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Lavender Basil Bath Soak

You are going to fall in love with this relaxing and therapeutic Lavender Basil Bath Soak as it can help push away the stresses of life.  Sounds too good to be true? It makes for a great gift idea.

Lavender Basil Bath Soak - Perfect for gift giving and relaxation!

Simply pop the hubby and the kids in front of a family show on T.V and take some me time.  Lavender is relaxing while Basil is a refreshing and stimulating scent, leaving you calm and energized all at once.

From the aromatherapy aspect to the moisturizing benefit of the coconut oil you will reach for this homemade bath soak time after time.  Epsom salt and baking soda are often used in bath soaks as a detox, they are fantastic for soothing sore muscles, and to flush out toxins.

Not only will you be glad you took a little me time your body will be happy you did too. Perfect after a long stressful day or when you are starting a workout routine!

Lavender Basil Bath Soak - 2

Ingredients:

10-15  drops Lavender Essential Oil

8-10 drops Basil Essential Oil

2  Tbsp. Dried Lavender flowers

½ cup Baking soda

2 cups Epsom Salts

½ cup Cornstarch

3 Tbsp. Coconut oil

Directions:

Combine all ingredients in a medium sized bowl until thoroughly mixed, working the coconut oil carefully throughout mixture.

Transfer to an airtight container.

To use: Pour about ¼ cup of bath soak under running water.

Soak in warm water for at least 20 minutes to get the full effects.

It is REALLY that EASY!

Lavender Basil Bath Soak - so easy to make and your body will thank you! It removes toxins and helps you relax after a long stressful day!

If you love this soak you will also love our Lavender and Basil Soap too!

Lavender Basil Soap is easy to make and perfect for gift giving. It has some amazing therapeutic benefits too!

Disclosure: We are NOT providing medical advice. Always consult your physician for medical treatment.  The advice shared in this page has not been evaluated by the FDA. The products and methods recommended are not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any illness or disease, nor is it intended to replace proper medical help.

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