Try this DIY orange bath salts recipe if store-bought bath soaks are too expensive.
This DIY citrus bath salt recipe is easy to make.
And the best part is that you can customize it to your liking.
So feel free to substitute the ingredients with ones you’re comfortable with.
Also, if you are looking for affordable handmade gifts, try bath salts, sugar scrubs, or even homemade sugar wax.
Let’s make a simple orange bath salt you can soak yourself in tonight.
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How To Make DIY Orange Bath Salts At Home
- Grate around the orange to get the zest.
- Repeat the same method to extract the lemon zest too.
- Then mix the Epsom salt, citrus zest, and eucalyptus oil together in a bowl.
- When all the ingredients are well combined, transfer into a glass jar and place the lid.
- Store this homemade citrus bath salt in your bathroom or refrigerator.
- Or decorate the jar and give it as a gift for Fall!
Note: This bath salt would not stay fresh for a long time. The salts would absorb moisture from the orange and lemon peel and dry them up.
To prevent this from happening, you can either use up your bath salt within a short time of preparation or make a single-use batch.
How to use your handmade orange bath salts
Add this salt to your regular bath water and soak yourself in it.
Here are some other ways you can use this citrus bath salt.
- To soak your tired feet or as part of your at-home pedicure.
- Use it as a foot scrub or whole-body exfoliation after taking a shower.
After using this bath salt, make sure to moisturize your skin immediately to prevent drying.
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There you go! Citrus DIY bath salts with eucalyptus oil for stress relief or body exfoliation.
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