DIY Rosemary And Chamomile Bath Salts -Self-Care Made Easy
Thanks to this quick and easy DIY Rosemary and Chamomile Bath Salt recipe, self-care just got a whole lot easier at my house.
With back to school upon, a summer that feels like it’s never going to end, who has time to actually make time to that all-important self-care and wellness time that we know we should be practicing but the reality of it is-who has time for that?
I love the scents of Rosemary and Chamomile and I dream of those days of just closing off the outside world, if only for a few moments and drifting away but going to the mall and finding just the right bath salts to make all my troubles float away are more than I have time for right now and I am guessing you are nodding your head in agreement right about now. But luckily I hit upon this quick and easy DYI where I can create my own luxurious Rosemary and Chamomile Bath Salt and I did it will things I already had around the house!
Now I don’t have to add yet another thing to my already overwhelming shopping and to-do list and not only carve out that much-needed self-care time, but save money while doing it and you can too! Just look at how easy this is!
2 cups Epsom Salts
1 cup Dead Sea Salts
½ cup Baking Soda (optional)
15 drops rosemary essential oil
3 bags chamomile tea
¼ cup dried rosemary
- In a bowl mix together the Epsom salts and Dead Sea salts. Drop in the rosemary essential oils into the salts and mix thoroughly.
(Tip: I like to drop 5 drops at a time and mix to help it to thoroughly be integrated into all of the salts.)
- Cut open the tea bags and add them to the sea salts along with the rosemary and baking soda. Mix.
- Store in an airtight container.
- Plus look at all of the great benefits, besides feeling relaxed and rested that can come from these amazing bath salts:
Epsom Salts – Can help with anxiety, fatigue, leg cramps, fibromyalgia, migraines, PMS and more
Dead Sea Salts – Helps sore and tired muscles, soothes and cleanses the skin
Rosemary Essential Oil – Mild pain reliever, helps relieve stress, helps circulation, reduce joint inflammation, increased mood, relieve headaches, eczema
Sit back and relax and take the time you need to take some time for yourself with this quick and easy-to-make DIY version of our Rosemary and Chamomile Bath Salts-you’ll thank me for it. And while you’re at it, make a few extras to give to a friend or two because, at the end of the day, we all sometimes need a reminder that self-care and wellness should come first. What’s your favorite way to take care of yourself at the end of a hectic day?