Recipe for Homemade Natural Lavender Chamomile Bath Salt Soak

DIY Homemade Natural Lavender & Chamomile Bath Salts

So far this is my absolute favorite natural homemade product that I’ve come up with! Homemade Natural Lavender Chamomile Bath Salt Soak. It smells absolutely amazing and is SO relaxing! You wouldn’t believe how simple these DIY recipes are and they make amazing and frugal gifts for the holidays, birthdays, and any other special occasions. I purchased cute 8 oz glass jars with lids from Walmart which came in an 12 pack for $7.50. (I LOVE these jars but they were too small.)

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DIY Homemade Natural Lavender & Chamomile Bath Salts

Bath Salt Soak Ingredients:

*1 1/2 c. Coarse Sea Salt
*3/4 c. Epsom Salt
*1/4 c. Baking Soda
*5 drops Lavender Essential Oil
*2 tea bags of Chamomile Tea

In a bowl combine the coarse sea salt, epsom salt, and baking soda in a bowl. Add 5 drops of lavender essential oil and mix well. Once the lavender essential oil is mixed in well then cut open the chamomile tea bags and mix in the contents. Lavender is a fantastic essential oil to have on hand. We use it for everything from cuts and scrapes to congestion and allergies.

DIY Homemade Natural Lavender & Chamomile Bath Salts

Discard the empty tea bag.

DIY Homemade Natural Lavender & Chamomile Bath Salts

Mix together well.

DIY Homemade Natural Lavender & Chamomile Bath Salts

Carefully pour the mixture into your containers. You can use a wide funnel if needed.

DIY Homemade Natural Lavender & Chamomile Bath Salts

I printed out these free Lavendar Bath Salts labels (even though technically it’s Lavender Chamomile Bath Salt) and tied some simple purple ribbon around the jar.

DIY Homemade Natural Lavender & Chamomile Bath Salts

These are inexpensive to make and are beautiful for holiday gifts, teacher gifts, mother gifts, and any other special occasion that come up!

This recipe makes enough for three 8 oz. jars. 

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3 Comments

  1. Susan Brisbay says:

    I have Roman Chamomile essential oil. Can I use that instead of the tea?

  2. Lily Tittle says:

    What a lovely idea! I will make these for my fellow teacher colleagues!

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