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Lavender & Rose Bath Tea

One of the hugest trends right now is bath tea. It’s a great way to enjoy a floral, wonderfully relaxing bath without all of the unnatural elements of a bubble bath. 

For some luxurious self-care, follow this recipe and add in your own flair to make a beautiful, calming bath experience. 

What You’ll Need

-1/2 cup baking soda

-1/2 cup Epsom Salt

-2 tbsp dried rose petals and buds

-2 tbsp dried lavender buds

-8-10 drops of Lavender Essential Oil

Organza or bath tea bags

Jar and lid for storage if desired. 

Mixing spoon or utensil.

Instructions

In a medium-large size mixing bowl, combine the dry ingredients (baking soda, salt, rose, and lavender flowers). Carefully drop in the desired amount of essential oil and stir gently. Pour mixture into jar and seal. Label if desired. 

Use

With a measuring spoon or by the pouring method, fill a bag with the bath tea mixture in desired quantity. Run water and fill tub. When tub is sufficiently warm and filled, drop tea into bath still in its bag. 

When finished, remove bag and pour out contents into trash. Rinse bag and reuse as needed. 

Tips

Keeping the mixture in a bag prevents the flowers from going all over in the tub and enables an easy clean-up after. 

Customize your bath tea as you wish! Switch out the roses for jasmine and make a Lavender Jasmine Bath Tea. Get rid of the lavender and substitute it for rose for a Jasmine Rose tea. The possibilities are endless. 

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As with all products, users should test a small amount prior to normal extended use. If pregnant or suffering from illness, consult a doctor before use. 

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