Relax! No, seriously take a minute (or quite a few) to soak in the suds and feel the fizz of this wonderful, DIY essential oil bath bomb recipe you can make right at home. Turn the lights down low and turn on your Himalayan salt lamp. Que up your favorite music playlist and chill.
Make your bathroom a sanctuary of shalom (peace). The Epsom salt will help promote detoxing while the almond oil softens the skin. Meditate on some Scriptures for anxiety relief for the ultimate in physical and spiritual relaxation.
Make This Relaxing DIY Essential Oil Bath Bomb!
Once you know how to make bath bombs with essential oils, you can customize them to your liking! Add your favorite essential oils to complete the tranquility feeling. Spice up the colors to match the decor in your bathroom. So many options to play around with. These also make the best gift for someone you love!
- Mix dry ingredients in a large bowl with a whisk
- Add almond oil and essential oils and gently mix by hand. If you have sensitive skin, wear gloves during this step. Choose essential oils that are calming such as lavender, vetiver, or cedarwood.*
- Once combined, lightly mist with water and mix. Do not add too much water all at once. This step will be done several times until mixture gets to a molding consistency.
- Stop when the mixture holds together.
- Now time to add some color. Depending on how many colors you wish to use, separate mixture into separate smaller bowls. Start with 5 drops of color, and more as needed.
- Spray a little mist again to ensure hold.
- Overfill each side of your molds. This is the fun part! Get creative and mix some colors.
- Now press your molds together until you hear a click.
- Remove from mold and let set overnight before use.
- Store in airtight container for up to two weeks.
- Now time for a bath! <3
*Some essential oils are hot and would not be suitable for application on the skin like this, such as cinnamon or wintergreen. Others such as lemongrass have a lower dermal limit so you'd want more dilution than 45 drops in 5 T carrier oil. Also remember when using an essential oil that causes photosensitivity you should avoid being outdoors in sunlight for the next day.
Safety & Drug Interactions
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Some essential oils can have medication, medical condition, or even age-related contraindications. Check with the appropriate resources to determine if particular essential oils are suited for your health status before implementing the recommendations on this site. If you are not sure if something is appropriate for you, we suggest working with a qualified aromatherapist to help determine your needs in this area.
As with as medicine and natural therapies, this is only a guide and be sure to discontinue use if any adverse reactions occur and consult your physician immediately.
In the meantime, be sure that you are always diluting your essential oils the right way!
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