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Bridal Bath Salt Recipe

(in 4 layers ~ makes 16oz.)

-2 Cups Rock Salt
-1/2 Teaspoon of Each Fragrance Oil Rose, Sage, Lavender, Rosemary
-Food Color

Divide salt into four equal amounts, place each in a container with sealable lids. Thatís 1/2 cup in each container or for 8 ounces of bath salts use 1/4 cup in each container and half the amount of fragrance oil and food color.

Add 1/2 teaspoon Rose fragrance oil and 4 Drops of red food color (or you can leave it white), put lid on and shake well.

To the next one add 1/2 teaspoon Chamomile-Sage (or just sage if you have it) and 4 drops of green
and 2 drops of blue food color and shake.

To the third add 1/2 teaspoon Lavender fragrance oil, 3 drops of red and 4 drops of blue food color and shake well.

To the last container add 1/2 teaspoon Rosemary fragrance oil, 4-8 drops of green food color and shake.

On separate pieces of wax paper, spread out each color and air dry for several hours. When the salt is completely dry layer it in the container.

Rosemary ~ Lavender ~ Sage ~ Rose (on top)

To speed up the drying process you can put the wax paper on a cookie sheet and put it in the oven and let the pilot light work on it or for an electric oven, pre-heat at lowest temperature and turn off before putting salt in the
oven.

You have just made lovely layered bath salts that also has special meaning.

Red Rose - Means Unity
White Rose - Represents Pure Spiritual Love
Sage - Represents Good Health and Long Life
Lavender - Means Devotion
Rosemary - Lasting Friendship and Remembrance

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Bath and Body Tip #14

Bubble baths aren't just for kids. A nice, hot bath is a great way to relax and unwind.

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