Lavender Bath Salts

Photo by: EDDY CHEN

EDDY CHEN

On Good to Know, Laurie March shares her most clever home hacks, like how to make your guest room feel like a 5-star hotel with a few simple upgrades. Some of her ideas? Swap out sheets for clean white linens, place a stack of magazines on the bedside table and turn your bathroom into a spa with these easy homemade bath salts.

Yield: 1 jar bath salts
Prep Time: 15 minutes
Active Time: 15 minutes
Total Time: 15 minutes
Ease of preparation: easy

INGREDIENTS

1 cup Epsom or Dead Sea salt
1/4 cup macadamia nut oil
3 to 5 drops lavender essential oil
Dried lavender

Special equipment: 1 large mason jar and ribbons

DIRECTIONS

Mix the salt and oil together. Add a few drops of the lavender essential oil. Layer it in with some dried lavender. Top it all off with a bow and you're set!

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