Floral Bath Soak - DIY Recipe to Soothe & Relax After a Stressful Day

Need to destress? What better way is there to unwind from a hectic week then to make yourself up a floral bath soak with relaxing salts, oils and flowers? Let the hot water and magic do it's trick, and let yourself relax! Our Floral Bath Soak Recipe zeros in on ingredients that work to naturally tell your body to "slow it down."

From Epson Salts, which reduce soreness and relax muscles, to the soothing smell of botanical essential oils like Jasmine, this soak is loaded with some of the best ingredients for decompressing after that long, hard day.

Feel free to add a little splash of whatever else suits your needs. And while you're at it, if you're hair needs a little conditioning treatment, throw on our Coconut Cream & Honey Hair Mask Recipe while you're in for your soak. Just rinse and shampoo when you're done. Or how about taking care of your eyelashes? Applying a thin coat of Castor Oil helps to nourish, strengthen and promotes growth.




4 1/2 oz Dead Sea Salt
3 oz Epsom Salt

15 drops Lavender Essential Oil (if you don’t like Lavender you may use Rose or Neroli Oil instead, for a more sensual soak)
15 drops of Jasmine Essential Oil
1 heaping Tbsp of dried Lavender
1 heaping Tbsp of dried Chamomile
2 Tbsp of Rose Petals


  1. In a glass bowl mix together the salts. Add the essentials oils and stir until well distributed. Use a spoon to stir. If you want to use your hands, gloves are recommended, as the salt may remove nail polish
  2. Add the flowers and mix well. Spoon into a glass 8oz jar.
  3. When you are ready to use it, fill a small fabric bag about 3/4 of the way full, and throw it in the tub prior to running the bath. When you run the bath, let the hot water run over the bag to allow the ingredients to release more quickly. 

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