Homemade bath gifts, including homemade bath products are a fun, affordable way to treat yourself to luxurious bath products at a fraction of the cost. Homemade bath care is just plain fun. There is no greater luxury than using these deliciously scented bath products and no greater satisfaction than knowing you made them yourself.
Better still, these gifts can be made and sold in a home business. Try these recipes. Experiment with your own essential oils and scents.
Then if the entrepreneurial spirit strikes, make pretty packaging and take these homemade bath gifts to your local farmer's market for a fun part-time income.
Bath powders are a delightful way of scenting your body after a bath or shower. I have two homemade bath gifts recipes here – an invigorating powder to get you going in the morning and a calming, soothing recipe to help you relax and get a great night's sleep.
The rosemary essential oil will clear your mind, improve your memory and fill you with energy.
Use this homemade bath care powder in the morning, after taking a bath or shower. You'll be pumped for the day.
These homemade bath gifts are an excellent choice for the mom who is filling stressed out. (Looking for rosemary essential oil? Find it here.)
Allow the powder to settle and then spoon the mixture into a clean, dry container. Allow the powder to settle for two weeks before using.
Ylang-Ylang essential oil is good for releasing anger and helping you relax.
This homemade bath care powder is great for those who like to take a bath before bedtime. (Looking for ylang-ylang oil? Find it here.)
Place the rice flour, cornstarch and essential oil in a food processor and blend for one minute, allowing all the ingredients to blend thoroughly. Allow the powder to settle and then spoon the mixture into a clean, dry container. Allow the powder to settle for two weeks before using.
Gifts like these two homemade bath care recipes are good for relaxation and for easing aches and pains.
Use this wonderful oil on a loved one suffering from aches and pains from a hard day's work. Clary sage essential oil is not only good at easing pain, it also helps with insomnia and is uplifting.
Be sure to avoid alcohol for an hour before and after using this massage oil. (Looking for clary sage essential oil? Find it here.)
Mix well. Let this oil sit for a few days to make certain the essential oil has been evenly distributed. Massage it onto sore muscles and enjoy!
This wonderful oil will leave you relaxed and smelling wonderful.
Mix well, and then let the oil sit for a few days to make certain the essential oil has been evenly distributed.
Mix together 20 to 24 drops of your favorite essential oil with two ounces of any carrier oil, such as extra sweet almond or jojoba oil. Include a dry brush with the oils. Brush your skin softly, starting from your toes and working your way up.
Dry brushing helps to detox your body by cleaning out your lymphatic system and strengthening your immune system. It also removes dead skin and increases circulation. After dry brushing, apply your favorite bath oil and then soak in a warm tub. Your skin will feel soft and refreshed.
Consider some of these essential oils to make your bath oils: