Essentials Video: Lavender Fine Relaxing Bath Sachets

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Lavender Fine Relaxing Bath Sachets

Essentials Video: Lavender Fine Relaxing Bath Sachets

What could be better than a relaxing bath at the end of a long day? How about a soothing soak with lavender! These Lavender Fine Relaxing Bath Sachets will do just that. It starts with Himalayan Salt, Castile Soap and Lavender Fine to create fragrant bath salts. Adding lavender buds gives it that extra special touch. Plus the muslin sachets not only make for easy cleanup but are fun, decorative and make for easy gifting!

Essentials Video: Lavender Fine Relaxing Bath Sachets

Lavender Fine Relaxing Bath Sachets

What you’ll need:

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What you’ll do:

In a metal or glass bowl combine the Himalayan Salt and Lavender Buds. In a separate bowl combine the castile soap and Lavender Fine, stirring well. Combine the salt and flower mixture with the liquids and mix well.

Cut two 8×8 squares of cotton muslin, laying out flat. Divide the bath salt mixture between the two squares. Gather the edges together and tie off with your ribbon or yarn sealing tightly.

Your Relaxing Bath Sachets are now ready to drop into your next bath and enjoy, keeping the lavender contained, making clean up a breeze.

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10 thoughts on “Essentials Video: Lavender Fine Relaxing Bath Sachets”

  • I grow my own lavender and dry the flowers, stems, and leaves. Having used the dried buds alone for sachets, I’m thinking of making then hanging these in my closets
    and also finding a way to safely place them in dresser drawers
    until ready to use. Double the fragrance, double my pleasure

    1. Pantyhose is a great option! All you need is something fabric that can keep all the contents contained.

  • I personally love bath soak recipes and I just happen to have the perfect person to make this particular recipe for!

    1. Nothing in this DIY has a shelf life shorter than a couple years, so you don’t have to worry about using it right away provided it’s stored in an airtight container in a cool, dark place. Keep in mind, the sachet might absorb some of the soap mixture over time, so it might not stay as pretty looking.

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