Homemade bath salts cleanse, exfoliate and soften skin! Relieve sore muscles and joints. Detoxify the body! They're great for dry itchy skin, flaky skin and more! They may have a natural fragrances or be unscented. Avoid harsh, manufactured, chemicals in commercial bath salts. The bathing experience should be pleasurable. Use natural bath products for healthier skin.
BEST HOMEMADE BATH SALT INGREDIENTS
-- Dead Sea salt has highly concentrated minerals, more than anywhere else on Earth! It's rich in calcium chloride, potassium, bromides and magnesium. It has a high mineral content, of any salt, found on the market.
-- Sea Salt has more than one hundred minerals. Just about every mineral on Earth is found in sea salt! Find certified, authentic, Dead Sea salts. There are imitations on the market, today. Cleopatra bathed in the Dead Sea. This may explain her beauty secrets!
Soaking in a tub of water with sea salts, combined with MSM (methlysolfonylmethane) powder allows a process of osmosis to facilitate the exchange of toxins from inside the body for minerals dissolved in the water. Detoxify your body with homemade bath salts! Four times distilled MSM is superior to crystallized MSM.
-- Natural goat milk provides luxurious skin softening properties. Your skin will feel so soothed and soft. It has natural vitamins A, B, C, D, E and K!
-- Epsom salts soothe sore muscles, aches and pains.
-- Cornstarch absorbs excess moisture. It provides temporary relief from chicken pox to poison ivy. For mild irritations, it's an alternative to talcum powder.
-- Baking soda has a fine gritty texture. It's a gentle exfoliant. It helps even skin tone and prevent build-up, of clogged pores, causing acne.
-- Fragrances: Roses, Raspberries, Lavendar, Apple, Herbal, Lemon. Combine fragrances or use alone. Receive aromatherapy benefits. Uplift mind/body/spirit.
HOMEMADE BATH SALT RECIPE: (with MSM Benefits)
by Spencer's Farm - (Makes 12 - 13 cups)
1 - 2 cups -- MSM Powder
1 cup -- Sea Salts or Dead Sea Salts
4 cups -- Goat Milk Powder
2 cups -- Epsom Salts
2 cups -- Cornstarch
2 cups -- Baking Soda
20 - 30 -- Essential Fragrance Oil
DIRECTIONS: Mix ingredients together. Use 2 tablespoons per full bath of water. For unscented bath salts leave out the essential fragrance oil.
Store homemade bath salts in an air tight container. Since salt does not go bad, everything in this recipe will last, virtually, forever until it gets wet. Do not store as wet bath salts, since the goat milk will go bad.