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Easy Valley Blossom Bath Salt Recipe

1 cup liquid Ivory soap
2 tablespoons of Olive Oil or Grapeseed Oil
2 drops of food coloring, one blue, one red.
9 cups of Sea or Epsom Salt
20 drops of Orchid Fragrance Oil
8 drops of Vanilla Extract
4 drops of Chamomile Essential Oil

Firstly you should mix together the soap, salts and oil in a bowl. Second you will add coloring to fragrance in another bowl, mix them well. You can use more food coloring if you like a richer color. Add color to the salt mixture and stir very well until even colored and scented. Allow salts to sit in the bowl for about 5 hours for the soap and the fragrance to disperse for the best results.
After this you can place them in jars with turn fastening tops or cork seals. Make sure the seal is air tight to keep the salts fresh. You can add a teaspoon of glycerine if you live in a very humid area to stop clumping.

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