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60 second project: Lavender Bath Salts

This is a super easy project and sounds sooo relaxing!

I’m all about instant gratification. I know I should learn to be patient, but it’s honestly my least favorite virtue. If I can do something in a minute or less, I’m sold. If I can take a bath in it? Even better. Epsom bath salts have been around forever, but sitting in a salty bath is relaxing enough for this girl. I want some fragrance and to truly relax—enter my newest 60 second project- diy lavender bath salts.

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This is a super easy project and sounds sooo relaxing! This is a super easy project and sounds sooo relaxing!  This is a super easy project and sounds sooo relaxing!

It feels funny even writing a tutorial about this one…that’s how truly easy it is. You need just a few things to make it:

Pour your salt in a jar, add your lavender tea, add a few drops of essential oil, shake it up and call it a day.

This is a super easy project and sounds sooo relaxing! This is a super easy project and sounds sooo relaxing! This is a super easy project and sounds sooo relaxing! This is a super easy project and sounds sooo relaxing! This is a super easy project and sounds sooo relaxing!

And take a realllllly long, glorious bath in it. 🙂

So you don’t clog your drains, I highly recommend getting a strainer for your tub. I can imagine the look on my plumber’s face if he has to come unclog my drains full of lavender buds. 🙂

Looking for another fun project with lavender essential oil? Try this tutorial for how to make candles in 10 minutes or less with essential oils!

 

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Tania Griffis is an accomplished writer, blogger, and interior designer with a Journalism degree from the University of Oklahoma. She started her popular blog, Run to Radiance, in 2011, demonstrating her design expertise through the personal remodeling of six houses to millions of readers across the globe.

Tania also owns The Creative Wheelhouse, a respected ghostwriting agency for bloggers, further showcasing her talent for creating engaging and informative content.

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5 Comments

  1. I usually just buy the lavender or eucalyptus scented epsom salt because I am with you, I want a fragrance!! But this is totally fun to make your own version!!!!

  2. I’ve been making body scrubs and things like that for my friends for ages. But, this looks just divine! I love the scent of lavender and I can just imagine how relaxing a salt bath with it would be. This would the be the perfect summer birthday gift for my friends too!

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