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Close up view of a glass jar with ivory coloured powder in it. There is a small wooden scoop in it, and green hops behind it.
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Homemade Hop Bath Salt

Resorts around the world offer "hopped up" spa experiences... but you can do the same at home, with this Homemade Hop Spa Bath Salt!
Prep Time5 mins
Total Time5 mins
Keyword: Bath Products, Bath Salt, DIY, DIY Bath Salt, DIY Hop Bath, DIY Hop Bath Salt, Hedonistic Hops Book, Homemade Bath Salt, Hop Bath, Hop Bath Salt, Hop Spa, Hops
Yield: 2 cups
Author: Marie Porter
Cost: $3

Equipment

  • Spice Grinder
  • 1 Gallon Zipper Bags
  • Eye Droppers
  • Bath Tea Bags, optional

Materials

Instructions

  • Measure the hops into a spice grinder or small food processor, process until it's a finer grind - you can leave them fairly rough, or bring it down to a powder.
  • Measure your Epsom salt and baking soda into your plastic baggie. Add the hops to the bag , as well as colouring if you're using it.
    Close up view of a plastic baggie with powders in it, to make Hop Spa products
  • Use an eye dropper to measure your essential oil into the bag of ingredients
  • Press most of the air out of the bag, and close the zipper on it.
  • Manually crush any clumps in the salt, and work to combine the ingredients.
    Close up view of a plastic baggie with powders in it, to make Hop Spa products
  • Transfer mixture to an airtight container, or measure into bath tea bags - 1 cup per bag. Filled bath tea bags should also be stored in airtight containers.
    Close up view of a glass jar with powders in it, to make Hop Spa products
  • To use, measure 1 cup of Homemade Hop Bath Salt - or throw one bath tea bag - into a hot running bath. Rinse after use