Making Your Own Bath Salt at Home

Wondering how to make homemade dead sea salt? This is a great homemade bath salt recipe that will help relieve sore muscles, soothe dry skin, and relieve you from a bad mood at the end of the day with four different combinations for you to choose from. You can also use this in combination with other recipes for extra great results.

To make your bath salt, combine sea salt, lavender oil, and aloe vera gel. Let it sit overnight and then wash it off in the morning. For those who have sensitive skin, you may want to start out with a small amount and add more as needed. For people who are trying to get rid of wrinkles, you can mix an equal amount of lime juice and honey.

You can add other ingredients to your bath salt mixture for extra benefits as well. You can add Rosemary oil or other herbs to give the bath salt more depth or you can add lavender oil if you are looking for a relaxing scent. You can also include herbs such as basil or mint if you like. Adding any of these ingredients to the bath salt will not only give you a relaxing bath, but they will also be able to soothe any pain in your body.

You can use both dead sea salt and Epsom salts in your homemade bath salt recipe. If you have never made it before, it is important to note that there is a difference between the two. The dead sea salt comes from the Dead Sea in Israel and has a very high concentration of calcium and magnesium, which can actually help with your skin. It will also help with healing your skin if you take a bath in it each night before bed.

Sea salt is available at most local stores and you can add it to your water or apply it with a scrub brush to your skin for a more concentrated form of treatment. Epsom salt, on the other hand, comes from the Epsom Salt Lakes which is the largest of the many salt lakes found all over the world. It is not as salty as sea salt but has the same essential minerals in it.

You can also combine these two in your bath salt mixture, adding essential oils to the mixture for added benefits. You can add Rosemary oil for a relaxing scent or honey to give you a soothing effect. It is not a bad idea to try combining lavender oil with Rosemary oil, either. Both of these oils will give you some extra moisture and help to soothe aching muscles.

When it comes to this bath salt recipe, you are the boss. You can add more if you like, but no one else does it for you.

One thing to make sure to remember is that the best way to make sure that you are using a homemade bath salt is to test the mixture before you make it. If you find that it is too salty, add a little more. If you find that it is too soft, add more, or you can add different ingredients to the mix.

Different recipes work better for different people. If you find that you are sensitive to salt, you may want to stick with sea salt to make sure that you are not allergic to it.

Other ingredients you may want to add to your bath salt are baking soda or baking powder. Both of these will make the mixture more concentrated and help to moisturize your skin. Another thing that works well is lavender oil, witch hazel, and/or even rosehip seed oil. These can both relieve itchiness and itching while giving your skin a great clean feeling.

Some other natural ingredients that will work with the bath salt mixture are ginger, cinnamon, peppermint, or even rose petals. All of these natural ingredients will help with pain-relieving and overall relaxation.