Top 10 DIY Scented Bath Salts as Mason Jar Gift

Sometimes picking the right gift can be such a big deal. We all have at least one friend that we are clueless about when it comes to gifts. But, there is a solution to that as well, especially if you like DIY projects. In this case, one of the things that you can prepare as a gift is bath salts.

Everyone will surely like these tiny pieces that lead us to beautiful relaxation and have the most amazing scents. So, when in doubt, don’t hesitate to follow few instructions and, with a bow or two, make a wonderful DIY mason jar gift for your close one.

1. Vanilla Rose Petals Bath Salts

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The amazing vanilla scent can be found everywhere: in cakes, perfumes, candles, and this case, in bath salts. So, if you or your close one like the vanilla scent, then go ahead for this one. Plus, the bath salts also have some rose petals as well. You only need one cup of Epsom salt, petals from one rose, and a couple of drops of vanilla fragrance oil. Just put everything together in a food processor for a few minutes and done! You can mix petals with different colors, which will make your bath salts colorful.

2. Strawberry Bath Salts

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Every strawberry fan would love to try these bath salts. What’s better than having a warm bath with an amazing scent that reminds us of summer? Cold, rainy days won’t feel so bad with such a bath. To prepare them, you need Epsom salt, strawberry fragrance oil, and red food coloring, which is optional. Place the bath salts into a jar and carefully add the scent; a few drops are enough for one jar. After this, your gift is almost ready. Just decorate it a little, and you are all done.

3. Pumpkin Spice Bath Salts

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Pumpkins are one of the things that really remind me of Autumn. No wonder that with Autumn at the moment, everything seems to be about pumpkin. Food, decorations, so why not bath salts as well? For this one, you need pumpkin spice fragrance oil, salts and to get the orange food coloring, you’ll need to mix few drops of red and yellow food coloring. With a gift like this one, everyone whose birthday is during this warm – coloured season is definitely going to approve the gift!

4. Essential Oils Bath Salts

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These bath salts don’t contain any food coloring, but that doesn’t make them anything less than the others on the list. You need sea salt, Epsom salt, lavender essential oil, peace & calming essential oil, and peppermint essential oil. Just combine one cup of sea salt with one cup of Epsom salt, 1/2 teaspoon of lavender, and peace & calming essential oil, while from the peppermint one, you need four. Combine all of them and mix thoroughly.

5. Candy Cane and Lime Swirl Bath Salts

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Aren’t these bath salts looking oh so good that you simply can not resist them? If yes, here’s what you need to do. For the Candy Cane, make sure you buy the appropriate food coloring, mostly the color red. For the Lime Swirl, you need yellow and green food coloring. Besides that, you need two cups of Epsom salt, two cups of sea salt, and all-natural peppermint essential oil for the Candy Cane, while for the Lime Swirl, you need all-natural lime essential oil. And a mason jar for each bath salts type!

6. Lavender Bath Salts

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Lavender is famous for the relaxing and anti-stress properties that it has, so including it in your bath salts can be one of the best things you can do to relieve stress. Like the others on the list, these bath salts also include Epsom salts, an essential oil (lavender in this case), red and blue food coloring, and a glass jar with a lid. If you want to make your bath a more relaxing experience, you can even light few candles with your favorite scent. Enjoy!

7. Lavender Rosemary Bath Salts

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If you really like lavender, then trying the bath salts that include rosemary as well can really be your thing. Again, this as well means using Epsom and sea salt. These two aren’t used for nothing. They really have their benefits. For example, the Epsom salt eases the stress and relaxes the body, while the sea salt calms the nerves and slows skin aging. For the lavender rosemary bath salts, you also need baking soda, dried lavender flowers, dried rosemary sprigs, lavender essential oil, and food coloring.

8. Lemon Bath Salts

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For these bath salts, you only need two ingredients: Epsom salt and lemon essential oil. It means not spending much money and still having something wonderful to present as a gift. Living in such a dynamic world really requires some relaxing sessions only for ourselves. And, what’s better than relaxing with a warm, scented bath? Yes, it’s one of the few things that do magic on our nerves and mood!

9. Rose Petal Bath Salts

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Are you having roses at home who are about to lose their beauty? Then, don’t throw them away! What you can do with the lovely gentle petals is bath salts. That means you need one cup of dried rose petals, rose water or rose essential oil, Epsom salt, baking soda, and powdered milk. When you’ll put the bath salts in a cute, little mason jar and decorate it with a bow or ribbon, who can say “no” to such a gift?

10. Nighty Night Bath Salts

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You had a busy day, you’re tired, and all you want to do is relax. Reading a book won’t do, neither will watching your favorite TV show, so if you want something else that will do the trick, try these bath salts! Making them yourself is too easy and fun! At the end of the day, you can take a long, warm bath with an amazing scent, and if you play your favorite music in the background, relaxing time with bath salts might be your new favorite thing to do.

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