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Teen Queen Bath Syrup Recipe

18 grams Turkey Red oil (sulfonated castor oil)
6 grams vegetable glycerin
2 grams jojoba oil
2 drops vanilla essential oil
2 drops sweet orange essential oil
2 drops lemon essential oil
2 drops lemongrass essential oil
2 drops lime essential oil
2 drops tea tree essential oil
2 drops ylang ylang essential oil

Measure the Turkey Red oil into a glass bottle. Add the vegetable glycerin, jojoba oil and lavender tincture. Cap and shake gently to mix.

Add the essential oil last and cap. Shake gently again to mix. Allow Lavender Bath Syrup to sit for at least a week before using. This will allow the ingredients to mellow together. Shake well before pouring into a drawn bath. Slink in, close your eyes and enjoy!!

In addition to a bath syrup, this product can be used in a variety of other ways. Add 1-2 drops to a basin of warm water and use as a facial splash. Add a few drops to a hot compress and apply to the back of your neck or the forehead for soothing, calming results.

Yield: 1 ounce (2 applications for a standard sized tub)

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Bath and Body Tip #8

Very hot water can cause dizziness particularly if you have low or high blood pressure.


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