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    • Margarita Bath Salts

      Suddenly a margarita in the middle of the day doesn't sound so bad! Here's a lovely refreshing recipe for some Margarita scented bath salts to soak your worries away.

      1 cup Epsom salts
      4-5 drops green food coloring
      10 drops lime essential oil

      Combine Epsom salts, coloring and essential oil until thoroughly blended. Seal in a small glass jar and allow to set for several days. Pour into decorative jars or store in plastic bags.

      Add margarita bath salts into warm or hot running bath water, soak liberally.


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