In your jar, mix 1 cup of Epsom Salts and 1 cup of dried herbals. I have rose petals, Chamomile, and Comfrey.
In another jar, combine the Castile Soap and 36 drops of Loving Compassion.
Place dry ingredients into Muslin Bags and drop one in the bath with warm water. Add 1-2 tablespoons of Castile/EO mixture to tub and mix well.
KidSafe: No

32 thoughts on “Getting Your Inner Ooommm On Bath Blend DIY”

  1. very interesting recipe. I haven’t heard of putting dried herbs together with epsom salt before- I’ll have to keep this in mind. sounds so relaxing

  2. I’ve been wanting to try this for a while now and FINALLY did! Wow how relaxing and also helped with some muscle tension. I didn’t have muslin bags so I just cut smaller pieces of cheese cloth and tied them with string and it worked fine.
    Was thinking for next time to add some fresh rosemary from the garden 🙂
    Thanks for the recipes!

    1. Ananya, adding fresh rosemary from your garden sounds absolutely wonderful idea for the next time you give this a try. We’re so happy to hear that it also helped relieve some muscle tension for you 🙂

  3. Can’t wait to try this! Any substitution suggestions are appreciated; I don’t have loving compassion -yet!

  4. This sounds so relaxing and soothing!! I can’t wait to try this one- and my tween-aged daughter would like to try this one too!

  5. I think this sounds like a good time. 🙂 I love bath bombs and I had to look up what the castile soap is. I have never heard of that before. I am all about making different recipes for the tub or anything. 🙂 I can’t wait to build a supply of oils so that I can make some different scrubs and such. 🙂

  6. Ahhh yes, great idea about placing ingredients in muslin bags!! I had some epsom salts with lavender in them and once it all melted, it left lil lavender buds all over my body after the bath!! heheh Slightly annoying. Thanks for sharing this recipe!

  7. This has come at the perfect time, Im unwell at the moment and craving a bath. This will be heavenly! Thank you Plant Therapy.

  8. Great recipe Amy! I love to use dried chamomile and Epsom salts together. I use empty tea bags but the muslin bags are definitely more eco friendly. So glad you shared your recipe! ♡♡♡

  9. Are muslin bags a single use item or is this something that can be reused? Also where would a person find muslin bags? The recipe looks great and for once I even have the ingredients. I just need to find the muslin bags.

    1. You can either make muslin bags or buy them. You can get them on Amazon. All you have to do is empty them out and throw them in the wash to reuse them. I would definitely avoid any fabric softener, though. It tends to make fabric water resistant.

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