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A mason jar filled with a pale green salt that has green flecks of pine needles throughout.
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Homemade Citrus Cedar Bath Salt

This DIY Citrus and Cedar Bath Salt is easy to make, and smells amazing - woodsy, earthy, with a touch of citrus brightness.
Prep Time5 mins
Total Time5 mins
Keyword: Bath Products, Citrus Cedar Bath Salt, DIY, DIY Cedar Bath Salt, DIY Pine Bath, DIY PIne Bath Salts, Homemade Milk Bath, Homemade Pine Needle Bath, Hops, malt extract, PIne Bath Salts, Pine Nneedles
Servings: 3 cups
Author: Marie Porter
Cost: $5

Equipment

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

Ingredients

Instructions

  • Measure the dried pine needles into a spice grinder or small food processor, process until it's a fairly fine powder.
    A small vessel with finely ground pine needles in it.
  • Measure your Epsom salt , baking soda, and pine needles into your plastic baggie, along with colouring if you're using it
    A plastic baggie with salt, pine needles, baking soda, and drops of green and orange visible in it.
  • Use an eye dropper to measure your essential oil into the ingredients baggie.
  • Press most of the air out of the bag, and close the zipper on it.
    A large plastic baggie filled with a pale green salt that has green flecks of pine needles throughout.
  • Manually crush any clumps in the salt, and work to combine the ingredients.
    A large plastic baggie filled with a pale green salt that has green flecks of pine needles throughout. It is standing open.
  • Transfer mixture to an airtight container, or measure into bath tea bags.
    A mason jar filled with a pale green salt that has green flecks of pine needles throughout.
  • To use, measure 1 cup of Citrus Cedar Bath Salts into a hot running bath, or toss one bath tea bag in.