Easter Bath Soak Recipe

Easter is upon us! This year why not change it up a bit and fill your baskets with a little less candy and a little more homemade goodness? These adorable carrot bath soaks are simple and fun and add a great pop of color to your holiday gifts! Your kids will love bath time in a tub full of colorful water and fruity fragrance!

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You’ll need:

Epsom Salt

Fragrance Oil

Mica Powder

Clear Cone Cello Bags (you can find these at any craft store)

Green Raffia Ribbon

Gift Tags

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Since this bath soak is geared towards kids, I used fresh, fruity fragrances to compliment the bright orange color. You can use one oil or a mixture of two for a wonderful scented bath!

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To 3 cups of Epsom salt, I blended in a pinch of red mica powder and a pinch of yellow mica powder to make a nice orange. You can add as you go until you reach your perfect orange color. For bath soaks, stick to mica powders or liquid soap colors for the best results.

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Next, stir in your fragrance. I used 1 TBS of each of the fragrance oils pictured above and the result smells fantastic! So fruity and tropical!

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To package up your bath soaks, simply fill each cone bag leaving roughly 2 inches of space at the top.

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Tuck several pieces of the green raffia ribbon (long enough to stick out of the top of each bag) into the top of each bag and tightly secure with a piece of ribbon or a twist tie.

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Add a cute gift tag and you’re done!

How easy was that?!

To use: Add ½ of the contents of each bath soak to warm water and enjoy!

Happy Easter!

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2 thoughts on “Easter Bath Soak Recipe

    1. Glad you like it; it will not stain the skin, provided that a very small amount (around 0.01 oz to 3-5 pounds of base) is used. Hope this helps!

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