Gather supplies (try to do this ahead of time in order to make everything move quickly and smoothly) and lay out mixing bowls and spoons.
Place 11 ounces (1 1/3 cups) Epsom salts in one bowl and 2 tablespoons in another bowl.
Add 4 ounces (1/2 cup) sea salt to the first bowl with the larger amount of Epsom salts
In a small bowl mix 1 tablespoon coconut oil, 10 drops lavender essential oil. Add this to the first bowl with the Epsom salts and sea salt. Stir to combine.
Place this mixture in the plastic jar and label: Lavender Bath Soak
Include these instructions: pour entire contents of jar into a warm bath as it is filling with water.To relax and soothe tired muscles, soak for at least 15 minutes.One product complete!
To the other bowl containing Epsom salt, add 1/4 cup dried rose petals and 1/3 cup dried chamomile flowers.
Stir to combine. This mix will need to be added to a muslin bag and floated in the tub to avoid clogging the drain. You may add the mixture to a muslin bag now, or place in a clear jar and include the bag along with it giving specific instructions that the mixture should be added to the bag before use.Product two complete!
Now we will make the soothing oat bath.
In a coffee grinder, place 1/4 cup oats, 1/4 cup sunflower seeds, and 2 tablespoons lavender flowers.
Pulse the grinder a few times until a mixture becomes a fine powder.
Pour mixture into a a muslin tea bag and include the following instructions:This Nourishing Oatmeal & Lavender Bath is intended for one-time use.To use: place bag in tub as it fills with water. Once tub is full, allow bag to float. Soak in the tub for at least 20 minutes. May use bag as a type of scrubbing sponge as you bathe.
Third product complete!
Step sixTime to make the final product: Body Oil
Pour oil into designated bottle and add 6 drops of lavender essential oil.
Replace cap and close tightly. Shake to combine.
Add a label. Include instructions: use all over the body after a bath or shower to nourish and moisturize the skin.You're done!
Place all jars and muslin bags in a pretty basket or box. Be sure instructions are included.
Recipe by Keeper of the Home at https://keeperofthehome.org/make-diy-bath-body-gift-basket-30-minutes-less/