Rose Petal Bath Salts

Self care refers to creating healthy habits, not treating or improving yourself. Relaxation quietens the mind and promotes self reflection. Add a long soak in the tub to your self care routine with these Rose Petal Bath Salts! 

2020 saw me running on empty - mentally, emotionally, and physically! 

That old saying is true - you can't pour from an empty cup, and girl my cup was bone dry! I know I'm not the only one, 2020 kicked everyone's butt, but I'm the only one responsible for my wellbeing. I had to make myself a priority, replenish my spirit and take care of me.

Self-care is now marked in my planner daily! Whether it's a simple ten minute face mask and meditation, reading my book outside on the grass, swapping coffee for green juice or a long soak in the tub with some Rose Petal Bath Salts, I'm committed to creating healthier daily habits and refilling my cup!

Life is hard enough, but with everything going on in the world at the moment, stress, anxiety, tension and depression are flooding our bodies and wreaking havoc.

It's time to take a stand! This Valentine's Day make YOU the priority and practice a little self-care. Light a candle, turn on some soothing music and soak away the worries and quieten the mind in a tub full of Rose Petal Bath Salts.

They're super easy to make, they're affordable and you only need a few simple ingredients.

Epsom Salt

Technically not a salt but a magnesium sulfate. They dissolve easily in hot water, are absorbed through the skin, relieving muscle tension, and promoting sleep and stress reduction. These claims are not scientifically proven, but people feel the benefits and science doesn't know everything, right? 

Coarse Himalayan Sea Salt

Salt will make the water more buoyant, giving you a relaxing bath experience. You can use any coarse sea salt, including dead sea salts which are quite pricey, but I love the gorgeous pink tones of the Himalayan Sea Salt.

Baking Soda

This will help to dissolve the oils on your skin, and it absorbs the essential oils you add to the bath salts eliminating the need for a carrier oil. Plus, we all have this in the pantry - make sure you use baking soda and not baking powder!

Essential Oils

This is the sensory element, and you can have fun with this. Use any combination of essential oils you like, and right now I'm loving the blends from Dusk. There are so many oils and blends out there, so experiment and choose what you feel you need the most.

Dried Rose Petals

These are optional but they do make the bath salts look pretty. It does create a little clean up after the bath but it's worth it :) Substitute them with any dried flowers if rose petals are unavailable to you.

Promise me you'll give these Rose Petal Bath Salts a try and add a regular tub soak to you self-care routine - mark it in your planner and tell yourself, I love you this Valentine's Day and every day!

Simply click on the link to download the recipe card for the Rose Petal Bath Salts or right click on the photo below and save it to your computer.

And don't forget your girlfriends, they may need a little reminder to self-care as well. Gift them some pretty Rose Petal Bath Salts and encourage them to soak away their worries. It's the greatest gift you can give anyone :)


Happy relaxing :)
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