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Organic rose petals are an amazing addition to your favorite DIY essential oil-infused creations such as hot tea, face masks, and of course, detox baths. Healing bentonite clay is also a wonderful addition to detox bath salts to increase the therapeutic and cleansing benefits.
I hope you enjoy this detox recipe as much as I do, and remember, this DIY is perfect for gifting, self care, or adding a touch of beauty to your bathroom.
• Geranium Essential Oil
• Frankincense Essential Oil
• Epsom Salt
• Bentonite Clay
• Baking Soda (optional)
If you don't have those essential oils on hand, some other excellent options to choose from are Young Living’s proprietary Seed to Seal Premium blends Stress Away, Lavender, or Valor essential oil. It's totally okay to change it up to fit your desires. My rule of thumb is: the best oil to use is the oil you have.
1) Pour Epsom salts into a medium-sized bowl. (Pro-tip: Choose a glass or wooden bowl/spoon, not metal.)
2) Add essential oils to the bowl. I recommend 3-4 drops of oil per cup of Epsom salts.
3) Mix in bentonite clay. (Use ¼ cup of bentonite clay per cup of epsom salt.)
4) Sprinkle in organic food-grade rose petals.
5) Mix all ingredients together until blended well.
6) Use 1 T. - 1/2 cup in a bath and store the remainder in a pretty jar.
7) Fill your tub as hot as you can tolerate, add detox bath salts, and soak for at least 20 minutes.
8) Enjoy a large glass of water before and after a detox bath to make sure you stay hydrated.
*This is not a medical recommendation. Consult your doctor if you have a medical condition before taking a detox bath.
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