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Lavender Bath RecipesThis is a page about lavender bath recipes. Lavender is known for its soothing qualities making it a natural herb to use in homemade bath products.

 

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Scented Bath Vinegar RecipeMix fresh herbs and flowers or essential oil with apple cider vinegar to make a scented vinegar bath recipe. It not only helps soften your skin it is relaxing after a long day.

 

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Homemade Foot Bath RecipesEnjoy a soothing foot bath that you can make yourself. Here is a great homemade foot bath recipe you can use anytime.

 

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Homemade Bath Oil BeadsAdding a scented oil to your bath can make it an even more relaxing experience. Making your own bath oil beads will ensure you have your favorite bath oils ready to use whenever you like. This is a page about homemade bath oil beads.

 

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Oatmeal Milk Bath RecipeThis relaxing bath additive is easy to make and can also be given as a gift. This page contains an oatmeal milk bath recipe.

 

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Scented Milk Bath RecipesStart with powdered milk and your favorite essential oil to make this luxurious bath time indulgence. This is a page about scented milk bath.

 

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Pampering Lemon Peppermint Bath Bombs - Supplies

Pampering Lemon Peppermint Bath BombsThese bath bombs combine two popular scents, citrusy lemon and relaxing peppermint. Make some of them for yourself and prepare to be pampered.

 

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Rejuvenating Orange Salt BathThis epsom salt and orange peel based bath salt recipe, will rejuvenate you, easing stress and minor aches and pains. This is a page about rejuvenating orange salt bath.

 

Lilac Bubble Bath

Lilac Bubble BathThis is a page about lilac bubble bath recipes. A relaxing bubble bath is a wonderful way to unwind after a busy day. Customize your bubble bath experience by making your own scented bubble bath just how you like it.

 

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Making Bath CookiesThis page is about making bath cookies. A recipe for one time cleaning bars to create a luxurious bathing experience.

 

Homemade Body Wash in a Bottle

Homemade Body Wash RecipesThis page contains homemade body wash recipes. Buying body wash at the store can get to be expensive.

 

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Homemade Bubble Bath RecipesThis is a page about homemade bubble bath. Whether is it for a relaxing moment of zen after a hard day's work or a fun tub for the kids, a bubble bath is always a joy. Rather than buying expensive products at the store, you can save money and create your own fragrances, by making your own.

 

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Inexpensive Relaxing BathSummer is coming, and, in most areas, hot, humid weather. To make your bath water feel silky and, somehow, cooler, add a small handful of baking soda as you run the water. You will feel cooler and more refreshed for hours, and your skin will feel silky soft.

 

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Soothing Herbal Bath TeaSimply blend in a large bowl. If desired, you can add drops of Essential Oil or Fragrance Oil, but it's not needed. This is a very aromatic bath tea.

 

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Bath Potpourri BagsFor each bag, combine equal parts dried chamomile, mint, and lavender. If you don't have access to muslin tea bags, cut squares of muslin and tie with jute or kite rope. Toss 1 or 2 bags into warm bath.

 

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Aphrodite Ocean BathMy daughters went to some sort of party (the pocketbook kind) and spent almost 50 dollars for this! I just stared at them.

 

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Minty Fresh Herb BathMix ingredients together then place in a mesh bag such as cheesecloth. Place under hot running bath water. Sit back and enjoy.

 

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Basic Bath OilTo make a basic bath oil, you'll need 2 ounces carrier oil such as sweet almond and 15-20 drops of your own blend of essential oils.

 

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Scented Bath SaltsMix all together and put into jars and use.

 

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Oatmeal Wash BagWhy pay for expensive creams and washes to exfoliate your skin when you can make your own wash bag to help remove the dry skin?

 

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Use Dry Milk For Drinking And BathingUse Dry Milk For Drinking And Bathing. There are many times I have made a trip to the grocery store to pick up milk, which today ends up costing even more due to higher gasoline prices, so I now purchase the store brand of dry milk to have on hand. Since doing this, it has saved me making a trip to the grocery to get milk.

 

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Bath Powder Recipe?I am looking for a "make your own" recipe for scented bath powder. What are the ingredients in baby powder to make your own?

 

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Make Your Own Bath OilsHere's a cool link with some recipes for making your own bath oils:...

 

Invigorating Bath Salts

Invigorating Bath SaltsThese quick bath salts are easy to make and even easier to customize. The Epsom salt soothes your body while the fragrances sooth your nerves.

 

Mother's Day Bath Salts

Craft Project: Mother's Day Bath SaltsShow Mom how much you appreciate her by giving her some homemade bath salt for Mother's Day.

 

Pampering Lemon Peppermint Bath Bombs - Supplies

Pampering Lemon Peppermint Bath BombsThese bath bombs combine the refreshing scent of lemon with the relaxing scent of peppermint to create a bath bomb that will knock the socks off the ones you buy at the mall. With an infusion of oil and sea salt in them, your skin will feel like it has spent the day at the spa.

 

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Homemade Bath Bombs Won't Harden?I am having troubles getting my bath bombs to harden. I have tried 3 different recipes and STILL my bath bombs crumble when I pick them up. I am using "fruit fresh" as the citric acid. I read you can use this.

 

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Body Scrub Recipes?Using all those sticky or expensive ingredients for a facial scrub or body stimulator are unnecessary. No need to make special purchases of sea salt, honey, sugar and/or olive oil to do the best job. Trust yourself!

 

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Homemade Bath Bombs Do Not Fizz?Hi again. Well I made the homemade bath bombs, but they are not fizzy. Here are the ingredients I used: 1 part citric acid, 2 parts bicarbonate of soda, colour, and essential oil (a few drops), also 1 part Epsom salts.

 

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Homemade Bath and Beauty Recipes?Buttermilk Bath: This gentle bath will leave your skin soft and silky. Buttermilk is high in fat and lactic acid, and both help soften and hydrate skin. Make an extra portion of this because people of all ages can benefit from this rich, relaxing natural bath.

 

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Drying Bath Bombs?Can I put my bath bombs in the oven to speed up the drying process? What temperature would I use? How long?

 

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Making Bath Bombs?How do I make bath bombs?

 

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