Gingerbread Bath Salt

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Gingerbread Bath Salt

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 Gingerbread Bath Salt

Gingerbread Bath Salt is the perfect gift giving idea and you can change the recipe to fit any smell you wish easily. The ingredients will cost you less than $10 and you will get some great gifts! A lot of these items I keep on hand so it doesn’t cost me any more to make them which is always a plus.

For the Gingerbread Bath Salt you only need 5 ingredients, a bowl to mix in, and a container(s) to store it in. Depending on how many gifts you are making.


Ingredients:

2 cups Epsom salt

1 Cup Sea Salt
1 tsp Cinnamon
2 tsp. Ground Ginger
1 tsp. Ground Nutmeg

*You can add more or less of the spices to achieve a scent that you enjoy.

In a large bowl combine all of the ingredients, making sure to remove all lumps that may form.

Pour mixture into a clean, dry sealable container.

Will last up to 6 months in a sealed container.

 Gingerbread Salt

You can even print these super cute labels out for your jars so that way they are even more personalized. We just use pint sized jars when we give bath salts out, but tie a bow around it to make it more fun.

Gingerbread Bath Salt

To Use:

Add 2-3 tbsp of salt to warm bath and enjoy! You skin is left very soft and the smell is amazing!! Towel dry and enjoy the silky soft skin left behind after just one use of Gingerbread Bath Salts.

Be sure to check out the Peppermint Sugar Scrub to add to your gift giving rotation.


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I have not heard of gingerbread bath salts before. This recipe sounds great. Great gift idea. Thank you so much for sharing

The Gingerbread Bath Salts sound like the perfect gift to make for my friends and family for Christmas. Thanks for sharing.

Saved to pinterest I will be making these for holiday gifts thank you so much :)!!!!!!!

If you use Mediterranean salt it comes like that gravelly looking.

it looks wet – did you use an oil of some sort to bring it together (not in ingredients list). I think that i used fine table salt rather than chunkier salt which is probably why the size of crystals are different 🙂

Hi, thanks for posting. Just wondering how you got it to be that colour and that size crystals? Mine stayed pretty white and the size of the fine epsom salts.
Cheers

Are you using essential oils or actual seasonings?

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